Does Tennis Warehouse sell the new X-45 tennis racquet?

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  1. TommyGun

    TommyGun Semi-Pro

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    I just got my copy of the July Tennis Magazine and saw an ad in the back for a kinda cool racquet called X-45.

    Does Tennis Warehouse currently stock or sell these racquets?

    Will you be?

    Has anyone out there bought one or know where I can demo one?

    tnx,

    tg
     
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  2. PFurlong

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    Why, it's just another wierd thing that won't be around much longer, like Powerangle.
     
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  3. davidlachman

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    hmm...that racket is very weird looking, but looks familiar.
    X-45 has a website where you can buy these rackets, but I don't know of any place where you can demo them
    let me know if you find one
    dave
     
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  4. TW Staff

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    No plans at present to carry this racquet. If we receive numerous requests, we'll certainly reconsider. Don/Tennis Warehouse
     
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  5. stevewcosta

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    looks hideous.
     
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  6. Penny_Lane

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    Hello all:) ,
    We are based in Miami, FL our X-45’s geometric frame produces faster returns of +/-15% up to +/-30% from any conventional racquets, The principle of our technology, provides X-Triple-Axis-Performance™ the best and incomparable overall playing advantage in which our highest-sweet-spot, low-moment, high-swingweight, high coefficient of restitution (racquet bounce), maximum energy efficiency, low impact force, low work/torque, high-torsion-control, make it a true and complete tennis racquet free of body injuries available for all players in the market today meaning, HIGH-POWER AND SOLID-CONTROL all in one package.

    This year we will be showcasing at the 2011 Sony Ericsson Open, Any one making it to the open this year is more than welcome to stop by our booth and try us Out!
    If you are in South Florida area you are also more than welcome to stop by our office and try a demo out!! For more information contact us at
    http://x-45.com/
    Check us out on Facebook... http://www.facebook.com/album.php?p...gh-Performance-Tennis-Racquet/149760455068285
     
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  7. Kal-El 34

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    looks like an ergonom
     
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  8. ryushen21

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    Is Snauwert still around to sue? lol
     
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  9. Devilito

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    Would it be possible for a small company to come and make a PS85 knock-off by just changing something small? Not like Wilson would care since they gave up on that stick a long time ago.
     
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  10. SVP

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    They have a model that lists for $289.99. Makes the new Donnays look like a bargain.
     
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  11. TennisMaverick

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    Exactly. It's the old Snawaert!
     
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  12. SFrazeur

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    If TW stocks either of these X-45s and it qualifies for free 2nd day shipping then I will buy one.

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    -SF
     
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  13. sruckauf

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    shuddup it's revolutionary
     
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  14. TennisMaverick

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    Really....how does it differ in a revolutionary way from the Snawaert Ergonom from 1984?
     
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  15. sureshs

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    Anyone played with it?
     
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  16. aggietex08

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    I know you were joking but Master Craft X45's have monster wakes. I would take one too.
     
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  17. Zimtack

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    this looks like a bad bad idea
     
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  18. Zimtack

    Zimtack New User

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    who would shell out 270$ for a raquet like this??
     
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  19. sruckauf

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    :) Sorry man my comment was tongue in cheek.

    carry on..
     
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  20. sureshs

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    It is just a regular racquet which slept on the wrong side and now has a tilted neck
     
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  21. racquetfreak

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    actually - ergonom-2 vs ergonom-1
     
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  22. equinox

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    pro suppex had classic pro staff mold.

    x-45 sounds like the experimental plane.
     
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