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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by geokos, Jan 30, 2010.
any contact number for this shop in cochin......
i'll try to get contact number ven i visit next time...
could u give an input on [K] brave???some say its head light, some even balance...i kinga felt it even in me hand wen i held it...and medium stiff ...rite??
[K] Brave is certainly not as head heavy as the [K] Power or ArcSaber 10.
If you want to take the balance point into consideration, I think [K] Brave is even balanced. The ArcSaber 10 and [K] Power are considered head heavy (although the spec on the ArcSaber 10 says it's even balanced).
But to me, it is head light. I feel my ArcSaber 10 is even balanced while [K] Power is head heavy.
thanks modious for ur input....I'm tryn to get [k]brave...getting an arcsaber 10 is out of question......considering arc 7 too...its bit pricy..:crying:
guys....the wilson website does not mention the (K) Lite racquet in their (K) factor series......does it mean they will stop producing them.....I personally like (K) Lite since I find it good for doubles play....
Yes, its likely they have stoped. But you still can buy them from many places.
BTW, Jonas won againts KKK/TBH using the new BLX
ya....we get the (K) Lite racquets at shops our here.....hope they not the last lot.....
Guys.....jonas rasmussen won men's doubles in the all england final alongwith teammate lars paaske using a wilson BLX I guess......any idea which model......
Jonas uses the Vertex
Paaske, I think, uses AT900P, but not sure...
From another thread, I believe Paaske was using Arc 8DX.
If you look close (in the AE) it does look like a AT900P
Oh, I'll take your word for it then, I have not had a chance to watch any yet.. just going by the 8DX thread =)
Well,looking at the Yonex website,Paaske uses an AT900P.
Its now available in Singapore. Retail price at Royal Sporting House S$179 with factory strings. I did a quick comparison with the K-Brave and didnt find any major differences except for the cosmetics and cone.
As far as I've seen it, it's more head-heavy than K-Brave when looking at BP.
You are correct. The BP of the Vertex BLX is 290
I have K-Lite and K-Brave. Both plays well and good in control with mid range power. However, K-Brave is a little bit more demanding, need a strong arm to max it capability and good timing to hit the sweet spot to get the real power.
I did a quick test on the new BLX Vertex. I'm quite surprise when I swing the racket. I did not feel the additional weight and did not have any difficulties in adjusting to the new BP. It feels good, light, easy to manouver and powerfull. However, I did not have the chance to hit it on a birdie. First impression is that it is a good racket and much more superior than K-Brave. This will be my next racket.
MChewer....whats your take on K Lite.....I find it to be light, with decent power and great control......