fischer no tolerance

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  1. [d]ragon

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    i;ve thought about it and checked TW. it only says that the racquets will match in weight but says nothing about swingweight, flex, ect. how good is fischer;s QC anyways?
     
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  2. PROTENNIS63

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    better than wilson for sure.
     
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  3. [K]Topspin

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    For me, there isn't nothing out there better than wilson, like it says above. But, fischer frames are out of this world, and are very unique in every aspect.
     
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  4. HeadPrestige

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    This is not a matter of opinion. We are not talking about what racket you like better but which company has better quality control. Wilson has the worst QC out there right now.
     
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  5. nickb

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    IMO Fischer quality control is the BEST...I have owned over 12 of the same racket and they were all within 2 grams of each other.

    Nick
     
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  6. 0d1n

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    You need to specify this was BEFORE the no tolerance policy/marketing spin ;).
    Had the same experience...Fischers are just well made, tight tolerance sticks...
    Deal with it Wilson fan boys :twisted:
     
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  7. Automatix

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    The beauty of Fischers No Tolerance is that it only had to tighten a bit their quality control... I don't own ANY Fischers but my friend is a loyal Fischer user, now has about 10 Fischers total (some are the same model, I think he had 2 black/red Pro No.1s dead on specs 330g unstrung! ) and the biggest difference was about 3-4g.

    But from my general experience (and my friends experience) Yonex has the best quality control however if I had to rate the QC of each company Yonex and Fischer would be the best... but that's nothing knew... and yeah Wilsons quality control was/is/will be crap! When I see a Wilson frame I always repeat the Wilson QC team motto: Variety is the spice of life!*




    * - this is a joke from another thread but I like it sooo much!
     
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  8. BruceG

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    My brother-in-law wondered the same thing when he wanted to replace his Pro #1. The shop he went to, that I can't name because this is TW's message board, offered to find him three No Tolerance racquets that were also matches in balance and swingweight. It only took them 7 racquets to find 3 exact matches but he said that the others were only different by like a couple of swingweight points and one balance point. I dont believe he asked them to check the stiffness.
     
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