With Graphene radicals coming out, with IG take place of Microgel?

#1
What do you guys think? With the looming release of the Graphene Radicals, do you think the IG Radicals will continue to be produced at a discounted rate? We just saw the last of the liquid metals a few months ago, and the MicroGel are still available.
Personally I'm hoping we see this since there are rumors (truth) the new radicals will now be a tapered beam. It would be nice to see these replace the MicroGel and still give users the option of a flat beam radical.
 

Bartelby

Talk Tennis Guru
#2
I think the opposite of tapered is straight, not flat, but yes I can't see why they won't keep an old Radical running around.
 

LeeD

Bionic Poster
#4
All that "technology and innovation" is just a result of Head wanting a different flex level in their rackets. Newer rackets are stiffer, so need to be made stiffer thru new technology. Notice the flex ratings. They've been upping every year since MicroGel. And MicroGel still works just fine for good players.
 

IA-SteveB

Hall of Fame
#5
All that "technology and innovation" is just a result of Head wanting a different flex level in their rackets. Newer rackets are stiffer, so need to be made stiffer thru new technology. Notice the flex ratings. They've been upping every year since MicroGel. And MicroGel still works just fine for good players.
I am not a good player and I love my Microgel. haha
 

LeeD

Bionic Poster
#6
Neither am I.
But I like the MicroGelMid.
I happen to play with the Dunlop4D300's, but they are just 3 points stiffer than MGMids, and I got 2 new ones strung for almost the price of one MicroGelMid.
 
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