Discussion in 'Racquets' started by tare1991, Jun 14, 2008.
which racquet is better of the two?
Depends on your game really.
how would i go about choosing one?
Tell us a little more about your game, about your level, etc. We'll recommend you some frames, and you demo them. Choose whichever one you like most.
BTW, the n6 IMHO was one of the worst frames ever. I absolutely hated it. Then again, I had a friend who absolutely loved it.
The nFury is very flexible with an RA 50. Are you looking at the nFury on nFury Two? Apparently the nFury is more powerful than the n6.2 and is recommended for players with medium length strokes. The n6.2 is recommended for folks with longer strokes.
I haven't played with either one, though I have a friend that has the n6.2. He probably would have been better off with the nFury though as he makes a ton of mistakes volleying/forehanding/backhanding/slicing you name it. I guess he was seduced by the skunk paintjob.
I think he's talking about the original n6, which was a pos.
nfury midplus is probably the lowest powered frame you can buy. it is so light and so flexy, that no power is gained on contact.
i played on a highschool tennis team. i was bottom of jv. not really good haha. i think i would be around a level 3-4 using NTRP standards.
the nFury i got doesn't tell me which one. all i know is it's a oversize 110" length 27.25" its the blue black and white one.
I would recoment the n six at the moment FTR./
ok. cause they were both on sale. the n6 cost 49.99 w/o tax. and i got the nfury for 43bucks after tax
Where did you get them? I wonder if they have anything else on sale..
The president and founder of the Cheap Player's Club definately sounds interested
the nFUry was at sports authority. the n6 at big 5. its over now they're back to regular price of like 119 and something.
they randomly have sales on rackets i just look at the ads.
I've seen the nFury before. It has a nice paint job. Part of me is curious to mess with a very flexible racquet. For as long as it's not like a cheapie Prince Powerline racquet I once had. The throat warped after a couple of months. And I was hitting the crap out of the ball just to get the ball in as it was quite low-powered.
i hit with it on tuesday. it seems pretty good i liked the feel of it
I bought the 100 sq in Nfurry for my daughter to start playing with since it was very light weight and had some room for customization as she grew. I have hit with it some and it did not lack power. I could absolutely bomb serves with this racquet and my forehands had very good pace as well. I think it would make a great starter racquet with room to grow as your game gets better.
I agree from personal experience. THE LOWEST POWERED racquet I have ever played with in stock form. Not for beginners.
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