Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 (3Hundred) Lite

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  1. elikatz

    elikatz New User

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    Hi all,

    not long ago I (re)started playing after long long year - I'm still a beginner and taking some lessons along with playing once a week with a friend.
    I've tried a few racquets till now (around 8) and the one I liked the most was Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 (3Hundred) Lite.
    I did a small search on the web and found it in quite a few places but all of them mentions head size of 98 - I'm now holding the racquet in my hand and it says head size 100.

    what am I missing?
    how good of a choice is that racquet regardless?

    Thanks,
    Eli
     
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  2. rev200g

    rev200g Rookie

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    I think the 98 square inch specification is for the "4D 300" and not the "4D 300 Lite".
     
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  3. Mig1NC

    Mig1NC Professional

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    Nice choice. I think that would be a good racquet to start with becuase the specs are very good as a starting point for customization.

    Later on as you grow your game and can handle more mass, you can add lead to increase weight for more plow though and make it more stable against heavy hitters.
     
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  4. TheBoom

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    It shouldn't matter 2 sq inches isn't super noticable especially around the 98-102 sq inch range
     
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  5. elikatz

    elikatz New User

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    thanks everyone - I think I'll try it again and than decide but looks like I'm going to go for that one (hopefully I won't have to get a new one too soon...:) )

    Mig1NC - how do I add weight as you described?
     
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  6. Mig1NC

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