An Equivalence to Wilson nCode nSix-One 95

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  1. zorg

    zorg Professional

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    I have the Wilson nCode nSix-One 95, and I love it. I am an all court player with a one handed backhand, and it works great, I love it for groundstrokes because it provides nice spin, and it is also great for volleys and serves. The only problem is that it is a little heavier than I would like, so I would like to find a racket that is similar but a little lighter. Is the Prince o3 Tour similar? Or maybe the o3 white? Feel free to tell me any racket that is similar, thanks.
     
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  2. iscottius

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    Zorg,
    the Slazenger x-1 is a lighter swinging ncode 6.1 95. It is the closest that you will find.

    S
     
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  3. NoBadMojo

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    I'll take a stab at this. The PK Ki5 reminded me of a sweeter playing n6.1 95 and i seem to recall it is easier to move..you may wish to check the specs and give it a spin. X1 is a good choiuce as well as iscottius sez.
     
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  4. iscottius

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    Ki5 is also a good recommendation, and if you go that route, try the original 5g, it is a little softer feeling and less expensive.
     
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  5. sureshs

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    Totally true.

    But if you start adding lead to the head to increase the power, you may be back to where you started. I am thinking of trying the other direction, from my beefed up X1 to the N95.
     
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  6. sureshs

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    Ki5 is very much more flexible. Feels very different from the X1.
     
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  7. Vamz

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    My doubles partner had this same problem, she switched to the Wilson nCode nTour MP. Balance is different, but it's light enough you can add weight to the point where you can make it a lighter version of your racquet.
     
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  8. DADYO

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    try the SixOne team, similar specs to the 95 just alot lighter.
     
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  9. louis netman

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    ......and it has margin to make it just the way you want it...
     
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