Oliver - Oliver Xtron110
Published: 03 Oct 2007 - 04:04 by alex jb
Updated: 06 Oct 2007 - 12:01
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I'm new to the forum but have been playing squash for 20 years!
I have gone through a variety of rackets (some wooden!) abd was playing last season with Sabre Rapier power, when 2 broke at the end of the season I decided to change and had a try of the Xtron110 and it felt goos, very similar to another friends Technifibre, but obviously cheaper.
I bought 2 and had only 6 weeks out of them untill the first one broke at the throat and I think the other one has a crack now too, this kind of thing used to happen in te early days of graphite rackes, is it still that common for rackets to break this easily?
I paly for a local club in Leics divisions but all my fellow players have prince, technifibre and head rackets that seem to just go on and on.
I like head light and hate vibration, what would be a good suggestion to try instead of the short lasting sabre and oliver?
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