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  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
Description Limited Grip Sizes Available.
From the Wilson tennis racquet line comes a new generation of game improvement racquets. The K Factor KOne, also known as  the `sequel` to the nCode n1, is just as light and the headsize is amongst the largest available which will combine to pack quite the punch. With Wilson`s K Factor, this racquet offers more feel, more stability, and a larger sweetspot. Wilson`s [K]onnector technology consists of two external wings molded into each side of the hoop of the racquet to increase the dwell time on the ball upon impact, providing greater control, comfort, and a larger sweetspot. The [K]ompact Center, which is a reduction of the size of the yoke, is designed to improve maneuverablity.
 
The K Factor KOne offers a greater depth and control on shots when compared to other similar power racquets. We recommend this racquet for those players who have very short and compact strokes and are looking to add some power to their shots. Using the NTRP rating system we recommend this racquet for beginner (2.0) to intermediate (3.5) players.
 
For more information on Choosing a Tennis Racquet or Selecting String, please see the Tennis Express Buyer`s Guide.
Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


Boise
January 2009
A Game-Improving Racquet!
5/5
This racquet allows me to hit the balls deeper than before without sacrificing much control. It's very forgiving on off-center hits and solid at the net. If you can control the power this baby offers, then give it a try. I love it!


TX
June 2009
Almost Awesome
4/5
This K one feels light when you're holding it, but it seems harder to swing compared to some smaller headsize racquets. It offers alot of power, great control and spin, as well as a big sweetspot. But beware that if you like to take big swings, this racquet might be too much power for you, as I seem to have a hard time keeping the ball from passing the baseline. But if you're good with volleys and short swings, you should check this out.

Description
Head Size: 122 sq. in OS
Length: 27.5 inches
Weight: Strung — 9.4 oz Unstrung — 8.8 oz
Tension: 55-65 Pounds
Balance: 10 Pts Head Heavy
Beam Width: 30mm Dual Taper Beam / 27mm tip / 29mm shoulder / 30mm handle
Composition: 100%[K]arophite Black
Flex: 73
Grips Size: 5-Jan
Grip Type: (K) Grip
Power Level: High
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains Skip: 7H,9H,10H
One Piece
No Shared Holes
Swing Speed: Slow, Compact Swing
Swing Weight: 328

Product Specs No Specs Available

WILSON

K Factor KOne Tennis Racquets

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  • Description
  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
Description Limited Grip Sizes Available.
From the Wilson tennis racquet line comes a new generation of game improvement racquets. The K Factor KOne, also known as  the `sequel` to the nCode n1, is just as light and the headsize is amongst the largest available which will combine to pack quite the punch. With Wilson`s K Factor, this racquet offers more feel, more stability, and a larger sweetspot. Wilson`s [K]onnector technology consists of two external wings molded into each side of the hoop of the racquet to increase the dwell time on the ball upon impact, providing greater control, comfort, and a larger sweetspot. The [K]ompact Center, which is a reduction of the size of the yoke, is designed to improve maneuverablity.
 
The K Factor KOne offers a greater depth and control on shots when compared to other similar power racquets. We recommend this racquet for those players who have very short and compact strokes and are looking to add some power to their shots. Using the NTRP rating system we recommend this racquet for beginner (2.0) to intermediate (3.5) players.
 
For more information on Choosing a Tennis Racquet or Selecting String, please see the Tennis Express Buyer`s Guide.
Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


Boise
January 2009
A Game-Improving Racquet!
5/5
This racquet allows me to hit the balls deeper than before without sacrificing much control. It's very forgiving on off-center hits and solid at the net. If you can control the power this baby offers, then give it a try. I love it!


TX
June 2009
Almost Awesome
4/5
This K one feels light when you're holding it, but it seems harder to swing compared to some smaller headsize racquets. It offers alot of power, great control and spin, as well as a big sweetspot. But beware that if you like to take big swings, this racquet might be too much power for you, as I seem to have a hard time keeping the ball from passing the baseline. But if you're good with volleys and short swings, you should check this out.

Description
Head Size: 122 sq. in OS
Length: 27.5 inches
Weight: Strung — 9.4 oz Unstrung — 8.8 oz
Tension: 55-65 Pounds
Balance: 10 Pts Head Heavy
Beam Width: 30mm Dual Taper Beam / 27mm tip / 29mm shoulder / 30mm handle
Composition: 100%[K]arophite Black
Flex: 73
Grips Size: 5-Jan
Grip Type: (K) Grip
Power Level: High
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains Skip: 7H,9H,10H
One Piece
No Shared Holes
Swing Speed: Slow, Compact Swing
Swing Weight: 328

Product Specs No Specs Available

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