Some players prefer bridged rackets while others rather a teardrop shape. It's a matter of personal preference. There are many arguments defending both types of rackets.
Typically though, lightweight teardrop rackets are considered best suited for an attacking style of play while bridged rackets are more popular among players seeking increased control or finesse.
- Net weight: 110 grams (frame only),
- Full weight: 155 grams (frame, grommets, strings and grip)
- Frame Surface area: 493 cm2
Balance: 365 mm +/- 5 mm
Strings: Xamsa PM 18, 18 gauge. Xamsa PM 18 is constructed using a thousand multifilaments as a center core then wrapped in braided fibers. The rough surface and resistance gives good control of the ball, and the elastic coating provides extra power.
Tension: 26-27 lb
Because of our tendency towards lightweight racquets, we made the frames quite stiff using high quality carbon fiber for added durability. We tried to achieve a perfect blend of power and agility with no traces of vibration. With a net frame weight of only 110 grams, the power and control will surprise most players.
Xamsa PNT 110 in action:
Ben Daigle vs Johny Potmesil (3:1), B finals, Canadian Squash Nationals 2017
Patrick Foster vs Tim Burganov (playing with PNT 110) (3:0), Bermuda Squash Challenge. May 19, 2017
Fred Saleh (playing with PXT 110) vs Joffre Godin (playing with PNT 110) at Squash Super 8 match, Jan 27, 2017
- All-round players
- Singles players
- Players seeking more CONTROL
- Players seeking more POWER
- Players on a BUDGET