The ProKennex Kinetic KM 750 175 Racquet features the powerful and arm-friendly technologies that you have come to expect from ProKennex plus updated cosmetics. Weighing in at 175g unstrung with a 20mm beam width, players of all skill-levels can use this ultra stiff racquet to power through the ball with the aid of String Suspension Technology, which allows for increased string movement and less grommet friction. The Advanced Kinetic System transfers stored kinetic energy to the ball upon impact and immediately absorbs vibration afterwards, practically eliminating all vibration transfer to the arm. 

All racquets come factory strung with a wrist cord installed. Click the Specs tab for more details.

Unstrung Weight: 175g
Strung Weight: 198g
Strung Balance: 5 pts Head-Heavy
Strung Swingweight: 147 (low swingweight = control)
Factory String: ProKennex Pure Liquid 17
Factory Grip: ProKennex Friction Rubber Grip
Cover: Included (mesh bag)
String Pattern:
14 Mains / 18 Crosses
Mains skip: 6H,8H
Two Piece
Shared Holes: 4T, 5T
Head Size: 108 sq. in.
Length: 22 in.
Composition: Graphite

Comments: I have to disagree with Saleem. I like the feel of this racquet, probably because I like a head heavy frame. It is maneuverable and I feel no vibration, compared to some Ektelon frames I've had. To each his own
From: Joel, Schenectady, NY, USA, 10/13
Skill-level: A
String type and tension: Factory 

Comments: I demoed this racquet along with the FFT 175. I was intrigued by the kinetic technology. However after the first couple of swings I must say I was a little disappointed. First of all the racquet is pretty head heavy and it really felt heavy in my hand. I must say that I was able to generate a good deal of power with the racquet but factoring in the loss of maneuverability and the cost I feel there are better options out there. In fact I was also demoing the Wilson Ugly stick, which I felt generated slightly more power than the KM 750 and costs a lot less. The biggest drawback of the KM 750 was the excessive amount of vibration I felt. Compared to the Ugly stick and the ProKennex FFT 175 this racquet seemed to have way too much vibration. Overall out of the three I found the FFT 175 to be my favorite.
From: Saleem, Avenel, NJ, USA, 07/13
Skill-level: B
String type and tension: Factory