N code vs K factor vs BLX

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by ace high, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. ace high

    ace high Rookie

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    Thinking of getting a new Wilson racket but not sure from which generation to choose from, which is the better racket technology?
     
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  2. Zefer

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    For me, nCode, though it only matters what you like, so just demo each of them. :)
     
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  3. Pioneer

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    I've only used the K factors but what I get from the feedback is that the K series have slightly better feel that the n-code and the BLX which feel more muted
     
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  4. mpournaras

    mpournaras Semi-Pro

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    the n6.1 tour or 95 were both the most beautiful rackets ever made

    simple, clean, effective. the difference in performance between ALL "new generation" rackets is negligible. its all changes in feel.

    so go with n-code :)
     
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  5. dextor

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    demo all 3 ?
     
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  6. defrule

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    Don't see many n-codes these days.
     
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  7. christo

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    good luck finding them
     
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  8. ace high

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    I was just wondering which has the best feel of the 3, as viewing feedback for rackets apparently a lot of people thought had different opinions about the feel of the rackets and I just wanted to see what the trend was.
     
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  9. Tsonga#1fan

    Tsonga#1fan Semi-Pro

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    Try a Wilson ProStaff Tour 90. A great racquet.
     
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  10. Dominik

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    Definitely the k90! Although the n90 wasn't bad, the k90 feels more solid.

    I haven't tried the BLX yet, supposedly it feels the most muted.

    The "technology" is just for marketing - they're all very similar with minor tweaks.
     
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