RDX 500 mid vs LM Prestige Mid

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Diki, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. Diki

    Diki Guest

    Need some suggestion over this 2 as i dont have access to demo this 2 racquet in my country.

    What i like to know is which stick is more forgiving? And for both stick, comparing their sweet spots, which have a bigger one?

    I believe most will say RDX 500 will give more power, is it true? Been using the i.Prestige mid and was thinking of changing to the LM Prestige mid. But when comparing the spec, RDX 500 spec is almost near to over 90% identical to the i.Prestige mid.

    Will appreciate any feedback and suggestion.

    BTW, i'm a 3.0 - 3.5 players. Have a very wide forehand swing and hits with double backhand. Using single forehand for defensive shot.
     
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  2. Diki

    Diki Guest

    Upz! Anyone?
     
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  3. sandro

    sandro Semi-Pro

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    I would like to see this comaprison too, but it seems the RDX mid is not so popular (yet)... :-(
     
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  4. Diki

    Diki Guest

    The spec for the RDX500 mid is almost near to 90% *rough gauge* identical to i.Prestige mid.

    Ya, maybe not much people like Yonex? :shock:
     
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  5. ErwinFromParis

    ErwinFromParis Rookie

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    I suggest u to take whatever player stick in MPlus... More sweetspot friendly.
    Regarding the specs of the RDX i would say it is a tad 'popper' than the prestige and maybe more spin-maker.
     
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  6. sandro

    sandro Semi-Pro

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    Erwin, any idea of how the RDX compares with the old Prestige Pro ?
     
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  7. ErwinFromParis

    ErwinFromParis Rookie

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  8. sandro

    sandro Semi-Pro

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    thanks
     
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  9. Tomek

    Tomek Rookie

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    If you are 3.0 - 3.5 player, you could have more fun with Mid Plus (630-645cm2).
     
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