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  1. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    Head LM Radical OS, Will I Love the POG OS?
     
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  2. s_andrean

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    Completely different feels.

    The POGO has much better spin potential (as you would expect), and the Rad OS is a good volleying stick.

    It depends what you liked about the Radical, but I would say yes.
     
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  3. kerplunker

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    Well I really like the two-handed backhands, the forehands, and spin serves. Vollys were good as well.
     
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  4. s_andrean

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    Kick serves are a dream with the POGO.

    2HB are nice, the heft of the racquet and the solidity (i'm sure thats a word...) makes it hit sweet.

    For the volleying for me, the POGO responded well only when tightly strung.

    So yea.. my opinion.
     
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  5. kerplunker

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    I also would like so added heft and i tad less power...I am starting to think the POG OS is the perfect racket for me...What is the headshape like on the POGO? Is it circular or is it more oval like the head?
     
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  7. kerplunker

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    May I ask where the cheapest place to get on online is?
     
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  8. s_andrean

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    TW or the electronicBay would be my guesses, give it a google. Post a wanted note on the TW forums, i'm sure someone has one for sale.

    I'm in the UK, so i'm not so up to date on local stores in the US, where i assume you are based. Give it a bit of a search around, but I still think your best bet is going for a good condition second hand one.
     
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  9. kerplunker

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    thanks man
     
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