Wilson n120

Wilson n120
120 g
head-heavy
  • Head size 490 cm²
  • Balance point 370 mm
  • Length 686 mm

Pros

The Wilson n120 vs other Best overall squash rackets

Weight Very light Help
120 g

Cons

The Wilson n120 vs other Best overall squash rackets

Beginner racket weight Very light for beginners Help
Requires more player strength to generate power
Doubles racket weight Somewhat light for doubles Help
Less stable against heavier doubles ball

The Wilson n120 vs other Best overall power rackets

Head-heavy balance Slightly head-heavy Help
Centre of mass closer to the head

Specifications

Weight & balance

Light-weight
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120 g
unique unique
Beginner racket weight
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120 g
below average below average
Doubles racket weight
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120 g
below average below average
Racket balance
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head-heavy
Head-heavy balance
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balance 27 mm toward head
Head-light balance
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Unknown

Form factor

Length
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686 mm
Head size
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490 cm²
Teardrop shape
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Yes
above average above 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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Unknown
String density for control
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Unknown
String density for power
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Unknown
Factory grip name
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Unknown

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