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4.6 out of 5 stars
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on 23 July 2014
These are two yellow spot balls. Used these guys a few times and they do the job. Have been used in several games and have survived a heavy beating.

Blurb about balls:

Super Slow - Double Yellow Dot
Official competition ball. This ball will cool down very quickly particularly if the playing rallies are short, and the temperature is cold.
Slow - White or Green Dot
This ball is suitable when it is winter, the players are not very experienced, and do not hit the ball particularly hard.
Medium - Red Dot
This ball is often used by coaches as it tends to be a "constant temperature" and will not vary in bounce as much as the yellow dot ball.
Fast - Blue Dot
When new players are beginning to gain confidence, and develop hand eye co-ordination, the blue dot will be more suitable and give more time to strike the ball.
This ball, if used by better players, could be dangerous as it will bounce all around the court, out of control to some extent.
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on 26 July 2017
Does the job nicely. Good quality balls
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on 4 July 2011
As a regular squash player I've sampled many makes and varieties of squash ball over the years, yet I always find myself returning to Dunlop's offerings. This is not only because Dunlop is seen as the premier squash ball manufacturer, but also because Dunlop balls are hardwearing and reliable. Dunlop make a variety of balls, each one tailored to suit a different experience level. The 'Max' ball is aimed at the beginner - it's blue in colour and bigger than the regulation size - it also has a higher bounce, and therefore is easier to hit. The standard 'Competition' ball is black in colour and has a single yellow spot - this one is predominantly used by the club players and features a lower bounce. The most difficult ball to play with is the 'Pro' ball which has a double yellow marking and is the least bouncy of the lot.

Like all squash balls, you'll need to warm up your Dunlop Pros before use, by hitting them firmly against the back wall of the court until they're reached their required temperature. Once warmed, I've found that these balls have a consistency of bounce and speed - essential if you take your squash seriously. In terms of their longevity, Dunlop Pro Balls (and in fact Dunlop balls in general), are arguably the toughest that you can get. After a while, squash balls have a tendency to split, resulting a low bounce - and with the cheaper balls splitting can sometimes occur after only a few sessions. In my experience I've found that the Dunlop variety are tough cookies - in fact, i've been using the same Dunlop Pro ball for the last four months; impressive considering the fact that I play squash at least once a week.

Nowadays I *only* use Dunlop Pro balls, they last a long time and ultimately offer very good value for money; because of this there's no reason for me to switch to another brand - highly recommended.
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on 23 November 2009
There is currently no better squash balls then this one. Nice bounce, durability and precision. You can't ask for more!
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on 9 December 2014
Don't even buy and experiment with other balls. Even if you are a beginner buy these, because clubs usually use these and it will give you a real view of how the ball bounces and reacts to your shots. Just remember to warm it up before starting a "real" game because the difference in bounce from when the ball is cold to when it's warm is huge.
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on 15 May 2015
Very pleased with purchase and delivery no complaints at all will use this seller again
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on 21 August 2015
Not cheap, but so much better quality than the ones from cheaper places.
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on 23 June 2014
Purchased as a gift. I believe the recipient was well pleased
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on 1 November 2014
Very much like the finish on the balls. Means lots of spin!
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on 17 April 2016
Best squash balls you can buy and a very good price
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