My Manufacturers List

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Virginia, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. NLBwell

    NLBwell Legend

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  2. I.M. Weasel

    I.M. Weasel New User

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    I started plying tennis using Stomil racquets... This Polish company produced clones of some Head aluminium racquets...
    Don't forget ELAN racquets from Slovenia...
     
  3. Hannah19

    Hannah19 Professional

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    He had woodies made by Snauwaert and later some nice graphites.
    I have a few GrapHit rackets, nice transparent dark caramel finish with gold pinstripe.
    Check out this link:http://vintagetennisgems.nl/VTG/Rackets_by_brands/Paginas/Miscelanious_1.html
    Many more lesser known brands are mentioned here such as: Bertone by Technort, Galaxy, Sebastian, Cresta, Balzer, Neoxx Carving and Erbacher.
    Then there is Adam (PCS), Aequalis, BBC, CANDO, Condor, Scepter,Erge, Fansteel......Do I have to go on?:)
     
  4. NLBwell

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    Were quite big in skis - some of the first "shaped" skis, but I didn't know they made tennis rackets.
     
  5. classic tennis

    classic tennis Semi-Pro

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    Avery are a customer SMU racquet made by the Taiwanese guy who owns Pro Supex via a open tooling agreement.
     

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