Love the way it plays. Next time would prefer patriotic Canadian racquet with red MATTE finish, though.
I bought 2 Onyx Exposed - O Canada edition racquets. I had been able to hit a few balls with an earlier version of the racquet before, and loved the balance, feel, and power that I felt. When these gorgeous, shiny, red racquets showed up, I was immediately impressed by the flashy looks, but also struck by the balanced feel. I had to wait a couple of weeks to get on the court with them, as our courts in Saskatchewan remained closed due to Covid, but once I got on court, I was, and continue to be, blown away by how good the racquet feels in my hand. Probably the best racquet I have played with, with the possible exception of the Harrow Vapor Ultra-light.
Bought a Xamsa Onyx Incognito based mainly on the looks and reviews since I'm too far away to try them (shipping is roughly a 1/3 of the price in my case) but absolutely loved it. After a few not-so-gentle wall-collisions I'm in need of another racket - and intend to get the exact same one.
I have used multiple top end racquets (using the Head Touch Speed 120 lately) and the Xamsa PXT definitely holds it own! Is it a 100 times better than any racquet out there? Of course not. No single racquet is better than all other racquets. You just have to find a racquet that feels right for you and adds to your style of game, and the Xamsa PXT has something for everybody. Gives you great power as well as control, and the construction is very solid. It really feels like an extension of your arm. And the price point is fantastic. You get a racquet that competes with Head, Technifiber, etc but costs significantly less. Finally, the customer service is exceptional. This is one area where Xamsa has everybody beat. Give it a try, and I promise you won't regret it.
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