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  1. #1

    and here I go... bought a Wilson K Six One 95 :p

    Saw the price come down at the tennisware house and bought it on a whimp.

    Was wanting to do the hybird string thing (Babola Hurricane Pro tour 17 + Wilson NXT 17) US tenniswarehouse run out of stock for the racket itself (4 1/4 grip)

    So bought it in the tenniswarehouse Australia instead.... AUD$50 more and stock sensation string instead. But yeah, what the hell

    Probably will buy the Dunlop 4D 300 next month....

    On no.... the sport equipment shopping sphere starts again.... (I tend to do it a lot whenever I hook onto a game!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by andylo View Post
    Saw the price come down at the tennisware house and bought it on a whimp.

    Was wanting to do the hybird string thing (Babola Hurricane Pro tour 17 + Wilson NXT 17) US tenniswarehouse run out of stock for the racket itself (4 1/4 grip)

    So bought it in the tenniswarehouse Australia instead.... AUD$50 more and stock sensation string instead. But yeah, what the hell

    Probably will buy the Dunlop 4D 300 next month....

    On no.... the sport equipment shopping sphere starts again.... (I tend to do it a lot whenever I hook onto a game!)
    congratulations be sure to give the racquet some time to warm up to you.. otherwise you could end up with a broken 6.1

    so your spring/summer season is upon you soon as you live in the southern hemisphere.. lucky you

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by andylo View Post
    Saw the price come down at the tennisware house and bought it on a whimp.
    I heartily endorse this thread.

    I have the same stick, and love it to death...except when it misses an easy overhead, then I'm not so sure

  4. #4
    My greedy brain keep telling my happy typing finger to go to tenniswarehouse again, and purchase the 4D aerolgel.... can someone stop me please!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andylo View Post
    My greedy brain keep telling my happy typing finger to go to tenniswarehouse again, and purchase the 4D aerolgel.... can someone stop me please!!!
    someone sure can..

  6. #6
    I've recently change from wilson k six one 95. I hated it:P. Now i'm playing with Head extremePRO which is alot better for me (larger raquet size then six one 95) and i really love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    I've recently change from wilson k six one 95. I hated it:P. Now i'm playing with Head extremePRO which is alot better for me (larger raquet size then six one 95) and i really love it!
    Does the Microgel provide much feedback? I think my next racquet will be a Head Youtek, but I am considering the microgels.

  8. #8
    The YouTek is a funny technology.... The faster you swing and the frame gets harder.

    Swing slower than the frame goes more flexible....

    They should invent something like this in golf shafts!

    But anyway my experience with the YouTek is not great - but that's prior to know what YouTek actually does!

    Now I am keen to try it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andylo View Post
    The YouTek is a funny technology.... The faster you swing and the frame gets harder.

    Swing slower than the frame goes more flexible....

    They should invent something like this in golf shafts!

    But anyway my experience with the YouTek is not great - but that's prior to know what YouTek actually does!

    Now I am keen to try it again.
    how about the microgel racquets? and are you discouraging the purchase of YouTek racquets?

  10. #10
    No, not at all.

    When I wrote my review on the YouTek racket I honestly had NO IDEA what YouTek technology do. Hence I said I had troubles to adjust the speed I should swing the racket.

    Hence now I am keen to try it again

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Lawn Tennis View Post
    Does the Microgel provide much feedback? I think my next racquet will be a Head Youtek, but I am considering the microgels.
    I use topspin alot so Microgel is perfect for me. Head Youtek is cool too, but i prefer Microgel more.

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