WILSON did it again !!!

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by spinbalz, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. spinbalz

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  2. Jon Hampton

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    Is that a joke? That racket looks rather old in design to be "new" ;) I do like the description though...sounds as if a beginner could pick up this racket and have a complete game.
     
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  3. Marius_Hancu

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    one must be crazy to play with it:

    Strung Weight: 9.2oz / 261g
    Stiffness: 74

    superlight, superstiff, recipe for disaster for arm and shoulder
     
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  4. Thomas

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    Is that manufactured for people who have inability to grow muscle?
     
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  5. nViATi

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    wow... it has a higher swingweight than any racquet i've ever seen.. other than old ones... 343!!!
     
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  6. antontd

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    this is going to be my new weapon.(thank god I didn't buy the n6.1 Tour)
     
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  7. Alex

    Alex Semi-Pro

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    Not too bad looking and at affordable price. It kind of look like an old traditional Hammer 6.2 frame incorporate with new modern design and technology into it. The head is huge !!! would prefer the head to be smaller, 95 sq.in. that will be nicer looking.

    BTW Is Wilson coming out with any new player racquet ???? Anyone...

    Cheers!!
     
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  8. andirez

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    OMG, 12.4 points head heavy!
     
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  9. aj_m2009

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    Maybe an OS version of the Nsix-one but I don't think anything is in the works right now.
     
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  10. pchoi04

    pchoi04 Professional

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    Thats ridiculous....
     
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  11. schaefferm46

    schaefferm46 Rookie

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    I hit with this(becuase i strung it as a demo and i had to try it) and it has sensation in it at midrange and i cant really describe how bad it felt but take my word its an elbow killer.
     
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