Babolat PURE DRIVE VS 2019

I used to think the same way. I don't any more.

For Singles play, young kids need to develop "weapons" as soon as possible. That means a Big Serve, and a Big Forehand, and great court movement. The "variety" shots can be developed later on as an addition to the weapons as required

Without weapons, the player's ceiling is limited. That is fine if the player doesn't aspire to play at really high levels. But for any player that does, weapons are the key. If the player doesn't have a huge serve and a huge forehand by the time they are 18yo, they are unlikely to get to Professional Level. (And don't get me started with the Mental side of the game!)

And for players who aspire to very high levels, winning every match is important? Why? The more successful the player is early on, the more attention they will attract from organisations and people that can smooth their path to the higher levels of the sport. The only caveat here is that player's appreciate the value of the odd loss in that a loss is not a failure but a learning experience. Junior players that "get that" will go a long way.

And ... the smartest players understand that they never "Peak". Even Roger Federer continues to work on improving his game. That is a great lesson for all of us.

Back OT, full beds of poly string will enhance the potency of the weapons.
I agree, a full bed of poly gives pop - but not sure if it creates weapons for 11 year olds that a hybrid can't. I would blame technique if that is the case. I don't believe you can take feel out of the game if you want to be a good player - it's too important. It can also help kids feel more confident in certain shots. Also, if you aren't old enough to swing a heavier racquet, then you can do damage to your arm. Why? Because lighter racquets can cause arm issues AND poly is another element that can cause arm issues. Also, the kids that are at the top at 11 are usually not the kids at the top in the 16s - with a few exceptions of course. I'm just saying 11 is too young IMO - 13 is more like it. I've coached my son (17) to the national level and he will be playing in college next year. Not saying I'm right, but it's worked for me.
 
Specs were printed at the top of the hoop on the one I hit with this week. I thought it had better control than standard PD but I didn't really find it to be anything special. Was very fast swinging but felt a bit unstable against pace. Still feels pretty stiff and there really was no forgiveness outside the sweetspot, even with the hybrid setup it was strung with. I put it down after 1.5 sets and it didn't hold a candle to the DR98 I went back to. Would have been cool if this model had been 310g unstrung and a lower 60s RA. As is, too stiff for me and wasn't a major upgrade from standard PD.
 
Specs were printed at the top of the hoop on the one I hit with this week. I thought it had better control than standard PD but I didn't really find it to be anything special. Was very fast swinging but felt a bit unstable against pace. Still feels pretty stiff and there really was no forgiveness outside the sweetspot, even with the hybrid setup it was strung with. I put it down after 1.5 sets and it didn't hold a candle to the DR98 I went back to. Would have been cool if this model had been 310g unstrung and a lower 60s RA. As is, too stiff for me and wasn't a major upgrade from standard PD.
Oops, good call on the specs, I see them now! I edited my post
 
I'm going to hit with it again tonight. I was lucky enough to be able to string it to my specs even though it is a demo. I went a bit lower to 48 with Tour Bite 16L. I think if you are used to stiff racquets then this is more comfortable. I'm used to the 2015 Pure Drive which is 72 RA. This is 68 and I can feel the difference as it is more comfortable to swing. I'll post later - maybe my impressions will change the second time I pick it up.
 
So I brought out the PDVS again tonight for my second test drive. I played with a great player that is very consistent and we drilled from the baseline and then played some baseline games and finished with serving some points. The first 20 minutes it felt like I was ahead of the ball a bit. I can swing this racquet faster even though it is a bit heavier than the Pure Drive, due to the thinner frame. After the first 20 minutes I started to really go after the ball and was rewarded with quite a bit of pace and spin. If you transfer your body weight into the ball you can really generate a ton of pace. If you catch the ball behind you, there isn't the easy power of the PD to bail you out - you have to adjust. The feel is much better than the PD as you are more connected to the frame. I really love volleying with this racquet. My practice partner hits really hard (we are both 5.0s) and I was able to maneuver the racquet more quickly at the net than the PD. All in all, it is exactly what I thought it would be. Closer to a players frame with more control and feel, less stiff, but also less power. I was able to generate a lot of power though and I could hit a better spin serve because my racquet head speed was better. The flat serve had plenty of oomph too. The main reason I was so anxious to use this racquet is because it is less stiff than the 2015 PD by quite a bit and my shoulder had been bothering me a bit when I played the last several months. My arm felt fine the whole time and I feel no pain at all.
 
I'm just saying 11 is too young IMO - 13 is more like it.
I don't think chronological age is pertinent. How well the player is developed physically at a given age is the important thing.

I've seen 11yo with the bodies of 15yos. I've seen 14yos with bodies of 11yos. There is no standardised approach tied to chronological age.

Also, the kids that are at the top at 11 are usually not the kids at the top in the 16s
That is not the case where I live. For the most part, the boys who were dominating Tournaments and Rankings at 11yo are still doing so at 16yo. At least the ones who continue to play tennis.

I've coached my son (17) to the national level and he will be playing in college next year.
That's Great. It sounds like he really enjoys his tennis. Aspiring to play at D1 College Level and then getting there is a great achievement.

Not saying I'm right, but it's worked for me.
And THAT is the most important point of all. There is no one size fits all approach regardless of what Tennis Coaches or Equipment suppliers say.

We all have to find our own way for ourselves, and for those we teach.

Good Luck to You :)
 
I finally got a chance to try out the PDVS today. This morning, I practiced with my wife(3.5 too). I found a higher launch trajectory(compared to my Pure Strike 16x19) led to my shots being deeper, close to the baseline. I was warming her up for a match she had and thus didn't get to go for my shots. Tonight, I play in my club's singles night against a 4.0 player. I started with the PDVS. Serves were nice, more power than the PS for sure, with good spin. Slices worked well. Volley were solid but lacking touch. My forehand was not in a groove though. I was hitting long a lot. I've also had to take a few weeks off from tennis due to TE(yes, not the best time to be trying a PD racquet). I was broken on my first service game, down 5-3, I broke back but failed to consolidate, lost 6-4.

In the second set, I went back to my modified Pure Strike(a few strips of lead at 3/9). My forehand really got in a groove again and was able to be more consistent and hit heavy pace that my opponent wasn't able to handle as well. My serve was more consistent as well, even had a 4 unreturned-serves service game. Tied at 4-4, I broke his serve, but again failed to hold mine, was on serve at 5-6 when time ran out. I think I'm going to give my time to try the PDVS but definitely will be using my PS for this weekend USTA match.
 
Finally got to hit with mine last night. It plays slightly softer and lower powered than PD but still felt like a PD but with more feel and control. I preferred hitting most shots with it over my 2015 PD that I've been playing with and overall played better with it.

A little about me, I played in HS and a year of D2 in college, mainly singles. Since that time, I have continued playing but less competitive and mostly doubles. I have not played in any USTA leagues so I don't have an official ranking, but I would probably consider myself a 4.0-4.5.

Last year I got a lot more interested in tennis again. With that, I started playing more frequently, started stringing, and started the search for a new stick. Previously, I had been playing with Prince O3 Tours. Over the course of the last year, I have demoed and/or owned the following:

Babolat: PA, PD 2015 & 2018, PS Project One7 16x19
Wilson: CV Blade 16x19 & 18x20, 2015 Blade 16x19, Ultra 100
Tecnifibre: Tflash PS300

Out of all of those, the racquet I kept going back to was the 2015 PD. I just found it the best fit for the type of tennis I play the majority of the time these days which is social doubles and usually against what I would consider 3.5-4.0's. The aspects I disliked was being over powered, stiff so it lacked feel, and against heavy hitters I felt like it lacked stability at times and I would get pushed around.

I found the transition from the 2015 PD to the PD VS to be seamless. My groundstrokes were more consistent, I had more control over my volleys, and I felt like I was able to hit spots better on serve. Even though it's only slightly lower RA, to me it was noticeable. The one aspect yet to be determined is how it will stand up to some bigger hitters that hit a heavy ball.

It seems as though most people have a love/hate relationship with the PD. So if you've never liked the PD in the past, I suspect you won't like this frame either because it still very much plays like a PD. But if you were like me and liked the PD, but just found it slightly overpowered and stiff, I would certainly recommend giving the PD VS a try.
 
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I thought I would add some additional thoughts on how I think this racquet compares to the PS Project One7 16x19. I spent a lot of time with the PS in the past year. Based on specs and all the rave reviews, I wanted to love the PS. I tried convincing myself over and over I just needed to give it more time, but I never could get along with it.

Even though the PS is rated at a lower RA, I found it to play extremely stiff. To me it felt like hitting with a board. Even though the PD VS has a higher listed RA, it plays softer to me.

I also found the PS to have a really small sweet spot and was not forgiving, whereas the PD VS was similiar to the regular PD in regards to having a large sweet spot and being more forgiving.

But probably my biggest struggle with the PS was the low launch angle and inability to lift low balls. When chasing down a drop shot for example, I found it nearly impossible to be able to get those types of shots to clear the net. The launch angle of the PD VS on the other hand is similiar to the PD, which just works better for my game.
 
I thought I would add some additional thoughts on how I think this racquet compares to the PS Project One7 16x19. I spent a lot of time with the PS in the past year. Based on specs and all the rave reviews, I wanted to love the PS. I tried convincing myself over and over I just needed to give it more time, but I never could get along with it.

Even though the PS is rated at a lower RA, I found it to play extremely stiff. To me it felt like hitting with a board. Even though the PD VS has a higher listed RA, it plays softer to me.

I also found the PS to have a really small sweet spot and was not forgiving, whereas the PD VS was similiar to the regular PD in regards to having a large sweet spot and being more forgiving.

But probably my biggest struggle with the PS was the low launch angle and inability to lift low balls. When chasing down a drop shot for example, I found it nearly impossible to be able to get those types of shots to clear the net. The launch angle of the PD VS on the other hand is similiar to the PD, which just works better for my game.
I found that with the lower angle of the PS, I was able to hit full swings with lots of topspin without fear of the ball going long.
 
I found the transition from the 2015 PD to the PD VS to be seamless. My groundstrokes were deeper and more consistent, I had more control over my volleys, and I don't think I had a double fault all night when serving. Even though it's only slightly lower RA, to me it was very noticeable. I could actually feel the ball dwell on the stringbed, which I never felt with the regular PD. The one aspect yet to be determined is how it will stand up to some bigger hitters that hit a heavy ball.

It seems as though most people have a love/hate relationship with the PD. So if you've never liked the PD in the past, I suspect you won't like this frame either because it still very much plays like a PD. But if you were like me and liked the PD, but just found it slightly overpowered and stiff, I would certainly recommend giving the PD VS a try.[/QUOTE]

I couldn't agree with you more regarding the VS. It has better feel and a bit less power, but it does have plenty of power IMO. One thing that you mentioned - the RA being close, it really isn't with the Pure Drive 2015 which I was also using. That RA was 72 and the VS RA is 68. Very noticeable IMO. I also agree with your assessment of the Pure Strike - I really wanted to love it but it just wasn't for me. The low balls that were hit with a lot of pace were tough for me to pick up. I'm going to try it one more time with my string setup. The one shot that I thought was amazing for the PS is the serve. I could really bomb some serves without too much effort. As for the VS with heavy hitters, I could get the VS around faster than the PD and return the pace and then some. The only shot that I thought was tougher than the PD was when I was stretched and had to hit a squash shot to get back in the point. Mine mostly landed in the net or short. I'll need to figure that one out if I buy these.

I've been using a Pure Drive for 15 years and the VS just felt right and was softer to boot, which is why I was considering a new frame to begin with. My shoulder has been through many years of very stiff racquets and it's ready for a change, albeit a small one. If you have been using more flexible racquets you probably won't like this one. If you have been using stiff Babolat frames I would give it a test drive.
 
Just got my demo PD VS yesterday. I added about 10 grams of weight to 3 and 9 positions. Which brings it to 330 grams. My current racquet, Prestige S weighs in at 335, which I still cannot find any racquet to compare with this. I'm probably a 4.5 USTA, don't play a lot of USTA league play, so don't have a true rating. I'm a baseliner player, with a hard, heavy, and consistent forehand/backhand. Modern style player. So excited to see how it plays.

So at stock, just a little too light for me. I'll take the lead off when my son try's it. Also want my son try the new Wilson Clash in two weeks, to see which he prefers. I will give some feedback after I hit this morning.
 
12 out of 14 sets won with the PD VS and still going strong. It's such a versatile racquet that I've had success both in singles and doubles with it. I made a comment previously that it was a little too light and there could be some instability issue against hard hitters at net, but the more I play with it, I don't find that a problem at all. It's a surprisingly solid racquet to volley with. Overall, it just does everything so well but doesn't exceed at any one thing like massive spin of the PA or power of the PD. It's simply a very well balanced racquet. Not since the Babolat Pure Control Tour have I been able to smack the hell out of the ball and not be afraid of it sailing long. People are probably wondering why the need for a PD VS when there's already a Pure Strike. Because the PD VS is just easier to pick up and play with and I honestly felt that it's a more comfortable racquet despite the higher stiffness rating. There's something about the stiffness of the hoop of the PS that I can't seem to gel with. I find the PS more sluggish than its suggested sw. Whereas, the PD VS is very fast and maneuverable around the court. I've had arm problems in the past with the PD and so I'm extra careful and sensitive with the PD VS. There were a couple of times where my arm did feel a bit sore afterward but mostly has been uneventful. It's the only thing holding me back from switching to this racquet completely. I guess only time will tell.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
12 out of 14 sets won with the PD VS and still going strong. It's such a versatile racquet that I've had success both in singles and doubles with it. I made a comment previously that it was a little too light and there could be some instability issue against hard hitters at net, but the more I play with it, I don't find that a problem at all. It's a surprisingly solid racquet to volley with. Overall, it just does everything so well but doesn't exceed at any one thing like massive spin of the PA or power of the PD. It's simply a very well balanced racquet. Not since the Babolat Pure Control Tour have I been able to smack the hell out of the ball and not be afraid of it sailing long. People are probably wondering why the need for a PD VS when there's already a Pure Strike. Because the PD VS is just easier to pick up and play with and I honestly felt that it's a more comfortable racquet despite the higher stiffness rating. There's something about the stiffness of the hoop of the PS that I can't seem to gel with. I find the PS more sluggish than its suggested sw. Whereas, the PD VS is very fast and maneuverable around the court. I've had arm problems in the past with the PD and so I'm extra careful and sensitive with the PD VS. There were a couple of times where my arm did feel a bit sore afterward but mostly has been uneventful. It's the only thing holding me back from switching to this racquet completely. I guess only time will tell.
I don’t know about the need because it is just easy to pick up and play with. The PS and PD are both super easy to pick up and play. I can’t see how anyone would complain of how simple they are to use.
 
The more I play with this frame, the more I like it....I finally played some actual points - played some doubles last night against two kids out of college (5.5 and 5.0) and it held up just fine! I'm really surprised by the stability of the frame - it's soo solid, even at the relatively light weight that mine is customized to (around 333g with everything). I think as the strings have loosen up some, I've started to enjoy the frame even more...if you're doing full poly, I would definitely start under 50 lbs, and go from there....

I might have to seriously consider switching to this racquet....
 
Just got my demo PD VS yesterday. I added about 10 grams of weight to 3 and 9 positions. Which brings it to 330 grams. My current racquet, Prestige S weighs in at 335, which I still cannot find any racquet to compare with this. I'm probably a 4.5 USTA, don't play a lot of USTA league play, so don't have a true rating. I'm a baseliner player, with a hard, heavy, and consistent forehand/backhand. Modern style player. So excited to see how it plays.

So at stock, just a little too light for me. I'll take the lead off when my son try's it. Also want my son try the new Wilson Clash in two weeks, to see which he prefers. I will give some feedback after I hit this morning.

Hit with it this morning, and hated the feel of the racquet. No crisp ball pocketing, no feel or power at all. However, I do not think it was the racquet. It was strung with Babolat Addiction 16G at 57 lbs, which are the worst strings and I cannot hit with them. Having it restrung with RPM Blast 17 g, 55 lbs. Try again this weekend with new strings.
 
Hit with it this morning, and hated the feel of the racquet. No crisp ball pocketing, no feel or power at all. However, I do not think it was the racquet. It was strung with Babolat Addiction 16G at 57 lbs, which are the worst strings and I cannot hit with them. Having it restrung with RPM Blast 17 g, 55 lbs. Try again this weekend with new strings.
I would go slightly lower than normal with this racquet since it is a 98 head if you are coming from a 100. To me, any racquet with is RA should be under 50 to get the most out of it. Babolat even recommends not going over 53 if you use a full bed of poly. I suspect you will not like this racquet at 55 with RPM. I strung it at 48 with Solinco Tour Bite and it feels very comfortable to play with. When I first picked it up it had a multi in it at 55 and I didn't like it at all.
 
Just tried my demo of the PDVS. I usually use the PD+ and I love it for serving but it feels sluggish on returns and too powerful in rallies sometimes.

The PD VS was still super effective on serve...plenty of spin and power. Lots of aces. Forehands were quicker, able to hit shorter angled winners and more consistent and confident in longer rallies. Slightly less depth and less heavy of a ball though compared to my leaded up PD+. Returns were much better... no longer late on fast serves. Volleys were mostly great except for the few I hit in the top of the hoop...maybe because I'm used to 27.5? Those totally died off the racquet. I strung it with hyperG 17 at 52lbs and the first 2-3 crosses feel boardy. I would go 50lbs next time.
I still like my PD+ so I'm going to give it a few more hits... But after 1 session I'm already considering switching.
 
Will there be an extended length version of this coming out soon?
You can just purchase a standard length one and extend it yourself with a third party butt-cap.

I don't get why so many get so obsessed with extended length versions of racquets. Any standard length racquet can be easily extended.
 

Rabe87

Professional
You can just purchase a standard length one and extend it yourself with a third party butt-cap.

I don't get why so many get so obsessed with extended length versions of racquets. Any standard length racquet can be easily extended.
Well some of us want to extend racquets that are already extended..
 

Rabe87

Professional
Particularly Bab frames because the XL versions are not elongated in the handle like Yonex frames, so extending a 27.5inch Bab won't make the handle look enormous.
 
I would go slightly lower than normal with this racquet since it is a 98 head if you are coming from a 100. To me, any racquet with is RA should be under 50 to get the most out of it. Babolat even recommends not going over 53 if you use a full bed of poly. I suspect you will not like this racquet at 55 with RPM. I strung it at 48 with Solinco Tour Bite and it feels very comfortable to play with. When I first picked it up it had a multi in it at 55 and I didn't like it at all.
I agree with this - don’t go above 50 with this frame...
 
Are Babs slightly elongated in the throat? I've held an XL PD before and it didn't look like the handle was overly long, maybe the standard length PD's have a really short handle?
I don't understand what you're asking.

If you look up how racquets are made you will see that in all cases the length of the racquet is established by cutting down the handle to proper length.
XL frames are basically done by cutting lower/leaving more handle length.
The molds for standard and xl versions are identical - the layup and lead placement in the handle may differ though.
 
Today I brought the PDVS and the Pure Strike out for another spin. This time I used my son's Pure Strike which I had strung. What a huge difference. It felt like a really comfortable Pure Drive (my racquet for the last 15 years). Now I'm really torn. The reason for my switch is to play with a more comfortable racquet and save my shoulder from injury. I was able to get a ton of spin with the Pure Strike (50lbs with Tour Bite) and it felt better on my shoulder. I feel like I've adjusted pretty quickly to the PDVS and can get more racquet head speed with it compared to the PD. There are shots where it feels a bit less stable - like off center volleys and shots that I can't get my legs into. I like it on the serve, but the PS was amazing on the serve.

What was confirmed was the string setup makes all the difference in the world when play testing. If you keep one variable the same, make sure it is the string - same tension and same string. I didn't like the PDVS when I demo'd it with what it came with, a 54lb multi. I also wasn't crazy about the PS with a poly that was too tight for me. Once I put in Solinco Tour Bite at 48lbs in the PDVS and used my son's PS at 50, I could then, and only then, compare which is better. I'll take them out one more time and make a decision. I really like them both.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Today I brought the PDVS and the Pure Strike out for another spin. This time I used my son's Pure Strike which I had strung. What a huge difference. It felt like a really comfortable Pure Drive (my racquet for the last 15 years). Now I'm really torn. The reason for my switch is to play with a more comfortable racquet and save my shoulder from injury. I was able to get a ton of spin with the Pure Strike (50lbs with Tour Bite) and it felt better on my shoulder. I feel like I've adjusted pretty quickly to the PDVS and can get more racquet head speed with it compared to the PD. There are shots where it feels a bit less stable - like off center volleys and shots that I can't get my legs into. I like it on the serve, but the PS was amazing on the serve.

What was confirmed was the string setup makes all the difference in the world when play testing. If you keep one variable the same, make sure it is the string - same tension and same string. I didn't like the PDVS when I demo'd it with what it came with, a 54lb multi. I also wasn't crazy about the PS with a poly that was too tight for me. Once I put in Solinco Tour Bite at 48lbs in the PDVS and used my son's PS at 50, I could then, and only then, compare which is better. I'll take them out one more time and make a decision. I really like them both.
Any difference in the level of comfort PS vs PDVS?
 
I would go slightly lower than normal with this racquet since it is a 98 head if you are coming from a 100. To me, any racquet with is RA should be under 50 to get the most out of it. Babolat even recommends not going over 53 if you use a full bed of poly. I suspect you will not like this racquet at 55 with RPM. I strung it at 48 with Solinco Tour Bite and it feels very comfortable to play with. When I first picked it up it had a multi in it at 55 and I didn't like it at all.

What a difference. Strung it with RPM Blast at 55, and loved the feel of the stick. Great control and pocketing. Needs more time to hit with it, but man, strings really do make a huge difference.
 
What a difference. Strung it with RPM Blast at 55, and loved the feel of the stick. Great control and pocketing. Needs more time to hit with it, but man, strings really do make a huge difference.
To each his own, but not sure why anyone would use a poly at a tension that minimizes snap back which gives the ball power and control at the same time.
 
What to do...

PDVS - power, serve, maneuverability ... will my arm/shoulder hold up?
Clash Tour - comfort, ?TBD
Yonex VCP 97 - 310 (played well with this 2nd time around)
Trusty Blade CV 16 x 19 - best of all worlds

I do get concerned about the Clash on serve - the best stick I've played with was the Prince Tour 100 16 x 18 - but not many free points... but could grind.

Retiring the UTs after a year and the reality that i could use some pop.

Anyone else struggling with these types of decisions ?
 

JOSHL

Professional
What to do...

PDVS - power, serve, maneuverability ... will my arm/shoulder hold up?
Clash Tour - comfort, ?TBD
Yonex VCP 97 - 310 (played well with this 2nd time around)
Trusty Blade CV 16 x 19 - best of all worlds

I do get concerned about the Clash on serve - the best stick I've played with was the Prince Tour 100 16 x 18 - but not many free points... but could grind.

Retiring the UTs after a year and the reality that i could use some pop.

Anyone else struggling with these types of decisions ?
Every single day
 

Gemini

Hall of Fame
I just received a demo last night. I won't be able to hit until this weekend unfortunately.

First observations--while the cosmetic is very nice I personally would have preferred a more matte finish. It's strung with a Prince 16g synthetic gut. I also took a couple of measurements -- 312g and 32.5 cm. So lighter and more headlight than the published spec which means the swing weight will be lower as well. Overall, not the best pre-hit first impression, but it does leave a bigger opening for customization than originally expected.
 
I just received a demo last night. I won't be able to hit until this weekend unfortunately.

It's strung with a Prince 16g synthetic gut. I also took a couple of measurements -- 312g and 32.5 cm. So lighter and more headlight than the published spec which means the swing weight will be lower as well. Overall, not the best pre-hit first impression, but it does leave a bigger opening for customization than originally expected.
I feel that the published specs on the tw website seem more in line with a poly string setup.
The syn guts & multi strings will lead to a lighter static weight more headlight balance.
Maybe if strung with a poly it will closer to the listed specs.
 

Gemini

Hall of Fame
I feel that the published specs on the tw website seem more in line with a poly string setup.
The syn guts & multi strings will lead to a lighter static weight more headlight balance.
Maybe if strung with a poly it will closer to the listed specs.
Could be. I'm going to re-string with my go-to string of Solinco Revolution 17 after the first outing this weekend. I know that I could never play this racquet stock so this frame will definitely end up at least 340g & a swing weight of 340.
 

dgoran

Hall of Fame
Damn had to get it as a long time pure drive admirer. Pj is out of this world and one of the goat pjs I have ever seen.
I at least buy and give each pure drive gen a try but it has always proved too much for my wrist...

Currently playing really rarely but last time I was out there new pure aero really allowed me to stay competitive even when not playing for months at a time.

If this one is as comfortable as new pure aero with tiny bit more control I’m all in...

Btw Got two free Alu power string with this purchase so I feel little better about it’s ridiculous price. I feel that it should have been wrapped in gold wristbands instead of this Velcro crap or at least pop sensor
 
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