In depth review of the Salming 2016 squash racket range by PDHSports.com

In this comprehensive squash racket review we look at the 2016 Salming ranges. Paul reviews each of the rackets for control and for power and compares and contrasts each of the models. The new rackets will be available in June. http://www.pdhsports.com/c/q/brand/salming

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Pieter-Willem Cilliers says:

please

Matthew Dawson-Paver says:

Good review as always.

Would be great to see a comparison of some of the Oliver rackets, in particular the light ones like Warp and Pure

Reinier van Dommelen says:

Bought a Salming Fusione Aero Vectran -> Great racket with a lot of power and good touch until it starts developing cracks. My racket started developing small hairline cracks on the inside area of the closed throat. Definitely not due to impact. Really gutted, as I enjoy the racket. Trying to get some response or help in this regard from Salming directly or the local dealer was totally pointless. You will not get any feedback or Customer interaction from Salming at all! The local dealer does not provide feedback either and just tries to ignore you in hoping you will go away eventually. My advice is to not buy a Salming racket, rather make use of the other reputable brands that actually support their own products.

Pieter-Willem Cilliers says:

can you do a review on the Technifibre dynergy 135 AP

Nazar Labunets says:

Did you feel any vibration on the Fusione? It’s kind of a concern for me.

Admiral LongStash says:

Hi everybody,
I play the Salming Potenza 2.0 although I would classiffy myselff as a fast attacking kind of player. I like the power it provides, it helps me to push opponents into the back of the court. I also love to play dropshots and widths in the front court, all quite effordless with the Potenza.

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