Dunlop Aerogel 3Hundred
Dunlop Aerogel 3Hundred Tennis Racquet Review
Headsize:: 98 sq in Mid Plus
Cross Section:: 21mm
Balance:: 1/2 in Head Light
Ideal Swing:: Medium to Long
String Pattern: 18X20
Below is TENNIS magazine’s racquet review of the Dunlop
Aerogel 3Hundred. The review appeared in the April, 2007 issue.
Dunlop M-Fil 3Hundred
HOW IT TESTED
Say you’re a good player and you don’t want a racquet with too much heft and a tiny sweet spot. The Dunlop Aerogel 3Hundred might be for you.
It doesn’t have the control of a traditional player’s racquet, but it’s easier to handle and has a smaller learning curve. The addition of Aerogel, the world’s lightest solid material, provides stiffness, stability, and plenty of pop without making the racquet cumbersome and head heavy (the traditional way of beefing up a racquet’s power).
This keeps the weight more than manageable, allowing you to make big cuts at the ball.
If you’re a high level player who must return big power shots, keep in mind that the frame can be unstable on off-center hits.
Those looking for a little extra sturdiness might want a touch more weight, which makes the Dunlop Aerogel 3Hundred a good candidate for some lead tape.
Bottom Line: If you want a racquet that’s player oriented, but you need more juice and less weight, this is an excellent option.
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