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04-16-2009 05:31 AM
Ilovetheblues_86
Re: Head Liquidmetal or Titanium...

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Originally Posted by Querorz View Post
Thanks pal. This helped a lot.
I guess i am very very ignorant. Titaniums are ancient ones but what i thought was they were the newest ones
They will always bring titanium back to business since it´s a good beginner choice cause titanium bring more power to the shots; I think I remember I saw a new line of head titaniums around 2006, maybe that´s the one you´ve talked about. But its beginner racquets now, if you want a head you should go for the new tecnology that have raccquet caracteristics of begginer if not too expensive cause since they bring more tech than titanium they will be a bit more expensive.
03-30-2009 03:23 PM
Querorz
Re: Head Liquidmetal or Titanium...

Thanks pal. This helped a lot.
I guess i am very very ignorant. Titaniums are ancient ones but what i thought was they were the newest ones
03-20-2009 05:26 PM
jazar
Re: Head Liquidmetal or Titanium...

titanium is actually pretty ancient; its pre-2000. liquidmetal came along in around 2002 and, so, is slightly newer. there have been two more head technologies since liquidmetal, which are flexpoint and the current technology, microgel
03-20-2009 02:52 PM
Querorz
Head Liquidmetal or Titanium...

Hi;

Can you inform me about these racquets please?
Which is a newer model? I am about to buy a racquet and what i saw was that many people have liquidmetal. But i think Titanium racquet serie is newer one. I am confused.
Thanks.

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