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Ektelon Air Response Racquetball Racquet

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List Price: $220.00
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  • This racquet ships pre-strung
  • This racquet includes a cover
  • Cushion Response built in dampening system
  • Frame Cross Section MM O3 Super Widebody 23 SB
  • Material Construction TTT w/ GraphitComposite
  • String Pattern Power Ring 16x19
  • Head Size 106 Power Level 2600 Weight (Unstrung) 185g

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Product Description

Ektelon's Air Response, a member of the O3 Hybrid Series, features its own variation of O3 technology with a built in Cushion Response system to provide additional shock dampening and aerodynamics for lightweight power.

O3 Sweet Zone - Ektelon replaced traditional pin-sized string holes with revolutionary giant O-ports, providing total string freedom for a livelier response across the entire string bed. This increases the sweet spot, creating a Sweet Zone, which means ultimate power on every shot!

The Power Ring - An inverted "ring" in the throat of the frame creates longer main strings of uniform length for enhanced power across the entire string bed. Grommet-less throat increases frame durability and stiffness.

Triple Threat w/ Tungsten - All the powerful technology of Triple Threat® with the added benefit of Tungsten for even more stability, power, and control.
String Pattern (mains x crosses): Power Ring 16 x 19
Balance: Head Light
Stiffness/Flex: Stiff
Beam Width: 23 mm O3 Super Widebody Straight
Composition/Construction: TTT with Graphite Composite
String Type: Synthetic Gut 16g
Grip Type: MaxTack
Color(s): Black/Red
Grip Sizes (made in): SS, SM

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B002SYFG1E
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #262,311 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A fellow with a keyboard on September 1, 2012
Buying racquetballs rackets is confusing, even for someone like me who plays regularly and has used lots of different rackets. Rackets vary considerably in weight, balance, and power (not to mention price). Below is a brief overview of which factors determine which combination of weight/balance/power is best for you. See Racquetball Warehouse's buying guide for more details.

* Racket balance: I would generally recommend looking for an evenly balanced or slightly head-light racket. The balance really affects the feel of the racket, and I find that head-heavy rackets, while generating more power, are much harder to control. Head-light rackets will give you greater maneuverability but will generate less power. Unfortunately Amazon does not generally tell you whether a racket is head light or head heavy, so check out Racquetball Warehouse for those specs.

* Racket weight: I would generally recommend looking for a weight between 170-185 grams to give you the best combination of power and control. You may want to go lighter if you are an advanced player who generates your own power. You may want to go heavier if you rely on more of a control game.

* Swing weight: I would generally recommend looking for a swingweight between 150 and 160 for a good combination of power and control. Higher swing weights give you more power but less control, and vice versa.

* Grip size: I would generally recommend the smaller grip size (3 5/8) to allow for greater wrist snap, but it's not a big deal.

* Head size: 105 sq. inches is pretty standard--don't go more than a few inches lower than that.


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