babolat aero strike

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  1. bagung

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    anyone try the aero strike ?
     
  2. bagung

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    anyone out there?
     
  3. Punisha

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    no.......................
     
  4. Mr.Federer

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    You want an Aero Strike? Go to Canada...they have them here, but not in the usa...it's kinda strange.
     
  5. bounce-hit

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    Does anyone know the strung swingweight or stiffness rating for the Aero Strike?
     
  6. TEAM ZERO

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    Aero Strike

    Face-100 sq inch
    Length-27 inch
    Weight-275g
    Frame thickness-22-26 mm
    Balance-340mm
    Pattern-16x19
    Material-High Modulus Graphite
    Tension-55-59 pounds
     
  7. bismark

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    I saw this racquet when I was in Singapore last month. Head heavy and lightweight. I reckon it's more like an aerodynamic version of the Pure Drive Zylon 360. It also feels like one when I took a swing at it. You may consider it if you like the Zylon 360.
     
  8. bagung

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    i thought is exactly like aeropro drive, except for the lighter weight...????
     
  9. TEAM ZERO

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    Aero strike is an aero racquet made for beginners who cant fully swing the two other aeroz (control and drive). This racquet is suppose to allow beginners to get use to putting spin without too much strain.
     
  10. Mr.Federer

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    No, it's not made for beginners, but for competing juniors.
     
  11. bounce-hit

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    Thanks TZ. Do you know the strung swingweight and the stiffness? Is it head-heavy or head light - I don't know how to figure this out from the specs you gave.
     
  12. Mr.Federer

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    It's slightly head-light...there's a canadian site showing but I can't show the site...against TW policy...
     
  13. TEAM ZERO

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    Balance- 340mm (1 pt Head Light)
    Swing Weight- 290
    Stiffness- 70
     

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