Volkl Organix V1 Midplus Racquets Customer feedback
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Comments: Has anyone else added weight to this racquet? I love it, but wish it was a bit heavier. I hate to simply
add lead tape to the hoop, because I like the balance as is.
Comments: I noticed improved comfort in my elbow since switching from the Dunlop 4D 500. The V1 Midplus has
more power and a nice sweet spot with the 102" head size. It is a great racquet for returning serves, and my serves have good
power considering the relatively light weight. I lost my string damper, but it seems I don't need it with this stick. Control and
comfort is good with the 16g Multifilament strings I had, but I will try 18g Technifibre X-One BiPhase, to try for more feel,
hopefully without any decrease in the comfort and smoothness that makes this racquet so great.
Comments: I recently switched to this racquet from the Babolat APD. Loved the APD, but it did not love me. After
feeling some pain in my elbow and demoing my wife's racquet, I decided to buy a couple of the Organix V1. It has been a very
positive change for me. I do not notice any difference in power or spin, but a huge difference in comfort. The only adjustment
necessary was getting used to the Volkl grip shape. Now that I've adjusted to that, I love everything about the racquet. Highly
Comments: I posted 5/12 when I started with this racquet, and now it's been 8 months and I have never had a
softer, more reliable, better performing helper then this. It can return the hardest shot both in the backcourt and at net.
Comments: I'm in my mid 50s and have had shoulder surgery for a degenerative shoulder joint 10 years ago. I've
been playing with a Head Intelligence midplus for 10 years. My shoulder had recently started bothering me again and I was
wondering how much longer I could play. I demo'ed the Volkl Organix Midplus for a few days and was sold. I've been using it for a
month and love it. Shoulder discomfort has been minimal. My game has improved considerably. I love the maneuverability and
comfort of this racquet. I get good spin and much more control with this stick. I feel like this racquet is going to extend my
playing time. Thanks Volkl.
Comments: Finally a worthy replacement for the V1 classic. I set one up with extra weight @ 3 & 9 o'clock, and the
result was great control, enough power, good spin (both slice and top), nice at the net, and for a larger head (102) serving was
good for power and accuracy. Biggest compliment is that for me it plays like a Org 9, with a larger sweet spot and wielding it for 2
hours does not leave you feeling like you have been in a match of Mahut - Isner proportions!
Comments: Racquets simply don't come any more comfortable than this one. It's the only stick I've used that I saw
no point in adding a vibration dampener. Plusher than prior versions of the V1, it's a soothing balm for your wrist and elbow.
Having said that, anyone with a fairly long swing will be launching balls continually with this lightweight stick. Not an easy
racquet to be consistent with, as it has some uneven power on the string bed, and I was never able to really find a rhythm with it.
Maybe when I'm older and more arthritic......
Comments: I have been using Volkl since I had en elbow problem some 3 years ago.
My previous racquet was the Power Bridge 8 315 with polys at 52lbs and 50lbs. It is an splendid racquet but
quite heavy, 350g strung. This made me look for something lighter but with good
power potential. I have been playing with the V1 now for 3 weeks. It is a very good
racquet. It feels light but has very good head acceleration. Nevertheless still a bit light
for my taste. I put a total of 4g of lead tape at 9 and 3 o'clock in 2 inch strips. I kept
the same strings WeissCannon, BlackEdge mains 50 and TurboTwist 18 cross 52lbs. The
effect was superb. No more torsion instability, lots of power and spin, and amazing
racquet head speed for huge flat and kick serves. Great slice and touch. I highly recommend this set up for those
looking for a lighter frame with lots of power spin and control. Good for all kinds of play.
Comments: I also had elbow issues which is what led me to try Volkl! I would agree that this is
something like the Babolat Pure Drive in power, but with greater comfort--though a little less crisp. It's smooth
instead. So far it has been very comfortable. I notice the biggest difference in serve, which works a lot better for me
with this racquet. It's a little less stable when returning hard-hit balls, but I'm finding that the comfort level is leading
me to find other ways to work around this.
Comments: I had elbow issues changed to v1 midplus with Gamma TNT RX 17.
Elbow resolved. Racquet is powerful yet great touch and feel, good at net, can handle hard hitting. Can serve accurately
and with spin.
Comments: The demo I got from Tennis Warehouse was brand new. I have no idea what it was strung at
but I guess in the middle of spec. I play with the V1 Classic and this racquet is not in same ball park of classic. It has no
power. It is too light at net. Once again volkl tried to improve the the V1 but have failed on this one.
Comments: More power and feel than the V1 Classic. More stable than the V1 Power Bridge (my least
favorite of the V1 line). Fun cosmetic. My coach does not go easy on me and this racquet offers the forgiveness needed
to keep up with a stronger player.
Comments: I demoed this racquet for a week. The one I got was brand new, grip still in the plastic
wrapper. This is a very impressive offering from Volkl! I will be getting one soon. I really liked it, especially for doubles.
The response is lively and pretty clean feeling-- not muted (may have also been the brand new Volkl strings- they were
superb). No string dampener is needed as string 'ping' and frame vibrations are virtually non-existent. The light static
weight and player-friendly overall balance makes this an extremely maneuverable frame to use coming forward in the
court, and at net volleys are solid and precise with outstanding feel. From the back of the court power is on tap in
abundance when needed, but it is not forced on you. My only minor gripe is the Volkl synthetic grip seems a little
spongy, but it's not intolerable. Overall, I give this one an A+ for this racquet category. Thanks for the excellent demo
program Tennis Warehouse!
Comments: Objective performance power/spin/directional control similar to my Babolat Pure Drive GT,
but much easier on the joints. The feel of this V1 is really superb. Nearly no shock, no vibration, no wobble, even on off
center shots. Organix material seems to be such an advantage, and this is even more pronounced in the V1 and X6
than in the X10, which I also used. As the X6, this new Version of the V1 is a very easy to use racquet, but with a very
high potential. Does not get pushed around even against heavy hitters.
Comments: It's a more stable Classic V1, even easier on the arm, with a more lively, less muted string
bed. Don't shy away from the light weight or light swing weight; the stick has lots of power and hits with an amazing
amount of spin, especially if you grip it loosely. I think it's the best V1 since the Classic, which was made for the
traditional player. This V1 plays great for the
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