Prince NXG Dampener:Possibly Best Dampener Ever Made

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  1. Conquistador

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    Ive tried a few dampeners..This NXG "P" dampener is unreal..There is barely any vibration..Anyone have any experince with these?
     
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  2. brownbearfalling

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    As far as the best dampener ever, We are glad you think so and found one that you love so much. There are soo many different preferences for dampeners that it is hard to name just one. But many players I've seen stick by a general rule, the dampener matches the racquet brand.
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  3. morten

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    good for you...
     
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  4. dman72

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    I have about 6 different brand dampeners on my 4 different brands of rackets, and pretty much all of the small rubber insert thingies made by Wilson, Head, Prince, etc, feel the same.

    Now, if you want REAL dampening...Gamma Shockbuster cannot be beat.
     
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  5. TheRealTruth

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    Best dampener is no dampener!
     
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  6. b0oMeR

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    All damps do the same...

    Some damps may be a bit less dampy because its old and the material has worn out. Note that New does not mean the time you bought it, but rather the time of manufacture.
     
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  7. coolblue123

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    one thing about NXT thats for certain. You get your money's worth in rubber compared to other dampeners...
     
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