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Wilson '12 Juice 100 BLX Tennis Racquet

3.3 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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  • A new update to the Pro series of BLX frames
  • Racquet comes unstrung
  • 1 year manufacturers warranty
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Product Description

The new Juice 100 provides a modern all around power and spin feel for a wide range of players of all levels and ages. The forgiving mid plus head and frame design are very stable, also supporting big-hitting baseliners looking for the new generation in all-around power and spin racquets.
String Pattern: 16 x 18
Cross Section: 26.5 mm Dual Taper

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  • ASIN: B006YTLPQY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #470,766 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Rahul Sharma on May 14, 2012
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I had a babolat aero pro drive GT with RPM blast strings. It wasnt bad for the tennis game. But, it was bad for my arm and elbow. I tried the Juice 100 BLX (which also featured in Popular science magazine's last edition) and I immediately felt the difference. Ordered couple the same day and havent looked back since. If you are intermediate to advance player and are looking for a advanced racquet that is friendly to your arm then look no further. It has basalt strips built into the handle itself (which acts as dampers) preventing those unwanted vibrations to impact your arm/elbows. It offers superlative feel and is very quick for the net game as well. Using with wilson NXT 16 strings and very happy with my purchase.
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Size: 4 1/4
This is probably to most comfortable and firm feeling racket I have tried. My partner and I tested this against the Babolat Aero Pro GT, the Prince EX03 Black (which I purchased), the Wilson BLX Pro Open, the Wilson BLX Steam, and the Wilson BLX Six One Team. The sure winner was the Wilson Juice 100. My partner opted for that racket, and I went with the Prince EX03 Black, just so we could have different rackets to swap with each other from time to time.

The Juice 100 is made with Wilson's newest vibration dampening technology. All of this can be read about on their website. It was actually mentioned in Popular Science as well (for the crazy technology in it). After hitting with this for awhile and getting a good feel for it, you really can hit some nice shots with tons of power and spin. It is a versatile racket for players from the mid level up to pro level (Azarenka - among others - uses this racket).

My only beef is with all Wilson rackets: white grip. I know it's their look and style, but it does tend to get dirty very quickly. I recommend replacing the grip with either Tourna Grip, Dunlop overgrip, or the black Wilson grip. Unless you don't mind a dirty looking grip.

I went with Wilson NXT Pro 16 strings at 58 tension, and it has a great feel. I use a Prince vibration damper that works great.

Playing with this racket for several hours, my partner has had very little tendinitis issues. It's really amazing. Hitting with my Wilson K Factor Pro Team, her wrist started bothering her after about 45 minutes. So if you suffer from tendinitis, this is a great racket to go with. It's not going to prevent tendinitis, but it's going to sure help reduce the effects of vibrations that cause tendinitis. But a great racket regardless. Just a solid, very good racket for multiple levels of players.
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Size: 4 1/4
I started playing tennis two years ago, and, when I began, I used a rather inexpensive Wilson racquet from a department store. The racquet was great to start out with, and I immediately fell in love with Wilson. So, when I went to find a newer, nicer and maybe more advanced racket, I was looking for a Wilson. I tried out the Wilson Juice 100 BLX and fell in love. It's a fantastic weight, feels completely right in my hand and, most importantly, makes me feel confident when I'm playing.

I would highly suggest this racquet to whomever happens to be searching for a new racquet.
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Size: 4 1/8 Verified Purchase
I am disappointed that the racquet came unstrung when the picture showed a strung racquet. I am going to return the '12 version of this racquet and buy it someplace else that includes free strings. Buyer beware - this is not a value buy when it is unstrung. Buyer beware.
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Size: 4 5/8 Verified Purchase
I just transitioned to this racquet from an oversize Head Liquid Metal. The Juice has more feel but is not for beginners. I was unhappy with the intial strings but now that I have replaced them, I love this racquet.
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