headsize

  1. M

    HEAD's old head-size measuring

    It is well known that HEAD used to overestimate their head-sizes until some years ago. The prestiges 600 were actually 89.5 or 90 in2, so ~580 cm2. The Pro Tour 630 and several Prestiges MP were listed as 98 in2 but were actually 95ers (613 cm2). It's usually said that HEAD measured the outside...
  2. ac3111

    Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus headsize

    I am interested in the Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus. My regular stick is a Six One 95 18x20. I knew that Head measured the headsize different so a 98 head is equivalent to a 95 Wilson head but I am not aware if this remains the same. If anyone knows please let me know. Thanks.
  3. WilPro

    Yonex older racquets specs

    The first racquet specs I am looking for are the headsize of older Yonex racquets such as Yonex R-2 rexplay.
  4. WilPro

    Does Federer need to go 100 sq in?

    Am I the only one who thinks Fed should go up to 100 square inch racquet head? I think he could run a few more years if he increases the headsize once more.
  5. shamaho

    how come couple of inches and 1mm make such difference in swing speed?

    Take two sticks with almost exact specs saving for: -Head size: 95 vs 97 -Beam width: 20,5 vs 21,5 mm oh... and string pattern: -18x20 (on 95) vs 16x19 (on 97) Yet when playing, the thinner n smaller (by ever so small a margin) swings so much easier and faster then the other... I would...
  6. wferdinand

    General 97-98 vs 100 sqin headsize comparsion

    A friend of mine have a mind-breaking opinion: He had Yonex EZone DR 98 285g and EZone DR 100 300g, and his experience was how hit more frame with DR 98 compared to DR 100. No, this is not a joke, but I know how this is ********. Independently from this thing I compared my (old) Head G XT...
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