HEAD GRAVITY SPECS AND RELEASE DATE

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I recently got a hold of the new head gravity tennis rackets. I can confirm the specs below. Can confirm release date within the next month or so (June or July). You can check my credibility by looking through my previous posts about other racket releases.

HEAD GRAVITY PRO:
  • Head Size: 100
  • Weight: 315g / 11.1 oz
  • String Pattern: 18/20
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Beam: 20 mm
  • Balance: 1" HL/ 315 mm
  • Swingweight: ~335 I measured this with a professional Dunlop swingweight machine after stringing and overgrip. (I know, insane right?) Hey everyone, I took off my leather grip and remeasured the SW, it is 335 without my leather grip if that helps
HEAD GRAVITY MP:
  • Head Size: 100
  • Weight: 295g / 10.4 oz
  • String Pattern: 16/20
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Beam: 22 mm
  • Balance: .7" HL/ 325 mm
  • Swingweight: ~315 (I know, insane right?)

HEAD GRAVITY S:
  • Head Size: 104
  • Weight: 285g / 10.1 oz
  • String Pattern: 16/20
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Beam: 24 mm
  • Balance: .7" HL/ 325 mm
  • Swingweight: ~didn't bother to measure but pretty easy to swing
HEAD GRAVITY MP LITE:
  • Head Size: 100
  • Weight: 280g / 9.9 oz
  • String Pattern: 16/20
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Beam: 22 mm
  • Balance: .7" HL/ 325 mm
  • Swingweight: ~didn't bother to measure but pretty easy to swing
HEAD GRAVITY LITE:
  • Head Size: 104
  • Weight: 270g / 9.5 oz
  • String Pattern: 16/20
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Beam: 24 mm
  • Balance: .3" HL/ 335 mm
  • Swingweight: ~didn't bother to measure but pretty easy to swing
 
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dje31

Professional
Salmon pink on one side...turquoise blue on the other? Don't mind the two-tone theme, but not crazy about the actual tones chosen.
 

n8dawg6

Legend
i knew they felt tip-heavy but 1” HL is pretty extreme

edit: disregard, im getting “ and pts conflated
 
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JoaoN

Rookie
Salmon pink on one side...turquoise blue on the other? Don't mind the two-tone theme, but not crazy about the actual tones chosen.
Holy s***! I thought different models had different colors, i just realized now that is pink on one side and blue on the other. This is awfull.
 

Ethan0607

New User
Saw in the other gravity thread that there’s expected to be a Tour version that slots between Pro and MP with 22mm beam and 310g unstrung. Did Head decide to cut that? Or did they just not provide a sample for the Tour?
345sw on a sub 340g strung racquet seems pretty crazy for a retail stock racquet, was the sw figure provided as a spec and was maybe a typo? And meant 325? Or did you measure on RDC?
 

n8dawg6

Legend
Holy s***! I thought different models had different colors, i just realized now that is pink on one side and blue on the other. This is awfull.
i have held em and can confirm that i do not like the schizophrenic paint.

the specs on the pro definitely interest me though.
 
Saw in the other gravity thread that there’s expected to be a Tour version that slots between Pro and MP with 22mm beam and 310g unstrung. Did Head decide to cut that? Or did they just not provide a sample for the Tour?
345sw on a sub 340g strung racquet seems pretty crazy for a retail stock racquet, was the sw figure provided as a spec and was maybe a typo? And meant 325? Or did you measure on RDC?
I meant 345. It was absolutely insane to swing around. I added a leather grip and it still felt tasking to swing. I don’t know why the SW is so high.
 

Howard H

Rookie
Saw in the other gravity thread that there’s expected to be a Tour version that slots between Pro and MP with 22mm beam and 310g unstrung. Did Head decide to cut that? Or did they just not provide a sample for the Tour?
345sw on a sub 340g strung racquet seems pretty crazy for a retail stock racquet, was the sw figure provided as a spec and was maybe a typo? And meant 325? Or did you measure on RDC?
There will be a Tour for sure.
 

Automatix

Hall of Fame
... with their weird Graphene thing. ...
After a conference which also regarded production of carbon nano tubes, carbon fibres (this one was presented by a company which collaborates with the Fraunhofer Institute - think Volkl) and graphene I'd say that whatever their adding is of poor quality. There are so many techs allowing for production of cheap low strength carbon fibres that I wouldn't be surprises if that was the case here.
 

TennisHound

Legend
After a conference which also regarded production of carbon nano tubes, carbon fibres (this one was presented by a company which collaborates with the Fraunhofer Institute - think Volkl) and graphene I'd say that whatever their adding is of poor quality. There are so many techs allowing for production of cheap low strength carbon fibres that I wouldn't be surprises if that was the case here.
I think you said it a lot better than I did
 

fed1

Semi-Pro
I saw the line this morning, my rep must have said comfort 50 times in an hour meeting. Trying to jump on the Clash Train!! The frames looked good in person but I kind of punched out when they said the are materials that "unravel" when contact is made with the ball to improve flex. :rolleyes:
 
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