Pure Drive Cortex against KBT

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by iphoneman, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. iphoneman

    iphoneman Banned

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    Advice here guys.
    4.5 player liking two very different frames the exact same.
    The Babolat produces great spin on my groundstrokes and serve, but with the K Blade Tour I have amazing pace on my shots and volleys are solid.
    I like them the EXACT same, but whichever stick I buy, I will buy 6 of them because I break string after about 4 hours of play, so I would like to make the right decision. I have tried a lot of racquets including MG Radicals, Capped MG Radicals, Flexpoint Prestige, Flexpoint Instinct, K Factor 6.1 95, K Blade 98, N Blade 98, K Pro Tour, K Tour, and N 6.1 95. I like these two the exact same, but they both have their pros and cons. Someone help?
    Thx.
     
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  2. Infl8edEg0

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    3 of each. jk :) Just get what you like best, try each of them out for another few days. But if you've been demoing them for awhile already, I say the KBT because I'm probably gonna move up to that from the PD. Or, maybe a compromise of the two. I'm going to try out the KPro Tour, which has a headsize and weight in between. The stringbed is far more open than the KBT tho, 16x20 against the 18x20.
     
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  3. iphoneman

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    I'm switching from the k pro tour I have 2 I hate them. I have been demoing for the last month I like them the EXACT same and I play tournaments a lot so I have to decide now wat to chose
     
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  4. bertrevert

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    Do you play moer doubles or singles?

    What surface?

    What style of play?

    These two are pretty much the alpha and omega (first and last) of players racquets - a MID, that is modern and updated and lighter than most; or a famous tweener that revolutionised the game.

    I can understand why both appeal but they are fairly opposite - am sort of wondering how you got to this stage... heh heh, you know, on the horns of the bull sort-of-thing
     
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  5. Infl8edEg0

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    oh, lol. flip a coin, haha
     
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