RQiS 1 TouR OR k SIX ONE TEAM???

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by DomStar7, May 30, 2008.

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Which is better

  1. RQiS 1 Tour

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  2. K six one team

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  1. DomStar7

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    which is better?
     
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  2. vndesu

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    to me i like the rqis
    even if it is low powered i like the feel and comfort of the racket
    k6.1 team really killed my elbow also
     
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  3. DomStar7

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    anyone else want to say anything before i order one?
     
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  4. 0d1n

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    Yes, I would want to say that those 2 rackets are so vastly different that comparing them is useless. The "better" one will depend greatly on who's swinging them.
    Try both ... decide after. I would absolutely LOVE to have the possibility of demoing rackets from TW or elsewhere ... and find it really strange that people in the States who have this possibility choose not to do it and still buy frames blindly or based on "specs".
     
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  5. DomStar7

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    im in the uk
     
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  6. 0d1n

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    I've read around that there are shops in the UK that give out demos also. Do a search or ask people like NickB or origmarm about it ... they are also in the UK.
    Good luck with your search.
     
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  7. DomStar7

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    thanks :) :)
     
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  8. Fedace

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    Tour-1 for sure. it has much better Feel, better Spin, Serves tons better. Much better volleying racket. Geez,,actually superior in every department.
     
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    Two very different racquets as stated above. It'd be best to choose the one that best suited to your style of game and skill level.
     
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