Maxima Summum Junior Pansy
Varlion padel racket recommended for children between 7 and 11 years old.
It has a rounded teardrop shape for easy control. In its design, one of the main characteristics of the Summum range rackets (the highest range in the collection) has been applied: a longer handle to facilitate driving or backhand strokes with the little ones with both hands.
In turn, it has been manufactured with a Hexagon frame to make it more rigid and resistant.
It is manufactured using a bidirectional tubular of glass and carbon, reinforcing the heart with fiberglass.
Its core is 38mm Eva Flexcore laminated with plain fiberglass fabric and impregnated in Varlion's exclusive VAR-FLEX epoxy resin for maximum elasticity and resistance, and covered by a layer of titanium dioxide.
And finally, it is worth highlighting the Handlesafety technology, a new safety system for the handle. Normally, in all rackets the rope comes out from a centered hole which is attached to the handle frame by means of a pin, rivets, nails, etc. However, with this system, the rope goes through the two walls of the handle and comes out on both sides of the tip, thus giving 100% safety and comfort to the grip.
Maxima, Summum and Hexagon frame are brands and utility models registered in the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, and therefore exclusively owned and used by Varlion.
Hexagonal frame whose shape provides greater rigidity and resistance to the racket, thanks to the creation of a rib in the frame, which has a straight part (edge) and a chamfered part (chamfer).
Summum technology is based on the sum of four great innovations launched in 2018, which give rise to the most complete and highest level racket in the collection. Maxima Junior racket has two of the most important ones:
Longer grip, to get a better grip.
Greater hitting surface. The hitting area is 1.5 cm wider compared to the rest of the Junior rackets, thus obtaining more control and responsiveness in the game. This expansion is also achieved thanks to the fact that we have drilled the entire surface of the rackets, with a functional drilling design that increases the number of holes in total.
ADAPTED & GRADUAL HOLES
Gradual drilling technology adapted to the racket shape. It consists of using 3 different hole sizes, making them smaller in the central area (10 mm in diameter), medium in the middle area until we get close to the frame (11.5 mm) and large in the perimeter area or closest to the frame (13 mm). With this perforation we are able to compensate the excessive flexibility of the center of the racket with the low flexibility of the area of the core that joins the frame, thus allowing greater homogeneity to blows and increasing the resistance of the core.
This drilling technology has also been used with 2 diameters instead of 3 (13mm in the perimeter area and 11.5mm in the central area) in ranges of rackets not used by professional players as they turn out to be softer due to the fact that the drill in the central area it is 11.5mm instead of 10mm.
Medium soft foam core with spectacular hardness and rebound measures, which gives a very balanced control and power to the racket, in normal ambient temperatures between 10 and 25/30ºC.
|Type of game||Mainly control|
|Type of core||Soft touch|
|Heart construction||With heart|
|Rough texture in the surface||No|
|Weight||From 300 to 325 gr.|