E-Force Bedlam 170 Lite Racquetball Racquet

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Product Information:

Packed with game-changing technology and constructed with a Tri-Carbon Frame, the E-Force® Bedlam 170 Lite Racquetball Racquet offers the total package with explosive power, durability and performance.

Advanced Technology, Extreme Benefits
22'' LongStrings® launch the ball with greater force, power and velocity
Zero Richter Tubes reduce vibration and create a more consistent hitting surface
Bypass Stringing System offers a livelier ball response, increased string movement and durability
Launchpad Technology allows more string movement, resulting in more power
Hi-Octane Power Boosters stabilize the stringbed and increase power for on and off center hits

Durable Construction, Powerful Performance
Tournament Graphite Construction provides strength, durability and elongated play
Tri-Carbon Frame features three different types of carbon chosen for optimal stiffness, durability and weight
Total Carbon Head for increased durability and power

Key Specs
Head Shape: Tri-Tear
Weight: 170g
String: 17G Black Platinum
Grip: 3 5/8

Additional Details
Style: 96701
E-Force
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 93311136

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Not too Shabby!!! Bought this Racquet from a competitor as a backup or loaner and have played with it only once but was really impressed with the feel and balance. Its a 170 which I'm used to playing with a i165 Head. Couldn't really tell a huge difference between the two and I love the i165 Head Intelligence. Racquet feels crisp and has pretty decent power for serves and kill shots and vibration was not much to speak of if any. I'll have to see how it holds up but after one 2 hour outing it worked awesome and impressed me enough to keep it in the bag. I paid around $89.99 for the racquet and for that price it performs as good as a lot of the higher priced racquets I've played with in the past. The Head I normally play with was about the same price 2 years ago and still is and proves you don't have to break the bank to have great equipment and play competitively. Both are excellent so far. I feel I'm a C-B level player and play twice a week normally. July 13, 2016
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