- 【テクニファイバー】【スカッシュラケット】【国内正規品証明シリアルナンバー付】Tecnifibre（テクニファイバー）CARBOFLEX 135S
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【テクニファイバー】【スカッシュラケット】【国内正規品】Tecnifibre CARBOFLEX 135S テクニファイバーガットで張りあがっています。ご購入後、すぐ使用できます。 ※CARBOFLEX最新135ｇモデル登場。 ISOMORPH SHAFT XLシャフトのパワーと135gという軽量化により、パワーに操作性が加わりコントロール性能がアップしました。反撃型モデルとして新登場。 。 【商品名】CARBOFLEX 135S 【素材】Graphite＋Basaltex Multiaxial 【フレーム重量】135+/-5g 【ヘッドサイズ】500cm2 【バランス】355+/-5mm ※お使いのモニターにより、実際の色と多少異なる場合もございますので、予めご了承の上ご注文下さい。
However, I figured the factory tension of 26-28lbs may have been the issue. Sure enough, I switched over to the Tecnifibre 305 1.1mm at 29lbs and my trusted green string and higher tension made all the difference. I am now able to hit the ball tight, and as a big hitter, still have the power reserves to really hit the ball at pace as well.
I hope this encourages anyone who is currently not happy with the racket to try a different string/ tension before giving up on it.
For those with the Harrow Vapour, the Carboflex racket is lighter in the head but I would say it felt evenly balanced. The Carboflex 125S is definitely more maneuverable and I am able to play more delicate shots at stretch.
My final verdict is that I highly recommend the Carboflex 125S strung with Tecnifibre 305 1.1 green string.
My 1st choice would have been the Harrow Vibe, which I've got 1 out of 4 left, but given that I'm not a sponsored pro player, I can't keep replacing them every time they crack because I sneezed loudly. I love them, but they are VERY fragile.
So, broke as I was, when I saw this one on sale, I decided to go ALL IN and got 2 of these. What the heck
I now love them. Sturdy and unforgiving if you don't prepare your swing (this actually helped me develop my game), very powerful.
The shaft is a little thick and bothered me, and I did feel it head heavy when compared to the Harrow Vibe, but I got used to it after two games. The original strings are good but a tad tight, but the tension is a matter of taste.
I totally recommend this racquet, and the 125 also for that sake (yep, I own one of those too, but I prefer this one now)
This is my weapon now. Proud of it.
In short, loved the racquet for the 8 minutes the stock strings lasted - it didn't even make it to the end of warm-up. Very unimpressed.
The racquet is gorgeous, feels solid, slightly head heavy but overall quite balanced, and felt like something I'd like. I'm coming from Dunlop Jonathan Power Hotmelts (whose strong strings lasted 2+ years..) and felt this gave a bit more feedback and felt 'lively', but not excessively so. The stock grip felt great actually, but I opted to rip it off for a SUPER-PU - slightly more tack and cushion.
The stock strings look like 18 gauge 'DNAMAX' from technifibre and judging from the ping sound on-hit, the tension was inappropriately high - this is an oversight on the part of Technifibre and I will be contacting them for a fresh set of strings. The break was a clean cut through the string right at the edge of the racket, lined up with the sweet spot, so either a design flaw with the grommets, rubbish string, or moronically high tension - or all 3. I'll be slapping some Ashaway strings on this at lower tension and trying again, unless Technifibre opts to send replacement strings, and returning the racquet if a similar break occurs.
Technifibre, if you're reading this, review your stock stringing tension and string quality. This is unacceptable for a high end racquet, especially from a company that makes string.
I have been using the wilson n120 n code series which weighs 120g since I started university in 2004 and did not change it since i bought this racquet.
After extensive research i was scared to try this out but i have to say it felt different during my first game but I automatically got used to it in one week and i absolutely adore this now. Perfect for a good technical and a powerful player!
Go for it dont think twice about it!!