While Nickent isn't a common brand among touring professionals, the 3DX is capable of challenging any driver on the market. Its large titanium face delivers a forgiving hitting area and enlarged sweet spot. Working the ball is relatively easy and ball flights are rarely lofty. The Proforce shafts and sole weights make this driver extremely fun to hit.
As a performer, the Nickent 3DX is a solid club. It is, however, an economy driver. Shaft installations might not be precise, making stress fractures common. When this occurs, distance and workability are lost and re-shafting must be done.
For the money, about $200 (2009), the Nickent 3DX is an acceptable driver, capable of some booming, long drives. In the quality department, there are better clubs out there. For players on a budget, a well-tested club can be a suitable addition to the bag.