Wilson [K] Factor [K]obra Team.FX
Released April, 2009
The Pros:Feels great hitting groundstrokes from the baseline. Light weight allows a player to create more speed during serves. High quality construction, good quality control overall.
The Cons:Needs to be strung at the highest setting to get good control of slices and volleys. Causes stress at the wrist and elbow.
Wilson's [K]obra Team.FX racquet is a mid-range model designed for competitive players, and emphasizes control and spin while being one of the lighter members of the [K]obra product line, at 11.1 ounces when strung.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
It has a length of 27", and the frame is made of graphite and silicon dioxide, reinforced with Wilson's "Karophite Black" material for extra strength. It winds up being 5 points head-light when strung and has oversized string grommet holes, to allow increased flexibility and a smoother feel when striking. The shaft is reinforced. The Team.FX emphasizes speed and control as its main attributes.
- 100" headsize
- 11.1 oz strung
- 27" long
- 5 points HL
- 16 x 19 string pattern
- 26 mm Dual-taper beam cross section
- Double-Hole larger grommets
- "Quad shaft" reinforced
- Emphasizes control and speed
User Reviews (1)
feels great hitting groundstrokes from the baseline
light weight allows a player to create more speed during serves
high quality construction, good quality control overall
nice handle, feels comfortable and maneuverable
creates spin very easily, ideal for players who focus on a spin shot
needs to be strung at the highest setting to get good control of slices and volleys
causes stress at the wrist and elbow
You may also like...