what is the spec of pure control team?

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  1. qtipkorea4u

    qtipkorea4u New User

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    is it 97in/ 630 squre cm?

    or is it 98/ 630 square cm?

    i 've been checking websites on google, and there are some different specs written down...

    i am confused

    maybe older vs. new?

    UK vs. US?

    help would be appreciated.

    moreover, in the weight section it says, 320 gr(+/- 7) and 11,34 oz NOT 11. 34

    there is a comma instead of a period?

    hmmm i am worried
     
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  2. Bartelby

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    A comma is used as a period in French, if I remember correctly. And if they build the raquets in metrics, there is always a translation error: 630 = 97.650 so whether they round up or down is not important.
     
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  3. qtipkorea4u

    qtipkorea4u New User

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    thanx

    but how about the headsize deal?
     
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  4. qtipkorea4u

    qtipkorea4u New User

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    oops nvm, got it
     
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  5. Bubba

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    Dude... why ask. Check the TW site or Babolat site.
     
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  6. qtipkorea4u

    qtipkorea4u New User

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    because i checked a lot of different sites and there were at least like 3 different specs for the same model ( i mean i don't know if they were all us version.. but)
     
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  7. p3k

    p3k Semi-Pro

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    As far as i know, there have been different kinds even within the Pure Control Team model.
     
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  8. Ace

    Ace Semi-Pro

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    Hi....
    The Pure Control Team Std head is now 98 sq inch. (well, now its nothing, since they don't make it anymore!)
    On the current version of it, at first they made it at 97 sq inches (or they just marked it as 97 sq inches)....but now it is 98. My first one that I bought was marked as 97, but a year or so later when I bought a second one for a spare, it was 98.
    I held my newer 98 next to my older 97, and you couldn't really tell any difference anyway. And the racquets felt the same.
    Both were bought from a reputable dealer, Babolat just updated the frame.
     
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