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Pui
09-26-2007, 10:16 PM
I'm a owner of Volkl DNX V1 MP and want to buy another spare racq. I don't sure that Boris Becker V1 which looked like the same spec as DNX V1, there's anything difference in the court. There's not demo program in my country. So I need some suggestion/comment from anyone that's experienced the two racq. for my decision which to buy.
Thanks for your kindness.




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AndrewD
09-27-2007, 08:08 AM
Pui,

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HappyLefty
09-27-2007, 09:36 AM
I'm a owner of Volkl DNX V1 MP and want to buy another spare racq. I don't sure that Boris Becker V1 which looked like the same spec as DNX V1, there's anything difference in the court. There's not demo program in my country. So I need some suggestion/comment from anyone that's experienced the two racq. for my decision which to buy.
Thanks for your kindness.


I was exactly in your same condition (no demo in my country and a DNX V1 user).
I read several tests from players in this forum, specially from NoBadMojo, who is a Volklīs specialist and fan (or maybe more than that ;) ).
Well, I already ordered this new stick and I feel extremely satisfied with this racquet. The most noticeable improved areas are comfort and stability.
Also, the paint job and its presentation, including the bag, is really nice.

Take a look at this threat:

http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=139297


My personal opinion: It deserves a change. :-)

tennisnj
09-27-2007, 06:01 PM
Dump the DNX V1 & dump them fast. Either go w/the Becker V1 or if you can find an old Quantum V1, that might be an even better choice. The DNX is far inferior than either of the other 2 racquets. At 1st, the extra weight in the Becker V1 might be a little noticable, but after hitting w/it now for 2 months, it has become my primary racquet.

PS---I also have the Mega bag & so far the zippers have lasted much longer than Volkl bags, but I've noticed the bottom of the bag has worn much more than Volkl bags.