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New! The Dunlop Biomimetic Elite squash racket 2013 is the racket of choice of Greg Gaultier.
Features Aeroskin on the frame for enhanced head speed. With Biofibre interwoven into the shaft for shock absorbtion and new MoS2 grommets which allow the string to move more freely for increased power.
|Head size (Inches):||77"|
|Head size (cm):||500 cm|
|Stringing pattern:||14 x 19|
|Unstrung weight:||135 grams|
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Great racket, ideal for all players.rnFantastic deal from pdh sports.rnFast delivery rn
About me: I am a level 4, club player who plays 2-3 times a week in the first division of my local club. Playing style is defensive/attrition rather than "shot maker". rnrnReason for buying: I needed to replace my broken Teardrop racket and I bought the racket mostly because Dunlop are prominent sponsors of squash and I like to support the companies that invest in the sport I love, rather than any other reason.rnrn Build/Finish: The construction and finish on the racket was flawless, the Gecko tack grip is (at least for me) a significant improvement over the old slippery dunlop grips. 5/5rnrnDurability: I have been using the racket for about a year and 1/2, I am pretty competitive and so don't hold back when going for tight balls, I would say that I abuse the racket more than most. The racket has withstood many wall hits that would have broken a lesser racket. The paint job is also surprisingly durable, no chips or paint smudges after lots of abuse. 5/5rnrnPlay-ability: I had the opportunity to compare my dunlop Elite side by side with other rackets (from club players) most notably, the Ultimate, Max, Pro (from Dunlop), a Wilson tour BLX, and Technifibre Carboflex and Suprem. In general the Dunlop rackets had better control, and the others had more power. Out of the Dunlop range I preferred the Elite and the Max, as for me the Pro and especially the Ultimate made a large sacrifice in power for a negligible gain in control. For me the Elite made a good compromise between power and control, making it a good all round racket. As stated before I used to play with Teardrop shapes, and so initially found the racket less forgiving and though certainly not lacking in power, I had to make a conscious adjustment to get the length on drives. After a short adjustment period I did find that my front court game improved significantly. In all I would say that the Elite is a well balanced racket with slightly more emphasis on power that would suit any style of play. 5/5rnrnMy only gripe with the racket is the stings. Previous generations of dunlop rackets were strung with awful strings (in my opinion). They have made a very significant improvement in the quality of the strings, and now they are at least "useable". However considering what is on offer from the competition (black knight, and Technifibre rackets come prestrung with top of the line strings) and that a restring adds a significant cost, I was still very disappointed with the strings, which were only OK, and broke after some 3 matches. It was only after the resting that I really reaped the benefits of the racket and really got my moneys worth.rnrnOverall I have been very happy with the racket and would recommend it for any style of play. With the right strings its 5/5, but the poor stock stings and the unnecessary string damper mean that out of the box its a 4/5