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GAMMA QUANTUM VOLTAGE 5.0 Pickleball Paddle


GAMMA QUANTUM VOLTAGE 5.0 Pickleball Paddle 2023 – The Gamma Quantum Voltage 5.0 is a middleweight, graphite paddle. Lightweight, and fast, for attacking players who want a responsive paddle that produces intense spin. Come In Store and swing with this racket in our HITTING ROOM…

GAMMA QUANTUM VOLTAGE 5.0 Pickleball Paddle specifications : 

  • Paddle Weight:  221g / 7.8 ounces
  • Paddle Face Material: Textured Graphite
  • Paddle Core Material: Nomex Honeycomb
  • Paddle Shape: Wide Body
  • Core Thickness: 14 mm Honeycome core
  • Paddle Length: 15 3/8″
  • Paddle Width: 8 1/8″
  • Grip Size: Thin – 4″  Comfortable Gamma Honeycomb grip. 
  • Handle Length: Standard – 5 1/4″
  • With a specialised texturised micro bead surface which allows the paddle to bite the ball for extra rotation and spin in every shot.  This means that you can hit more powerful and precise shots, giving you a significant advantage over your opponents.
  • The paddle features a 14mm thick polymer core which offers greater power without lacking in forgiveness.
  • With an updated aerodynamic shape the paddle allows for greater swing speeds for penetrating shots.  This means that you can hit the ball with more power and accuracy, giving you a significant advantage over your opponent.

Gamma’s mission is to improve play for the every day athlete and find a better way to unlock performance.

PICKLEBALL  – How to Play 

  • The ball has to land within the white lines on either side of the court when in play. Technically, if it hits the line, it’s in. 
  • At the start of the game, there should be one bounce per side before you can volley the ball. 
  • Serving must be at the baseline, one foot behind it. The serve must also be underhand, the ball held below the waistline and served diagonally. 
  • The serve can’t land in the non-volley zone – ie, anywhere inside the lined box – which is seven feet from the net, on both sides. 
  • The game ends at 11, 15 or 21 points. Similarly to volleyball and tennis, the winning team must win by at least two points. When playing to 11, teams switch sides of the court when the first hits six points; if 21, the switch is at eight points
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