Here we are again with more news! Not only does 2021 begin with the launch of the Siux Raven, but soon three new padel rackets will join in, leaving you speechless. We’re talking about the new Siux Diablo Revolution. These three new models, Diablo Revolution, 3K, 12K and 24K are the next novelty and the beginning of the update of the most classic padel rackets of the brand with the new Revolution system.
New Revolution System
What does this new Revolution system consist of? It is the use of a flat tubular in the frame of the padel racket, which, added to its bridge (similar to that of the Trilogy), provides greater vibration absorption. The Diablo padel rackets are the first to undergo this change for the better and will be followed by the most emblematic padel rackets of the brand: Siux Pegasus, Siux Black Carbon, or Siux Spyder are some of them.
Besides, they will not only include the Revolution system, but, in line with the agreement signed with ShockOut, and which already have the Raven, the padel rackets of the Revolution range will also have this spectacular anti-vibration system in the lower area of the padel racket to eliminate vibrations, improve comfort in the game and prevent possible injuries.
Siux Diablo Revolution: in depth
This range has 3 new models that, while maintaining the essence of the Siux Diablo, multiply the power and control offered to the padel player. The main difference between the three, Siux Diablo Revolution 3K, Siux Diablo Revolution 12K and Siux Diablo Revolution 24K is, as the name suggests, the carbon with which they have been manufactured. While the 3K is harder, the 24K is the softest and the 12K is the intermediate.
Even so, all three have the inverted drop shape that characterizes this model. Besides, they have an ideal medium balance to provide a balanced game on the court. On the other hand, despite their differences in carbon, they all incorporate graphene, so they are resistant and provide a touch of hardness to the touch.