Wilson HYPERion Minx Racquetball RacquetItem Number: 13246614
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Go for a win on the court with the Wilson® HYPERion Minx Racquetball Racquet. Featuring patented Wilson® exclusive Power String Technology, the Minx gives you more pop and power with elasticity on every shot because the main strings are extended into the handle. The Volcanic Cross Section gives you a more stable frame with two Interior Stabilization Struts for explosive kill shots.
- Wilson® exclusive patented Power String Technology provides extra pop on every shot with main strings extending into the handle for more power and elasticity
- Volcanic Cross Section technology delivers a more stable frame, with a different angle on the inner frame and two Interior Stabilization Struts to deliver welting kill shots
- Series 6000 Tactical Aluminum Alloy for increased durability and maneuverability in high speed performance
- Hybrid grip features tack in clear spots and overall moisture absorption
- Head Size: 107 sq. in.
- Weight: 215 g
- Tension: 28-33 lbs.
- Model: WRR02590U3
Country of Origin: China
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Eos Seemed like a good choice for begginner, but returning it. Pros: The grip is super nice. My hand never slipped and even my friend who has a $190 raquet was happy with it. The sweetspot: When you are able to hit the ball here, so little effort was needed to get the ball anywhere on the court and a good speed. However, I found I rarely was able to hit this spot (see cons). Cons: I felt it was very unforgiving for a relative new player. If you miss that sweet spot, I had no power and it murdered my hand. It might as well have been a dead ball. It was so heavy I had a hard time whipping it around (I play doubles 2-3 times a week with some pretty experienced players, but I am pretty new to it). Overall: I am not sure why it is thought that new players should use a heavy racquet (I get that we get more power from it, but it shouldn't be this heavy). This is just silly to me. I played with all my friends racquets (ranging from 165g to 180g and then this one at 215g. 165 I'd say is too light as I don't get the power I need, but 215 was way way to heavy. 175-195 would be ideal. Btw I am a female player so I also thought having a heavier racquet would help even more so. Guess just not with this racquet. June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jennifer 777 Excellent Racket I've been playing racket ball for over 15 years and have had 4 different rackets in the past. I 'd say this is the least expensive yet the best racket! I am recommend this to all of my friends who love playing racket ball. November 25, 2013
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