Topspin

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by dunlop kid, May 12, 2008.

  1. dunlop kid

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    Are topspin rackets any good?Have they got a site?
     
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  2. sandflea

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    I had a Topspin CL633, really nice racket... I liked it as much as the Tecnifibre 320 that I also had at the time. The graphics on it was terrible though. Large sweetspot, good power and feel, easy to volley with.

     
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  3. dunlop kid

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    Do you mean the graphics like the pj?
     
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  4. dunlop kid

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    hey jay im on at skool
     
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  5. dunlop kid

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    Is skool fun
     
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  6. dunlop kid

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    Does anyone know?
     
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  7. sandflea

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    Yeah, the paint job. Mine had red and silver flames on it and the grip is somewhat different.... the boxiest shape I have ever used. As for where to buy one, just google topspin 633.

     
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  8. stanfordtennis alum

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    I demoes one of these Topspin racquet either last year or the year before and they are pretty darn good sticks.. i think you can still buy them in the U.S.
     
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  9. dunlop kid

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    Are they made in China?Do they have a website?
     
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  10. sandflea

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    The company is out of Germany, I don't know where they are manufactured. Links to websites that sell rackets aren't allowed on tw. Just google topspins cl633 and look for a german website and translate page.

     
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  11. dunlop kid

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    Ok thanks for That
     
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  12. classic tennis

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    They are all made in Taiwan.
     
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  13. classic tennis

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    Racquets play great especially the CL & Pure seies but the paint, graphics & fit & finish look like a kid from pre school did them, really , really bad, best going for the Pure series which are black & play really well.
     
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