Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Bencia, Jan 8, 2008.
I use a 105 square inch head which is listed as a midplus+. I was wondering what you guys use.
100 sq in.
I just got a new racquet; the headsize is 100".
Just the right racket size I like 100".
89.5 i prestige.
107 square inches
i use 105 sq. inches too. dunlop m-fill 500.
97 sq in SP Tour
98 sq in i think its too big gotta keep shrinking
98, but it looks more like a 95 or something, it looks about that of a radical.
MicroGel Extreme Pro
100 sq inches..
well i use many diff. headsize racquets first i have a pk 5g which is 100 sq.in., then i got a m-fil 300 which is 98 sq.in., finally ig to a triad t5 which is 110 sq.in.
98 square inches. Or so they say.
100 sq inches
98 and 95 sq inches
This poll provokes my thoughts.
The foundation in our mind is mid, midplus and OS, with level of control varying degree from one group size to another.
What if the grouping of headsize was originally according to the OP's conventions? Perhaps then our idea of control association with headsize group would not be the same...Perhaps even a 100 head size would be considered in the same ballpark as a 107.
Tried playing with 98 but kept going back to 90 head size. Now trying 88 head size (Yonex Ti 70 mid) to see how it plays out.
Prince Mono at 97 sq head is insane !!! One of the hidden treasures out there!
I am surprised at how few people use oversize frames
I have tried to go with smaller headsizes for about a year or so...and then now i am convinced that it's just not meant to be. I am an OS user.
I could get by using Diabo MP, my first purchase of my own stick of choice, but I dont get anything out of it and lose a lot in comparison to using OS.
89.5 LM Prestige mid
Youve switched from the K90!?
98 LM Radical MP
fxp prestige mp 98"
03 tour mp 100"
donnay pro one os 107"
I use babolat PD 110 sq inches!
90 Sq. In. with my prize Yonex rds001 mid
Might try 93 in. if i can get my hands on a decently used POG Mid
97 sq in. mfil 200
95 Sq. in. K Six One Team.
100 square inches
I use a 95 and a 100.
107 sq in. and 100 sq in...
I purchased one for my collection, and have had a hard time putting it down. I love it, although have not completely switched. However, it is getting harder and harder to go back to anything else.
Just to add>>> these frames are so hard to come by, I don't think it will be realistic to stay with them.
I use a 100 square inch racquet, though I've decided that my next one will be under 100...
Does the string tension "feel" different depending on the head size?
I used to have a PS 6.0 85 that felt perfect when strung at 62 lbs. I am wondering if a 95 sq. in. head will need a diferent tension? Higher?
100 sq in microgel radical pro
I think you need to adjust those categories as the majority of people probably play with racquets between 90 and 99 sq. in. Also, a 98 sq. in. shouldn't be in the same category as a 90 sq. in. as they will play noticeably different.
I am surprised nobody on this site has a tiny racket like an old wood one.
A lot of us do but we don't consider them to be our main racquets.
What just want your own category so you can be special Love how you didn't mention the 100-110 category.
Currently 90" for me. It's been getting a bit demanding though, so it's soon to be 98". Turns out I am only human after all. :cry:
overize rackets have no real control
"My own" category?
Out of the 5 categories, over 64% of the voters (73 people) chose the "90-99 sq. in." category. I think with 5 categories, you'd want to distribute it so that they are more evenly distributed. And what would that percentage be? I'll let you figure it out since you seem to be so good at math. :roll:
I don't wanna swing with more than 100.
Just do it--OversizE
That's where we are at man--me, you and that dude with his o3 blue. Out of control, no rules, do the dew, extreme.
It is in my sig.
Count me in... 107
Great post. May I suggest you name your final nBlade "Gillette"
110. Oh yeah.
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