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rorourboat320
04-26-2008, 06:16 PM
so i didn't really demo these racquets for too long but i will soon. i just wanted to see what other people have experienced with these racquets.

zak00716
04-26-2008, 06:23 PM
personally I like the K-Blade 98, I have never tried the K-tour though, but I used to use the k95 team which is the same as the ktour except a slightly different balance and stiffness

Nitro
04-26-2008, 06:23 PM
The kTour is a nice racquet, but if you like it, I would save $100 and get the nTour. The kTour is a great racquet if you want a racquet that isn't too heavy and provides a little power without overdoing it. The kBlade is also a nice racquet, but I just don't like the feel or the slightly larger headsize.

2ndserve642
04-26-2008, 06:28 PM
someone today just made the exact thread check it out
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=194138

Nitro
04-26-2008, 06:29 PM
I used to use the k95 team which is the same as the ktour except a slightly different balance and stiffness

That is completely incorrect. The K 6.1 95 team is a 16x18 while the kTour is 16x20, that in and of itself is a major difference. The k95 team is shorter, made of a different material and significantly less stiff than the kTour. When you consider the weight and balance differences, you cannot possibly think that the two are the same.

rorourboat320
04-26-2008, 06:57 PM
That is completely incorrect. The K 6.1 95 team is a 16x18 while the kTour is 16x20, that in and of itself is a major difference. The k95 team is shorter, made of a different material and significantly less stiff than the kTour. When you consider the weight and balance differences, you cannot possibly think that the two are the same.

yeaa i have the k6.1 team. i like it and all but after trying out those racquets for a couple of hours it seemed to have improved my game. i just wanted more feedback before i make my final decision

Nitro
04-26-2008, 07:03 PM
yeaa i have the k6.1 team. i like it and all but after trying out those racquets for a couple of hours it seemed to have improved my game. i just wanted more feedback before i make my final decision

In some respects, the ktour is a grown up version of the team. I hate the "whippy" feel of the team. Its like playing with a noodle.