Wilson HYPERion UFO 220 Racquetball Racquet
Grip it and rip it with the powerful Wilson® HYPERion UFO Racquetball Racquet. Featuring the Turbo Tube Double Beam, you'll have twice the strength and durability than a conventional cross section, connected by a Series 6000 Alloy Bridge. Constructed with Air-Lite Tactical Alloy, you'll have great maneuverability on the court, while still staying sharp in high speed games.
- Turbo Tube Double Beam gives you twice the strength and durability than a conventional cross section
- Feel the power through twin tubes connected by a Series 6000 Alloy Bridge
- Air-Lite Tactical Alloy construction provides great maneuverability while reducing fatigue in high speed games
- Head Size: 104 sq. in.
- Weight: 220 g
- Tension: 30-35 lbs.
- Model: WRR02570U3
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13246612
Wilson HYPERion UFO 220 Racquetball Racquet 8 8
Solid with good control Great racquet for the money. My daughter is a beginner and loves it. October 15, 2014
You Get What You Pay For... I played with this racquet ONCE and it started to break. The plastic rivets started to fall out of the string holes. Lost probably six of them. Not good. Spend a bit more and avoid the hassle. April 3, 2014
Wilson HYPERion Racquetball Racquet Good racquet for the price. Not sure it actually provides "twice the strength and durability." Not sure who measures that. April 1, 2014
Hyperion Good. Light little small. And fragile. After one week the outside molding cracked on mine. April 1, 2014
:) I have been playing r-ball for about 7 weeks once a week - this has been my first racquet and overall, I have really enjoyed it. It is a relatively heavier racquet, but only because it's beginner, but my fellow players say mine is the lightest; this is because it slices through the air with less force needed then theirs due to a reduced surface area. It is sturdy and hasn't broken which is good after reading many other racquet reviews. However, it's not very powerful and the grip is a little slippery (I'd recommend you play with a glove or a handle sleeve), but that's ok: you need to learn how to control a racquet before you play with one with a lot of power. If you're looking for the ideal beginner racquet that's good for the money: this is the one to buy. March 21, 2014
Great Racquet Feel great and very lightweight, Great for beginner or intermediate players. Great value for the price. December 9, 2013
So so Overall a decent beginner racquet has a little too much give on an off center shot. Good price March 5, 2013
he loves it! bought for my boyfriend for valentines day. he said grip feels good and good quality. February 20, 2013
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