Head Metallix 150

Head Metallix 150
150 g
head-light
  • Head size 499 cm²
  • Balance point 335 mm
  • Length 685 mm
  • Factory string name PerfectPower
  • String pattern 12 x 17 (mains x crosses)
  • Factory grip name UltraTac

Pros

The Head Metallix 150 vs other Best overall squash rackets

Beginner racket weight Ideal beginner weight Help
Not too heavy or too light
Head size Large head Help
499 cm²
Minimum beam width Thick minimum beam width Help
20 mm
String density for power Excellent string density for power Help
Lower density: better power
Doubles racket weight Very good doubles weight Help
Counter the heavier doubles ball
Head-light balance Slightly head-light Help
Centre of mass closer to butt
Neutral balance A bit unbalanced Help
Centre of mass not at midpoint of length

Cons

The Head Metallix 150 vs other Best overall squash rackets

String density for control Very poor string density for control Help
Higher density: better control
Weight Heavy Help
150 g
Thin beam Thin minimum beam width Help
20 mm

Specifications

Weight & balance

Light-weight
Help
150 g
below average below average
Beginner racket weight
Help
150 g
above average above average
Doubles racket weight
Help
150 g
above average above average
Racket balance
Help
head-light
Head-heavy balance
Help
Unknown
Head-light balance
Help
balance 7 mm toward grip
above average above average

Form factor

Length
Help
685 mm
Head size
Help
499 cm²
above average above average
Teardrop shape
Help
Yes
above average above average
Minimum beam width
Help
20 mm
Maximum beam width
Help
Unknown

Factory strings and grip

Factory string name
Help
PerfectPower
String pattern
Help
12 x 17 (mains x crosses)
String density for control
Help
0.409 "strings²"/cm²
below average below average
String density for power
Help
0.409 "strings²"/cm²
unique unique
Factory grip name
Help
UltraTac

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Jsands (8:57 PM, November 09, 2012)
I have used this racket for several years and have been very happy with it. I am disappointed that they are not readily available in Australia and have resorted to buying online from overseas suppliers. While I believe in R&D sometime " if it isn't broke why change it" a personal view of course