Discussion in 'Racquets' started by POGO, Jun 2, 2005.
Major x-one guy forget
Which is your main stick? Great assortment here
Probably the tecnifibres really good flex
but the major x-one are coming in tomorrow pretty excited about those
Nice collection Mick! Love those K90's
Thanks. The discontinued racquets i got them from the big auction site.
Most of the Federer ones, I got them here at tennis-warehouse. I don't trust the big auction site for the Federer racquets
These are the rackets I use and randomly switch between. Both really nice to play with but, slightly frustratingly, I actually play better allround with the cheaper Prince racket. C'est la vie
Midplus,L6,4 1/2 grip sz, all 3,,the most powerful racquet ever made by Head(the ski maker),Liquidmetal,,hahaha
very nice! i have like 10 of them. the liquidmetals were my favorite
is there more than one Head?
i think he was making a joke
yeah, i thought so too. kinda gives it away ending his post with ´ha,ha,ha´
will you share the prestige pro with us?
you joking as well??? liquidmetal your favourite?
of all the prestiges?
lol i am not joking. i love them
the iprestige is superior in every way
and if we´re talking mids the ultimate weapon would be the prestige pro
(1st or 2nd gen)
for you. i prefer the LM. iprestige was stiff. i use MP.
i actually like that about the iprestige to each his own
yup yup i am on the soft flexy side
+1 for LM Prestige. Loved the flex at net, served the best of the Head MPs for me as well.
not a gear pic but thought you guys would appreciate this
played here tonight
such a good court, easy to see the ball and very comfortable on the joints.
Is that at the AO? Can't tell.. Pic is blurry.
Can't see that it says Rod Laver Arena?
oops, that question was probably geared towards me, since i have the prestige pro in my signature
haven´t posted pics in years, what´s the best/easiest way to do so?
Generally a good digital camera works pretty well. You could use 35mm film, but that might take too long as it's very difficult to find places to develop film.
Then use a service like Photo Bucket or some other online photo storage place. Then upload in a response.
It was really grainy on Tapatalk.
donnay x-platinum next to solinco pro 10.... paintjob is very similar
nice racket and that bag came with it too? WOW i think all rackets should have that
thanks, the digital camera part is clear i guess i was more inquiring about services like photobucket or tinypic, which of them you´d recommend.
The new balde 98 looks a lot like the Solinco 10 pro, and it's about the same specs, I'd love to try one solinco.
going to string it up today and test it out... good weight and feel to it when picked up. the bag it came with is very high quality... all logos and things are stitched onto it, and it is a very soft material... very high quality
craigslist find... Head Comp Tour
1/2 grip, incredible condition. made in austria and sticker on the bottom still in great shape and very clear
even the racket sleeve still has original Head logo zipper!
i love how the zipper is the logo too!
pretty cool... i couldn't believe how good of shape it was in when i got it
you going to hit with it?
I don't see why he wouldn't... Even if its just for a few minutes.
My new toy
I think I may be foaming at the mouth a bit...that racket is just too beautiful to be used in match play
I'm buying myself a BLACK Prestige for Christmas..... I will go beg on the street for money if need be.
Yeah, go work the corner for us both, will ya? LOL
man i want one too......thats not the user pics though
That's my new racket I got yesterday and did photos shot myself. It's so beautiful isn't it?
Yeah okay..... Take a picture of your studio....
I'm thinking that those pics might actually be oro's.... the strings aren't aligned perfectly.... And its strung with Babolat RPM Team.... Oro, what camera?
you took those pics???? really??
LOL! Oh you ain't right...
The camera is Canon 1Ds mk II. There's still alot fotos which I could not post here due to new user limitation. Anw, I'm going to play with this stick today.
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