Rated 4.60 out of 5 based on 15 customer ratings
(15 customer reviews)

$205.00 $189.00

Tecnifibre Carboflex 125S squash racquet.

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The competition racquet played by World #1 Mohamed El Shorbagy. The shaft’s flex benefits provide a more appropriate racquet suited to today’s skillful touch player: powerful, fast and responsive.

Finished Weight: 140 +/- 5 g / 5.11 oz
Frame Weight: 125 +/- 5 g / 4.70 oz
Balance: 350 +/- 5 mm (head heavy)
String: Prestrung with 305+ BLACK multifilament squash string
Stringing Pattern: 14 x 18
Construction: Graphite & Balsatex MULTIAXIAL
Head Size: 500 cm2 / 77.5
Cover: full and ventilated
Grip: Squash Dry Grip

Racquet Network carries a large selection of badminton, tennis, squash, pickleball and racquetball racquets for our customers to try. See us in store for details.

Some frequent players who are active with Tennis Calgary, Squash Calgary, Badminton Calgary and Pickleball Calgary are eligible for no-deposit demos. Please see those communities for further details.

All of our stringers are trained by the US Racquet Stringer’s Association. Racquet Network is also an officially recognized member of the prestigious Yonex Stringing Team — an international team of experts hand-picked by Yonex to string at several of the world’s top tennis and badminton tournaments, including the Australian Open.

Most recently, members of the Racquet Network custom racquet stringing team were stringing racquets with Team Yonex at the 2017 Canadian Open Badminton Championships in Calgary.

Racquet Network offers both custom stringing and discount stringing options.

More information about racquet stringing:

  • Calgary Interclub Squash League | Squash Racquet Stringing Deals - Racquet Network is highly supportive of Calgary Interclub Squash League and other squash groups in Calgary. If you visit us in-store you will see that we do not hesitate to promote the league to squash players who are looking for places to play. We also support Calgary Interclub Squash League squash players by offering awesome […]
  • Why Do Strings Break? - Here at Racquet Network, our stringers re-string nearly 2000 racquets a year. Less than a dozen racquets a year come back for warranty repairs. This means that 99.994% of the racquets we repair are fine while 0.006% experience premature string breakage. Yet in almost every one of the 0.006% of cases where strings break prematurely, […]
  • Racquet Stringing Options - Racquet Network offers Calgary customers several options for racquet stringing services. Frequent re-stringers who want custom stringing can save the most money by pre-ordering online and submitting reviews for discounts. In most cases, online 1-week-or-less orders are completed within 24 hours and come with all of the extras offered by custom racquet stringing. EXAMPLE: The […]
  • Custom Stringing vs Discount Stringing - Ian asks: “Why does custom stringing cost more than discount stringing?” The one-word answer is: efficiency. Discount stringing customers save money because they have fewer options. Our stringers can stack up a bunch of discount stringing racquets for five or six days and then bang them all out at the same time without having to […]
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  • A Beginner’s Guide to On-the-Spot Racquet Stringing - Our On-the-Spot Racquet Stringing program is very popular. Simply bring your racquet into our store any weekday evening from 5:00-7:00 and we will string it while you wait for just $20.00, string and labour included. It’s a great program that has saved a lot of squash, tennis, badminton and racquetball players a lot of money […]
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  • How to Save Money on Custom Racquet Stringing - Want to enjoy all of the benefits of custom racquet stringing without paying full price for everything? Try pre-ordering online. Then drop your racquet off whenever it’s convenient. You will get exactly the same result as when you come into the store and place your order in person, but you will save money every time. […]
  • Is Your Racquet a String Eater? - Take a good look at the racquet in the image at the top of this article. It won’t take you long to see why the string broke where it broke. It broke because the grommet for that string hole is both crushed and split. Two holes to the left of that, another grommet is broken. […]
  • Discount Racquet Stringing in Calgary - With more than 150 kinds of string in stock at any given moment, Racquet Network is well-known in Calgary for offering custom racquet stringing. Since the racquet sports player network was founded in 2004, the southwest Calgary racquet store has turned out thousands of customized tennis, squash, badminton and racquetball racquets to some of our […]

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商店地址: 310-2525 Woodview Dr SW T2W 4N4

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ESW 0.400 kg
ESD 73 x 23 x 5 cm



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15 reviews for TECNIFIBRE CARBOFLEX 125S

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Alan Ribano. Demo Card Feedback. 8 SEP 2018.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Alex Cormier. Demo card feedback. 22 July 2018.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Bretton Kosick. Demo card feedback. 19 June 2018.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Andrea Henry. Demo Card Feedback. 16 APR 18.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Shaw Gray. Demo card feedback. 12 APR 2018.

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Eric Derrah. Demo Card Feedback. 14 JAN 2018.

  7. Rated 3 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Jonathon Chow. Demo card feedback. 7 JAN 2018

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    Justin Comfort. Demo Card Feedback. 3 Nov 2017.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Racquet Network

    I am completely happy with this racket. I was having troble with Black Night rackets breaking all the time so I went into see you guys. The guy there recommended the Carbonflex. I now have two in case I break a string on one. I am completely happy and would buy again.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kiefer Waite

    Quite simply, the Carboflex 125 S is the best racquet that I have ever used. The quality of the materials is really second to none. The stiffness of the shaft helps me place the ball where I want it to go. The teardrop shape means that the racquet has plenty of power, but the wideness at the bottom of the facemeans that the sweet spot is larger and more forgiving than any other racquet that I’ve tried. This racquet gives the perfect combination of touch, power, control, and durability that is unmatched by any other racquet that I’ve ever tried. With a lot of other racquets, there seems to be trade offs, but the 125 S is, IMO, the best of both worlds. I have used Tecnifibre Carboflex racquets for 5 years, and I have broken only one. By comparison, I used to use Black Knights and Dunlops and would break 3 or 4 every year. I could go on for days about how awesome this racquet is. I would give it a 6/5 if I could.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michael Muller

    I’m pretty lazy about stringing my racquets. I don’t like to be going into the store all the time. So have three of these now and when two are broken I bring them in to redone at the same time. This is such a good racquet. I am very very happy that the staff recommded me to by the first one. I tried other racquets but nothing compares.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mohammed A.

    Spectacular. 5 stars. No question. Every racquet claims to balance power and control, but this one really does. It is the best racquet I have ever used for high backhand serve returns. It has all the power I need for drives without sacrificing anything on drop shots. I love the fact that I was able to remove the bumperguard. This is an excellent feature for guys like me who used to have the cut the bumper guards off with razor blades. Plus, this racquet comes with Tecnifibre strings already installed. I love this. Dunlop, Karakal, Head, Black Knight, Harrow, they all come with crappy string. I used to have to cut the strings out and replace them with Tecnifibre strings. So the cost of a new racquet automatically went up $30-40. No more. This racquet is a GREAT DEAL.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Geoff West

    I made the mistake, recently of buying a Karakal racquet from a guy at our club. It made me realize how good my Carbonflex racquet really is. So I came in a bought a second one. Thanks to everyone at the Racquet Network for being so helpful. Every once in awhile I get board and want to try something new but I always end up coming right back to you. You really know your stuff.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kevin D

    My favorite racquet to play with for the past 3 seasons. I’ve only needed to buy 2 racquets and used 1 for the last 3 years as they are extremely durable. The head guards broke once, and racquet network was able to put in new ones for me in less than an hour. No complains with this racquet.

  15. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jason Vesperson

    I have been a big fan of the Carboflex series of squash racquets for several years now. I love the fact that they are so stiff and so durable. I have been anxious to see the 2016 models and I’m glad you got them in early. So far, I love the racquet. The only reason I’m giving this a four star rating instead of a five is that the racquet comes pre-strung which basically elminates its best featre. All of the new racquets have removable bumper guards/grommets. So it is possible to remove the bumper guard and just go with the grommets, which makes the racquet even lighter. Unfotuatnely, the racquet comes prestrung, so if I want to remove the bumper guard and go grommets only, I have to pay to have the racquet restrung. I would rather that it come unstrung to begin with, so I could save the $50 is costs to get it restrung.

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