Wilson Nano Carbon Blaze

Wilson Nano Carbon Blaze
175 g
head-heavy
  • Head size 490 cm²
  • Balance point 350 mm
  • Length 685 mm
  • String pattern 14 x 18 (mains x crosses)

Pros

The Wilson Nano Carbon Blaze vs other Best overall squash rackets

Doubles racket weight Very good doubles weight Help
Counter the heavier doubles ball
Neutral balance A bit unbalanced Help
Centre of mass not at midpoint of length

The Wilson Nano Carbon Blaze vs other Best overall beginner rackets

Head size Large head Help
490 cm²

Cons

The Wilson Nano Carbon Blaze vs other Best overall squash rackets

Beginner racket weight Very heavy for beginners Help
Harder to manoeuver
Weight Very heavy Help
175 g
Head-heavy balance Slightly head-heavy Help
Centre of mass closer to the head

Specifications

Weight & balance

Light-weight
Help
175 g
below average below average
Beginner racket weight
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175 g
below average below average
Doubles racket weight
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175 g
unique unique
Racket balance
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head-heavy
Head-heavy balance
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balance 8 mm toward head
below average below average
Head-light balance
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Unknown

Form factor

Length
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685 mm
Head size
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490 cm²
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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Unknown
String pattern
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14 x 18 (mains x crosses)
String density for control
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0.514 "strings²"/cm²
String density for power
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0.514 "strings²"/cm²
Factory grip name
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Unknown

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