Dunlop squash rackets are probably the most popular in the world. They’re the official squash rackets of the PSA World Tour, and the Dunlop Biomimetic squash brand is used by many of the top pros on the men’s and women’s tours. They’re also used by tons of regular club players, including myself.
Here are the current Dunlop frames for the 2014 – 2015 season. Some of these are new for this season, and others came out last season but are still part of the Dunlop lineup.
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Top of the Dunlop range. Updated Ultimate frame for 2014. Conventional shape, large head size, good control. 130 grams.
Similar shape to the Ultimate, but fewer strings (and therefore a bit more power). 135 grams.
Nick Matthew’s racket. Sort of a hybrid shape, with the strings extending down through the throat, but not all the way. 130 grams.
Dunlop Force Evolution 130
Alison Waters and others use this racket. Similar shape to the Nick Matthew one, but supposedly lighter in the head. 120 grams.
Dunlop Force Evolution 120
New for 2014. Used by Marwan El Shorbagy starting this year. Dunlop branching out more into the teardrop shape with this one and the Revelation 135. 125 grams, obvi.
Dunlop Force Revelation 125
New for 2014. Similar head shape to the Revelation 135, but a little more weight in the head, and also a fan stringing pattern. More power than the 125.
Dunlop Force Revelation 135
Conventional head shape, but a smaller head size than the Ultimate / Elite. Borja Golan used to play with this guy. 140 grams. See also the similar Pro GTS 130.
Dunlop Biomimetic Pro GTX 140
Small head shape, like the Pro GTS 140, but 10 grams taken out of the head, which makes this 130 grams. A very control-oriented rakcet (and a longtime personal favorite of mine).
Marwan El Shorbagy was playing with this guy for a while. 135 grams.
Dunlop Biomimetic Tour CX 
Marketed towards hardball doubles players. Similar shape to the other Evolution rackets, but 10 grams of extra weight in the head, coming to 140 grams. New this year.
Another racket for the doubles market. This one’s a conventional head shape, and is a teeny bit heavy at 145 grams.
New for 2014. Looks like the same mold as the Pro GTS 130 but 5 more grams of weight in the head…and $40 cheaper. 135 grams total.
135 gram teardrop racket with fan-shaped string pattern. Ramy used to play with the 2012 version.
Dunlop Biomimetic Max 
Another teardrop shape on this one, but regular string pattern. New cosmetic for a racket that’s been around for a while. 140 grams.
Dunlop Biomimetic Pro Lite 
This is a classic frame that all the cool kids used to play with. Dunlop re-released it recently. 140 grams.
Good value for money on this guy, which is new for 2014. 120 grams.
Dunlop Apex Synergy
Another good value, this time in a teardrop shape, new for 2014. Quite light: 110 grams.
Dunlop Apex Infinity
Dunlop Apex 110
Starting to get into the part of the range where the rackets get less expensive, but heavier. 150 grams.
Dunlop Fusion 150
Dunlop Predator 60
Another inexpensive-but-a-bit-heavy guy. 155 grams.
Dunlop Fusion 155
Pretty heavy at 170 grams, but cheap. New for 2014.
Dunlop Blaze Inferno
Very heavy at 175 grams, but very cheap. New for 2014.
Dunlop Blaze Tour
Caveman style: 180 grams. New for 2014.
Dunlop Blaze Pro
Even among the cavemen, there were lighter cavemen and heavier cavemen. 220 grams. New for 2014.
Dunlop Force Lite Ti
I guess this is their kids racket. 155 grams and 22 inches long.