P1 responded to my email!!

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Gugafan, May 6, 2009.

  1. Gugafan

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    Anyones whos interested, P1 offer services to mold grips, withhout the use of pallets however this mould is still of the Head pallet shape.

    In addition, they can mould a more square shaped grip just as Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic have.


    Interesting that Djokovic and Murray both use a custom square shaped grip shape, abit like Dunlop/Wilson rackets.

    I personlly find the rectangular grip shape less then accommadading for my SW forehand...I am considering making the change??
     
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  2. ronalditop

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    So djoko and murray prefer wilson handles instead of head ones. I wonder why.
     
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  3. tomas9848

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    thats awesome.
     
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  4. Fedace

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    What,?? they mold the Handle as well?? How much do they charge ? and what is the Biggest grip size they can mold the handle to ? and do you know how i can contact them ?
     
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  5. vsbabolat

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    http://p1tennis.com/

    In case you can't find the contact page here you go:
    http://p1tennis.com/contact/
     
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  6. Cup8489

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    well since Karlovic's grip is customized to an L9, which is like 5 1/8.. i'd say pretty big.

    but yeah find out about the pricing..if i could get my radical mid+ to have a handle like my wilson...i'd be super thrilled.
     
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  7. RJYU

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    I have to say, that I'm not all that happy with people posting my emails here in an open forum. Not that I have anything to hide concerning Priority One, but I would hope that people would have the courtesy to ask permission before posting our responses to a private email. Most companies have disclaimers attached to the bottom of any email sent out, and I guess that is what we'll have to start doing. Its sad that its a sign of the times.

    --Ron Yu
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  8. vsbabolat

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    ^^^^^^
    What must be very frustrating for you is you even talk about Custom Grip Molding as one of the services you provide on your website.
     
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  9. SFrazeur

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    EDIT:

    I was going to play devil's advocate, however, I might need service by P1 in the future. So I'll just keep my mouth shut. :)

    -SF
     
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  10. origmarm

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    While I like from a personal perspective to see the information I tend to agree with Ron. Perhaps the OP could edit his post and paraphrase the email or similar?
     
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  11. The email has not been quoted yet. I suggest you edit your post, remove the content and let the thread die. While the info is "nice" to have, I have to completely agree with Ron. You simply do not publicly post a one to one correspondence. It is very inconsiderate.
     
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  12. nadal for number1

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    true... Ron is right though, but the information is welcomed
     
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  13. Gugafan

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    I apologise for my original post...I have edited the thread just to include information that may be of interest to users on this board.

    The reason I posted the email, is that infomation on pros rackets and gear is treated very skeptically on these boards.

    Gugafan
     
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