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Was £139.99 37% off
New design for 2014

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  • New Suprem 130 for 2014
  • Prestrung in 305 green, full cover
  • Fitted with black Dry Grip
  • 466cm2 headsize for precision
  • New Ellipsis shaft design for fast response
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Tecnifbre Suprem 130 Squash Racket 2014
1 in stock
£139.99 £88.00 37% off

The new Suprem 130 replaces the bestselling Suprem NG130 from Tecnifibre. With a smaller headsize than the 125 and the 135 and a new Ellipsis shaft design, this racket offers great precision, stability and a fast response. Prestrung in premium 305 green string this racket is a great buy. As used by Alister Walker.

Additional Information

Product Code:RSTE3562
Balance:345mm
FactoryStrings:305 1.2mm
Head size (Inches):73.26"
Head size (cm):466 cm
Length (inches):27 Inches in
Racket cover:Full Length Cover
Stringing pattern:14 x 18
Unstrung weight:130 grams
Brand:Tecnifibre

Reviews

  • Charez G 16 November 2014
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    This racquet feels very stable and strong with no vibrations. I’ve had a little tendonitis in the elbow recently (aggravated by strimming for 6 hours one weekend) and the 130 Suprem doesn’t send any shocks through the elbow if I hit well. The racquet needs to be controlled because off-centre hits are not easily forgiven, but that is the same for the Dunlop Ultimate or the Harrow Spark, due to the smaller head size. The strength of the frame makes hitting for length/power quite easy. I find it plays a little more head-heavy than I was expecting and certainly not as even-weighted as the Harrow Custom Spark. That means that you have to concentrate to get the head up a bit before striking. I’d also say that the straight grip (no shoulder before the shaft) makes a real difference. I’m still not sure what that is, but I think that snapping the wrist on the forehand gets less help from the fore-finger.

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