Note: there’s also a Slimbody version of this racket.
Update: the Head Graphene 360+ Speed 135 is the successor to this racket
Head Graphene 360 Speed 135
Release year: 2019
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Racket Specs chart
Advertised weight (unstrung): 135 grams
Head size: 500 cm sq
String pattern: 12x17
Measured weight (all-in): 156.5 grams
Measured balance: 35 cm
This is a teardrop-shaped racket that comes with the Head Adaptive Fan pattern, which means you can string it in the traditional way (vertically) or in a fan stringing pattern (as in the picture above).
In their product listing, Control the T says:
New to the line is the Adaptive Fan Pattern stringing option. The racquet comes strung with a 12/17 stringing pattern but for those looking for a bit more control you can restring with a 16/17 stringing pattern.
In the photo above it’s a 16×17 stringing pattern.
Head Graphene 360 Speed 135 Reviews
Here’s a review I did comparing the Speed 135 to the Tecnifibre Dynergy APX 120:
Here’s Laura Massaro talking about the new racket in a video from PDH Sports:
Paul from PDH Sports also did his own review:
Looks like Laura Massaro will be using this racket. She used the prior model as well.
Here’s a “what’s in your bag” video from PDH Sports. The Head Graphene 360 Speed 135 makes an appearance:
Here’s Laura with the racket at the 2019 British Open. This was actually the last match she played before she retired:
Photo via British Open Squash 2019
Olivia Fiechter uses this frame. Here she is at the 2021 Black Ball Open:
Photo via Squash Site →
Thanks to Ivan and Sam for the tips!
If you have tried this racket and have any feedback on it, please leave a comment below.