K Six One 95 vs Six One 95 BLX2

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  1. Calor1

    Calor1 New User

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    I'm still using the DelPo sticks but since one of them broke last year and the other 4 are pretty worn out I an planning to buy the new ones.
    Before I do however I would like to check if there is any difference between both of them. I suppose not since they're basically the same rackets but I thought it couldn't hurt to check.

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  2. Calor1

    Calor1 New User

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    I'm talking about the 18x20 version by the way.
     
  3. SELFMADESOUL

    SELFMADESOUL New User

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    I've played with both and definitely prefer the older K Factor- more plow and stability however the new ones are more comfortable on the arm. I'd say stick with the old ones if they are working for you and check the classifieds or demo the new one from TW at least before you buy!
     
  4. Irvin

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    You may want to have the flex, swing weight, balance, and total weight of the rackets you like checked. That will give you a good idea of what you have and like.
     
  5. Calor1

    Calor1 New User

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    BLX
    Weight = 347-348.7
    Balance = 32.0 - 8pts HL
    Swingweight = 333-334
    Twistweight = 14.1
    Flex rating = 65

    K
    Weight = 348
    Balance = 31.6 - 8 pts HL
    Swingweight = 339-340
    Twistweight = 12.9
    Flex rating = 69

    Why can't they just make the same rackets but with a different PJ like they do for the pro's. I don't feel like testing rackets, I just need the same ones but new :D.
     

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