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Head Graphene XT Cyano 135 Squash Racket Zoom Head Graphene XT Cyano 135 Squash Racket
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2 Reviews
Was £114.99 48% off
Powerful, head-light racket

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  • Unstrung weight 135g
  • Head size 500 cm²
  • Balance - Head light
  • String pattern 12/17
  • With new Graphene XT construction
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£114.99 £59.40 48% off

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Head Graphene XT Cyano 135 Squash Racket
8 in stock
£114.99 £59.40 48% off

HEAD's latest range of squash rackets with Graphene XT construction. Thanks to the improved stronger material structure of GRAPHENE XT, HEAD claim they can make their rackets up to 20% lighter compared to a conventional racket with the equivalent swing weight. In other words, you have a faster racket but with the same weight behind the ball when you hit it.

Additional Information

PDH Product Code:RSHE5857
Balance:Head light
Beam:20mm
FactoryStrings:Perfect Power
Head size (Inches):500"
Racket cover:Full Length Cover
Stringing pattern:12 x 17
Unstrung weight:135 grams
Brand:Head

Reviews

  • pankaj r 19 April 2018
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    All graphene cyano series rackets are one of the best rackets available on market, they generate a lot of power, great feel for control and they feel very fast on the air. only down side of these rackets is whatever string you use they tend to break within a month or so if you are a regular player strings may break within few weeks. Probably the reason is they come in 12x17 string pattern(i guess)

  • Andrew P 16 April 2018
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    Good racket that generates a lot of power and does have a good feel for control. It claims to be head light but for a racket that's 135 grams, I feel like it's quite head heavy. You might want to consider the 120. It seems to be able to take a crack on the wall. One thing to consider is that strings are terrible. I played two games and broke the first rackets. The second one is showing signs of going after one game.

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