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Karakal T-120ff Cameron Pilley Signature squash racquet [2018]

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The Karakal T-120ff has been updated this season with our new Hot Zone String in Bright Orange with matching orange grip and translucent orange grommet set giving it a fresh new look.

Karakal T-120ff Cameron Pilley Signature squash racquet [2018]

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Australian No. 1 Cameron Pilley uses the T-120FF, one of the most powerful frames in the Karakal range for an exceptionally powerful player. Cameron increased his world speed record that he has held for several years now to 178mph using this very racquet.

The T-120ff is loaded with features to give the racquet its exceptional strength and precision. It has the successful inner 'Muscle System' along with 4 Nano Nodes positioned around the frame to Smooth out Vibration and Increase Stiffness giving you More Power and Control. It also has our 'Muscle Tec' string system to increase the sweet spot and 'Internal Vibration Dampener' bonded into the frame to reduce vibration. The balance on this frame is designed to make the head slightly heavier allowing you to get more weight behind your shots and is constructed using Fast Fibre Nano Gel Graphite.

  • New Hot Zone String - Orange
  • 120gms Frame Weight
  • Fast Fibre Gel Nano Graphite construction
  • 4 Nano Graphite Nodes To Smooth Out Vibration and Increase Stiffness for More Power and Control
  • Inner Muscle System
  • 'A' Power Shaft with Power Wings
  • Built in Frame Anti-Vibration Dampener
  • Midplus Head 470 sq cms
  • One Piece Construction
  • 370mm Balance point
  • Square String Pattern 14/18
  • Full racquet Cover
  • Fitted With The World's No.1 PU Super Grip

Additional Information

Manufacturer Karakal
Sport Squash
Weight in grams (unstrung) 120
Head Shape No
Balance Head Heavy
Technologies No
Materials No
String Model No
String tension No

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