Wilson PS nSeven-One - Anyone?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by PSO67, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. PSO67

    PSO67 New User

    Dec 22, 2005
    A good offer at local dealer,but the specs on the racquet look stange - balance 30,0 cm - 13 pts HH. Yes, 13 it says on the sticker! Typing error?

    Has anyone tried the racquet, feels quite good in hand? No information however on the Wilson Website. Also, no test racquet available so any comments will be appreciated!
  2. bought two Wilson nCode n7.1 from German company

    I am the proud owner of 2 WILSON ncode N7.1 racquets!http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
    a)the specs on the racquet are true!
    the racquet weight is 312 gr. - an ideal weight --the balance of 30.0 cm
    is good for serve and volley players but not for baseliners--I am a baseliner so I put lead at 3 and 9 o' clock and now I have the ideal racket!
    the racquet feels great with a bit lead at 3 and 9 o ' clock.
    now it has the weight I like and the balance I like.
    I can reach very high ball speeds with this racquet.
    Comparing the Wilson n7.1 with the Babolat Aero Pro Control (I played the Bab APC and still sometimes play with it)
    1)The Babolat APC is better at producing spin.
    2)The Babolat APC is a bit more forgiving and has a bigger sweetspot.
    3)The Babolat is stiffer-- nearly too stiff.
    4)The Babolat APC is heavier.
    5)The Wilson allows higher ball speeds with a bit less spin.
    6)Precision is about the same.
    7)The Wilson n7.1 is better for your arm
    8)Last year I tried the nBlade and I think that the Wilson n7.1 is
    better because it is as precise as the nBlade but produces more
    ball speed.
    9)Serving :The Bab produces a bit more
    top spin and allows a good kick serve.
    10)With the Wilson n7.1 it's easy to have good serves with high
    ball speeds--the same situation:higher ball speed,same precision as with the Babolat APC but slightly less top-spin!
    11)Bought the Wilson on **** from a German company called "Comido"
    The price of each racquet was about 80 € instead of the normal price of 190€. .Very cheap!!
    As much as I know:The Wilson ncode n7.1 seems to be a special edition.
    But a very good special edition if you put a bit lead at 3 and 9 o' clock!
    I hope I could help you---Greetings from Austria Europe!http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
  3. knasty131

    knasty131 Professional

    Feb 17, 2005
    Killeen, Tx
    if you buy it and dont like it...i will gladly buy it from you...my main racket was the HPS 7.1 for several years and I would love to try this one out...just in case, my email is duey 131 @ yahoo . com (without the spaces)

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