Wilson blx six one 95 VS Prince rebel rebel 95

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Supermange, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. Supermange

    Supermange Rookie

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    How do these ones compare? I'm only able to test the six one 95.

    I'm a 4.0 player but I play alot and improves steadily.

    Happy for any feedback.
     
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  2. Supermange

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    Also interested in the Dunlop Biomimetic M2.0 and the Dunlop Biomimetic 200 Plus. How do these and the above ones compare? I'm a 4.0 player who plays alot and steadily improves.
     
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  3. quencheu96

    quencheu96 New User

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    From what i've seen, the rebel 95 has a more muted response and is somewhat lower powered than the six one 95. However the rebel would be more comfortable on your arm as compared to the six one
     
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  4. pmata814

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    Ive only played the 16x18 blx 95 and it is significantly more powerful than the rebel IMO. I also feel that it swings a little lighter than the rebel. The rebel is softer and more control oriented. U really have to swing out with that racquet. I have one in like new condition if ur interested (exo3 rebel that is...the blx belongs to my brother).
     
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  5. kimguroo

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    BLX 95 offers more power.
    Rebel is low powered racket but it offers pin point controls.
    Easier to swing and good for your arm but racket has muted feeling.
    Actually, I started to playing with prince o3 tech so I prefer muted feeling.
     
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  6. Supermange

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    thanks for the replys. Think I'll go for the six one 95.
     
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