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155 g (unstrung)
Use of aluminium makes this a very sturdy racket.
This racket's high inertia delivers more powerful strokes.
Its large head (467 cm²) reduces centring errors and improves your shots
This racket has been made from two different materials, combining the power of graphite with the durability of aluminium. The aluminium head is very durable so that children don't break their racket too quickly. The graphite throat provides sturdiness and therefore power.
This racket's head is made from aluminium 6061 which is perfectly suited to beginner squash players. The use of aluminium makes this racket very solid, nearly unbreakable. It is therefore resistant to impacts against walls.
At 155 g (unstrung), this racket provides excellent power so that you can push your opponent to the back of the court.The weight of the racket's frame (without strings, bumper or grip) is only 130 g, making it perfect for young beginners.This racket's features mean that young beginner players can continue improving.
The 330 mm neutral balance gives the racket a good compromise between handling and power.
The 470 cm² head creates a racket that makes up for centring errors. The entire racket is therefore more forgiving.Because the head is longer, the strings are also longer. This means that the SR560 Jr has more power - perfect for beginner players.
The open string pattern has been designed to give beginner players more power.
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