Which RQiS?

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Which RQiS?

Poll closed Jun 1, 2008.
  1. RQiS 1 Tour

    23 vote(s)
    92.0%
  2. RQiS 2 Tour

    2 vote(s)
    8.0%
  1. DomStar7

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    Poll!!!!!!!!
     
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  2. swimntennis

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    I'm demoing the "2" (it should come in from TW today) so I voted for that.
     
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  3. HeadPrestige

    HeadPrestige Professional

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    seems like you need to finish your question...

    Which RQiS ... ... ...
     
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  4. furyoku_tennis

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    if the question is which one i prefer....then it would be the rqis 1 tour...
     
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  5. Blade0324

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    RQIS 1 Tour no doubt. My new stick of choice for doubles.
     
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  6. deme08

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    What about RQiS 3 and 4? When are they coming out?
     
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  7. swimntennis

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    My demo for the RQiS 2 came in today (about 15 minutes after I first posted :p) and it's a little lighter than I expected. Though, I haven't hit with it yet, so maybe it'll feel different on court.
     
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  8. Fedace

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    i become torn between the tour 1 and RDS 001 midplus, now i am not sure which is the better racket, really ??
     
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  9. Fedace

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    i have not heard anything about it. where did you hear that ?
     
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  10. Snuh

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    Theres a store that advertises in Tennis magazine that sells them. If you have the magazine just look for the big ads in the back.
     
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  11. Snuh

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    Oh and its the 1 Tour for me.
     
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  12. DomStar7

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    which do u like best?

    and no 1 can vote for the 3 and 4 yet can they?
     
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  13. DomStar7

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    bummmmmmmmmmmmmmmp
     
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  14. DomStar7

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    helloooooooooo :)
     
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  15. tbini87

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    what level are you and what type of game do you play? what was your old racquet and what do you want from a new racquet?
     
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  16. tbini87

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    i used to have two RQiS Tour 1s, but never really liked them. i would hit with them and try different string setups but never came around to liking them. so i stuck with my t fight 335s which just seemed to have a better swing weight and feel. the racquet was low powered and offered some good spin potential. pretty easy on the arm, and looked great too. but i can't vote for the 1 because i didn't like it, and can't vote for the 2 because i have never used it...
     
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  17. ngray99

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    I don't know why people give up on racquets because they don't like the swing weight. That can always be changed. I didn't like my Tour 1's in the beginning. Once I put lead at 3 and 9 and in the throat, the racquet changed drastically for the better. It became much more stable and power became easily accessible, while maintaining the control I look for.
     
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  18. Gmedlo

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    Currently available in Japan, the 3 and 5:

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    Also, while on the website, I found a heavier version of the RQiS2 that's standard length and ~20g heavier. It would be nice if they made such a racquet available in the U.S.....
     
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  19. DomStar7

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    I take it the 1 has won
     
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  20. SempreSami

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    I never understand why you start a billion threads on this racquet for no particular reason.
     
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