Chris - question about the C10 and Organix 10 (325)

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  1. SamSung

    SamSung New User

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    Chris,

    You've been hitting a lot with the C10 lately (like you said in your review) and you play-tested the Organix 10 (325). I was wondering how you thought the Organix compares to the C10. Is it more/less powerful, easier/harder to swing, more/less spin? Is the Organix as string sensitive as the C10 ?

    Thanks

    Sam
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    The Organix 10 has a more solid feel -- especially in the upper hoop. It feels modern in its response, whereas the C10 is silkier and more old school in its feel. I would say the Organix 10 is somewhere between a Wilson Six.One 95 and the C10 Pro with a little Tecnifibre 325 thrown in for good measure.

    Because of this, I don't find the Organix 10 as string sensitive.

    Chris, TW
     
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  3. SamSung

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    Chris,

    Thank you for that reply - it hit everything I was hoping to find out. My bro loves the incredibly stable response of the 6.1 95 racquets but struggles with the weight. He tried the C10, really liked it and was thinking of switching to it but wanted to see if there was anything a little less soft and with a little more pop. Kind of in between the two - solid, stable, good power but controllable. Sounds like the Organix 10 might be exactly what he's looking for

    Thanks again,

    Sam.
     
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  4. 1hbhBUX

    1hbhBUX Semi-Pro

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    Chris,

    I'm wondering how arm friendly the C10 Pro is with full poly at the higher tension. Since you've used some pretty flexible raquets in the past, with lower tensions, is this set-up harder on the joints?

    Thanks!
     
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    I've not had any comfort issues with it. Even with a firm poly around 55-57lbs, the C10 Pro is such a forgiving stick.

    Chris, TW
     
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  6. 1hbhBUX

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    Thanks. Good review.
     
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