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HEAD CPS Heat 190 Racquetball Racquet

HEAD CPS Heat 190 Racquetball Racquet - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Burn through the competition with the HEAD® CPS Heat Racquetball Racquet. The CPS Heat is part of the Head® Club Series, and is a great piece of equipment for the recreational racquetball player. Featured Advanced Metallix™ Power with revolutionary split beam frame construction provides explosive power. You'll dominate with added power in every stroke and increased accuracy and control in your hands with the HEAD® CPS Heat.

  • Recreational player's racquetball racquet
  • Advanced Metallix™ (AMP) Power with revolutionary split beam frame construction for extreme power
  • Technology: Nano Titanium, Ultra
  • TearDrop shaped frame
  • Lightweight, Pyramid V
  • PowerZone String Pattern
  • Construction: Nano Titanium Alloy
  • Weight (unstrung): 190 grams
  • Balance (unstrung): 260 mm
  • Length: 22 in.
  • Head Size: 106.5 sq. in.
  • String: Powerzone PPS
  • Grip: SofTac / 3 5/8
  • Model: 222002
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 12176886

Customer Reviews:

HEAD CPS Heat 190 Racquetball Racquet 2 5 3 3
Terrible The Strings broke after a week of playing and an experienced player that I play with said that it was nothing I had done, but was in fact the racquet. Would not recommend to anybody. October 29, 2013
Good enough for the price I use this racquet almost everyday and its god for its price. Definitely, it does not have great power.The thing I hated the most about this racquet is the wrist-strap is not looped and is a pain. I have now started using this, without that wrist-strap.But for ~30$, its not back May 2, 2012
Shouldn't have gone this cheap I only play racquetball occassionally so didn't want to spend that much money. I got the cheapest one in the store and that was a big mistake. The ball doesn't really bounce off the racquet like other ones and it was frustrating to play with an inferior racquet. February 10, 2012
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