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Product Specifications



Cover Included


Head Size

475 cm2


27 Inches

String Pattern

14M x 18C


25-29 lbs.


135 grams

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Style #


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Black Knight ION Element PSX

The Black Knight ION Element PXS squash racquet merges Thin-K and Power Surge technologies in a fast and powerful bridged frame. Thin-K makes it slim and aerodynamic as Power Surge provides extra stiffness and vibration dampening qualities. Tuning at six key stress points helps prevent damage while reducing weight.

  • Used by Daryl Selby.
  • Nano-Crystalline provides reinforcement at key stress points.
  • Thermal Core results in a stronger frame without irregularities.
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Reviewed by Rodney
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Outstanding racket for all players

I've been using this racket for three years now and it's hands down the best racket I've ever used (and I've tried out a lot of rackets). This racket generates a tremendous amount of power for a traditional shaped racket but is also consistently accurate and the ball has a nice soft feel off the strings. Some might worry about it's durability given that it's a thinner than normal frame but the durability has been outstanding. In three years I've only broken one racket and that was due to a freak mid court collision with my opponent. I also play on a court with a glass side wall which tends to be tough on rackets so durable rackets are important to me. The thin frame also really allows you to pick super tight balls off the sidewall with more confidence than you could have with a regular sized frame.

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Reviewed by Racquetswinger
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

This is a great stick

Will use this racquet in Masters age brackets.

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