Dunlop G Force 50

Dunlop G Force 50
135 g
  • Head size 500 cm²
  • Length 686 mm
  • Factory string name Dunlop X-Life
  • String pattern 16 x 19 (mains x crosses)

Pros

The Dunlop G Force 50 vs other Best overall squash rackets

Head size Maximum head size Help
500 cm²
String density for control Excellent string density for control Help
Higher density: better control

Cons

The Dunlop G Force 50 vs other Best overall squash rackets

Doubles racket weight Somewhat light for doubles Help
Less stable against heavier doubles ball
String density for power Very poor string density for power Help
Lower density: better power

Specifications

Weight & balance

Light-weight
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135 g
Beginner racket weight
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135 g
Doubles racket weight
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135 g
below average below average
Racket balance
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Unknown
Head-heavy balance
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Unknown
Head-light balance
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Unknown

Form factor

Length
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686 mm
Head size
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500 cm²
above average above average
Teardrop shape
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No
below average below average
Minimum beam width
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Unknown
Maximum beam width
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Unknown

Factory strings and grip

Factory string name
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Dunlop X-Life
String pattern
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16 x 19 (mains x crosses)
String density for control
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0.608 "strings²"/cm²
unique unique
String density for power
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0.608 "strings²"/cm²
below average below average
Factory grip name
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Unknown

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