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Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 Squash Racket Zoom Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 Squash Racket

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Question:
Which racket is better for aggressive players this one,tecnifibre carboflex airshaft or Dunlop hyperfibre xt revelation pro?
Answer:
The Head Speed 360 is the best of these racket for power as it has a head heavy balance and a large sweetspot.
Question:
This was a favoured racket by Paul in one review. Later the 360+ speed slimbody 120 came out on top. So which is most powerful of the two? And what is the current best one in the range? Thanks
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The Head Graphene 360+ is a newer technology so this would be the better of the two rackets. The standard version is more powerful than the Slimbody version which is thinner so cuts through the air quicker.
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Does this come with a case or cover?
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Yes this racket comes with a full length cover.
Question:
Is this a forgiving racket for a beginner-level player?
Answer:
This racket has a large sweet spot so is fairly forgiving and would be suitable for all levels of play.
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Hi does the racket come with strings or do you need to order strings
Answer:
Yes this racket comes pre strung in Head Reflex 1.2 from factory.
Question:
Hi Paul,I have been using the Head Cyano 110 for years and reall like it, however it is now discontinued and I only have 2 left. What is the best alternative/replacement to match them now?
Answer:
Hi we have the newer 115 model available here: https://www.pdhsports.com/i/q/RSHE3912/head-graphene-cyano-115-squash-racket
Question:
I see you recommend Tecnifibre Dynamix string for more power. What mm size wouid you pick though? I’ve always used Ashaway Supernick. How come you don’t sell that anymore as it’s very popular?
Answer:
A thinner gauge offers more feel, whereas a thicker gauge offers better durability. We will stock the Ashaway Supernick XL but it is currently out of stock with Ashaway.
Question:
Which racket is better for a beginner this one or 120 slimbody? Thanks
Answer:
This racket would be more suited to a beginner player than the Slimbody version as it offers more forgiveness on off centred shots and helps to generate more power.
Question:
What string and tension do you recommend for this racket?
Answer:
We would recommend the Tecnifibre Dynamix for more power or the Ashaway Supernick ZX for more control. We would usually suggest a tension around 26lbs.
Question:
Is this racquet good for removing ball from the corner? And is it good for aggressive/attacking players?
Answer:
Yes this racket is ideal for the power players, and having a lighter frame weight makes it easy to manoeuvre around court.
Question:
After an overall comparison which racquet is better for intermediate players this or the tecnifibre carboflex 125 i am really confused as which one to buy?
Answer:
The carboflex is the no1 selling squash racket at pdhsports :)
Question:
How does this racquet compare to the Tecnifibre Dynergy APX 130? Would you recommend one over the other for beginner/intermediate players?
Answer:
Both these rackets would be suitable. The Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 has a slightly larger head size which provides more forgiveness on off-centred shots and the lighter weight will help with manoeuvrability, whereas the 130 weight of the Tecnifibre Dynergy APX will help to get better power to get the ball out of the corners.
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How is the durability of this racquet and do you recomend this for beginners?
Answer:
Yes this is a popular racket, the 120 gram weight means its easy to move around court whilst still being able to generate power from a bigger head size and open stringing pattern.
Question:
How does this racket compare to the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft? Wondering which is better in terms of feel and power? Thanks.
Answer:
Both rackets are very popular, the Head 360 Speed 120 offers more power from a larger head size and bigger sweet spot, whereas the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft will offer more feel.

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Was £140.00 42% off
For aggressive power
  • Graphene 360 technology improves energy transfer
  • Adaptive Fan Pattern (AFP) allows you to chose between power and control
  • Head heavy balance
  • Corrugated Technology (CT2) in the throat of the racket
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Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 Squash Racket
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The Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 helps generate power for the agrressive front court player. The head heavy balance increases overall swing weight for more control. Head's Graphene 360 technology makes the racket more stable and energy transfer form racket to ball. It also comes with the revolutionary Corrugated Technology (CT2) in the throat of the racket providing extra power on every shot. The Adaptive Fan Pattern (AFP) allows you to chose between at 12/17 and a 16/17 stringing pattern.

Additional Information

PDH Product Code:RSHE14266
Balance:Head Heavy
Beam:20 mm
Construction:Graphene 360
FactoryStrings:Head Reflex 1.2
Head size (cm):500 cm
Length (inches):27 in
Racket cover:Full Length Cover
Stringing pattern:12/17
Unstrung weight:120 grams grams
Brand:Head

Reviews

  • Cho Y 3 February 2020
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    I have been playing with the original Carboflex 125 for a few years but looking for a more forgiving racket as I do not have the time to practice as much. I was a bit unsure of the head heavy balance to start off with, and I also trailed the head light Karakel 90g racket and the Black Knight Surge. The Surge felt the best in my hand as first impression but as soon as I was on court it was clear that the Head 120 is the racket that suit my game right now. The drives are tight and straight, volleys are just as good (even though it does feel heavier than the other 2 rackets, it is still a light racket). I need to get use to the feel of the racket for the short game but that is not a worry for me because when you can play tight shots with good length, you have huge advantage over your opponent at club level. This racket was my least favourite out of the box but absolutely the best on court. I am glad that I used PDH's 10 days trail as otherwise I would have never found this gem. Cheers.

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