Snauwaerts again!

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Virginia, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. Virginia

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    Does anyone know what is the difference between the various Ellipse Touches (F, H & C)? Is it just the colours (black, red and black/green), or is there a composition or balance difference? They all look to be from the same mold.
     
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    ^ You're not looking at those auctions are you?? =)
     
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    No, I have all three and was just wondering what the difference was, if any. Super racquets by the way, apparently designed to combat tennis elbow.
     
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    She bought them from the owner of those auctions! :)

    katerenpoes = Rorsach

    :-D
     
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  5. Virginia

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    Correct, but I didn't want to "spill the beans". :)

    BTW Bud, what on earth are you doing up at this time of night? I'm just about to head off to bed myself (it's 11.25 pm here), but surely it's about 3 am where you are, isn't it?
     
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    I'm a night owl... I work best after sunset.

    Hoot! :)

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    On top of the frame, right next to the headsize, is another number. I'm thinking this is the flex of the stick.

    I've compared a few (just by hand) and this seems to be the case.
     
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    The C stands for Classic
    The F for Fashion
    The H for High Tech.
     
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