Varlion Maxima Summum Prisma Radio W
The Maxima is a rounded teardrop-shaped racket, designed for players who seek control in their game without losing power.
The Varlion team has used Radio Technology, to produce the first racket that comes out of its own mold already drilled.
Materials are pre-drilled and trimmed before being introduced into it. Thanks to this, the racket comes out with the holes already made and with a smooth and rounded radius.The technical result is a significant increase in the resistant of the core and a 50% reduction in the use of fabrics.
The other stand out from Varlion on this racket is the Airflow Technology, focused on giving fluidity to the air passage through the racket thanks to some elongated holes located between the frame and the core.
This top of the range-level racket has the Prisma Frame, with which we manage to reduce the contact point of the frame against walls and surfaces by 90%, as well as 10% air resistance. All this means better maneuverability of the racket and greater acceleration capacity on hits.
On the other hand, Varlion has also reinforced its most fragile point (the head) with an adhesive bumper that adapts perfectly to its shape, the Prisma Bumper. This not only covers the frame, but also its connection with the plane of the racket.
When it comes to applying effects to the hits, it presents a rough texture in the plane called Slice, which has been designed and developed with a series of curved lines that make the ball to stick more.
As its name suggests, the Maxima Summum Prisma includes Summum Technology in its construction, which is based on the sum of several factors:
- A longer grip than usual to provide the player with a more comfortable and professional grip, and also to make it easier for those who use both hands on backhand shots.
- A 1 cm longer striking surface.
- A gradual holes pattern with more holes (76 in total), to improve and expand the sweet spot of the racket.
- And the wing diffuser technology in the heart, with an aerodynamically improved diffuser, which provides more manoeuvrability and precision.
And finally, it is worth highlighting the Handlesafety Technology, a new safety system for the handle. Normally, in all rackets the rope comes out from a centered hole which is attached to the handle frame by means of a pin, rivets, nails, etc. However, with this system, the rope goes through the two walls of the handle and comes out on both sides of the tip, thus giving 100% safety and comfort to the grip.