24 / Apr / 2019
Review UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 120 vs UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 140
The UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 120 and UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 140 are two of the most popular rackets of the UNSQUASHABLE brand. To give you a good idea of these rackets, I have tested them extensively and in this review of the UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 120 and 140 I will let you know how they perform in terms of control, manoeuvrability and power. In addition, I will discuss the differences between these two rackets.
Both rackets have a large teardrop shaped racket head and a string pattern of 14 x 18. The strings run parallel and the spaces between the strings are relatively small. This should ensure good control. The only difference between the rackets is the weight of the frame, 120 and 140 grams.
I just play tested both rackets and you can hit hard drives very easily with both of them. What I really like about these rackets is the response of the string bed. The crisp feel gives you just that bit of extra control and precision.
In the slightly heavier version, which in my opinion still feels very light, you notice that the extra weight eases your swing. So you have a bit more weight behind your shot and this will definitely help less advanced players to generate power. If you are a player who likes to attack and volley the ball a lot, the Force-Lite 120 will be a perfect match. This racket is very easy to manoeuvre and this allows you to hit the ball earlier. Both rackets perform quite similar to the very popular Tecnifibre Carboflex rackets.
In short, you can say that the 120 is more mobile and suits an attacking style of play, but the racket is therefore somewhat more difficult to control for a less experienced player. If you prefer a slightly heavier racket that gives you more control over your shots, the 140 will suit you better.
Check out our video review of the UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 120 and UNSQUASHABLE Force-Lite 140.
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