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Browning Platinum Nano 140 Squash Racket Original RRP £250
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- Original RRP £250
- Lightweight Nano-Carbon Graphite-Titanium frame for strength
- Widebody frame for enhanced power
- Titanium technology strings for durability
- Vibration dampening grommets in throat area to help reduce arm injuries
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RRP £250.00 Complete with full-length protective headcover
Top customer reviews
only 1 thing i'd pick on - the string tension was a little down when it arrived - it's a good string, so it'll last a while, and so it wouldnt be worth just tearing it off and getting it restrung, so i'm stuck with squishy strings... its not really as bad as i'm making out, just a little disappointing for what is otherwise an excellent product and service
Most recent customer reviews
First was 4 years ago and it is still going strong but at the current price decided to buy again.Read more
The racket RRP of £250 would indicate a level of quality in the racket - this is sadly completely false.Read more