PowerAngle Debuts a New Diagonal Line of Tennis Rackets
SCARSDALE, NY — PowerAngle LLC, the only manufacturer of patented, diagonally-strung tennis rackets, introduces a new Diagonal Line of tennis rackets. The PowerAngle PRO (Midsize), CENTRIC (Super-Mid) and GRAND (Oversize) are now available.
Tennis coaches and medical doctors endorse PowerAngle Rackets. PowerAngle’s equal-length diagonals reduce vibration by 40% compared to conventionally-strung rackets, which have unequal-length horizontal and vertical strings. Consequently, PowerAngle players’ shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands are protected from harmful vibrations. Also, diagonal stringing grips a tennis ball better - resulting in the ball staying on the strings longer - providing controlled power and added spin. PowerAngle Rackets are tournament legal and conform to the official ITF Rules of Tennis.
The PowerAngle PRO, a midsize frame at 98 square inches, is the new gold standard for a player’s racket (MSRP $199). The silver PowerAngle CENTRIC is a spin-generating, super-mid frame, measuring 102 square inches (MSRP $209). For players who prefer oversize rackets, the ultra-comfortable, sky blue PowerAngle GRAND plays powerfully at 115 square inches (MSRP $219).
PowerAngle Rackets can be purchased through the company’s headquarters or from retailers nationwide. PowerAngle Rackets are sold online at Tennis Warehouse™, the leading global tennis racket seller on the Internet. In addition, the new Diagonal Line can be play-tested via their demo program at Tennis-Warehouse.com.
PowerAngle LLC was founded in 2000. The PowerAngle logo on the diagonal strings is a red diamond. The PowerAngle corporate office is located in Scarsdale, NY, and the PowerAngle distribution center is in Mamaroneck, NY. For more information, visit PowerAngle.net, email Dan@PowerAngle.net or call 914-472-7271.
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