Instinct: Flexipoint or LiquidMetal ?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by HappyLefty, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. HappyLefty

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    Which do you recommend me, considering i`m suffering tennis elbow.?
    I`m looking for spin and control.
    Please Help!!!
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  2. HappyLefty

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    If you know something, please post it!!

    If you know something, please post it!!
     
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  3. bamboo

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    Never hit the FP, the LM is as comfortable a frame as you could ask for - it will be a real relief if you're coming from a PD.
     
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  4. Jack Romeo

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    definitely the LM. i don't believe in FP. FP technology to me is one of the crappiest ideas ever.
     
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  5. Viper

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    Flexpoint is the biggest gimmick I've ever seen
     
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  6. tpduke112

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    I have a flexpoint 6 and flexpoint is def. a crock.
     
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  7. Andy Roddick

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    n six-one 95s are very comfotable and easy on ur arms try it out.
     
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  8. hduong

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    I just demo'd the LM instinct MP and it was a really nice racquet. I was looking for a arm friendly racquet, liked it so much I bought one.
     
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  9. HappyLefty

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    Thanks for your replies. FXP is discarded.
    Now, the big deal:

    LM Instinct or Prokennex Ki10?

    Take a look at my signature for current eqipment.
     
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  10. GRANITECHIEF

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    Flexpoint is awesome, very similar to LM but something about it feels a little better. I just got 3 for 130 each.
     
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  11. nViATi

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    don't listen to everybody else. just because something might not actually do what the manufacturer claims, it WILL definately change how a racquet feels. You could argue that LM is a gimmick and does nothing. Does that change how the Instinct feels? The only thing that matters is how a racquet feels. Whatever technology it has or whatever technology it "claims" to have is IRRELEVANT!
     
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  12. azak

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    We all have to get a good woodie :D
     
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  13. Richie Rich

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    take some viagra
     
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  14. Viper

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    ....lol!!!
     
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  15. Surecatch

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    Would this apply to the LM Radical too? Would that also be considered an "arm friendly" racquet?
     
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