wut kinda n sxone 95 is mine?

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  1. Andy Roddick

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    can u identify this? my n six one 95 has the W sign on just top of the grip. The small one. That is in silver. and on the specs it says its 11.7 Oz (333 grams) Is this n sixone 95 in usa or is it a team/
     
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  2. azak

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    Oh my friend... You have the same version I have. I opened a thread a few days ago because I was worried about the originallity of the racket.

    Dont worry, that's only the version that is NOT from US.
     
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  3. azak

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    I leave you the pic of my racket, tell me if its this the "W" that are you talkin about.

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  4. Andy Roddick

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    yes that is it
     
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  5. Andy Roddick

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    is this fake? where is this from? I am worried
     
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  6. Andy Roddick

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    is this lighter or any differnt from other n sixone 95s? whats the deal? where are these from?Are they fake? real?
     
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  7. azak

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  8. Andy Roddick

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    if its now from the US, where is it from then? what do u mean not us version? dey didnt design it? or wut country AAHHHH im paranoid
     
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  9. BreakPoint

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    Gee, I never would have guessed. :p LOL.
     
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  10. azak

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    All countries get the Wilson nCode nSix-One 95 16x18 from China. And all the Wilson nCode nSix-One 95 16x18 are designed in the USA.

    But... There're different PaintJob versions. Thats all. I guarantee you.
     
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  11. Andy Roddick

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    how come my n sixone 95 doesnt feel like the real weight. It is VERY light.
     
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  12. gscone

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    Andy- Congrats on finally being able to afford and get an ncode. About time after all the posts you made. Good Luck.
     
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  13. p3k

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    it not fake, andy, don't worry all you have to think about now is getting your game better with this beauty. good luck.
     
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  14. azak

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    When I bought my Intelligence Radical (with I selled because It was NOT the same iRadical that 4 years ago.... or fake) I noticed TOO MUCH light too.

    But let me tell you: If the racket is not strung, there's your answer. Besides, 333 gr is not what it seems after all... Not soooo heavy.

    Tell me, did you demo the racket before? Or this is the first time you have ab nSix-One in your hands? Where did you buy it?
     
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  15. Andy Roddick

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    the weird thing is the silver one feels to be heavier from the original one which i demoed.
     
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  16. azak

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    But didn't you sayed that the silver one felt lighter?

    Or did i read wrong?
     
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  17. Andy Roddick

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    ya thats wut i mean. the silver one feels lighter
     
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  18. Andy Roddick

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    why does the silver one feel lighter? differently made?
     
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  19. azak

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    Are both racket strung? With the same string?
     
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  20. Andy Roddick

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    yup the stamina 16
     
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  21. Andy Roddick

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    is thre a chance that our racquets are differently constructed too?
     
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  22. azak

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    I don't know I think I can't help no more, maybe you can talk with anybody who has both versions, like someone who posted on my thread, look at it, I dont remember the nick.

    I feel the racket heavy, like I should.
     
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  23. Andy Roddick

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    please help you n six-one 95 owners. both silver and black W
     
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  24. CodeBlue

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    You say that your frame feels lighter than the frame you demo'd. How long ago did you demo the frame? I know you've been talking about it for what seems like months now. Perhaps your recollection of the feeling of the demo frame is inaccurate.

    Please take the frame to the local post office and weigh it. Then, determine the balance point of the frame. Use objective measurements to determine if it is light or heavy. If, after measuring, you believe that the racquet is not within normal tolerances for quality control, contact Wilson. I don't think anyone here is going to be able to help you.

    Ryan
     
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  25. adamc637

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    Maybe you have gained strength too. You're probably pretty young, so growing people gain muscle.

    I'm sure someone at your local park (or even your tennis shop) will have one you can compare to.
     
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  26. D-man

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    i thought peeps said the asian version is lighter as often the case
     
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  27. Andy Roddick

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    oh any store can weigh and test if the racquet is original and normal?
     
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  28. crazylevity

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    Indeed that is so. I tend to find the US version too heavy and the Asian too light...so I get the Asian and lead it up. :)
     
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  29. Andy Roddick

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    how come the black W ones are 332 unstrung and new silver ones are 333?
     
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  30. nViATi

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    that's like no difference. all racquets have different specs. they aren't all the same. just stop nitpicking and play with your new racquet.
     
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  31. Andy Roddick

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    but wut ifitsfake???lol
     
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  32. BreakPoint

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    Then you'll lose every match you ever play with it. Whereas, if you had gotten the real one, you would have won every single match you played with it, including destroying Roger Federer in next year's Wimbledon final. ;) LOL.
     
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  33. Andy Roddick

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    but how can utell if its fake? also, b4how people said my n sixone95 which is the silver w box, is the only one not from the US. Where is it from then? cuz it says its made from us. "designed in us" it says on the inside of throat
     
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  34. BreakPoint

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    All Wilson racquets are made in China. Take a look at your butt cap.
     
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  35. andfor

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    You can tell it's fake if it has the W sign on just top of the grip. The small one. That is in silver. and on the specs it says its 11.7 Oz (333 grams)
















    Just kidding! :D

    It's not fake. The only way to tell for sure is to send it to Wilson and let them tell you. Otherwise you're just guessing. I doubt anyone is trying to make counterfits of that particular racquet. It would be tantamount to counterfiting $1 bills. I suggest forgetting about it and just go play tennis.
     
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  36. ShooterMcMarco

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    did you happen to take psychology classes ryan? i learned about that too, having inaccurate recollections. however with our friend andy here, i was thinking something along the lines of a placebo effect with the silver W
     
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