Wilson nCode racquets now available for presale

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  1. TW Staff

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  2. womackD

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    TW staff,

    Do you have any swingweights for these rackets, especially the Six-One 95?
     
  3. Drizzt

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    When do you think demos will be available?
     
  4. Coda

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    the N-Tour 90 is considerably lighter than the current tour 90...guess some lead tape is in order...
     
  5. Ray Wong

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    Are these racket available in matched pairs with discount like Tour 90? Are these racket included cover?
     
  6. Coda

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    good question ray!
     
  7. dcheung

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    It is more sensible to take the weights as unstrung stat as if true the 340g strung weight of N-Tour 90 is far lighter than the SL version of Tour 90 (340g unstrung) selling in Hong Kong.
    David
     
  8. BreakPoint

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    I believe the static weights TW has listed are for UNSTRUNG rather than strung as stated. Or else that would significantly differ from Wilson's own published specs. I believe Wilson has the Six-One Tour at 12.5oz. strung and the 95 at 12.3oz. strung.
     
  9. Coda

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    that's better...lol...I feel stupid
     
  10. Nas Eclipse

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    swingweight 90= 331 kg sq cm
    95=330 kg sq cm
     
  11. spinbalz

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    Will the racquets come with covers?
     
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    I'll try to answer all your questions... First, we don't have sample racquets, so no swingweight info yet. The demos will be available along with the racquets, which should be mid-June. The nSix-One 90 & 95 do not come with covers, but the n1 does come with cover. The nSix-One 90 is sold individually, with no discount on pairs. Hope this helps! Don/Tennis Warehouse
     
  13. spinbalz

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    Why the hell Wilson insist on not providing covers with $180 Pro staff racquets (No cover with HPS 6.1, No cover with Tour 90, and now no cover with nSix-One 90 & 95 ...)?
     
  14. BreakPoint

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    Nas Eclipse, where did you get those numbers? If they are correct, the Six-One Tour's swingweight is almost the same as the Tour 90's at 332 even though many on this board that have hit with both have mentioned that the Six-One Tour swings lighter than the Tour 90 and is noticably more maneuverable. How can that be if they both have about the same swingweight? :?
     
  15. MrHatchet87

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    I imagine, they don't supply covers because they assume that any player using a "player's racquet" would have a racquet bag to keep their racquets in. I personally never even use the covers that come with racquets.
     
  16. Nas Eclipse

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    mid west sports
     
  17. Nas Eclipse

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    its a website just put the words togeteher


    Im stupid and cant get the damn url to work.
     
  18. mach1

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    One reason could be that maybe the distribution of the weight throughout the raquet is different in the six-one tour than that of the tour 90.

    Also swingweight doesnt always tell how maneuverable a racquet is. Some 11 Ounce racquets that have a swingweight of around 330, at least with my experience, swing lighter than some 12+ ounce racquets that have less than a 330 swingweight.
     
  19. a verrry large duck

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    Man, looks like its 12.4 oz strung and 8 points HL. This is going to be one sweeeeeet stick. It'll fit between the tour 90 and the pro staff 85, might be the holy grail racket. Man, I hope the stiffness is alright on this thing.
     
  20. Keroppi

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    TW Staff, are the strung weight right? ncode tour really is 1/2 oz lighter than tour 90?
     

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