Review of the Tecnifibre Dynergy APX squash rackets by PDHSports.com

Check out our review of the 2019 Tecnifibre Dynergy APX squash rackets. These rackets are available in 125, 130 and 135 models. The 120 and 130 are pre-strung in Tecnifibre’s performance string X-one Biphase in orange.
The rackets also feature the jumbo shaft which is 38% thicker than the Carboflex for increased power. ArchPowerX frame geometry provides dynamic response with stability.
These rackets are available to order at PDHSports.com
https://www.pdhsports.com/i/q/RSTE13554/tecnifibre-dynergy-apx-120-squash-racket
https://www.pdhsports.com/i/q/RSTE13555/tecnifibre-dynergy-apx-130-squash-racket
https://www.pdhsports.com/i/q/RSTE13556/tecnifibre-dynergy-apx-135-squash-racket
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Comments

Rob Holmes says:

for forgiveness would you go for head cyano or this racket? I have the head cyano 120 strung in the tecnifibre 305 green string

scott cross says:

Reminds me of a prince design minus the ring which I assume is copyright?

Kaetox says:

do you know what the total weight of these rackets are?

-90% НА ВСЕ ALIEXPRESS - cashbacka•ru says:

Для того чтобы получить то, чего вы хотите от жизни, совершенно необходимо сделать первый шаг: решить, чего именно вы хотите.

inghell says:

I remember that the previous dynergy racket was so bad that Miguel Rodriguez (whose signature racket it was) would even stop using it after a few tournaments, and then switched to the older carboflex model. I think they did the right thing by removing that prince style stringing pattern.

Richard Holland says:

Just bought this from you, on the scales comes out at the same weight as carboflex 130 x speed at 152g. Total weight rather than unstrung weight would be useful. Ps I like the racket very much but interesting that 10g advertised weight difference does not result in an actual weight difference once strung

Rob Ellis says:

Great to see Tecnifibre rackets aimed at club level players – I know a few people who got the Carboflex 125 and really struggled to use it at first – you mentioned a few times that these rackets are a lot more forgiving than the Carboflex models and they’re generally quite powerful too – in that case, what advantages do the Carboflex models hold over these? Would be interesting to weigh up the different rackets side by side as they’re pretty similar price wise.

-90% НА ВСЕ ALIEXPRESS - cashbacka•ru says:

Для того чтобы получить то, чего вы хотите от жизни, совершенно необходимо сделать первый шаг: решить, чего именно вы хотите.

-90% НА ВСЕ ALIEXPRESS - cashbacka•ru says:

Для того чтобы получить то, чего вы хотите от жизни, совершенно необходимо сделать первый шаг: решить, чего именно вы хотите.

TheXkofix says:

I’m carboflex 125 user for a few years and last week I played with new dynergy 120 APX. It simply can’t compare with carboflex in control and feel but I noticed bigger sweetspot and maneuverability of APX 120. With carboflex I have better precision. Apx120 is maybe better when you’re in defense.

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