HELP!!! (Prostaff 85, POG MP, n-six tour 90)

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by fujitsu77, Nov 27, 2006.

  1. fujitsu77

    fujitsu77 Semi-Pro

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    Hello all,

    I'm am still :( looking for a new racquet, but luckily, I've made some progress in my search:-D

    I have decided on three final racquets to choose from (finally narrowed my search down):

    The Wilson n-six one tour 90

    The POG MP

    And the Wilson Prostaff 85

    I know that both the POG and the Prostaff (never hit with it) are supposed to be great racquets, but I've only hit with the n-six one a couple of times and, as I stated above, I've never hit with the Prostaff.

    I was wondering, out of all of these racquets:

    Which has the best feel (for slices, drop-shots, volleys, etc.)?

    Which is the strongest from the baseline?

    Which has the strongest serve?

    Most control?

    Most power?

    Which is the easiest to swing / play with throughout a match?


    I'm really hoping that I can settle down with one of these racquets, for it has been really frustrating going back and forth between other frames that don't seem to suit my game:confused:

    I REALLY appreciate any suggestions on any of these three racquets.

    Thanks a lot,

    fujitsu77
     
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  2. Duzza

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    Which has the best feel (for slices, drop-shots, volleys, etc.)?

    PS 85

    Which is the strongest from the baseline?

    POG MP

    Which has the strongest serve?

    PS 85

    Most control?

    PS 85

    Most power?

    POG/nCode

    Which is the easiest to swing / play with throughout a match?

    nCode
     
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  3. 10sfreak

    10sfreak Semi-Pro

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    I agree with everything above except the last. I found the nCode to be kinda unwieldy. Can't really put my finger on it, but that thing just didn't maneuver very well for me.
     
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  4. Voltron

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    I agree, except I hate the ncode.
     
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  5. Duzza

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    Well the last one I wasn't so sure of. I have never demoed the nCode in full but it felt easier to swing than Prostaffs.
     
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  6. erap

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    Man, the Ncode is the best of all of em! i promise u if u could just hit it right which is very difficult lol! but if u could do it it will reward u1
     
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  7. StunLock

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    give k six one tour (90) a shot if n six one tour is on your list?
     
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  8. bcsax123

    bcsax123 Semi-Pro

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    He found his racquet, his old POG OS.
     
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  9. superstition

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    Prostaff 6.0 95
     
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  10. bcsax123

    bcsax123 Semi-Pro

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    He is using his old POG OS now.
     
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