The racket padel Dunlop Flash 2016 comes under the scrutiny of Padel Magazine and many testers of this racket.
First of all, the Dunlop Flash 2016 takes over the program of the old Dunlop Flash 2015. Never change a winning team. If the look has evolved, the racket remains substantially the same with an access program rather on the attack, even if it remains perfectly malleable.
This is a racket that is aimed at advanced players. If you want a powerful 100% racquet, go your way because it's a really well-balanced racquet. If it is certain that this paddle racket has a tendency towards offensive phases, it keeps a certain comfort of play and a good presence in hand.
It is a rather round racket with a profile of 38mm. The weight ! 360-375gr.
Racket that caters to advanced level players.
- AEROFRAME: It is a technology used by Dunlop that is seen at first sight. It has an aerodynamic side that certainly gives it more velocity in hand than a normal racket.
- VIBRO PODS: Dunlop has incorporated a silicone technology: capsules in the racket's strike zone to absorb vibration to a minimum. We can indeed say that the racket is rather tolerant at this level. The racket gum is rather soft compared to other brands and can prevent (normally) elbow pain.
What are the players saying?
The racket has been tested by many players.
Raymond Reculard / Intermediate Level
Certainly my favorite. A racket that I like by its nervousness. His weight in the head is nice. She is also tolerant and well balanced. It does not hurt to sew. Only negative side in my opinion: A bit too rigid.
Julie Soizeau / Beginner level - Intermediate
Match the kind of racket that I appreciate. Nervous.
Valérie hadjadj / Beginner level - intermediate
For my part, it is a little too rigid and does not match the profile of snowshoes I like. Even though this racket is light, I prefer even lighter rackets with a more centered and light weight
Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.