My nBlade review

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by w00gy, May 2, 2007.

  1. w00gy

    w00gy Rookie

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    Hi,

    Been playing over 2 yrs and had some succes with the PS 6.0 85. Ready for a step up ( or down) to a less demanding frame; to reap was i've been sowing for the past 2 years. I wanted a little more flex, softer play and more stability. But most importantly a BIGGER head! ow and a little less weight thus meaning less need to prepare early.

    Was thinking about the nBlade or nPro open. The open is only € 120 here ( on discount) and the nblade is a freaking € 170-210 euro's and nowhere to be found. Had to travel to a near town (30 min) to even get a demo.

    I just wanted to let you know i'm going to test this one tonight. ( in 3 hrs)

    I'll post a review after that!

    Greets,

    w00-
     
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  2. nunchuku

    nunchuku New User

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    Cool, I look forward to hearing more. I'm especially interested in the nBlade as it's one of my short listed candidate for my next racquet.

    It's a beautifully engineered and designed racquet and holding it is in itself addictive. I didn't manage to play test for long, just 30mins :-( but found that it was very solid on ground strokes, both wings. Very nice feel as well, reminiscent of an old school racquet. It was a very comfortable stick to whack with, which I belief is attributed to it's relatively low flex.

    Swingweight suited me very well, but if I commit to this stick long term, I might add some heft to push it nearer a KSix-One Tour.

    Sadly I didn't have time to try the serves and net-play with this stick.
     
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