Here are the Black Knight squash rackets from the 2014 / 2015 season. I think Black Knight originated in Canada and is very popular there. Canadians Sam Cornett and Shawn Delierre play with Black Knight. It’s also starting to make inroads overseas; for example French player Mathieu Castagnet plays with Black Knight squash rackets. And of course, former world #1 David Palmer played with Black Knight.
One cool thing about Black Knight squash rackets is they often come strung with high-end Ashaway strings.
Also 135 grams. Supposed to be a bit less stiff than the Ion Element PSX. Head-light. PowerNick 19 strings.
130 grams, teardrop, head-light. And greeeeen. PowerNick 19 strings.
Comes in a few versions: the black is 140 grams, yellow and pink are both 145 grams. Canadian #1 Sam Cornett also plays with a signature version of the black. All are head-light. SuperNick XL Micro strings.
140 grams, head-light, SuperNick XL Micro strings; all the same as the X-Force black. Not entirely sure what the difference is.
Another 140 gram head-light guy, though this one is supposed to be a little less stiff than the others. SuperNick XL Micro strings.
Similar specs to the Magnum Corona 6. David Palmer used to play with this guy. Strings: PowerNick 18.
130 grams and teardrop. Head-heavy. Strings: SuperNick XL Ti.
135 grams, 5 grams heavier than the regular Ion Cannon. P.S. — Matthieu Castagnet plays with this. The strings are SuperNick XL Micro.
125 grams and head-light. Strings: PowerNick 18.
130 grams and head-light. 5 grams heavier than the Quicksilver TC. Strings: PowerNick 18.
Classic frame shape, 135 grams and even balance. Comes with PowerNick 19 strings.
135 grams and even balance. Same as the Razor TC, but I think it comes with not-as-good strings.
145 grams, their heaviest, but not too heavy. Even balance. A great deal at $60.