TW why no Dunlop 2.0 series reviews?

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  1. cknobman

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    These racquets have been up on the website for order a couple of weeks now and I have been waiting on some reviews.

    TW can you provide a time-frame for when you might get the reviews done?
     
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  3. cknobman

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    Sweet, thanks!!!
     
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    cknobman,

    We have the shot and posted the video portion of the Dunlop F2.0 Tour and the written is in the process of editing. The written should be up in 1-2 weeks. We are slightly backed up as we have been doing a ton of racquet, string, and shoe playtests in January and February. We are not at this time playtesting the other 2.0 racquets but could sometime in the future.

    And as a head's up, we will answer your questions quicker if you post them in the Questions/Comments section as sometimes we miss threads in other sections.

    Brittany, TW
     
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  5. pkshooter

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    When will the dunlop classics come. The f100 is interesting and purty
     
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  6. drummerdan

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    Brittany, when will the Volkl Organix 10 written review be posted?
     
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  7. cknobman

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    Thanks for the reply Brittany!

    Its a shame to hear the M2.0 is not on your radar for review as I have always preferred the more open string patterns and was really looking to see how it matched up with the previous iteration (Dunlop Bio 200 lite) that I am playing with now.
     
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    Dunlop appear to have gone in a new, and to my mind worse, direction with their 95 sq. inch offerings. The 200s have usually had a stiffness in the mid 50s to low 60s. The F2.0 and M2.0 are 67 and 70 respectively.
     
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  9. cknobman

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    Yeah I was worried when I saw the stiffness rating and was hoping to see in the review just how stiff it really felt.
     
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  10. JackB1

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    weird how EVERY new Dunlop frame seems to be 70+ stiffness now? they used to be know for their nicel flexy feel and now that seems to be a thing of the past. Guess they are trying to compete with Babolat?
     
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  11. cknobman

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    I hope they are not trying to compete with Babolat.

    I dont own Babolat frames for a reason, they feel like cheap boards.
     
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