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    Quote Originally Posted by Double_Player
    Hi guys, it's me again. sorry for the double posting, I can't edit my previous post; the edit button doesn't appear.

    This is my review for Karakal point 75 overgrip

    thickness : thin, a bit thicker than supergrap, .75 mm
    overall rating:8.5
    grip feel: 9
    durability: 8
    tackiness: 10, even after 2-3 weeks it still feel tacky enough 4 me.
    sweat arbsorbtion:7
    comment: nice and soft, durable and tackiness last a long time.
    colour choices: 10. alot of bright and nice colours.

    Recommended.
    I'm from UK, do you know where to get Karakal point 75 overgrip? Cheapest shop?

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    I bought mine from a local store. you may be able to find some at your local store or go on the internet. mine was quiet pricey, since I paid CDN $11.50 with all the tax for 3 grips.

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    has anyone tried Yonex Titanium grips? i find them to be very comfortable.
    it's kinda thick but i like the way it cushions every smash - a bit heavy, 20g - very good for head-light racquets.
    IMHO, it's one of the best when it comes to grip feel - it just seems to become molded to your hand no matter how relaxed you are. you get a feeling of total control.
    durability is very good - you won't have to change for a very long time, same for it's tackiness.
    sweat arbsorbtion may be not as good as towel grips but still very good and i have very sweaty hands.

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    I will have a revised review up by the end of this week. Some of my preferences have changed; most notably, the ultra tackiest grip isn't ideal for me anymore. I prefer a slightly velvety-tacky feel. So the Luxilion and Volkl Super Grip II will be my top 2 grips. Why? After extended use, the ultra tacky grips promote blisters while the more velvety grips do not.

    Stay tuned.

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    Now I really hate Karakal Super PU grip ! It really S****. The new grip will perform well but after a game play, the grip is getting more tacky and become very sticky. I hate this kind of feel.

    Now, I'm using Wilson Pro-Grip and I like the thin & dry feel. If so happen you can get Apacs grip, just try it. The feel is comfort.

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    Hey, just curious, whats the stock number for the yonex supergrap tacky??? im guessing that the normal supergrap will either be a440 or ac102ex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woven
    Hey, just curious, whats the stock number for the yonex supergrap tacky??? im guessing that the normal supergrap will either be a440 or ac102ex
    I'm not sure what the normal one would be, the tacky version I used was AC102EX. I believe that's the newer version.

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    Can someone compare the thickness of wilson pro over grip with Yonex Super Grap? I need some thick grips!

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    Karakal PU Super Grip is still my number one choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Exactly! I will updating the review with more grips as I test them.
    I live in Canada, and I regularly buy a grip called Wilson Supertack. I was wondering is this grip the "canadian version" of Wilson Xtra Tack?

    The grip is way better than Yonex Supergrap, in my opinion. Very tacky, and lasts an extremely long time.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by markburry_90
    I live in Canada, and I regularly buy a grip called Wilson Supertack. I was wondering is this grip the "canadian version" of Wilson Xtra Tack?

    The grip is way better than Yonex Supergrap, in my opinion. Very tacky, and lasts an extremely long time.

    Thanks
    Based on your opinion, I believe it is the same grip as the Wilson X-Tra Tack is very tacky and lasts a long time.

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    Dan, any reviews on the Tactic grip I gave you last time?

    How does it compare to the other grips? Any recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Based on your opinion, I believe it is the same grip as the Wilson X-Tra Tack is very tacky and lasts a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    Dan, any reviews on the Tactic grip I gave you last time?

    How does it compare to the other grips? Any recommendations?
    Hi Paul, the Tactic grip is excellent. Only one problem, it's a replacement grip not an over grip. So it's not a fair comparison. Replacement grips always have better texture and last at least 5 times longer. The only two downsides to replacement grips are: 1) thickness, and 2) cost. Thickness is a relative drawback, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Hi Paul, the Tactic grip is excellent. Only one problem, it's a replacement grip not an over grip. So it's not a fair comparison. Replacement grips always have better texture and last at least 5 times longer. The only two downsides to replacement grips are: 1) thickness, and 2) cost. Thickness is a relative drawback, of course.
    Hey, now you can start a new thread, Replacement Grip Review.

    I got some Tactic Over grip, let you try some next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    Hey, now you can start a new thread, Replacement Grip Review.

    I got some Tactic Over grip, let you try some next time.
    Naw, replacement grip is too hard. I'd have to add thickness to the wood handle and mix and match to try and get the optimal thickness...and replacement grips never go out...it would take me forever to do that review.

    Schweet on the Tactic over grip, I'm looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Based on your opinion, I believe it is the same grip as the Wilson X-Tra Tack is very tacky and lasts a long time.
    According to Badminton Alley's website, Wilson's Super Tack and Xtra Tack are 2 different products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanchai97
    According to Badminton Alley's website, Wilson's Super Tack and Xtra Tack are 2 different products.
    OK, thanks for the clarification.

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