New Slazenger Sticks

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by domosborn, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. domosborn

    domosborn Rookie

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    Hi, has anyone hit with any of these? the specs seem quite nice, TW don't stock them, but are stocked elsewhere (I know in UK, not sure bout USA) some models that look good are tour 295 (similar specs to a rad with a box beam), tour 320, and X-pro 323, if anyone has any more information please let me know, as the prices seem fantastic? (£40/$60 for a brand new, players stick, surely worth a go)?
     
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  2. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    i think you will find they are dunlop molds, but the lay up might be different

    probably be ok, though.
     
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  3. domosborn

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    yeah, i figured they might be as same company, good to see the brand back, tour 295 felt like a dunlop 300 (little bit lighter...)
     
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  4. pheonix6579

    pheonix6579 Semi-Pro

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    I agree it is good to see Slaz back in the game.
     
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  5. domosborn

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    also, i'm not so sure they are using dunlop molds, had a look at one and it had convex areas at 2,10, 4 and 8 o clock, "new technology", interesting, anyone know anyone who has hit with these?
     
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  6. Dave M

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    i'd agree, they've been togther for a long time now and have had seperate frames all along. Not sure i am curious enough to buy one but they are on sale pretty cheap.
     
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