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Black Knight Hex Phenom Squash Racket Zoom Black Knight Hex Phenom Squash Racket

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  • Designed for advanced/pro players
  • With Nano Crystalline Technology (NCT) to reduce vibration
  • Frame weight 135g
  • Pre-strung with Ashaway Supernick XL Micro
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Black Knight Hex Phenom Squash Racket
1 in stock
£150.00 £100.00 33% off

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Nano Crystalline Technology (NCT) which is an additive incorporated into the carbon fibre that not only helps reduce vibration but binds the fibres for added durability.

BK’s Thermal Core technology (TC) in which the racquet is pressurized with superheated air while it is being cured in the ovens. This allows for a uniform curing process inside the frame and out for greater durability and a more responsive hit. 16K fibres, the highest standard of graphite available -16,000 individual strands woven together for more structural strength.

Power of 6 - this frame is fine-tuned for optimum performance by first analysing it under stress at 6 points, from the handle to the top of the head. The resulting data are then used to make further adjustments to the frame until the ideal specifications are achieved.

Additional Information

PDH Product Code:RSBK10708
Construction:Thermal Core
FactoryStrings:SuperNick ZX Micro string
Head size (Inches):76.4"
Head size (cm):493 cm
Length (inches):27 in
Racket cover:Full Length Cover
Stringing pattern:14x18
Unstrung weight:135 grams
Brand:Black Knight


  • Brian H 17 March 2018
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    Had been looking for a thin framed racket as a more durable alternative to Harrows Custom Spark. Here it is... hopefully. Excellent balance and feel, with enough power to suit anyone. Not as tautly strung as Dunlop's Nick Matthew Evolution Pro, so it is more forgiving generally.

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