Black Knight Ion Storm Squash Racquet

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Black Knight Ion Storm Squash Racquet

The Black Knight Ion Storm is the racquet that David Palmer and Black Knight teamed up to make when he first signed with Black Knight.  It is with this racquet that he captured his last British Open title.  An amazing accomplishment, by a great player with this great racquet.  The Black Knight Ion Storm is a 135g racquet that is a bit head heavy.  Black Knight's dynamic weight is 140g.  The Ion Storm is now on sale as it is a clearance item which is why we have discounted the price.

Characteristics of the Black Knight Ion Storm:

String : PowerNick 18
Recommended Tension : 26 lbs
Rigidity Index : 93
Avg. Frame Weight : 135 g
String Area : 475 cm2
Dynamic Weight : 140


The Ion series has been developed in collaboration with multiple British Open Champion David Palmer, and the Ion Storm was used for his 2008 British Open victory.

The Ion racquets use Nano-Crystalline Technology (NCT) as an additive to the polymer structure of the graphite frame, for reinforcement at key stress points while allowing for finetuning of the weight and balance. The combination of NCT with the Ion frame geometry also effectively reduces frame distortion and torque for a larger sweetspot and greater control for hard hitters such as Palmer. The shaft is flared in 2 dimensions between the bridge and the handle to create a progressive flex, increasing power transfer.

Racquet comes strung and without a cover

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  • 5
    Great product, fast service!

    Posted by Heather on 4th Apr 2018

    I was in an upcoming tournament last weekend and 1 week before the tournament, my racket broke. I didn't want to get used to a new racquet before the tournament so I ordered online at Control the T hoping to get it in time. I was pleasantly surprised that the racquet was shipped the same day as I ordered and arrived the following day. I wasn't there at home so I had to pick it up at the post office the following day but I was very happy to have my fav racquet before the tournament. Thanks Control the T!!