Dunlop AG 100 vs AG 200 16 x19

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by plus, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. plus

    plus Guest

    Can anyone compare the AG 100 with the AG 200 with the 16 x 19 string pattern? And does anyone know the precise specs of the latter? I only know that it is lighter (also unstrung) than the 18x 20 version, close to the weight of th 100. What about the SW, is that as low as the SW of the 100 too?

    Do they play kind of similar since the specs are os close?
    And how do they both compare to the 200 18x20? Which one do you prefer and why?

    Thanks for your input!
  2. 0d1n

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    Jul 8, 2006
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    I've only played the 200 16x19 so take that for what it's worth.
    The static weight is 312 grams unstrung ... so that's about 3 grams lighter than the 100 and about 10 lighter than the 18x20 200.
    It does swing very light in stock form (very light for me means it's in the Head MG Radical class when it comes to SW...). I have found that a leather grip and some 4-5 grams of lead in the head complement this racket very nicely ;).
    It does have a smallish sweet spot, but I couldn't find anything else wrong with it.
    The SW is easily modifiable (since most people would have to go UP in SW for this racket).

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