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The Dunlop Sonic Core Revelation 125 (Tinne Gilis) Squash Racquet!
Used on the PSA World Tour by World #17 and Double Dot Squash Athlete, Tinne Gilis!
Feel raw power
A larger head size and a thicker aero beam packs more punch into your game. The extra head light balance on this 125g racket provides ultimate power and manoeuvrability.
PLAY HARDER, CLEANER SHOTS, WITH INCREASED COMFORT.
Powered by Srixon. The new Sonic Core series is made with Infinergy®, by BASF – a super elastic material, with the benefit of being very light, the perfect match to meet the demands of the modern day player.
Play Harder. Infinergy® foam developed by BASF, the world’s first E-TPU, has significantly higher rebound properties to other materials such as EPP, EVA and EPE. Material rebound tests show a 46% increase in rebound height vs original Sonic Core material. When Infinergy® foam is combined with the Sonic Core frame the result is a faster ball speed off the racket for more aggressive shot-making.
Play with maximum comfort. Sonic Core made with Infinergy® is located in the 2 and 10 o’clock areas of the racket, dampening impact shock and reducing frame vibrations by up to 37%, resulting a more comfortable hitting sensation and a reduced chance of injury.
Increase the whipping power of your shot
The conical, tapered shaft delivers outstanding racket resilience and enhances overall stiffness. This powerful combination gives the shaft greater energy return on impact.
Smooth out your game
A unique polymer contains micro beads that reduce friction while increasing string movement for enhanced power. Glidepolymer also increases durability and grommet life.
Play faster shots
Grommet holes, pegs and strings align across the hitting area for a larger sweet spot, so you get more power, more spin and a more forgiving feel.
Strike unstoppable shots
Hit with increased elastic power. The streamlined aerodynamic profile combines with a longer main-string to enlarge the sweet spot and move it closer to the top of the racket.