Tecnifibre CarboFlex 125 Squash Racquet
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- Headsize: 77.5 sq in. / 500 sq. cm
- Weight (Unstrung): 125 lbs.
- Length: 27 inches / 68.6 cm
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Description for Tecnifibre CarboFlex 125 Squash Racquet
The Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 is a light, teardrop shaped racquet with plenty of power and it is the racquet of choice for PSA World Number 1, Mohamed El Shorbagy. The Carboflex 125 is ideally suited for fast paced players that like to volley and use an aggressive style of play. The Isomorph Shaft increases power by 25% (compared to the standard monoshaft) and the Basaltex Multiaxial improves control and resistance. The Carboflex 125 is a great racquet that will bring plenty of power and maneuverability to your game, and comes in an impressive matt black and glossy yellow cosmetic. This best selling racquet was original released in 2013 and will only be available for a limited time!
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All three are very powerful. My most powerful shots came from Carboflex due to the lighter weight, but it performed relatively poorly on off center hits. The Revelation and VBO were right up there on there on center hits and were much more forgiving on shots closer to the frame than the Carboflex.
The Carboflex is head-light, the Revelation is slightly head-heavy, and VBO is a perfect neutral. If you have a short or wristy swing, the Carboflex is nice. If you pound the ball with a bigger swing, the Revelation is nice. The VBO felt perfect though. It seems to do everything well. You can swing it with a short or loopy swing and it’s equally nice.
On volleys, the Carboflex’s weight and agility really stand out. However the smaller sweet spot and lighter weight mean you have to be on point and do all the work. The slightly more head-heavy Revelation feels sluggish compared to the other two. The weight, balance, and sweet spot make the VBO awesome for volleying, especially on volleys past your opponent.
None of these are what you’d consider a control racket. The string pattern on the Carboflex lend it a little more control when it’s in the sweet spot. Again with the lighter weight, if you miss the sweet spot with the Carboflex on a touch spot, it will be heading towards the tin. The VBO tends to have a little more control than the Revelation.
The VBO has integral vibration dampening in the handle, thus offers nice vibration dampening without losing feel. Without a dampener, the stock Revelation vibrated the most, but once you put in 305 strings it actually vibrated less than Carboflex. I have medium sized hands, and the VBO grip felt the best. The Revelation felt sort of round, while the Carboflex was large and round. The Carboflex grip is a huge negative. The Dunlop is the only one with a decent stock grip wrap. The VBO and Carboflex didn’t wrap their grips far enough up the handle and both need to be replaced.