kneissl red star mid

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by yuth, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. yuth

    yuth Rookie

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    Hi everyone,

    I also got this racquet from as same as store of max100g, and wilson hammer 5.5 . Racquet is too flexy and soft....I think it flexier than puma winner also adidas GTX mid-T. I love its paint job and head shape.

    Just share some pics

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    Best regards,

    Yuth
     
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  2. Virginia

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    Beautiful, yuth! Any day now, my Red Star Twin will be arriving and it looks very similar. :)
     
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  3. MarrratSafin

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    That store of yours just keep popping up with these beauties. I wish I live next to it too!:twisted:
     
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  4. jimbo333

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    Me too:)

    But then I can't complain after finding that NEW HPS 6.0:twisted:
     
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  5. Colpo

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    Once came across a 9/10 pair of '84 White Star Mids in a hotel pro shop in Bermuda, still on the demo rack. Must've been almost 20 years later. Original leather, the whole bit. It was as though they had been fossilized down there!
     
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  6. eman resu

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    I found one of those today, too. Felt really flexible and light ( I would say it had alloy, but what do I know?). It says graphite reinforced, red star mid, L4 4 1/2, and that's it, I guess. It was really cheap, but It would just be another racquet to occupy space on an already small bedroom. Besides, I'm not even a collector and the Matrix holds the place for "old-mid-to-swing-once-in-a-while-just-for-showing-off", not to mention the rok.

    Anyway, what are the specs, just out of curiosity?
     
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