Product Profile: Volkl Organix 2

by: Richard Pagliaro | November 01, 2012

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MSRP: $260
Released: October 15
Head Size: 115 sq. in.
Length: 27.6 in.
Weight*: 10.2 oz.
Balance*: 2 pts. HH
Beam Width: 26.5 mm – 28.5 mm
String Pattern: 16 x 19

*Values represent strung frames.

Facts: The light-silver-and-red Organix 2 is loaded with Volkl’s latest engineering enhancements. Catapult technology located at 3 and 9 o’clock is designed to create a deeper string bed pocket for more pop and precision. The Bio Sensor handle is constructed to eliminate vibration and enhance playability. Volkl says playing with the Organix 2 “requires minimal effort for added power.”

Impressions: A generous, 115-square inch head combined with the aforementioned upgrades creates a forgiving frame that produces comfortable power. Its slightly extended length can help on serves and overheads. The thicker beam width and ample string space make the new Organix 2 a good choice for players with slower to moderate swings looking to add more juice on their shots without draining their arms.

Volkl has established a reputation for creating control frames for skilled shot makers and comfortable frames for the masses, and the brand has tried to infuse its trademark feel into a powerful, easy-to-use stick. If you’re looking for easy power in an oversized, arm-friendly package, this racquet may fill the bill.

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