ncode npro or ncode npro surge...

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by llamalordoftennis, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. llamalordoftennis

    llamalordoftennis New User

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    Erm.....has anyone tried or owned both of these rackets? Whats the difference besides the beam width and the string pattern and head size? Which one do you prefer? I've only tried the npro myself haven't tried out the surge yet.
     
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  2. DRtenniS1112

    DRtenniS1112 Semi-Pro

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    Someone already made like this exact same post. Perhaps it was u...???...Anyway I have hit with both and prefered the surge. It was much better feeling and greatly controllable. They are both good rackets but I definately vote surge.
     
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  3. tennisgeezer

    tennisgeezer New User

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    I heard from a Wilson rep that the nPro is going to be discontinued. It's not selling well.
     
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  4. panic

    panic Rookie

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    I own a surge. Tried the npro also before but surge was, yes, definately better for me. Better spin and better groundstrokes for me
     
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  5. johnmcc516

    johnmcc516 Semi-Pro

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    I have only hit with the nPro surge. A little light for me, but overall a good racquet. Can't really go wrong with it.
     
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  6. barry

    barry Hall of Fame

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    I have hit with both and the Npro Surge is the better racket. Also I think the old Prostaff Surge is better than the new Ncode Surge. The Ncode surge is very lively compared to the discontinued prostaff Surge, and I read where Wilson may change the paint job, no one likes Green.
    For me, I am staying with the old technology for a while. The old Prostaff surges can be had for around $60, so I bought 3 extras.
     
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