Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Strung - Swing Weight
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash
Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet Frame (unstrung) - XamsaSquash

Xamsa PXT Incognito eXposed Squash Racquet

Regular price$140.00 CAD
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"eXposed" version of PXT Incognito racquet

Exceptionally maneuverable.

Bumper & grommet set replaced with eyelets making the racquet ~11 g lighter, ~13 mm more headlight and making it easier to return tight balls along the wall.

Warranty void due to the top bumper removed.

Comes unstrung due to higher manufacturing costs and to allow players to take advantage of high quality custom stringing options.

Quality consistency. All racquets are consistently excellent with the same weight and balance for the whole batch thanks to prepreg technology. 

Let us tell you a little bit more about the construction and technology behind this unique racquet.

The mold is exactly the same as our PXT 110/115, but the construction is not.
The racquet is made of 100% Toray Japan carbon fiber using prepreg technology.
Prepreg is a composite material in which a reinforcement fiber is pre-impregnated with resin in a specific ratio. This allows for direct laying into a mold without having to add resin. Every racquet has the same ratio of resin with no excess or dry spots. Uniform thickness allows for all racquets to be almost identical, with the same weight and balance as per advertised specifications.
What makes PXT Incognito unique is that it’s a consistently excellent racquet with consistent weight and balance for every racquet, not to mention a large sweet spot, effortless power and a sleek design.
When doing research we could not find any other squash racquet on the market made of 100% Japanese carbon fiber using prepreg technology and we are still not sure as to why.
Perhaps the racquet doesn’t need to be made out of such premium materials and it’s hard to justify the higher manufacturing cost which is almost twice as much as for standard racquets?
To answer this question, we invite you to give the new PXT Incognito a try.
Looking forward to your feedback.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Anthony Campbell (Huddersfield, GB)

Great service & impressed with this particular Xamsa Racquet.

Paul Dunlop (Suwanee, US)
Amazing Head Light Racket

I have been playing with these PXT Exposed rackets for about 6 months and love them, very head light, super maneuverable and no issues with durability so far. I play 3 times a week, probably a solid city level B player and constantly looking to improve. I used the regular PXT Incognito before this racket and the PXT 115’s and 110’s before that.

The numbers on the Xamsa website are 100% accurate, my Exposed rackets (I have 3 – I sweat a lot and have to rotate between games) weigh in at 143 grams with a regular grip and an over grip. My regular PXT Incognito racket is 154 grams so 11 grams less in the head of the racket which makes a big difference in swing weight and general feel of the racket. The only number I disagree with is the durability rating of 5, my rackets get a good amount of contact with the side wall, it takes the paint off the racket but no damage to the frame or strings, these are very durable rackets.

Firstly the 100% Toray Japan carbon fiber construction of the Incognito rackets gives them a slightly softer hit compared to the other PXT rackets, this is good as I have suffered from some pretty bad tennis elbow and forearm pain which has slowly gone away using these rackets. So, for me the zero vibration in the frame is good and important for reducing general wear and tear on the racket arm.

Pros: Maneuverability, 11 grams less in the head of the racket means you can make micro adjustments as you swing the racket, I noticed my volleys (especially reaction volleys) improved straight away and are still improving. I can also hold for longer and flick the racket at the last second often sending my opponent the wrong way. As I look to step forwards and volley more, I think this racket gives you a big advantage.

Cons: Less power and smaller sweet spot. So, I think this is Newtons second law ‘Force = Mass x Acceleration’ to get the same power with a lighter racket you have to swing it faster which means you need good swing mechanics with good racket head speed. I have worked on this for a few years and can get good power from this racket, it does take more effort to swing and at first, I found my arm would get tired fairly quickly. Also, the sweet spot on the PXT Exposed seems smaller than on the regular Incognito, if you don’t hit the smaller sweet spot the racket seems less stable and less forgiving.

Recommendations: If you like teardrops try this racket, get Xamsa to string it for you with your favorite strings and give it 30 days to adjust to swinging a head light racket. Order the regular grommet strips with your racket so if you really don’t like it convert back to a regular PXT Incognito (good all-around racket, great power with larger sweet spot).

Finally, can’t say enough about Xamsa, amazing company that is doing so much for the squash community, I have had many great email conversations with Tim who is always willing to take the time and advise on all things squash. For squash players, by squash players – spread the word :)

Chris Flynn (Toronto, CA)
Great Racquet

Tried the exposed and the regular version and fell in love with the exposed. It does take a little more of a beating without the plastic bumper but it well worth the increased balance control and manoeuvrability. Highly recommended for anyone playing a teardrop right now.

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