Racket review: HEAD Graphene PWR Speed


‘Squaring’ the stringbed boosts both the sweet spot and power output

Like to get up to the net? The HEAD Graphene PWR Speed could be for you

Based on the technology used in Novak Djokovic’s racket, the PWR Speed twins power and oversize dimensions with the added manoeuvrability of a featherlight frame.

Super-strong Graphene strengthens the throat, allowing head to place more weight at the tip of the frame where it helps the racket plough through the ball despite the low static weight.

They have also built it with the QuadFace stringing configuration, which lengthens the strings in the corners of the frame, ‘squaring’ the stringbed to boost both the sweet spot and power output. Ideal for those with short to medium swings who spend a lot of time at the net.

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Posted by: tennishead

RRP: £145
Head size: 115 sq.in
Unstrung weight: 255g
String pattern: 16x19
Balance: 34.5cm
Beam: 26mm-26mm-28mm 

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