Harrow squash rackets are popular with both pros and amateurs. They offer a few classic frame shapes, with lots of different options in terms of weights, balance points, and cosmetics. Most of their rackets are available in a multiple styles. All Harrow rackets are advertised at the “strung” weight, i.e. quoted including the weight of the strings, which adds about 10 grams. Harrow squash rackets tend to be up there in price.
The Harrow Spark weighs in at 135 grams strung, so about 125 grams unstrung. It comes in a few styles. This one is the Jonathon Power signature version, which came out in 2013/2014:
Harrow Spark (Original)
140 grams, strung. Used by tons of men’s and women’s pros, including world #2 Raneem El Weleily. There are two sweet new styles for 2015, called the Harrow Vapor Misfit.
This is another Jonathon Power signature model. It weighs in at 140 grams, strung. Chris Simpson and Omar Abdel Meguid have used this racket.
It also comes in a black version:
The original Harrow Stealth is used by LJ Anjema. It weighs in at 145 grams strung.
There’s also the Harrow Stealth Camo:
This is 140 grams strung, 5 grams lighter than the regular Harrow Stealth. It comes in two cosmetics, the original Stealth Ultralite (which Joshna Chinappa uses):
And the Harrow Stealth Ultralite Retro:
140 grams, dense string pattern of 16 x 19.
145 grams strung. Another dense string pattern, 16 x 19.
145 grams strung, teardrop. Marwan El Shorbagy has used this racket. Low Wee Wern play with her own signature version of this racket.
145 grams strung. The Nathalie Grainger signature racket.
145 grams strung.
145 grams strung. Annie Au and Rachael Grinham both use this racket.
150 grams strung.
150 grams strung.
155 grams strung, teardrop shape.
160 grams strung.
160 grams strung. This is the final Jonathon Power signature model. This one’s a teardrop shape, and is meant more for beginners / intermediate players.
160 grams strung. Under $100.
170 grams strung. Meant for beginners.