Think about moving from Volkl Organix 10 to ???

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  1. Maui19

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    I'm not loving the way Volkl is handling the warranty issue on my Organix 10 (325), so I am thinking about switching to another brand. What racquets would play similarly. Please let me know if you have actually played an Organix 10 (325) when making your recommendation.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. vsbabolat

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    Whats was the warranty issue and how long ago did you send it back to Volkl?
     
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  3. Maui19

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    Looking for racquet advice thanks. :)
     
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  4. sunof tennis

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    The Organix 10 has a pretty unique feel. Not sure that any other frame will play liek it. I would try another players' racquet such as the Head Prestige or the Wilson 6.1 line.
     
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  5. Maui19

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    Ok I'll put them on the list. Thanks!
     
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  6. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    A dunlop 200 wouldn't be a million miles away, either.

    good racquets!
     
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  7. Fuji

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    Definitely a good choice as well if you don't mind the closed pattern! :razz:

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  8. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    ye, I think I have found the holy grail with these PB-9s, though

    I lost 6-4 6-4 to a Div I player last night, and I had my chances too. (who goes for a touch dropshot on break point with the court open? Idiot...)
     
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  9. Maui19

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    LOL         
     
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    1. Bio 200 Tour
    2. What was the warranty issue, just curious so I can help others in the future that may have that issue and point them in the right direction.
     
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  11. Maui19

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    I'm going with the Prestige Pro. Thanks for the input everyone--I really appreciate it!
     
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  12. Chotobaka

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    Have you tried the EXO3 Tour 100? It's a tad lighter and while it doesn't have the same exact feel at the Organix 10 (325) I think it is a racquet your might like. Both of these sticks have quite unique feel. Worth a demo.
     
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  13. aussierocks

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    Try the Tecnifibre 305, absolute hidden gem. Has great feel, control, spin potential and just the right amount of power. It's not too light or too heavy, thin beam and small head, similar the Volkl. You will not be disappointed!!!
     
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  14. Maui19

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    I actually demoed the EXO3 Tour 100 along with the Organix 10 and several other sticks. The EXO3 was a close second.
     
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  15. Maui19

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    Thanks for the advice, but I want to go with a larger company this time, which means Wilson, Head, Prince or Dunlop this time around.

    I just ordered a Head Prestige Pro.
     
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  16. Fuji

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    Make sure to test lots of strings in it! The only string my shoulder liked with it was full gut sadly!

    -Fuji
     
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