Head Dominion 660 Pics

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by A.T.S., Sep 26, 2007.

  1. A.T.S.

    A.T.S. Semi-Pro

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    I didn't get any feedback from my last thread about this so i thought if i posted pics then somebody would recognize it.

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  2. A.T.S.

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    As you can see it has no bumper guard.
    Can someone pls tell me if it's a players, tweener, or begginer racquet?
     
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  3. A.T.S.

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    BTW the black square on the strings it something i use to determine where the sweet spot is on a new racket.
     
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  4. qwerty66

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    i duno but it looks like a cheaper beginner racket to me
    cuz of the 2-peice built of the racket
     
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  5. A.T.S.

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    Oddly. It's actually quite flexy and is quite heavy. The sweet spot is smaller than it looks and it feels kinda like the LM radical exept a little flexier. It feels great, plays with extreme control, and it's easy on the arm.
     
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  6. qwerty66

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    yah thats how beginner rackets play, flexy
    i duno i just know most beginner rackets are two piece
    so i duno
     
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  7. A.T.S.

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    The flex is kinda like the N-Blade. Actually it plays like the N-Blade. Flexy, comfortable, amazing control.
     
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  8. vsbabolat

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    That is a beginner racquet from about 13 or 14 years ago. The "660" is written in the "Star Trek" font that HEAD stopped using in about 1995.
     
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  9. A.T.S.

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    THat's ok. it feels great and it's comfortable, it plays like aplayers racket and that's good enough for me.:)
     
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  10. A.T.S.

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    LOL NOW I HAVE TO FIND A NEW RACQUET. IT CRACKED TODAY WHEN I HIT A MONSTER SMASH. It was kinda funny when It cracked because it wasn't suttle, it was a audible crack. It's like it was rubbing in the fact that I was using a beginner racquet. Guess I have to find another racquet.
     
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  11. TnTBigman

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    i had one of those. when i was a junior, my pops bought it for me in replace of my Head Orion. i hated it. wayyy to bouncy and light. gave it to my baby sister.
     
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  12. A.T.S.

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    Yah I Leaded it up to my comfort zone weight(13.2 ounces) alot of lead and then I use it once and crack. That's ok. I'll just work overtime and I can get a Flexpoint Radical Oversized. My rich friends say it is very comfortable.
     
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  13. coolblue123

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    If I remembered correctly. Was this racquet part of the Head Genesis lineup? This racquet was around during the mid 90's? It was around the same price as the upper end racquets. Please correct if I am wrong.
     
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  14. TnTBigman

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    i can't remember if they had a Genesis line, but I knew the Head Genesis, Orion and Dominion.
     
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