Came across the Head Cyber Edge. Filed under cheap squash rackets. I believe this is the successor to the Head Spark Edge. This is the 2019 model I believe: Here’s the original model: 0
Cheap Squash Rackets
Here are the cheap squash rackets I've posted recently.
I mean cheap in the cost sense. Cheap squash rackets are often pretty thick and therefore durable.
Cheap squash rackets are usually heavier than a top-shelf squash racket. Is that bad? Not necessarily. Heavier rackets are more difficult to whip through the air quickly, and tough to make last-second adjustments with. But if you're a beginner, these things aren't as important, because you're still working on grooving a basic swing anyway.
Why get an inexpensive squash racket? Often these are a good starting point for beginners who want to try out squash or play once in a while but don't want to spend a ton of cash.
The Dunlop Blaze Pro 2.0, a 2017 model, very inexpensive at $35. Note: this was replaced by the Dunlop Blaze Pro 3.0 As you might expect, replaces the Dunlop Blaze Pro. 0
The Dunlop Blaze Tour 2.0, a 2017 model that’ll set you back $42. Must be the successor to the Dunlop Blaze Tour then? Note: this is being replaced in 2018 by the Dunlop Blaze Tour 3.0 0
The Dunlop Hyper Lite Ti. 2017 model. $32. 0
The Black Knight Flash is an inexpensive squash racket made of aluminum and graphite. Just spotted in late 2017. 0
The Artengo SR 560 is an entry-level teardrop-shaped model from Artengo squash rackets. At £25, this is a steal. Here’s a review I put together: 0
The Mantis Xenon is a cheap squash racket, listed at £40 on the Mantis website. 0
The Wilson Force Team BLX, spotted in January 2017: Frame Weight: 160 grams The Wilson Force Team BLX is somewhat inexpensive (£32 at Sweatband). It looks similarly shaped to the Wilson Force 155 and Wilson Force 165, but in between them in terms of weight. 0
Quick post for the Head Spark Tour, a cheap squash racket from Head: Another variety. Not sure when this came out, only spotted it in 2018: 0
The Prince AirO Lightning squash racket: Weight: 150 grams Head Size: 484 sq cm Balance: Head-light (35 cm) according to SquashGear This racket’s pretty inexpensive at about $50. A tad heavy, and I haven’t hit with it personally, but it seems like a decent deal given the advertised specs. Might be a good one to […]