Don't know who we are yet? Register


HEAD Graphene XT Prestige Pro info enlarge

HEAD Graphene XT Prestige Pro

»RANK64

Launched: 2016

Subcategory: Tour Racquets

HEAD
POPULARITY

2.0%

RATE

3.00

Price Comparision

This product hasn’t been found in
any of online retailers' websites

Click here to get the latest:HEAD Tour Racquets

General Information

Tennizoom ID:
255401
Product:
HEAD Graphene XT Prestige Pro
Product Group:
Subcategory:
Launched:
2016

Technologies

Graphene XT (graphene next): Graphene XT is the next generation of Graphene. This evolution of the original Graphene utilizes bigger platelets which allow for better bonding. The result is a racquet that is 20% lighter and 30% stronger, thus allowing for an even more optional distribution of weight to the poles. Ultimately, by creating a racquet that accelerates more easily, and by putting more mass at the tip, closer to where modern ball strikers make contact, this technology gives the player easier access to power!

Specifications

info
Head size
98 sq. in.
632 sq. cm
info
Length
27 in.
68,58 cm
info
Strung weight
11.6 oz.
329 g
info
Balance points
8 pts HL
info
Grip type
Hydrosorb Pro
info
Composition
Graphene XT

Extended Specifications

info
Swingweight
329
info
Swing speed
Medium-Fast
info
Power level
Low-Medium
info
String pattern
16 / 19
info
Stringing type
Two Pieces
info
Stringing tension (pounds)
52 - 62
info
Stringing tension (kg)
24 - 28

Gallery

Videos

User Reviews

Add a Review

Distribution of Ratings

5stars
(0)
4stars
(0)
3stars
(1)
2stars
(0)
1stars
(0)

Average Rating

3.00

Feature Averages

Serves

(4.00)

Volleys

(3.00)

Slice

(2.00)

Topspin

(4.00)

Returns

(3.00)

Groundstrokes

(3.00)

Román Calva


Player Level: 4.5 |


I was hoping to get a bit more depth off my groundstrokes

I was hoping to get a bit more depth off my groundstrokes with the Graphene XT Prestige Pro. For some reason, I struggled to find the spin I like to access. Also, there were stability issues when I was pulled wide at the net.

Overall Rate

Serves

Volleys

Slice

Topspin

Returns

Groundstrokes