Dunlop - ice tour
Published: 12 Jul 2006 - 06:40 by fatness
Updated: 24 Nov 2006 - 18:37
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I bought 2 dunlop ice tours over a year ago and i broke one last weekend. however i did hit the wall full force a few times recently. I have played with head liquidmetal 140, wilson n code 140 and dunlop mw before and the ice tours are definetly the best racket by far.
I used to think that nothing could touch the head LM140 for power, but the ice tour is just as powerful but much more precise and generally feels better in the hand. It is also great for getting onto the volley quickly and is easier to hit the nick because of this, also it is very head light which helps. even though it is head light it is still forgiving when hitting an off-centre shot.
Some people say it vibrates more than the wilson but i personally find this better because it gives you feedback. I found the wilson an ok racket but feels like playing with a board with zero feedback.
Also it is easy to keep the racket head up ( good technique! ) because of its head light balance. I would highly reccomend them. I have just ordered 2 dunlop m-fil tours which i am told play the same as the ice tours but stiffer and stronger, so hopefully i wont break them! 150 pounds for 2 from gefen sports, great deal. I tried other online shops and the cheapest was 98 pounds for 1.
Hope this review helps lads,
John from rep of ireland.How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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