Dunlop Biomimetic 600 Racquet Customer feedback
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Comments: Loved every thing about this racquet. It has a big enough sweet spot, feels nice on the serve, no arm
problems so far. I added some grams to the butt to be make it more head light.
Comments: Excellent for two handed backhand players! Additional power, stability, comfortable and arm-friendly.
The best in the BIOMIMETIC line.
Comments: Excellent for two handed backhand players! Stable, additional power, comfort and arm-friendly. The
best in the Biomimetic series.
Comments: This is an excellent racquet. I just demo'ed it and it feels great. It has great feel, offers good spin and
feels great on serve. I can also match up hard hitters without problem. I also had no shoulder or arm issues whatsoever. I'm
going to buy one!
Comments: It was a whim purchase one year ago, when I had to recognize that those heavy racquets I used before
that had that addictive feel when hit flat in the sweet spot killed my top spin, and with that died my consistency. Some nice Volkls
shoved in between (ox V1, ox 6), a Babolat PD GT proved even more playable, but after three sessions the elbow began to send
SOS. To the rescue came a Wilson BLX 18x20, strung very low with Babolat RPM Blast (a string that I really love) 21x20kg, and this
Dunlop, strung quite stiffish, (might have lost some tension since). The stringbed still feels stiff and really crisp, but the elbow did
not complain. The more I play with it, the more I feel at home with it. It gives you a very good feed back, you know immediately,
how you struck the ball and where it will go.
Comments: I bought this racquet for my daughter (17 now) to replace Prince White with the port holes. She won a
Midwest Level Junior Doubles title the first time she tried it and then won the Wisconsin D1 Individual High School Doubles Title
with it in 10/2011. Her words, "It feels so "pure" when I hit the ball!" I just got her a third one (even though they don't break) so
she has an arsenal when she plays for the University of Dayton next year.
Comments: This is very solid for a racquet this light. If you find the Babolat AeroPro Drive GT a bit hollow but love
the power that it generates, then this Dunlop 600 is your stick. It has the classic Dunlop players stick with solid feel but a larger
sweet spot and added power. Dunlop is known to be a low profile hero (like the Dunlop McEnroe) and this one could be another
one of those because of its cheaper price/less popular brand name. The stiffness is excellent for the advanced player giving this
light weight stick the much needed control and crispiness. There is a lot of room for customization. I added 15 grams to the
handle and it is now perfect for my serve, volley and overhead doubles game. In spite of its stiffness, it is excellent on the arm.
Comments: The Biomemetic 600 is by far the best racquet I've hit with in years. This racquet feels lighter than it is
but gives no quarter to hard shots. Serves, volleys and groundies all had pop and with soft hands, the drop shot and lob were
easy to execute. The Aeroskin is a very nice compliment to this racket.
Comments: This racket is so good if your looking for power, my serves were spot on and groundstrokes had a lot of
power and control. It was light and easy to maneuver at the net, all around a great racket for a good price.
Comments: I tested four racquets together: (1) The Dunlop Biomimetic 600, (2) the Babolat AeroPro Team GT, (3)
the Volkl Power Bridge 5, and (4) the Wilson BLX Pro Open.
Comments: This is an update to my previous comments below after re-stringing from a poly to a multi. The
feel/response of the frame did liven-up significantly when I restrung with a decent multi- I used Babolat Addiction 16g. In fact,
now it's actually quite similar to my son's Babolat APD cortex in that they are both pretty stiff frames (albeit the Dunlop is lighter).
I think the 102 head does open up the size of the sweetspot slightly compared to the Babolat, but the maneuverability of the
Dunlop is much better than the APD given the lighter frame spec. I added some weight to just the butt cap, and this provided for a
slightly more solid feel overall, without negatively affecting swing speed too much. My overall verdict now is this stick is growing
on me as I get adjusted to it, and I'm starting to like it a lot. There really is a nice blend of many elements- control, good pop,
solid feel, and touch around the net. Beware though, if you prefer flexible or dampened/plush/soft-feeling frames, this is
probably not your stick.
Comments: I had high hopes for this new Dunlop offering, given all the buzz and overall frame specs. I started out
with a soft poly at 56 lbs and found this racquet to feel way too stiff with more vibration than I expected, even with a Sampras
string dampener. Despite the 102 head size, to me it seemed like the sweetspot was nothing exceptional. So I'll probably re-string
with NXTs or X-Ones to see how it changes the overall feel/dynamic of this frame and then provide a fuller review.
Comments: This is a great all-around racquet. Although it lacks some of the head weight that I'm used to. It is so
fast at the net and has good power. Directional accuracy is tremendous and spin is easy to obtain. It is great for a pop and spin
serve, but you can lay it out for a flat serve just as well. I find that I can make off-balance recovery defensive shots with ease with
this stick, that I would have muffed before. Pace and direction on my topspin backhand is excellent. I'd say that Dunlop has a
Comments: I have tried every racket out there - by brand, by type (control, hybrid, player) and have pretty much hit
with everything. This is the best racket I have ever played with. It has great plow through with extreme maneuverability and
control. It is so solid from the baseline and the ability to whip through the ball from almost any position is exceptional. It is also
very soft at the net - a lot of control and ability to place volleys. I used to have a Babolat (PDGT) and Wilson (BLX PO) both of
which I really like, but the 600 does it all, which kind of surprised me given the 102 head size. It is a great all around stick - hit
with spin for forgiveness, but flatten it out when called for and gives you soft hands when coming in. I am a basic 4.0 player that
likes to move around and hit a variety of shots and this 600 is the stick I've been searching for.
Comments: This is quite a sleeper in the Biomimetic line. The head size and weight belies how much performance it
gives from every part of the court. Don't be fooled by the 102 head or the 10.5oz weight. Plenty of plow, great control, and all the
power I need. I'll be parting with my Pure Drive GTs now.
Comments: The racquet has much better feel in comparison to Babolat's Pure Drive. There's more power though,
and does not sound hollow. It could use a little more weight, say 10.8 to 11.0 oz. Overall, it's a great racquet and well
Comments: I'm not sure why I'm the first reviewer for this racquet, but I really like it. I got mine last week, and so
far the Biomimetic 600 has proved itself much better than I anticipated. I demo'd a Babolat Pure Drive Roddick and this and I
chose the biomimetic because of the weight and plow it delivered. The racquet felt like it was a perfect weight and had a very
generous sweet spot, something that the pure drive lacked. It was stiff for the first day, but once you break the racquet in and get
used to it, it feels amazing. Great plow, feel, and maneuverability.
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