customer review

Comments: Love this racquet- great power and the grip is fantastic.
From: Leigh, UT, USA, 10/14
Skill-level: A-
String type and tension: Factory 

Comments: I've been a Head fan for a while (and still think the Great White 167 is a killer stick), but I tried a Gearbox Max1 170t and fell in love. Unfortunately, it's a bit out of my price range. So I tried this based on its Gearbox similarities and fell in love with it. I'm used to swinging lighter racquets and was worried that the 175 would be not maneuverable whatsoever, but the lower swingweight and the kinetic energy made it easy to get around during fast rallies. And the stability of the racquet was unparalleled: I was dropping shots from deep backcourt that I never used to make. Also, with the weight combined with the string pattern, I was both hitting some sick shots with just a flick of the wrist, but I was also landing touch shots I've never dreamed of. I'm still getting my sea legs about me in the overall racquetball spectrum, but this racquet has converted me to ProKennex. Power and control have been an either/or proposition until I got this racquet, but now I have both of them in excess.
From: Shawn, St. Louis, MO, USA, 10/14
Skill-level: C
String type and tension: Ektelon Premier Power 18 @ 32 lbs  

Comments: I think this is a great stick for the money.  I have been using it as my primary outdoor racquet, and am perfectly happy to swing it indoors too, even vs more expensive sticks.  It is very stiff and does (as it says!) minimize negative impacts to the arm and shoulder.  It has plenty of 'pop' and swings lighter than its 175g weight.  I highly recommend this one for anyone looking for a budget stick or second stick for backup or outdoor use.  If I have any knock it's durability, as it tends to split in half at base curve and at upper shoulder if hitting very hard overheads a in outdoor for example, at least in my experience.  Unless you're hitting very hard though it's probably not going to be a problem...   
From: Patrick, PHX, AZ, USA, 05/14
Skill-level: C
String type and tension: Factory 

Comments: I generally like the racquet. I have been playing Pro Kennex for many years and this is the first head heavy racquet I have tried. It has been very difficult for me to adjust to. I am using it as a backup now and going with the more balanced FFT 165 and 175.
From: Dan, Columbus, OH, USA, 07/12
Skill-level: A+
String type and tension: Gamma TNT 17, 35lbs

Comments: AWESOME!!!!!! This and the new E-Force Heatseeker 190 are my new weapons of choice. The KM 750 packs a lot of power with pin point precision. I really like the head heaviness, it allows for those flick pinches. Demo this racquet, you will not be disappointed. 
From: Phil, Flint, MI, USA, 08/10
String type and tension:Factory

Comments: I just demoed this racquet today and of all the racquets I've demoed, this one is controllable.  I can place my shots where I needed them.  The racquet is not as heavy as some, which allows me to continue play with more energy.  A heavy racquet, for me, is difficult to control and wares me out on drive serves.  But this one was awesome. The only thing I didn't like about the racquet was the noise it made when you hit the strings -it rattles.
From: Ramon, Clint, TX, USA, 07/10
Skill-level: Mid-B level
String type and tension: 32-38

Comments:  Looks much better with a black python on it. Great light weight and powerful. It's worth taking the time to get used to the handle, once I did it was the first time I could hit backhand roll outs. Stress on arm was none after six long games. 
From: Alberto, Lompoc, CA 03/10
Skill-level: B

Comments: I loved last year's Kinetic Quad 170, but this racquet feels more solid and is much more durable.  This is the best racquet I've ever used by a mile.
From: Josh, Omaha, NE 12/09
Skill-level: A
String type and tension:  PK Liquid 17, 30

Comments: So far I love this racquet!! I've been playing this racquet now for a couple of months. I like the responsiveness and the power I'm able to generate with very little stress on my elbow. This replaced my Core Shadow 180 that broke after a couple of years. I decided to upgrade and have not been disappointed. Thanks PK for a great racquet!
From: Ron M., Orange County, CA 11/09
Skill-level: B
String type and tension: Prince Premier 17 @32

Comments: I love this racquet, I got it rite after it came out and it feels GREAT!
From: Alex, Dallas, TX 11/09
String type and tension: Gosen 33 lbs

Comments: I love this brutal, unforgiving racquet. Has a compact, chunky feel compared to last years totally different KM, also a great stick. Better quick-flick and touch capacity than last year's Kane. Hits lower and harder for me than this year's crop of exceptional new sticks, including the Kinetic Quad 170 which to me is a bit wimpy by comparison. Kane does it again--if you wonder why he would switch racquets after such an awesome season, you will have your answer when you demo this crushing, and very satisfying, offensive weapon.
From: Richard, Baton Rouge, LA 11/09
Skill-level: A/B
String type and tension: Factory

Comments: Raquet seemed to vibrate when striking the ball, I liked the Kinetic Quad 170 better than this one.
From:Gary, Oakland, CA 10/09
String type and tension: factory

Comments: Bought this racquet 2 months ago control and power were as expected. I was very pleased with this racquet until the frame broke in the upper and lower ends just by smashing a high ball. That ended all good concept i had toward ProKennex racquets. Been so fragile, i did hit any wall or other racquet during the time the KM 750 was used. i felt that sting tension from factory was little high for my game, and maybe it was a factor in the failure of the frame.
From:Pablo S., Chile, RM
String type and tension: Factory

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