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TW Staff
07-01-2004, 10:44 AM
Access from our home page or directly via
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Reviews/WN6195/WN6195Review.html

Thanks,
Chris, TW.

BreakPoint
07-01-2004, 11:00 AM
Chris,

Will TW also be putting out a review on the nSix-One Tour?

Thanks

tkoets
07-01-2004, 11:28 AM
Thanks for the review, TW! And cheer up, Granville. It's not too late to leave the "dark side" and return again to Wilson. It sounds to me like you couldn't ask for a better frame if it were custom made just for you.... It's okay, we'll understand. :wink:

TW Staff
07-01-2004, 11:43 AM
BreakPoint,
We are planning to review the nSix-One Tour. However, next up is the Volkl Tour 10 V-Engine Mid and Midplus. The nSix-one Tour should follow that.

Chris, TW.

SC in MA
07-01-2004, 03:33 PM
Many thanks to the TW Testers for the timely review. It's much appreciated.

To Chris at TW: Control is important to me. (I generally shy away from sticks that have too much power). Anyway, I string my HPS6.1 at 62, usually with basic Prince Syn Gut 16. I recently tried the Prince PolyGut 16 at 62. It was my first experience with Poly. I hated it until the strings loosened a bit after a couple sets and now it plays with unbelievable control and pop, to the point I'm now a Poly convert.

What Poly string and tension would you try with the nSixOne 95 to gain better control ?

TIA.

TW Staff
07-01-2004, 04:55 PM
SC in MA,
My favorite poly right now is Klip K-Boom 17. If I were to use that in the nSix-One 95 I'd start at 55lbs and move from there. If I were to stay with a multifilament or go to natty gut, I'd string around 60-62lbs. I would also make the move to a 16 gauge in the latter.

Chris, TW.

SC in MA
07-02-2004, 04:57 AM
Chris: Thanks very much for the additional info about the strings.

Also, thanks again to you and the other TW testers for the great review work you do. It's appreciated !