Prince Airo TT Warrior Squash Racket plus 3 Dunlop Pro Squash Balls RRP 240
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- PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO A STOCK SHORTAGE ON THE AIRO TT WARRIOR WE ARE AT PRESENT UPGRADING ANY ORDERS PLACED ON THIS ITEM TO THE NEWER AND USUALLY MORE EXPENSIVE PRINCE AIRO TT VENDETTA MODEL PICTURED IN OUR ADVERT.
- Frameweight unstrung - 130g
- Construction - Titanium/Tungsten/Carbon
- Complete with a pack of three squash balls
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Top Customer Reviews
Great balance between power and control. I am not keen on those super light rackets because they lose power. This one is still light but not too light.
As with almost all rackets the grip is too thin so adding a PU Super grip is the way to go for me.
Very good feel and control but just seems that this one was poorly made. A little disappointing.
2 weeks later: Have since had it replaced by the manufacturer, must have been a poor batch. Happy with the new one (thus far)
Great lower end weight of 135g, good weight distribution. Comes with useful wall-glide bumper and can take a lot of knocks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son was very happy with this as his Christmas Present and says his game has improved.Published 17 months ago by L. Morris
Bought this for my son who loved it. Welled e construction and feels a good weight to play with. Overall great for the price.Published on 31 Dec. 2013 by SHASHMD
I have always used Prine racket and this is one of they mid range models. This is a good value for money racket it is light weight with resonable power.Published on 6 Feb. 2013 by ChrisG