Head Lm Fire

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by doleeo, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. doleeo

    doleeo New User

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    I bought this racqet of tennis warehouse and i was sceptical at first with how light it was and the 102 sq in. head size how much control it had. Well i recieved it today and had tennis practice for the school team and the first shot i hit i just said WOW. This racquet was awesome and not to harsh on the wallet. It was so controlable but with the lighter frame you could really hit that ball with some power. I would highly reccomend for anyone looking for a light control racquet.
     
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  2. Jincuteguy

    Jincuteguy New User

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    Yea, I wuld like to try one of the LM Fire out, it heard it's pretty good and looks really cool. Did you try out the LM Rave?
     
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  3. doleeo

    doleeo New User

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    No i might though in the future
     
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  4. Jincuteguy

    Jincuteguy New User

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    Need more comments on this LM Fire.
     
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  5. Fatmike

    Fatmike Semi-Pro

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    bought it a week ago, less less powerfull then my head IX5 racquet....

    will have to use it few more time to get use to it....


    I bought it mainly cause my Ix5 was too powerfull, I was hitting long too often...


    I have wrist pain since using LM Fire... coincidence???

    I'm a 2.5-3.0 player, 29 years old, been playing since a little over a year and a half...
     
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  6. thatballwas_IN

    thatballwas_IN Rookie

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    Glad you like the LM FIRE.. Different STROKES for different folks....

    I use a much different racquet (the PC600 which is 2 ounces heavier), and tried the LM Fire when it first came out to see what HEAD has been doing with there "latest technologies".

    I hated it.

    Felt very tinny and hollow to me.
    It does have a great paint scheme though....
    But I would go with the Instinct or a Yonex RDX300 instead of the LM FIRE...
     
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