Nike's SQ Dymo2 driver is available with or without the STR-8 Fit adjustable fitting system.
From GOLF Magazine (Buyer's Guide, May 2009)
It's for: All skill levels
Tom Stites, Director of product creation: "Str8-Fit technology [which allows players to adjust clubface angle to eight different settings] is by far the most effective way to change ball flight that I've seen. All players can benefit from this technology and hit shots straighter and farther than ever."
How it works: Dymo2 (which stands for "dynamic MOI") has a rear "PowerBow" that gets thicker as loft increases from 8.5° to 14.5°. This shifts more mass farther back and to the heel side for added draw bias. Higher lofts also have a shallower face height, a more closed face angle and more upright lie angle to help you square the face at impact. The club comes with the wide body UST AxivCore shaft.
The innovative "Str8-Fit" adjustable fitting system features a specially designed shaft adapter and hosel that tilt 2 degrees off axis. The by-product is that you can choose among eight clubface and lie angles. Find your best ball flight by using the included torque wrench to alter face angle (2° closed to 2° open), lie angle (58° to 62°) or effective loft (8.5° to 12.5°). A small light and "beep" indicate when the head is locked to the shaft. Nike says the eight settings produce up to 45 yards of directional difference.
The SQ Dymo Str8-Fit driver has a round head that's still plenty forgiving. But it's supposed to provide more "workability" than the SQ Dymo2.
From GOLF Magazine (April 2009)
Nike's square-headed SQ Dymo2 (the "Dymo" stands for "dynamic MOI") is a well-conceived machine. For starters, the rear "PowerBow" gets thicker as loft increases from 8.5° to a high-lofted (HL) 14.5°. This shifts more mass farther back and to the heel side for added draw bias. Higher lofts also have a shallower face height, a more closed face angle and a more upright lie angle to help you square the clubface at impact.
The real cachet, though, comes from Nike's innovative "Str8-Fit" adjustable fitting system, which features a specially designed shaft adapter and hosel system. Herein lies the secret: The shaft adapter and hosel tilt 2° off axis, which leads to eight possible clubface and lie angles. Nike testing shows that the eight settings produce up to 45 yards of directional difference. (Masters champ Trevor Immelman has been using Str8-Fit technology since March 2008. His driver is 1° open with a standard lie angle.) This system is user-friendly, too. It provides visual and audible feedback when the clubhead is secured to the shaft—an arrow on the grip points left or right to indicate a closed or open face. Lastly, the grip feels and plays the same regardless of head position.
From The Shop Blog (December 2008)
Nike is preparing to release its new family of Dymo drivers in early 2009. The line will have four drivers; two models, the SQ Dymo STR8-Fit and SQ Dymo2 STR8-Fit, will feature Nike's first adjustable-head system.
Using a wrench that comes with every Dymo and Dymo2 STR8-Fit driver, you can unscrew the head from its shaft (right), and then re-attach it in one of eight different playing positions. If you tend to slice the ball, turning the shaft to the left and into one of three closed-face positions should help you hit a straighter shot. If you tend to hook the ball, you can choose one of three open-faced playing positions to find more fairways.