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NOX PADEL RACKET - AT10 Luxury GENIUS 18K Alum 2024 by Agustín Tapia

NOX PADEL RACKET - AT10 Luxury GENIUS 18K Alum 2024 by Agustín Tapia

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The new paddle racket of Agustín Tapia for the 2024 season is a total technological revolution. New mold, new materials and new technologies for you to feel today the paddle of the future.

More balance, more speed

The edges of the profiles have been profiled to increase aerodynamics, the grip has been lengthened to facilitate grip, but what stands out most is the incorporation of EOS Flap technology, side perforations designed to increase the manageability of the racket and distribute the weight distribution so that you have a fast and lethal racket in your hands.

Comfortable, solid and reliable

The new combination of materials, with the 18K aluminized 18K Alum carbon fiber in communion with the multilayer core MLD Black Eva gives it a very comfortable feel while preserving a solid feel and intermediate hardness.

In addition, the properties of the aluminized carbon fiber are more resistant to temperature changes, reducing changes in the feel of the racket caused by temperature changes.

Less vibration, more grip

The handle of the racket is the point of union between your body and your racket and for this reason we have also paid special attention to this area of the racket. On the one hand we have incorporated the Pulse System technology, two rubber bands designed to absorb vibrations. In addition, now as standard the entire Luxury range incorporates the patented NOX Custom Grip technology® and certified by Testea Padel to increase grip and reduce vibrations.

It includes the pioneering system of replaceable safety laces. Smartstrap®, now evolved into a compact piece for increased strength and safety.More hygienic, safer and more customizable.

AT10 Luxury Genius 18K Alum or 12K?

Both paddles have been designed together with the Mozart of Catamarca, Agustín Tapia. Both the 18K Alum and the 12K share the same mold, core and technologies, the only difference between them being the face material. Which one to choose? Our recommendation: 18K Alum if you are looking for an intermediate feel and 12K if you are looking for a stiffer feel.

PADEL OF THE FUTURE, NOW.

Features

Shape Drop
Weight 360-375 grams
Core MLD Black Eva
Frame 100% carbon
Face Carbon Alum 18K
Control 10/10
Stem 9/10

Certified Quality

Testea Padel certifies the quality of this paddle racket against breakage of the frame and the faces of the racket as well as the durability of the product against fatigue.

Technologies

CARBON 18K ALUM
Aluminized 18K carbon that provides a solid and comfortable feel and greater resistance to temperature changes.

MLD BLACK EVA CORE

Multilayer core that combines different rubber densities to optimize ball exit in low-speed defensive shots and power in finishing shots.

EOS FLAP
Improved aerodynamics and handling of the racket with the lateral perforations at the base of the racket frame.

PULSE SYSTEM
Reduction of vibrations transmitted to the player's hand with the insertion of lateral rubber bands that go from the base of the frame to the bottom of the racket.

NOX CUSTOM GRIP
Technology patented by NOX and certified by Testea Pádel, now standard with all the Luxury bats of the 2023-24 collection. Increases grip by 52% and reduces vibrations that are transmitted to your hand by 29%. A fully customizable system optimal for players with sweating or epicondylitis problems.

SMARTSTRAP®
Customize your racket, improve hygiene and safety by easily replacing the lace without losing the warranty by not having to manipulate the lower cap.

ROUGH SURFACE
Rough surface on the last layer of the face of the blade by means of a bath in silica sand of low grammage. With this roughness, more effective strokes are achieved.

DCS - DYNAMIC COMPOSIT STRUCTURE
By applying more material from the frame to four centimeters into the face, we minimize the difference in hardness between the frame and the face. In this way, when the ball is hit with the outer parts of the blade, we minimize the possible cutting of the fibers that could occur when the rubber sinks.

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