Brand Quality Control Competetion

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Brands

  1. Wilson-K90, K95

    3 vote(s)
    6.1%
  2. Babolat-Pure drive, storm, Aero pro drive (Cortex all)

    8 vote(s)
    16.3%
  3. Yonex-RDS-001, New RQS (If anyone has tried)

    38 vote(s)
    77.6%
  1. Roger_federer

    Roger_federer Semi-Pro

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    Out of these racquets/brands, which has the best quality control and build quality?
     
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  2. kirbster123

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    Other - Fischer is the best.
     
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  3. Voltron

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    Out of those, Yonex is the obvious winner, it's a pretty obvious choice.
     
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  4. Gantz

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    of course it's gotta be fischer.
     
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  5. bagung

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    no doubt about it.....YONEX..........
     
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  6. Noveson

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    Haha people actually chose Wilson and Babolat. That's quite hilarious. The smaller companies in my opinion produce higher quality racquets, such as Fischer, Yonex, Tecnifibre, and Dunlop(although Dunlop and Yonex aren't very small).
     
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  7. Voltron

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    ^^^

    How did you get the players deal BTW?
     
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  8. Keifers

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    Yonex and Fischer, no question.
     
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  9. snoflewis

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    you can never go wrong with japanese production....
     
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  10. Noveson

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    Filled out a form and sent them an email. A really great deal. If you want give me your email and I can give you all the information, and what to say and stuff like that.
     
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  11. Roger_federer

    Roger_federer Semi-Pro

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    Why is ur RDS 6 days old but in the trash? Broken? or you hate it?
     
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  12. Voltron

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    Sure, that would be great. My email is either voltron.ttw@gmail.com or the one through my profile, either one will work. Thank you :)
     
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  13. Noveson

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    Email sent Voltron.
     
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  14. Aeropro master

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    Fischer is te best because of No tolerance.
     
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  15. jonline

    jonline Semi-Pro

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    How about Fischer?
     
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  16. Gimpy

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    hey noveson could you send me the info also?
    gilmorefamily @ sbcglobal.net
     
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  17. Roger_federer

    Roger_federer Semi-Pro

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    What are the benefits of the player's deal?
     
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  18. equinox

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    The paintjob on my nCode racket sucks. It just flakes off for no reason.
     
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  19. Matt21

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    Noveson, please send the info to me @ matdt@yahoo.com. Thanks.
     
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