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Head Graphene Cyano 115 Squash Racquet
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- Graphene is Head’s newest breakthrough technology. This material has a breaking strength 200 times greater than steel, which makes it the ultimate substance for creating new HEAD racquet frames with exceptional properties.
- Headsize: 77 square inches / 500 sq. cm
- Weight: 4.05 oz / 115 grams
- Balance : 2 points head heavy / 35 cm
- String Pattern: 12 Mains x 17 Crosses - Racquet is prestrung by HEAD
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this racquet is very easy to break! (maybe mine had a default but i still have to warn you of what happened) .. )after many years of playing squash, i can easily tell the difference between racquets in terms of durability/hardness.
Head advertise this as "graphene the strongest material on earth!".... its by far the weakest and easiest racquet to break that i have ever played with. (again it could be a default in my racquet only i dont really know)
after i broke one i purchased the same brand again because its just so damn great but im very cautious now and i let many balls go because im worried about breaking it.
worst part is that i contacted Head about my problem. i was told that my email was forwarded to the "customer care" department. sadly "customer care" or should i call them "customer care-not" completely ignored me even after a couple of reminders!
and just to make things clear, many people argue that lighter racquets are always weaker. i am comparing it to racquets of the same weight or even lighter that i have used before..
Perhaps Head should sell 2 at a time with a discount