magnetic tour 100 vs m-fil300

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  1. martin

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    Has anyone played both of the rackets, What are the differences?
     
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  2. martin

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    I mean the UL version of the fischer magnetic tour
     
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  3. martin

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    Come on guys!!!
    There must be someone who played both rackets???
     
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  4. nhstennis

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    ya i want to know to here is a bump for martin
     
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  5. counterpuncher

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    I have played with both, the main difference for me was feel.

    The Fischer is more flexible, provides a little more power on ground strokes and serves and feels more solid and stable and hits a heavier ball. I got slightly more spin from the M-Fil, but that was mainly due to the increased racquet head speed due to the lighter weight and sw.

    I prefer the Fischer over the M-Fil, but if you can get the M-fil at half the price, then the Mag Tour 100 may not be worth the extra bucks.
     
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  6. ibringtheHEAT

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    martin...........a triple post

    tsk tsk

    I've played with the m-fil300 and had a brief hit with the magnetic tour. the magnetic tour is a solid racquet, but so is the m-fil 300 I would have to have a longer hit to really tell you. they played similar if I remember correctly.
     
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