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Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft Squash Racket Zoom Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft Squash Racket

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Question:
What is the factory string tension these rackets come in?
Answer:
We would estimate about 25lbs but lots of factor can affect string tension.
Question:
which string are best to fit this racket "Tecnifibre Dynamix VP at 26lbs" or "Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut"?
Answer:
The Dynamix VP is Tecnifibre's latest and most powerful string to date and is a considerable upgrade compared to the Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut.
Question:
Ive just ordered a new Technifibre Airshaft 125 from your website, with the TF VP string upgrade that you recommended. Can’t wait for it to arrive and get in into the court. Thanks again for all your help and support with my questions on here.
Answer:
Great choice! We hope you love the racket as much as we do!
Question:
does it come with a case?
Answer:
Yes this racket comes with a 3/4 length cover
Question:
Is this racket light head, head heavy or even balance?
Answer:
This racket has an even balance.
Question:
Is this similar to the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Heritage racket? (Yellow and black one)?
Answer:
Yes this racket is the same specification but the newer version with improved technologies.
Question:
How come the NS version of this racket isn't seemingly available anywhere? Only the newer X-TOP one seems available. Thank you
Answer:
The Carboflex Airshaft model is only available in the 125 version. The only NS version now available is the Carboflex 125 NS X-Top (RSTE28537).
Question:
I tend to wear away the bumper. A question above asks about a removable bumper. Answer is no it is a standard bumper. Is it possible to replace the bumper when restringing?
Answer:
Yes you can replace the bumper strip on this racket. The previous 125S model had a different design in which you could take the bumper strip off but still leave the grommets if wanted.
Question:
Hi is this racket better than the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 S?
Answer:
Yes this was a newer version in the Carboflex range, which uses the Airshaft technology to help the racket cut through the air quicker.
Question:
What happened to the technifibre 125 NS air shaft? He has it in the video but can’t seem to buy it anywhere?
Answer:
As this is a model only the 125 Version is available but not the NS. For the lates model, please see the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 NS X-Top (RSTE28537).
Question:
Does the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 NS X-Top (RSTE28537).have a thinner grip please? Just trying to understand if there is any material difference or just aesthetics? Thanks
Answer:
The Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 NS X-Top is the same specification as the Carboflex 125 X-Top but with a thinner grip. The Carboflex Airshaft is a previous model in the Carboflex range.
Question:
Hello, thinking of buying this racket, I have been playing for about a year so, beginner / intermediate. I would say I am a balanced player. What string / tension would you recommend? Cheers.
Answer:
A good choice of string would be the Tecnifibre 305 string around 26lbs tension.
Question:
What string tension and thickness does this racket come in?
Answer:
This racket comes a Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut 1.25mm. We are not given an exact value but usually estimate around 25lbs tension.
Question:
What is the best spare strings to buy with this racket? size etc
Answer:
we would recommend Tecnifibre 305 or Dynamix. The finer gauge gives more control but is not as durable as the slightly thicker gauge.
Question:
Hi, I’ll look at upgrading to the Tecnifibre Dynamix VP. Is that the 1.20 or 1.25 you recommend fir the Airshaft? Thanks
Answer:
The 1.20mm gauge will offer more feel, whereas the 1.25 gauge will have increased durability.
Question:
Would you recommend this for a person with 2 years experience playing twice a week?
Answer:
Yes this racket would be suitable.
Question:
Hi, I’m looking to get this racket as a back up/spare for my X speed. My X speed came with factory synthetic strings and I’m looking to upgrade with the Airshaft and would appreciate your recommendations and tension? I’m an intermediate player. Thanks
Answer:
This is a newer version of the Tecnifibre Carboflex X-Speed. It now comes pre-strung in Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut but if you would like an upgrade we would recommend the Tecnifibre Dynamix VP at 26lbs.
Question:
Currently using the x speed 125 I'm not sure as to get this one or stick with it,I like to volley a lot and go in for the kill, not sure if the racket will still allow me to attack as fast.
Answer:
These are similar to the Carboflex 125 X-Speed, but the new frame design offers quicker acceleration through the air. Whilst the new string is very elastic and offers great power.
Question:
which is better the 125 or the 130
Answer:
The Tecnifibre Carboflex Arishaft 125 is slightly lighter making it easier to manoeuvre, where as the Carboflex Airshaft 130 offers slightly more power from the rear of the court. Please see https://www.pdhsports.com/carboflex-airshaft for reviews of both rackets.
Question:
Do the extended string holes provide a bigger sweetspot? I'm wondering how forgiving this frame would be? It's between this and the Eye V Lite 120
Answer:
The enlarged grommets help to increase string movement which makes it slightly more forgiving than the previous models.
Question:
Is this more like the original carboflex (heritage), Than the carboflex s (red and black with removable bumper)?
Answer:
The Tecnifibre Airshaft rackets do not have a removable bumper.
Question:
Would you say that this is better than the x-speed version?
Answer:
The Carboflex Airshaft has updated frame geometry for a more dynamic response, as well as 4 enlarged main and cross grommets to increase string movement and power generation.
Question:
Which is an overall better racquet for an aggressive player this one or the head speed 120 graphene?
Answer:
The Tecnifibre rackets is best for attacking play if you are an experienced player, the Head speed would have a larger sweet spot for extra forgiveness and be slightly lighter but its hard to choose against the carboflex :)
Question:
Quick question: If I'm replacing the grommets on the new Airshaft, are the grommets themselves the same as the Tecnifibre X-Speed models?
Answer:
The grommet strips for these racket are different as the Airshaft models have enlarged main string grommets but they may still fit.
Question:
is this more head heavy than the x-speed?
Answer:
The Airshaft has the same balance point as the X-Speed.
Question:
Balance point and weight supposed to be the same as X speed. However, do you find the airshaft rackets to be slightly more head heavy?
Answer:
Paul has tested these rackets and felt they were the same so any difference would be marginal, many thanks
Question:
what is the all-in weight with strings and grip?
Answer:
The all-in weight of this racket is 153grams.
Question:
What's the durability like on these rackets?
Answer:
These rackets have great durability.
Question:
whats the difference between this one and the red and black one?
Answer:
The Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft is a later version in the Carboflex range than the Carboflex S, so uses more advanced technologies to offer increased power and reduce vibrations.
Question:
Does the tecnifibre airshaft 125 have Dynamax v p string as in your video review? It says on the spec it's synthetic gut So not sure what it is supplied with from your warehouse ?
Answer:
The review video was produced when the Airshaft was first released and did come pre strung in Dynamix VP, however now this racket is at a great deal price it comes pre strung in Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut
Question:
Hi. I am looking to buy this racket for my 16 year old son who is a good county standard squash player. If he doesn't like the racket for whatever reason are we able to return it if we have it restrung in strings of his choice and to 27lbs or can only the standard rackets be returned?
Answer:
Rackets which have been custom restrung cannot be returned to us. Please see https://www.pdhsports.com/help/trial

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  • Please note: From Sept 2022 this racket comes pre-strung in Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut
  • Tecnifibre's bestselling range, used by former World No.1 Mohamed El Shorbagy
  • Redesigned frame for great racket acceleration
  • Enlarged grommets in key areas allow for more string movement increasing power
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From September 2022 this racket comes pre-strung in Tecnifbre Synthetic Gut at this great new price.

The topselling Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 from Tecnifbre's flagship range used by Mohamed El Shorbagy. The Airshaft frame geometry is modified for more dynamic response and acceleration. X-Arms technology increases the strength of the structure for more stability. 4 enlarged main and cross strings encourage string movement and improve tolerance and effect. The Airshaft is aimed at intermediate to advanced players seeking maximum acceleration.

Additional Information

PDH Product Code:RSTE17951
Balance:Even
FactoryStrings:Tecnifibre Synthetic Gut
Head size (cm):500 cm
Racket cover:3/4 length
Stringing pattern:14x18
Unstrung weight:125 grams
Brand:Tecnifibre
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Tech 1
AERO SHAFT SECTION

FRAME GEOMETRY MODIFIED FOR MORE DYNAMIC RESPONSE AND ACCELERATION

Tech 2
LIGHT BUMPER

A SPECIALLY DESIGNED BUMPER TO REDUCE WEIGHT AT THE HEAD OF THE RACKET FOR INCREASED MANOEUVERABILITY

Tech 3
X-ARMS

REVOLUTIONARY SHAFT DESIGN STRENGTHENING THE STRUCTURE FOR INCREASED STABILITY

Tech 4
EXTENDED STRING HOLES

THE GROMMET HOLES ARE ENLARGED ON 4 SPECFIC MAINS AT 12 O'CLOCK AND 4 SPECIFIC CROSSES ON EACH SIDE AT 3 AND 9 O'CLOCK TO ENCOURAGE MOVEMENT OF THE STRINGS FOR IMPROVED STRING TOLERANCE AND GREATER EFFECT THE PLAYER CAN PUT ON THE BALL

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