A perfect racquet for the beginner or recreational player, the new Wilson Buzzsaw has the heft to be a powerful tool on the racquetball courts.  With all the weight behind this frame you'll be free to hone in your form and technique and let the racquet provide the power to keep your opponent on their back foot.  The power string technology only adds to the ferociousness of this frame and the new dampening system will help to ensure that you won't experience any buzzing when unloading on the ball.  Great for beginning to intermediate players.

Head Size: 107 sq. in. / 690 sq. cm.
Length: 22 inches / 56 cm
Unstrung Weight: 215g / 7.6oz
Strung Weight: 237.5g / 8.4oz
Balance: 11.25in. 2 pts Head Heavy
Swingweight: 162
Factory String: Wilson Nylon 15L
Composition: Tactical Aluminum Alloy
Grip Type: Wilson Micro-Dry Hybrid
String Pattern:
14 Mains / 18 Crosses
Mains skip: 5H,7H,8H
Two Piece
Shared Holes: 11H
String Tension: 28-33 pounds

Comments: I'm a beginner and have been playing for about 3 months. Looked for a beginners racquet and I have to say far I am satisfied with the performance. At only $39.00, it's a great bargain. Not bad for aluminum alloy, it is durable. I gave it a few hard frustrations smacks on the wall and no damage. Decent power and control and good balance. I'm sure there are better racquets out there but you get good bang for your buck. Good vibration dampening but no forgiveness with this racquet, if you miss hit it, it will make you pay. Not sure about the plastic throat bridge we'll see how that holds up. Kind of a funky grip as you can see the tape has gaps between winds, but I used and overwrap and I'm fine. I have trouble, even with decent wrist snap, getting one from the back wall the front so it seems to lack power at times but that could be a technique issue. I will look for and upgrade in the future but overall all this is a great beginners racquet for the price. Nice job Wilson.

From: Bari, Chandler, AZ, USA, 06/13

Skill-level: Beginner

String type and tension: Wilson Nylon 15L