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Bauer Nexus 600 Grip Comp Stick

The Bauer Nexus 600 gives you the competitive edge in puck control. The Aero Foam II blade construction helps keep the blade lightweight, while also increasing torsional stiffness. This prevents blade deflection and makes it simpler to keep the puck on your stick. The Pure Shot blade profile increases the connection point between the blade-hosel transition of the stick to reduce the amount of blade deflection--or the twisting or opening of the blade while shooting--improving overall blade control and pinpoint shooting accuracy.The blade is wrapped with 3K carbon fibers, which also help keep the stick lightweight but add an extra layer of protection against slashes or even normal wear and tear of the blade.The square, double-concave dimensions of the shaft allow for a better feel of the stick as it will contour with your hands on the stick. The Power Profile dual taper helps decrease torsional deflection by adding a secondary taper along the top and bottom surface, optimizing energy transfer from shaft to blade and improves shot accuracy.The Nexus mid-flex profile allows for a softer handle while being accompanied with a stiffer mid section. This gives a sturdier, more natural release. The added GripTac coating along the shaft helps with your control but does not act overly sticky to the point that you cannot rotate the stick in your hands.The Nexus 600 is the perfect bridge between the shooter and the puck.
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2 out of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Customer Reviews for Nexus 600 Grip Comp Stick
Review 1 for Nexus 600 Grip Comp Stick
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Turbo
Location: North Carolina
Skill Level: Advanced
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Player
Nexus 600 > Supreme One.6
Pros: Great value, Quality
Really liked the Supreme One.6 at the $100-$120 price-point until I tried the Nexus 600. As advertised, the Supreme seems to offer a bit more power, but the puck feel on the Nexus is phenomenal. It's pretty durable, though I've now broken several Supreme One.6/Nexus 600 right at the mid-flex kickpoint (bottom hand on a slap-shot). I take lots of faceoffs, and the blades are durable compared to competitor brands. The Nexus 600 definitely outperforms it's $110 price-tag, and it's a good value at full retail price.
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Review 2 for Nexus 600 Grip Comp Stick
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bluesfan18
Location: Dallas, TX
Skill Level: Intermediate
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Player
Great Value Stick
Pros: Great value, Quality, Easy to use, Features
Used this stick for the first time in a game last night and it felt very sturdy and durable. The shot release was very good. The Griptac model has a nice feel as well. I feel like I made a good purchase for the money. I have been using Bauer Total One shaft and blade combo and the Total One blade has not proven to be durable and wears fast.