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WILSON K Factor Hammer 2.7

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Launched: 2013

Subcategory: Intermediate Racquets

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4.00

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General Information

Tennizoom ID:
181222
Product:
WILSON K Factor Hammer 2.7
Product Group:
Subcategory:
Launched:
2013

Technologies

Dual Taper Beam: The cross-section of a Dual Taper Beam racquet varies from thintothickto thin again from the racquet's headtoshouldertohandle. This tapered design concentrates racquet stiffness in the primary area where the racquet bends during ball contact.

Specifications

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Head size
110 sq. in.
710 sq. cm
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Length
27 in.
68,58 cm
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Strung weight
10.00 oz.
283 g
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Balance
14.75 in.
37,50 cm
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Balance points
10 pts HH
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Stifness
75
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Grip type
Synthetic
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Composition
[K]arophite Black / Graphite

Extended Specifications

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Swingweight
339
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Swing speed
Medium-Fast
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Power level
Medium-High
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Beam width
27.5 mm / 32.5 mm / 32 mm
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String pattern
18 / 20
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Stringing type
One Piece
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Stringing tension (pounds)
55 - 65 lbs
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Stringing tension (kg)
25 - 29 kg

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Average Rating

4.00

Feature Averages

Serves

(4.00)

Volleys

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Slice

(5.00)

Topspin

(5.00)

Returns

(5.00)

Groundstrokes

(4.00)

Kjelt Kleppe


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I've played with Wilson racquets my whole tennis career

I've played with Wilson racquets my whole tennis career and always used widebody, head-heavy frames. For years now I have played with the Wilson Hammer 4.0 and though I tried a number of different racquets over the years, I could never find one that played as well as it did. That has just changed. I was surprised to even see this racquet - a present-day racquet that is a widebody and head-heavy.

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