nSix-One 95 & nSix-One Team

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by palmherohk, Aug 14, 2004.

  1. palmherohk

    palmherohk Guest

    Just got a Wilson category from a local shop in Hong Kong. They have 2 95” version listed, which look identical. Are these available in the US? And which one is used by the Pros?

    nSix-One Team
    -Headsize: 95 in
    -Weight unstrung: 289g/10.2oz
    -Balance unstrung: 33cm
    -Length 27in
    -String pattern: 18 x 20
    -Swing Index: 6.1
    -comment: model for Jonas Bjorkman and Todd Woodbridge

    nSix-One 95
    -Headsize: 95 in
    -Weight unstrung: 310g/10.9oz
    -Balance unstrung: 31.5cm
    -Length 27in
    -String pattern: 16 x 18
    -Swing Index: 6.1[/code]
     
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  2. dantyem108

    dantyem108 Rookie

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    are one of those black and white?
     
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  3. Matt H.

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    that's just so inconsistent.


    you'd think the "team" one would be the heavier of the two, and it has a 18x20 pattern.
     
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  4. palmherohk

    palmherohk Guest

    No, they have the same paint
     
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  5. tschevap

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    There is also a 18x20 version of the N95 (non-Team) here in Europe...has same specs as the N95, just 18/20
     
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  6. dantyem108

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    I saw a black and white one in the 2nd or 3rd page of TENNIS magazine, could it be the new surge ncoded ???
     
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  7. NCODE95

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    no that is the n6

    like the H6
     
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  8. buster17

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    A coworker of mine was recently in Japan. He said he saw an nsix-one 105 with 18x20. Anyone know if this is true?
     
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  9. Coda

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    to answer the original question, the 16 X 18 is the one sold in the US. The 18 X 20 version I believe is coming to the US in a few months. Doesn't really matter what the pros use, use what you like...what a cheap answer...which pro are you talking about, because I'm sure both get some use on the pro tour
     
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  10. mileslong

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    maybe that was simply a black and white photo you were looking at... :p
     
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  11. christian

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    Are you sure you have the weight right? That sounds really light for that raquet because in the past witht he HPS 6.1 the Euro version was heavier.
     
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  12. jings

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    The specs are right for the Asian versions - which seem to run about 40-50g lighter than the US models.
     
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  13. palmherohk

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    Just bought the nSix-One 95 version, will try out this weekend. It is the USL version.

    Can anyone tell me what is the different between the USL, L, etc.?
     
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