The Six.One 95L features Amplifeel 360 in the handle for enhanced power and feel. This light weight racket gains increased playability and a bigger sweet spot from the addition of Parallel Drilling. The Six.One 95L is ideal for players seeking versatile control in a more maneuverable frame.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Breakdown3 reviews
2 out of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Wilson used to make light raquets with smaller heads (270 grs. and 95 inch headsize) I wonder, whatever happened??? why does every brand now makes light raquets with bigger headsizes? I have nothing against that, but for God sakes why would you stop making light small head raquets?! when did anybody decided that light raquets are not good enough for presicion? I ask you, Wilson, please bring a light raquet (275 grs, with a 95 inch headsize, and also a standard lenght 27") oh, and a 4 1/4 grip would be fine too. Thank you. I think a sort of "Steam 95" would be excellent!!
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 2 for Six.One 95L
Fun and great looking racquet
PostedDecember 18, 2013
This is a really fun racquet to play with. I would say that it is quite overpowered and slightly more forgiving compared to my usual racquet (older Wilson NCode), which comes in handy for me, since I get pretty forehand happy at times.
Control is good, and I'd recommend this racquet for people who play a slice/drop-shot/volley heavy game. The control and feel from this racquet is superb, and the weight is very easy on the wrists. It isn't a particularly loud racquet, but a sweet shot hit will return an odd pop sound, which needs some getting used to.
The paint/enamel job on this racquet is fantastic. It has a white pearl finish, and subtle gold stripes/accents all over. You'll get some curious looks from people, and comments saying that it;s one of the prettier racquets on court at the moment.
Just had a chance to playtest the new 95L. What an immediate disappointment. Althought the wilson.com website says the new 95L will have the double hole grommets, I was very sad to see that the actual 95L being sold does not. I've owned all of the previous models of the 95L (when it was previously called the "Team"). I think the 2012 (red/white) model team is the very best of all of the versions with the double-hole grommets and open 16x18 string pattern and thinner 20-21mm beam. I would give the 95L five stars all the way through the rating if the new 95L did indeed have the double hole grommets. The double hole really added more spin and power which is critical for a lighter frame (290gr). The reason for the 3-stars is simply this. Without the double hole grommets, this 95L racket is seriously under-powered and does not produce as much spin as the prior 2012 models. The only plus to the 95L is that it feels a little stiffer in the upper hoop part of the frame. I found the 2012 Team model just a tick too flexible for my taste.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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My Take on 95L
Posted January 10, 2014
I was taking the 95 and 95 L for a ride being a long time fan of the pro staff series of rackets. I have played juniors with 85 to current 90 sq in frames. Looking for a more foregiving racket giving getting older LOl but still competting against 15years old kids (hitting pro). Noticeable difference in weight to the 95. comparing it to my 12.05 oz racket. I was quite surprised on how well the 95L played. It felt like I was getting more pop and spin from the frame. Love the volleys and the backhand. Will take time to master to the 95 L weight. The problem now is should I stay with 90 or move to 95. It is really a hard but good decision to have. Try it !!!!