What vibration dampener is this?

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  1. e.xo.cet

    e.xo.cet New User

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    I was looking through all my old tennis and came a long a few vibration dampeners, and thought I would see how I would like them now.

    Well, one really stood out to me, that might even replace my trust #64.

    It's an "O", blue, says "winn" and has a weird symbol after the wording.

    anyone know? :confused: I'd like to get some more of these.
     
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  2. TheShaun

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    picture ?
     
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  3. e.xo.cet

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    I'll go take one right now, hold please.
     
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    it has been nearly 3 hours. i can't wait any longer. i have too many things to do. goodbye.
     
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    Sorry, I had to go buy a new battery for my camera.. I wasn't expecting you to sit here and wait that long lol.

    here's quick pic I just took:
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    It couldn't be a babolat because those are too new, I haven't bought a new dampener since 2001 or 2002. I've been out of the game for a few years and always used a #64 rubber band, I also found these in a box I haven't opened since May 2002 (I marked it with the date when I put it storage).

    Anyone else have any idea what it could be?
    (Remember I said it says "winn" on it in my first post)
     
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  8. JW10S

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    Winn is a company best known these days for their golf grips. Winn used to market tennis grips, strings and dampeners and I believe still make stringing machines. Winn's involvement in tennis is very limited these days.
     
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