Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 Tour - £45 @ Sportsdirect - HotUKDeals
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Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 Tour - £45.00 @ Sportsdirect

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Saw a big cut on this in Sportsdirect as the new Dunlop line is being brought in. It is a generally well regarded control racket and is recommended for intermediate to advanced players.

The Dunlop AeroGel 4D 3 Hundred Tour Tennis Racket is an advanced/club standard racket ideal for players with an aggressive swing requiring responsivity and control throughout their game. This Dunlop Aerogel racket combines Aerogel and 4D Braided technologies for exceptional stability, power and control in a lightweight package.

> Tennis Racket
> Headsize: 98 sq in
> Weight: 305g (unstrung) / 320g (strung)
> Balance: 320mm
> Length: 27"
> Stiffness / RA: 63
> Beam Width: 20mm
> String Pattern: 18x20
> String Tension: 55-65lbs / 25-29kgs
> Complete with full case

Instore and online (free delivery if you spend an extra £15).
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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
excellent price for a good quality stick.
#2
Not a bad review and for me, I am still learning the game and would be looking for this sort of racket

http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/reviews/DAG3HT/DAG3HTReview.html

ahleung
banned#3
As a learner you would be better of with a larger head racket which will give you more power and have a larger sweet spot....these smaller heads are for people that know how to play a shot to where they want to put it. Also you'd be better off with a wider string pattern to help you develop your spin as the further apart the strings are the easier it is to get the ball to spin.


Edited By: slamdunkin on Feb 02, 2011 20:06: .
#4
You may have a sweat spot but rackets have a sweet spot! Just to be totally ****!

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