Dunlop Biomimetic Evolution 130 Squash Racket Review

New review from pdhsports on Nick Matthew world squash champion racket of choice, the Dunlop Biomimetic Evolution 130 squash racket

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Mike Jenkins says:

Hi there, I am really into squash and current racket need replacing as it weighs 195 grams. I’m looking for something light/medium light with more control than power, 60/40 balance with a price around £40. Any ideas would be greatly recieved!

Mushtaq Anis says:

Thanks

Mushtaq Anis says:

It can be strung between 20-30lb but does anyone know how much tension does it come with?

Ramish Aziz says:

Hi I’m deciding which racket to get, the dunlop biometric evolution 130 or the wilson blade blx. Any suggestions???

pdhsports says:

glad you like the racket, let us know if you need any more info

jess says:

just bought this racquet and wondering what is your view on overgrips? I like the feel of the gecko tac grip alone but on my previous racquets I’ve always put an
overgrip on it

GSX-R600L1 says:

cheers, i ended up buying the evolution, pretty cool racket and tonnes of power but i think i might put a thicker grip on it and maybe change the strings! 🙂

Alexzander King says:

I use this racket but the 2013 version took me a while to get used to it but as a power player I do enjoy sending opponents to the back of the court. A very good racket for experienced players would recommend it for beginners as it takes a while to get used to it.

pdhsports says:

Hi – Head-light, control rackets tend to cost a bit more – I would look at the Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium and the Karakal tec Tour 140 for starters

pdhsports says:

The factory tension is usually 26-28lbs

pdhsports says:

We don’t sell Browning so could not comment, Head offer a great selection of rackets that would be worth checking out or even the Wilson Hyper Hammer ranges

pdhsports says:

One of our favourite rackets, 9/10!

MasZakrY says:

The stock strings are complete garbage. Put in Supernick XL (white ones) and it transforms the racquet. Also, remove the stupid vibration dampener and take a few hours to get used to it 🙂

mjolnir1981 says:

And what about the browning platinum nano ti 140?

WalkAsIf says:

rate out of 10?

pdhsports says:

@azycrayessjay personal choice with grips, best to find one you like and stick with it

mjolnir1981 says:

What is your opinion on the Dunlop Aerogel Pro for a bigginer?

pdhsports says:

The Pro has a small headsize so you may be better off with a teardrop shaped racket with a larger headsize and bigger seetspot such as the Dunlop Blackstorm.

pdhsports says:

@simmy3000 you need to give any new racket a few weeks to get used to it, Prince rackets have a unique feel so will always be different if that is what you are used to, good luck though, hope the racket choice works out for you.

Alexzander King says:

Overall a good racket I used the black technifibre strings and the ball flies

pdhsports says:

The Biomimetic Evolution is more teardrop-shaped. The Evolution is/feels lighter and in our view is a bit more powerful.

GSX-R600L1 says:

This or the Biomimetic Ultimate?

Salty Box Gaming says:

I like the older racquets. They last longer feel great. Not the small head ones, but the 95-99’s. Hate the new ones because the do to much with making them now.

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