Product Profile: Dunlop Biomimetic M 3.0 Junior 25" & 26"

by: Richard Pagliaro | November 06, 2012

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Dunlop Biomimetic M 3.0 Junior 25”

MSRP: $110.00
Released: October 15
Head Size: 98 sq. in.
Length: 25 in.
Weight*: 8.55 oz.
Balance*: 1 point HH
Beam Width: 22 mm
String Pattern: 16 x 19
Website: www.dunlopbuzz.com

Dunlop Biomimetic M 3.0 Junior 26”

MSRP: $110.00
Released: October 15
Head Size: 98 sq. in.
Length: 26 in.
Weight*: 9.25 oz.
Balance*: 1 point HH
Beam Width: 22 mm
String Pattern: 16 x 19
Website: www.dunlopbuzz.com

*Values represent strung frames.

Facts: Dunlop says these junior frames are made from the same mold and feature the same technology as its new Biomimetic M series of adult racquets. The wider, rounder, TruOval shape of the head adds five percent more string bed, and is designed to expand the sweet spot for more power and greater spin potential, according to Dunlop. The surface texture, AeroskinCX, is built to reduce drag and make the racquet more aerodynamic. The 25-inch frame is designed for 10-and-under juniors, and the 26-inch for juniors over 10 years of age. However, given variables in skill level, height, weight, and strength, Dunlop recommends juniors play-test both sticks to find the length and balance most comfortable for each player.

To commemorate the launch of its new junior sticks, Dunlop has renamed its junior program, “The Next Big Thing” (formerly known as D-Squad), and re-launched its Facebook page. The brand is giving away one free M 3.0 junior racquet to commemorate its launch; visit the page to enter to win.

Impressions: The shortened length and sub-10 oz. weight make both sticks well-suited to advanced juniors who aren’t yet ready for standard-length (27-inch) racquets. Designed to give juniors the feel, control, and power of its adult counterparts, these are performance junior frames, offering more than aluminum junior racquets.


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