Wilson [K] Factor [K] Three.FX
Released August, 2009
The Pros:Great for newer players who need help generating spin and power. Very large sweet spot adds a lot of "pop" even to off-center shots. Very solid volley performance--offers great control.
The Cons:Large head size and light weight may not be a comfortable combo for everyone. May not provide optimal power for more experienced players without tightening the strings.
Wilson's [K] Three.FX is a mid-range game improvement tennis racquet that falls at the higher end of the [K] Factor series. It uses the "Karophite black" frame-strengthening material, and also has specific stiffer areas around the frame which allow for better handling of torsional forces.
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The grommet holes in this racquet are larger, which allow the strings to flex more freely and give a more fluid stroke. The Three.FX is lighter than many of the other models. It is 8 points head-heavy, making it one of the powerful racquets in the set, and has a 115" head. This racquet focuses on being comfortable and reasonably precise as well.
- "[K]arophite Black" frame material
- Compact center
- 9.5 oz. (strung)
- Balance: 8 pts. HH
- Double-sized grommet holes
- "[K]ontour Yoke" added frame stiffness
- 30 mm dual-taper beam cross-section
- Length 27.5"
- Headsize 115"
User Reviews (1)
Great for newer players who need help generating spin and power.
Very large sweet spot adds a lot of "pop" even to off-center shots.
Very solid volley performance--offers great control.
Offers great maneuverability with ground strokes due to its large size and sweet spot.
Comfortable to use--takes a lot of pressure off of the elbow.
[K]arophite Black frame is very stiff, offers a solid feel.
Large head size and light weight may not be a comfortable combo for everyone.
May not provide optimal power for more experienced players without tightening the strings.
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