Varlion LW Carbon Difusor 20.1 W
Manufactured using a bi-directional carbon tubular and a 38mm Hypersoft EVA core with high hardness for the "S" version (Summer) and low hardness for the "W" version (Winter).
The core is laminated by means of two layers of plain carbon fiber 7Rhombus fabric and one layer of aluminized fiberglass fabric, which weight depends on if the racket is the “S” or “W” version.
It is reinforced in the heart with plain carbon fiber fabric, impregnated in Varlion's exclusive VAR-FLEX epoxy resin, for maximum elasticity and resistance, and covered by a layer of titanium dioxide.
Its main characteristics are:
- Wings Diffuser technology in the heart, aerodynamically optimized with a 27% improvement in air passage compared to the previous one, which allows a better control of the racket to direct the ball where the player wants and with more regularity.
- Different rackets for different temperatures. Temperature is decisive for the racket, causing more or less elasticity in the core. To solve the changes that temperature exerts on racket materials, this model has been manufactured with two different core constructions. LW Carbon Difusor S is recommended to be used at temperatures above 25ºC / 77ºFF, and LW Carbon Difusor W is recommenden to temperatures below 25ºC / 77ºF.
In this way, it is recommended to carry both rackets in the bag, so the player will use one model or another depending on the temperature.
- Includes an adhesive Hexagon bumper. Designed and produced through a low hardness PTU injection mold to absorb bumps and chafing. This protector is fixed on racket frame through an adhesive tape without the need to drill it, which also helps to avoid vibrations. In its latest version we have reduced its weight by 50%; it weights now only 11 grams.
- A mold with a larger hexagonal rough for better effects.
Lethal Weapon, Hexagon frame, Wings Difusor and Adhesive Bumper, are brands and utility models registered in the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, and therefore exclusively owned and used by Varlion.