Bolt and Bosworth Rackets

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by tennissl65, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. tennissl65

    tennissl65 New User

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    Has anyone used a bolt or bosworth racket? Any thoughts? Are they really that different?
     
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  2. vsbabolat

    vsbabolat Legend

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    Bolt is a rip-off of the Voelkl Catapult.
     
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  3. MNsilver

    MNsilver New User

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    BOLT v Catapult

    Actually it's the other way around. The Catapult is an inferior rip-off of Bolt's Zipstrip. The Catapult has a minimal structural capacity, not even close to the Zipstrip. It demonstrates Volkls limited vision of a great design that was presented to them in good faith.
     
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  4. MNsilver

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    There is no comparison between the BOLT and a Bosworth. They're two different animals. The BOLT has a spring suspension built-in to the string-bed so even the 10.5 oz. BOLT 100.light, is solid as a rock. Just get a demo and try it.
     
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  5. vsbabolat

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    Voelkl has been using Catapult on their racquets for 10 years now. So the owner of Bolt showed it to Voelkl Tennis? And what is your affiliation with Bolt? You are resurrecting old threads on Bolt.
     
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