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Nobody wants to be the Buzz Killington of a party but that doesn’t mean you have to observe the same etiquette on court.  The new Wilson Buzz Kill BLX is built for exactly that, leaving your opponent drained and disheartened.  At 160 grams and 6 points head heavy, the Buzz Kill is light enough to maneuver around the frontcourt while still having the swing weight and balance to hit a 40-foot kill shot.  Even better are the cosmetics, clean and aggressive colors let you look good while being a total buzz kill for your opponent’s game.

Head Size: 111 sq. in. / 716 sq. cm.
Length: 22 inches / 56 cm
Unstrung Weight: 160g / 5.6oz
Strung Weight: 176.2g / 6.2oz
Balance: 11.75in. 6 pts Head Heavy
Swingweight: 136
Factory String: Wilson Hollow Core Pro 17
Composition: BLX, Graphite
Grip Type: Wilson Performance Hybrid Grip
Cover: Not Included
String Pattern:
14 Mains / 17 Crosses
Mains skip: 7H only
Two Piece
Shared Holes: 5H,6H,8H
String Tension: 28-33 pounds

Comments: This is a nice racquet i buy it and after the first week of playing with it i decide to buy another one. The weight distribution is amazing and it has alot of power from long shots . i will recomend it to anyone
From: Erduin, West Palm Beach, FL, USA, 11/13
Skill-level: A
String type and tension: factory 

Comments: Bought this racquet several weeks ago. I have been playing RB for over 40 years, have a tendency of having lazy hands. I primary play doubles due to bad knee. Have tended towards lighter racquets. This racquet has plenty of power, keeps the ball in play with a reach out to just get the racquet on the ball with out losing speed while up front. Drive serves are more powerful with less effort. I recognized this as the guys I'm playing with whom are all A level to Open have had a hard time handling it which leads to a defensive shot instead of an offensive shot. I'm going to buy another one today.
From: Dom, ME, USA, 09/13
Skill-level: A 

Comments: Nice racquet. I didn't think "Wilson" when I thought about racquets, until I tried the demo and really liked it.  The racquet is very light. It seems lighter even than 160. (On some other racquets, like E-force, the strings and grommets add a lot of weight. No so on this racquet.) The light weight does result in some loss of power. However, control is excellent. I think the Ninja, a heavier version of the same thing, would also be a good choice.  The factory string-dampener is completely useless. I use a rubber-band laced horizontally on the bottom string. Oversized rubber-band, loosely laced, no tension, and it works great.
From: Roy, Roseville, CA, USA, 06/12
Skill-level: B
String type and tension: Prince Premier Power 17, 34 lbs
Grip: Ektelon Vision II