Here's a great look at the Slazenger Double Steel racket. Bot one a while ago. Has a plastic name label figure eighted on the throat near the grip. VA's pic tells me to keep it on.
As for my play testing and commenting about this racket above the Slazenger Double Steel shaft 14.04 oz w/over grip - the Dunlop Mono 14.15 oz w/lead tape at 9 and 3 and overgrip - the Spalding Smasher - the Rosewall Seamco aluminum - the Wilson wide TX3000 - and the composite Ashe Head Competition 1 (the 2 and 3 are too flexy for me) - it occurred to me my opinion is too unique to be useful.
((Which one do I like best?
The Seamco is a 4 3/4 heavy. The 3/4 grip is really a 5/8 which is what I use. The weight is a sweet nirvana like 13.87 oz. The plow through is 10 outa 10.
It is my second favorite racket ever to the ones I currently use. I would totally 100% make this my everyday stick))
Next behind on my faves list the Rosewall Seamco is the Spalding Smasher. 14.14 oz with nothing added. Close call between the Smasher and the Seamco. Both are stiff and robust and sturdy and weighty. Perfect in every way.
You see, I play w/the widest, heaviest, stiffest and most loosely strung racket ever made.
(I can't play with any other stick. I've tried over the years)
Wilson Profile 95 (unmarked 2.7 which is a little longer than 27 inches) leaded to 13.50 oz strung at 33 to start.
So, naturally any racket I like has to have those characteristics.
And, I have yet to meet another player who shares the same ideas as me regarding racket specs.
That's my story.
There you have it.