Npro, Npro surge demos.....

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  1. dantyem108

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    Hello, when will you be expecting demos available for the npro and npro surge? Thanks
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    We should have demo stock available about 2 weeks after the regular stock arrives.

    Chris, TW.
     
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  3. ClemsonTennis9

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    chris,
    what is the difference from the npro and the npro surge?

    thanks
     
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    Different head size, beam shape, weight, balance and string pattern.

    nPro is lighter, more maneuverable and has more lively stringbed.
    nPro Surge is more stable and slightly more control oriented.

    Chris, TW
     
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  5. monologuist

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    are they going to release an "X" extended length version of the nSurge? if so, when?
     
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  6. dantyem108

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    1. No, there is not going to be a surge x ncoded, from what I've heard.
    2. Chris, I thought the npro would be more control oriented with the 18*18 string pattern or am I wrong?
     
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  7. TopSpinner

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    I'm also surprised that nPro has more power than nPro Surge. Looking at the specs it look like nPro Surge would have more power. Both of these racquet have very interesting specs. I don't think I've every seen 18/18 string pattern before.
     
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    Sorry,
    Reverse what I wrote above about the stringbeds. Must have been the fatigue from all these late nights watching the AO!

    Chris, TW.
     
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