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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by dohma1993, Jan 18, 2010.
Anyone have any info/reviews on the new line of Wilson racquets?
This line was supposed to be launched this month. IIRC they are made of Basalt Composite.
the US website has been updated:
The new wilson BLX rackets are now on sale at badmintonalley.com
Anyone tried this:
See chart below on this page:
Anyone tested this rackets?
Frame Flex.. LMAO..
How about Shaft stiffness
Probably they think Tennis all the time
Ya I'm pretty sure they meant shaft stiffness. Anyways, has anyone tried these rackets? I use to have a K-Tour which was a really nice racket. Wouldn't mind giving Wilson another shot if these rackets are good.
A team mate bought the BLX wave and decided to try it.
its way to flexible for me but control and power was really good.
to me i felt i had a lot more control than power.
Try BLX Vertex.
mmmm quite impressed with Recon but i think i'll get Vertex.....anyway Recon feel and play just similar like Carlton Vapour Tour only little bit heavier.
A neighborhood store is running a 50pct discount on Wilson equipment, probably close out sale on 2011 stuff. So I was thinking of picking up a BLX racquet.
I currently play with a Yonex 8000 Light, which is a good all-round 3U strung at 21lbs. Planning to pick up a more head-heavy racquet. 2U or 3U is fine. Can't explain technically, but I play better with weightier racquets. What would be a good bet in the current BLX range?