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Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket

Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
Xamsa Crucible Squash Racket
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The best value racket on the market. Xamsa makes the crucible with the same process and materials as other high end frame manufacturers, but it is sold for $100- 110. The rackets never go on sale and instead they are sold at a consistently lower price the Read more..

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Description

This frame could be a good choice for all around players, allowing for controlled tight drop shots and good length while still generating considerable pace when needed. Crucible is high performance racquet with outstanding durability. The frame is made of Toray Japan standard modulus carbon fiber woven with high modulus carbon fiber.

Specification

  • Construction Toray Japan Carbon Fiber, Basalt
  • Net Frame Weight 115 grams +/- 5gr
  • Strung Weight 155 grams +/- 5gr
  • Surface area 500 cm2
  • Length 686 mm
  • Balance (strung) 365 mm +/- 5mm
  • String 14x19 pattern, Xamsa Multifilament PM 18, Black
  • Grip Xamsa Black

Features

Crucible is a high end version of the Xamsa Duro 120, which was released in 2017.

Both models share the same mold, but the Crucible is 5 grams lighter and made of more premium materials.

The racquet shape has proved its success over the years and is still actively offered by many brands around the world. Some players call it “hybrid” as it's not exactly a “bridged” racquet like Xamsa PNT, and it's not a teardrop racquet like Xamsa PXT. It’s somewhere in between in terms of power and control.

This frame could be a good choice for all around players, allowing for controlled tight drop shots and good length while still generating considerable pace when needed. Overall, Crucible is not as powerful as the PXT model, but provides superior control.

Crucible uses the same materials and technology as the PXT 115 model, which has proven to be high performance racquet with outstanding durability.

The frame is made of Toray Japan standard modulus carbon fiber woven with high modulus carbon fiber.

The image below shows the snake skin style shaft of the racquet.

This is a layer of vibration dampening material (carbon fiber with polyolefin) woven with a layer of strengthening material (basalt). The image is for illustrative purposes only. The actual racquet shaft has the "snake skin" painted over with matt black. You can only see it when you remove the grip.

Give it a try with no risk involved as you can return it within 30 days for a store credit in case you are not 100% satisfied, thanks to the Xamsa Satisfaction Guarantee program. The store credit doesn't expire and can be used on any products at SportsVirtuoso.com web site or in-store.

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