Tecnifibre Carboflex 125S v the new HEAD Graphene Touch Speed 120 Slimbody

NEW Playtest of the bestselling Tecnifibre Carboflex 125S v the new HEAD Graphene Touch Speed 120 Slimbody.
In this comparative squash racket review, we examine how these two rackets perform, looking specifically at power, manoeuvrability, touch and weight.

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opensourcecurrency says:

Did you control for strings and tension?


Hey please make another video for head graphene touch 120 sb please!!!!!! By the way making good progress pdh sports!!!!keep it going@@

Andreu Roig says:

Good to see the old style videos are back. Reviews are now great as they used to be. Congrats!

Steve Whiteley says:

What would be interesting would be to take several examples of a similar racquet and string it up at different tensions and show how differently it plays in these situations. It’s quite hard for regular players to know as you don’t actually know what your racquet string tension was in the first place and when you go for a re-string, it isn’t clear what to ask for.

Peter Eedy says:

Good review — although in the summary (after hearing your running comments) I thought you might have suggested that the Carboflex suited players who liked to play heavy ground strokes, and the Head for the attacking player who liked to volley?

Keith Murphy says:

Hi, I’ve got a pimped old Carboflex 125, (black & yellow), fitted with the new Carboflex 125S grommet strip, they fit perfectly and allow you to ditch the bumper strip. It takes about 4 to 5g off the weight at the top of the frame and therefore makes it head light and really nice to play with, however, after watching this review I’ve just bought one of the Head Graphene Touch Speed 120 SB to try out.

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