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Comments: Not a big fan of Babolats in the past. Never cared for the wide beam or the stiffness. This one is
different. Like the reviews say -- nice buttery feel with great control. On all of my previous racquets I felt like a dampener was
needed; however this one felt just right without. I did not think I would ever replace the old head liquid metal; but this one has it
beat! The best 18x20 racquet I have ever used.
From: John, 11/14
Comments: Alright so this frame is outstanding. String selection is paramount with this stick. I got the demo strung
with Technifibre NRG2 multi in low 50s. Thankfully the string let go after about 2 hours of hitting. I restrung it not lower, but
rather higher. I used Luxilon 4G at 54 in the mains and Wilson Syn Gut Power at 56. Did this frame come to life! Completely
different feel. Great pop, great feel and pin-point accuracy. There are no deceptions about this frame. Its an RA of 58 for a reason.
That being you better swing big from the backcourt. I found that the more pace I encountered the better this stick played. You can
add or take away power at will. It served great and volleys were crisp and accurate. I did not experience any issues with plow thru
but had to focus on hitting the ball clean. This frame is very comparable to my Pacific X-Feel Pro 95s, but has just a touch less
power. Great player stick. For sure 4.5+ and that's being generous. I'm gonna try the new version of my current stick as well but
this one is close. I'll see if I could find 3 that play the same as that is not an issue with the 3 Pacifics I have now. They really are
From: Radek, 9/14
Comments: This racquet is amazing! It has control, pinpoint accuracy, maneuverability and lots and lots of feel. I
found TW Chris' review very precise. The racquet is low powered, so you need full and fast swing to the ball clear the net, but, as
Chris said, if you put some lead tape and lower the tension (for a full bed poly), you can get more power from it. I use 6 grams on
o'clock and 48/46 lbs for tension using Pro Hurricane Tour. With this setup, this thing turns into a cannon without sacrificing
and feel. For a 4.5 player, this racquet totally worth a demo.
From: Leandro, 6/14