The open-patterned 95 square inch poll

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by tennis_hand, Oct 23, 2007.

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Which 95?

Poll closed Oct 30, 2007.
  1. Dunlop Aerogel 200 16x18

    13 vote(s)
    21.3%
  2. Wilson Kfactor 95 16x18

    22 vote(s)
    36.1%
  3. Yonex RQiS Tour 95

    10 vote(s)
    16.4%
  4. Head Microgel Prestige Pro MP(essentially a 95)

    11 vote(s)
    18.0%
  5. Prince O3 Speedport Tour(2 sqr-inch diff)

    5 vote(s)
    8.2%
  1. tennis_hand

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    Pick your racket. Some small brand is not in the poll.
     
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  2. BreakPoint

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    There's no such racquet as the Dunlop Aerogel 200 16x18. It's either 18x20 or 16x19.
     
  3. hoosierbr

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    Why not replace the Speedport Tour with the O3 Tour Mid?

    BTW, anyone know the specs of the Aerogel 200 16 mains?
     
  4. tennis_hand

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    just treat it as 16x19. i can't edit the poll.
     
  5. tbini87

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    wow, did not think the kfactor would be leading by so much...
     
  6. BreakPoint

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    That's only because more people have hit with the K-Factor 95. I'd bet most people that voted for the K95 have never hit with any of the other racquets in the poll, and some probably have never even hit with the K95.

    The AG200 16x19 is not sold in the US so most people here have never hit with it.

    The RQiS is new so most have not hit with that yet. Same with the Speedport Tour. And the MG Prestige is not even out yet so almost nobody (except for a handful of people on this board) have hit with it yet.
     
  7. soyizgood

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    You forgot the nTour 95!!!
     
  8. Big Boris

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    I tried the K6195 16/18 for a couple of strokes, borrowed from a friend, and I must say it felt very good both on groundstrokes and volleys. But then again, I am an old PSC 6195 and n6195 player.
     
  9. anirut

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    My 95 is not in the poll ... but I'll state my preferred 95 racket.

    Inspite of having the MW200G and being a member of the 200G Club, my preferred 95 racket is ...

    The PK Core 1 #6.

    Remove the bumper. String it right. Add about 1.5 grams of lead at the right places. Bravo!
     
  10. quest01

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    I would go with the Wilson K Factor 95. More touring pros use the K95. It used to be the N95 which most touring pros used.
     
  11. aeroman

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    I don't think that people should base their choice of racquet on if the pros use it or not. People tend to get biased opinions because of that. Fischer M-Comp 95 is my choice, but I've only played with the k-factor and speedport on this poll.
    Aeroman
     
  12. Big Fed

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    Got the ncode 95 16x18
     
  13. tbini87

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    definitely true. i was thinking along those lines too. i have only hit with the k factor but really want to hit with the RQiS!
     
  14. tennis_hand

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    most people see it as a woman's racket. sorry, ladies.
     
  15. smirker

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    Well at least its readily available so some people might have hit with it!
     
  16. RoarTT

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    I don't understand this. Here in Scandinavia, the aerogel 200 is available in 18x20 and 16x19, and the aerogel 300 is available in 16x18 and 16x19. Why don't they sell the same rackets all over?
     
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  17. GoochMoney

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    can't vote yet -- check my signature...k95
     

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