Product Comparison: Head Ti.S1 vs Head Ti.S6


General Specifications
Brand
Head
Head
Model
Ti.S1
Ti.S6
Origin
China
China
About the Product
The Head Ti-S1 Supreme offers an excellent combination of control, power and maneuverability. Best suited for intermediate players, with a medium long swing style.
A straight beam, head heavy widebody, this ultra-light titanium model has more power than the Ti S5 but more control than the now discontinued Ti S7. A lively frame with excellent torsional stability, the Head Titanium Ti S6 will perform best in the hands of players with compact to medium stroke styles seeking an extra large sweetspot that blends a nice balance of power tempered with an open string pattern; ideal for spin artists with an all court game.
Key Specs
Head size
107 sq. in.
115 sq. in.
Length
26.3 in.
27.75 in.
Grip Size
4 1/2 in.
4 1/2 in.
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Head Ti.S1 Supreme Prestrung Tennis Racquets
  • This was for my wife and it is the right grip size and feel, good weight, much lighter than previous racquets i have used.
  • Baby girl picked up her game after picking up this racket. She is a beginner with raw talent, but we could see how her stroke and confidence improved after obtaining the TiS1.
  • Good feel, light and for the person using it this is important.
  • Lightweight and durable. My favorite racquet!
  • This racket has a good range of power and provides for good control as well.
Head Ti.S6 Tennis Racquet
  • I simply love the Head Ti-S6! I love it's lightness, as it lets me move the head around quickly to make shots I couldn't even make in high school.
  • It is a head heavy, oversize racquet with a big sweet spot. so even if you are not precise in your strokes the ball will sail over the net.
  • It has a large head, but it's light overall. I used to play 10 years ago and decided to pick back up again using an old, not so great racquet.
  • The head is large and forgiving, and the longer length helps cover the court. I recommend the Ti S6 to older players or those seeking more power. Excellent performance and a good value.
  • For me, my single handed backhand suffered because of the added length. I now rely on double handed one...but the power it generates compensates for the loss!
Size & Weight
Height
26.3 in.
27 in.
Depth
1.5 in.
1 in.
Width
12 in.
11 in.
Weight
10.5 oz.
8.9 oz.
Features
Color
Blue / White / Black
Black / Silver
Flexibility
73 ra
75 ra
Balance Point
8 pts Head-heavy
8 pts Head-heavy
Composition
Graphite / Titanium Composite
Graphite / Titanium Composite
String Patern
16 x 19
16 x 19
Unstrung
No
No
Extras
Softac Grip
Head Cusion Grip, No shared holes, Straight Beam Widebody
What customers say about "Features"
Head Ti.S1 Supreme Prestrung Tennis Racquets
  • I strongly recommend it to a beginner or intermediate player. Its a little top heavy but I like it
  • The Head Ti. S1 is a really light tennis racket. Like other Head rackets, it has a table spoon look.
  • So the first game that I played I hit the frame alot, because it is easier to frame a shot, but again, it has a larger sweet spot.
  • Took my game to next level. Easy to swing. Will recommend to any mid level player. I use natural gut and it gives good spin. It got good power as well.
  • The frame is so much lighter, that my arm had an easier afternoon.
Head Ti.S6 Tennis Racquet
  • Excellent tennis racket. It is very light and well balanced while providing good power with little vibration.
  • Great oversized racquet - light weight, good balance. Really nice for beginning through intermediate.
  • Very Lighweight and well balanced. Would buy again. Comes with cover. I have been playing tennis as an adult for the last couple of years.
  • The racket looks & feels nice and the weight balance are fine even with the slimmer grip size.
  • An excellent tennis racquet. Light and well balanced, nice sweet spot. Great for harder hitting but still good for accurate lobs. My tennis has improved with this racquet. Great value.
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications
CE
CE
Manufacter warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)

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