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    Quote Originally Posted by samtruong200
    im kinda out of grips too
    Then get one of my Top 5 rated grips, you won't be disappointed.

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    u should consider putting the price on your chart itll make it easier on us...take one for the team

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    Quote Originally Posted by samtruong200
    u should consider putting the price on your chart itll make it easier on us...take one for the team
    Price? Are you serious? Grips are so inexpensive it's not significant. The difference for a 3-pack is a low of $2.50 to a high of $4.99 (HL only comes in 2 pack).

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    hmmm i know its alot of work, but could you acutally post the thickness of it in MM's? it'd be alot easier to pick one that suits our preferences if it were like that. thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by __Lam
    hmmm i know its alot of work, but could you acutally post the thickness of it in MM's? it'd be alot easier to pick one that suits our preferences if it were like that. thx
    Negative Ghost Rider. The SuperGrap Regular is the benchmark grip. It's 0.60mm. It's considered medium so any grip marked medium is similar in thickness. Go from there.

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    Would you be able to place Prince MicroZorb on this chart somewhere? I know it is similar to the MicroTac, but still~

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    Great chart on grips. Keep up the good work and keep on adding more grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznricearoni
    Would you be able to place Prince MicroZorb on this chart somewhere? I know it is similar to the MicroTac, but still~
    I've not tried MicroZorb...yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by werfer
    Great chart on grips. Keep up the good work and keep on adding more grips.
    Thanks Sir and yes, I will keep adding more.

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    where can you get yonex super grap tacky? I checked many online stores, still can't find it....

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    Why isn't Wilson pro overgrip's feel rated at 12?
    According to Wilson, this grip should provide the best feel of their product line.
    Since Xtra tack is rated at 10, I think Pro should be rated above 11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by player x
    where can you get yonex super grap tacky? I checked many online stores, still can't find it....
    Check with any place that sells Yonex grips. Tell them you want the tacky version of the Super Grap. There's two versions: one is not tacky and the other is tacky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foo.tw
    Why isn't Wilson pro overgrip's feel rated at 12?
    According to Wilson, this grip should provide the best feel of their product line.
    Since Xtra tack is rated at 10, I think Pro should be rated above 11.
    Maybe according to Wilson is different than according to The Dinker.

    Feel is completely subjective. For me, I like max tacky, medium cushion feel. Based on that the X-tra Tack is better.

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    Nice comprehensive review Dan

    There's a two overgrips that I think you would find worth adding to your list:

    Pointfore Supreme Over: I've used this exclusively for the last 2 years. Prior to that, I was using Yonex A440 (yuck!). This grip stays tacky very long, and is pretty absorbent. 1mm thick according to the specs.

    Black Knight Sensa: Very nice grip in the 0.60 mm thickness category. I had a chance to try these when I won a yellow pack at a local BK tournement for a draw prize. They have a good feel, and fairly cushiony, but they got dirty pretty easily. Very absorbent. However, they tend to wear out faster than the Pointfore overgrips because they're thinner.

    On a side note:
    I've just removed the original grip on my racket yesterday. Found my handle way too large for my hand, although I didn't care enough to remove original grip before. What I did now is put a layer for plastic wrap over the wooden handle, and apply the overgrip on top. The original grip felt hard, and adding Pointfore overgrip to it made the handle too big. Anyway, the handle feels much better now.

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    i have wilson pro overgrip

    the best so far from what i have tried

    prince microzorb(it feel sticky... not tacky... i feel like i have glue on my hands after

    gamma overgrip 2, hmm, don't like it myself


    but the thing is, i need to scratch wilson pro overgrip more, but for now its really nice

    ha! stratch...

    only if it got black to fit my racket... white is odd for some of my rackets
    Last edited by hydrocyanic; 12-16-2005 at 01:39 AM.

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    Hi DinkALot,

    Where do you buy your Wilson X-tra Tac grip for such a good price? Please share!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javalina
    Hi DinkALot,

    Where do you buy your Wilson X-tra Tac grip for such a good price? Please share!
    Sir, $3.95/3-pack from:
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/desc...LSON-WXTT.html


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