Wilson Pro Staff BLX vs. BLX2

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  1. Freya

    Freya New User

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    While browsing through online tennis shops in Europe (Germany at most) I stumbled upon Wilson Pro Staff racquets (models 90, 95 & 100) with BLX2 in their name instead of BLX - what does that mean and is there any difference between BLX and BLX2?

    For example: http://www.racket24.de/index_c49-53_s4d_pg1_x20_x1.htm
     
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  2. pheonix6579

    pheonix6579 Semi-Pro

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    Basically means the 2nd generation BLX
     
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  3. Freya

    Freya New User

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    Are you sure? Because I haven't seen those BLX2 models anywhere else, except in Germany.
    Not even on Wilson official website, they have only models with BLX in their name listed.
     
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  4. Dragan

    Dragan Rookie

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    My racquet (2012 Pro Open) is being marketed in Serbia as BLX2 Pro Open, so I guess it just means second generation of BLX technology, nothing revolutionary.

    As far as I know, Wilson BLX2 Pro Open 2012 differs from previous "BLX1" generation only in paint job.

    Dragan
     
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  5. heninfan99

    heninfan99 Legend

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    No, this is because German's are organized and name things properly. :) This is to differentiate from the 2010 BLX models.
     
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  6. Freya

    Freya New User

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    Thanx for the clarification! :)
     
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