Fischer M-Comp 95

VeryVolkl

New User
I picked up two used M-Comp 95s and got to hit with them today...wow!

I bought them on a whim because I heard good things about the feel of Fischer racquets, but was a little concerned because all the descriptions and online videos I found described it as a demanding, low-powered, heavy players racquet.

The feel was great, as I expected, but I was surprised at how maneuverable and powerful the racquet was. I was getting good spin and depth with very little effort, and I had some nice pop on my serves that isn't usually there. All in all, a great racquet. I'm a 4.0 and I could see this acquet as a scalpel in the hands of a better player.
 
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mhkeuns

Hall of Fame
Very interested in this frame. How does Pacific X Feel Pro 95 compare to the Fischer M Comp 95? If I don't have issues with swinging the RF 97, would it be safe to assume that I could swing the M Comp 95 without too much problem?
 

Alex78

Hall of Fame
I've got 3 M Comp 95 - but the 295 grams version. I've leaded mine up, and I have to say I like the maneuverability of this frame as one of its best attributes. Allows for a very fast swing.
 
I have the 295 gram version. I like it but it doesn't play any better than other brands I had in the past. Strings I use are synthetic gut , so maybe I should give poly strings a change for this one.

By design / paint job (/ specs): the most beautiful racquet ever. Without a doubt.
 
unstrung specs for the light version

brand: Fischer
model: M Comp 95
weight: 295 gram / 10.4 oz
headsize: 613 cm2 / 95 sq in
balance: 325 mm
beam: flat beam 20.4 mm
length: 27.0 in
string pattern: 16 x 19 (8 mains trough the bridge)
tension: 20 - 30 kg / 45 - 65 lb

The swingstyle index is 8.2.
 
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MAXXply

Hall of Fame
Is the Vacuum Comp 95 the same frame/mold? If so, it came before the M Comp, no? I have the 320gm version that says Multifilament Winded
 

tapatio

Rookie
Different mould, M comp had a more rounded shape than the vacuum comp 95. It was also more flexible. It came 12-15 years after the vacuum comp.
Both pretty underpowered, and with a majestic feel. I also have the vacuum comp in both 330 and 320 g.
Probably my favorite racquet, If I could get a few more mph on my serve, I would use it all the time.
 

McLovin

Legend
I starting playing with the 330g version back in 2007. I absolutely loved that frame...great feel & control...and only switched after Fischer sold their business to Pacific (It wasn't clear at the time if Pacific was going to bring the mold back, and I was concerned about grommets).

Anyone who used the original knows the Fischer grommets for that frame were probably the worst ever. Seriously...you looked at the frame funny and they cracked.

Eventually Pacific did release it (X Feel Pro 95), but by then I had moved on to the Pro No 1/X Force Pro. I dabbled in the X Feel Pro a few times, but it just wasn't the same as the M-Comp.

This was also the point where I started using gut/poly, where for 20+ years I had used Kevlar/gut.
 
Without a doubt the 330 gram version is a very demanding racket. However I think it is safe to say even the 295 gram version is a demanding stick. :( Especially if you compare it to other rackets in the range of 290 - 300 gram. This is confirmed by the swingstyle index of 8.2, which is pretty high. The Pro No 1 98 (320 gram) in comparison has a swing style index of 6.6.

Piccie of the heavy version, which has a swingstyle index of 9.3.
 
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jasonwltan

New User
I know I'm a lil late in this post and pardon my ignorance, but, is every single Fischer racquet made in Austria?
 
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teachingprotx

Hall of Fame
I’ve used that Fischer before and compared to the pacific frame that it’s kinda modeled after , the Fischer was softer and more flexible so I liked it better and it looks cooler than the pacific
 

retrowagen

Hall of Fame
I know I'm a lil late in this post and pardon my ignorance, but, it's every single Fischer racquet made in Austria?
No. They were made in Austria up through some point in 1993, when Fischer outsourced its production to factories in the Czech republic, Taiwan, and ultimately, China. Their models still were marked, Fischer Austria,” but no longer “Made in Austria.”

It’s also worth noting that the proprietary Fischer “Vacuum Technic” molding process Was only done at their factory in Ried, Austria, so any frames produced elsewhere were not made with Vacuum Technic, even if the markings or model name suggest so.
 

teachingprotx

Hall of Fame
Retro ! I have a couple questions for you buddy . Ok so ya know me and my junior obsession . So the Fischer vacuum pro stich frame , it came in a junior model. Do you think at that point in time was the junior sticks actually made in Austria ? Also the magnetic Fischer’s the black and red and green frames .. were those made in Austria ?? Sorry for the novice
 

vsbabolat

G.O.A.T.
Retro ! I have a couple questions for you buddy . Ok so ya know me and my junior obsession . So the Fischer vacuum pro stich frame , it came in a junior model. Do you think at that point in time was the junior sticks actually made in Austria ? Also the magnetic Fischer’s the black and red and green frames .. were those made in Austria ?? Sorry for the novice
The magnetic Fischer racquets were made in China
 
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