Aeropro Drive vs. NSurge?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by kreative, Mar 11, 2005.

  1. kreative

    kreative Professional

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    Curious to see the new battle between the Aeropro Drive and Nsurge. Any have input or comparisons between the 2? Heard alot of buzz initially about the NSurge which has since then subsided, and continue to hear good things about the APDrive. TIA
     
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  2. MarkOzi

    MarkOzi New User

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    AeroPro is most stiff comp. Surge. I think Aero (in fabric config of c.) is more friendly and more powered. And what is important: Aero is just for two-handed-backhand. Surge is for much better techn. players and ideal to one-handed-backhand.
     
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  3. prinz

    prinz Guest

    I did demo on both. I found surge to be too powerful.
    Really like the feel and control of the Aero Pro Drive
    so far. I'm going to play for couple more times before
    buying it though!!
     
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  4. monologuist

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    I've spent a good amount of time comparing these 2. Here is a brief side by side comparison :

    power : nSurge a little more
    control : n Surge a little more
    spin potential : Aeropro Drive
    touch/feel : nSurge
    stability : Aeropro drive
    maneuverability : nSurge
    comfort : Aeropro Drive
    serving/overheads : nSurge (both power and accuracy)
    sw or western forehand : Aeropro Drive
    eastern forehand : nSurge
    1 hh backhand : nSurge
    2 hh backhand : equal
    volleys/dropshots/slices : nSurge

    basically, for a sw or western grip baseline slugger, I'd recommend the Aeropro. For all-court or s&v , the nSurge , although it is more than adedquate as a baseline stick as well.
     
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