Written on: 07/01/2011
I bought this racquet to get into squash and found it to be an excellent beginner racquet.
As a relative novice I did end up hitting the court walls more often than most and found that the body was more than strong enough to cope with the abuse that I subjected it to.
Since then I have bought two lighter and tighter racquets but the Max Ti is still a favourite that I'm very happy to play with and one I often lend friends who are learning (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2007 by erocks
Bought cheaply at a closing down sports sale - I haven't played squash for a number of years but do enjoy it when I can. Warped and snapped after the third use - Maybe one run it with the wall, but certainly not enough to warrant a breakage. Now I'm off to spend a bit more money and buy a decent graphite one. I can assure you that it won't be a dunlop though. (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2004 by romeshnava2003 (2 reviews written)
Hello there, I have the Dunlop Max TI as a beginner and I reckon it is quite good for the price tag of just £9.99. I got it and it was worth it since in other places it is much more expensive. I got mine from Asda (in England). It was quite good but not exceptional. About 2 weeks later my friend came along with a racquet called Dunlop Max TI Plus which was Blue and nicer for the same price and I was stunned at the performance. It had a lot more power and this was from Tesco for a special... (read more)
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