Classic V1 MP vs Oranix V1 MP

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    May I know how do these two stack up to each other? Thanks TW!
     
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    They are very close in how they play and switching between the two is very, very easy. The Classic comes through with a tad more mass and plow through. It also has a solid, dampened feel whereas I find the Organix version to feel slightly crisper and more responsive. However, the differences are very slight and the racquets are close in how they perform.

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    Thanks Chris,

    Is Comfort very similar as well?
     
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    They are both very comfortable, smooth playing racquets. I rate them both highly for those seeking a forgiving and comfortable racquet.

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    Last question: how does the PowerBridge version stack up against these two? Which one is your favorite of the V1 lines?
     
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    I have not hit with the Powerbridge line in awhile (with the exception of the PB10 Mid which I hit occasionally.

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    I demoed the XV1 and liked it a lot, more control than the Babs, soft feel etc. However I ended up blindly buying the PB V1 at half the price. After the strings settled in, I cant tell a huge difference and so I purchased a second one. Unfortunately if you want them, you will have to go the used route.
     
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    Thank you both!
     
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