Wilson [K] Factor [K] One.FX
Released August, 2009
The Pros:Durable frame, reliable even when used heavily. Very maneuverable, easy to get it in front of the ball. Easy to hit with, large sweet spot.
The Cons:A little hard to control for newer players.
The [K]One.FX is the flagship racquet in Wilson's game-improvement [K] Factor lineup. It has several of the [K] features, including the "Karophite black" frame construction, which improves the resilience of the graphite and silicon-dioxide frame.
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Certain regions of the frame are stiffer to improve durability and control against torsional forces, and the strings have wide-diameter grommet holes, which allow for more flexibility and a smooth-feeling swing. It also features the "[K]ompact Center" which increases control and precision. This racquet is 10 points head-heavy and has a large, 122" head with overall length of 27.5". It is lighter and more powerful than the other [K] game improvement models.
- "[K]arophite Black" frame material
- Compact center
- 9.3 oz. (strung)
- Balance: 10 pts. HH
- Double-sized grommet holes
- "[K]ontour Yoke" added frame stiffness
- 30 mm dual-taper beam cross-section
- Length 27.5"
- Headsize 122"
User Reviews (1)
durable frame, reliable even when used heavily
very maneuverable, easy to get it in front of the ball
easy to hit with, large sweet spot
light enough for players at any level
large power return, excellent power at the serve
offers control and precision for exact shots
a little hard to control for newer players
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