dunlop biomimetic 300 tour club

I have an F300 Tour Classic, a re-painted Bio 300 Tour. Bought it for 40€ off the Bay...very underrated racquets, wonderful platforms and one of the best molds used in retail frame.
Hi! Do you think F300 Tour isn't far from Bio 300 Tour? Have a chance to buy a few cheaply – but not sure if it is better to find Bio 300 Tour – what is not so easy right now.
 
And yes, i have heared that the 4D 300 Tour is similar to the Wilson Ultra Tour than the Bio300T
Is it right? I have Wilson Ultra Tour and Aerogel 4D 300 – but they don't seem very similar. Not sure about 4D 300 Tour.
Despite the RDC readings I find Wilson Ultra Tour a bit more comfortable – however in my opinion Dunlop Aerogel 300 is more precise due its head shape.
 
I still have one around in very good condition. L3.Let me know if you're interested. Last 2 months playing with the new dunlop NT Tour 97 with WC Silverstring @ 22kg and i really liked.
So cool! Finally I found someone using NTour 97. It is really flexy frame – 58RA (18x20). I've just got mine from TWE demo program. It is 97" – which is a bit too big for me as loyal HEAD user of all kinds of 95" Prestige and 95" Radicals. I will be testing it for 2-3 hours this week.
 

vsbabolat

G.O.A.T.
Me too – pure beauty. Not so distant from PT57A mold.

Just found them local shop selling them new for 55€. I guess @vsbabolat you have many request on this forum – but
I was just wondering what were you favourite Dunlop frames both from 200 and 300 series? THX for feedback.
I love the originals IMF Max 200G and Max 300i. Of the compression molded frames MW 200G and the Aerogel 4D 300 Tour.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

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I am! Struggling to find another one. I have a Ultra Tour with the exact same specs but it’s just not the same. Something about the swing and contact that works for me with the Bio300T. If anyone know of similar frames, let me know:)
I've just come across this thread so probably way too late for you... but I believe that the Tecnifibre TFight 315 Limited (2013) 18x20 might be another racquet to consider and probably a similar, if not identical mold. Composition and feel wise, I'm not sure whether the Tecnifibre is closer to the Aerogel 4D 300 Tour or the Biomimetic 300 Tour.

I would love to buy one (either Aerogel or Biomimetic), but I have so many racquets that it's hard to justify. Furthermore, they are all versions of the PT630 by different manufacturers, and after a while, I look at my collection and it consists of the same racquet by different manufacturers... for me then it's not a collection but an obsession with one mold... my feeling might change over time... who knows...

Hope that's helped in some way.
 
I've just come across this thread so probably way too late for you... but I believe that the Tecnifibre TFight 315 Limited (2013) 18x20 might be another racquet to consider and probably a similar, if not identical mold. Composition and feel wise, I'm not sure whether the Tecnifibre is closer to the Aerogel 4D 300 Tour or the Biomimetic 300 Tour.

I would love to buy one (either Aerogel or Biomimetic), but I have so many racquets that it's hard to justify. Furthermore, they are all versions of the PT630 by different manufacturers, and after a while, I look at my collection and it consists of the same racquet by different manufacturers... for me then it's not a collection but an obsession with one mold... my feeling might change over time... who knows...
Come on! Don't blame yourself. Some people do really bad things in this world and we just simply love one mold of the tennis racket. I do love it as well. I guess I have 3-4 of Tecnifibre 315 Ltd.

What other copies do you like? I think ProKennex QTour 295g was good one.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

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Come on! Don't blame yourself. Some people do really bad things in this world and we just simply love one mold of the tennis racket. I do love it as well. I guess I have 3-4 of Tecnifibre 315 Ltd.

What other copies do you like? I think ProKennex QTour 295g was good one.
:)... You're too kind...;)

I have the original (PT630) x 2, the Radical Tours (several), the UT, Tec TFight 315 Limited (2013) in both string patterns, and the 315 DC LTD. That's already 13 racquets... then there are the Prestige versions... although not the exact mold... close enough.

The Pro Kennex Ki Q+ Tour Pro 315g looks really nice (had much better reviews than the 325, probably due to weight), the Dunlop Aerogel 300 Tour and Bio 300 Tour also look good, and I recently saw some Donnay Pentacore 18x20 Pro Stocks that look like a direct copy of the original (even have Head grips)...
 
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I have the original (PT630) x 2, the Radical Tours (several), the UT, Tec TFight 315 Limited (2013) in both string patterns, and the 315 DC LTD. That's already 13 racquets... then there are the Prestige versions... although not the exact mold... close enough.
I have two 2PT57A, dozen of prostock Radical and Prestiges, a few Prestige MP and Pro/S – and really many many retail Radicals (from Ti. and i.Radical, through favorite Microgel and Liquidmetal to 260 mold which I also like – YouTek and IG Radical). Couple of ProKennexes Q Tours, lot of freshly bought Dunlops (was lookings for stiffer frames after few years with pro stocks). And then Tecnifibre 315 Ltd. and Babolat Pure Control Tour.

So you're are not alone in this! ;)
 
Okay – I forgot about my mids. I love playing mids, however I can't be competitive enough with them any more. So I play with them for fun with sparing partners. I have two Prestige Tour 600, Liquidmetal Prestige Mid, Dunlop F100 and some others.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

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Okay – I forgot about my mids. I love playing mids, however I can't be competitive enough with them any more. So I play with them for fun with sparing partners. I have two Prestige Tour 600, Liquidmetal Prestige Mid, Dunlop F100 and some others.
I left out the mids as they are not the same mold... but I have them too... and also use them for fun and if I'm trying to improve both my footwork and technique... get my eye in. Lots of fun... love their feel, but just get easier results with the MPs... all down to me though and nothing to do with the awesome racquets.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

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You can't love such a frame. Also love IG Prestige Mid – have some new ones in case I would improve my footwork.

Nice... I have a Pro Stock IG Mid (supposedly from a Top 50 ATP player - sticker was partly cut out to hide identity) that has lead under the head guard almost all the way around, and silicone in the handle. I haven't strung it up yet due to the aforementioned large racquet collection and several injuries and medical procedures, however, I know it's going to be a beast... hopefully, I enjoy it.
 
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joohan

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I've just come across this thread so probably way too late for you... but I believe that the Tecnifibre TFight 315 Limited (2013) 18x20 might be another racquet to consider and probably a similar, if not identical mold. Composition and feel wise, I'm not sure whether the Tecnifibre is closer to the Aerogel 4D 300 Tour or the Biomimetic 300 Tour.

I would love to buy one (either Aerogel or Biomimetic), but I have so many racquets that it's hard to justify. Furthermore, they are all versions of the PT630 by different manufacturers, and after a while, I look at my collection and it consists of the same racquet by different manufacturers... for me then it's not a collection but an obsession with one mold... my feeling might change over time... who knows...

Hope that's helped in some way.
Aerogel 4D 300 Tour and Biomimetic 300 Tour are quite different. Mold most probably too, but feel is a lot different.

And yes, that’s the F300 Classic we were talking about. Prefer the Bio 300Tour paint but this one is nice, too.
 
Aerogel 4D 300 Tour and Biomimetic 300 Tour are quite different. Mold most probably too, but feel is a lot different.
I thought the mold is the same? Do you prefered Aerogel 4D 300 Tour or Bio 300 Tour?

And yes, that’s the F300 Classic we were talking about. Prefer the Bio 300Tour paint but this one is nice, too.
Good, thanks for info. Just bought 2 F300 Classics, 57€ each – it is just hard to find any Bio 300 Tour nowadays.
 
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joohan

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Not sure about the mold to be honest. Read somewhere around here that Bio 300T has a special one...

I prefer Bio 300T hands down, albeit with quite a lot of lead. Feels a lot sweeter than 4D 300T. Strange enough I liked 4D200 and 4D100 very, very much. 300T is special, though.
 

Pneumated1

Hall of Fame
I'm pretty sure the 4D 300 Tour and Bio 300 Tour shared the same mold, but I think the Bio's layup was a little stiffer. I hit the 4D 300 Tour for a few years and, looking back, regret getting rid of my pair. The frame was completely transformed by customization. If I recall, I ended up with around 10-12 grams in the head from 12 down to 4/8 and at least that much at the top of the grip. It begged for weight and responded better than probably any frame I've had to added lead.
 

RoarTT

Semi-Pro
Came from the bay today. Two brand New Bio300Tours in L3. Hit purchase as soon as i saw them up there. There's something about this racket. The Angell TC 97 18 x 20 and the Wilson Ultra Tour just can't deliver it for me. i would say the bio300t is a slightly stiffer version of the Ultra Tour. This gives it a tad more natural power, stability and even stringbed response, while the control and feel is just as good. The TC97 is even more similar, but unfortunatly the drill pattern is slightly denser, making the launch angle slightly too low for me.


 
Came from the bay today. Two brand New Bio300Tours in L3. Hit purchase as soon as i saw them up there. There's something about this racket. The Angell TC 97 18 x 20 and the Wilson Ultra Tour just can't deliver it for me. i would say the bio300t is a slightly stiffer version of the Ultra Tour. This gives it a tad more natural power, stability and even stringbed response, while the control and feel is just as good. The TC97 is even more similar, but unfortunatly the drill pattern is slightly denser, making the launch angle slightly too low for me.


They are really very well-designed rackets – both mold (thanks go to HEAD/ProKennex) and paintjob!
 

elkabras

Rookie
Paint is really amazing, one of the best I ever seen...the Muscle Weave 200G is nice too

Enviado desde mi POCOPHONE F1 mediante Tapatalk
 

Roland G

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Came from the bay today. Two brand New Bio300Tours in L3. Hit purchase as soon as i saw them up there. There's something about this racket. The Angell TC 97 18 x 20 and the Wilson Ultra Tour just can't deliver it for me. i would say the bio300t is a slightly stiffer version of the Ultra Tour. This gives it a tad more natural power, stability and even stringbed response, while the control and feel is just as good. The TC97 is even more similar, but unfortunatly the drill pattern is slightly denser, making the launch angle slightly too low for me.


Beauties
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

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Came from the bay today. Two brand New Bio300Tours in L3. Hit purchase as soon as i saw them up there. There's something about this racket. The Angell TC 97 18 x 20 and the Wilson Ultra Tour just can't deliver it for me. i would say the bio300t is a slightly stiffer version of the Ultra Tour. This gives it a tad more natural power, stability and even stringbed response, while the control and feel is just as good. The TC97 is even more similar, but unfortunatly the drill pattern is slightly denser, making the launch angle slightly too low for me.


Good score!!! Congrats.
 
I found some time to do some tests and here's my short feedback –– Head TGT260.5 and Head 291.2 – feels nice, but both twisting with lightweight setup. Dunlop Bio 300 Tour –– really quite stable, quick through air (I have leather grip which add around 5-9g in the handle) –– Dunlop PT924, AeroGel 4D 300 Tour and F300 Tour Classic – both need to wait for new strings. Radical Tour 630 – Twin Tube makes it softer, but I do prefer the first incarnation of this racket. Dunlop Bio 200 –– great racket, however I still struggle with Dunlop grip shape after years – not the case of Wilson. Graphene Touch Prestige MP –– well, the precision is still there. As well as stiffness – however it is improvement over Graphene XT. ProStaff 97 feel in PT57 mold. I also testest 293.1 with much more lead – I think I was a little bit to harsh on it. It is stiffer from retail – however not bad at all.

 
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