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Description The Dunlop Aerogel 200 Tennis Racket is the ideal racquet for tournament / advanced tennis players with a long powerful swing who require exceptional touch and control for the ultimate in precision sh... more

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Description The Dunlop Aerogel 200 Junior Tennis Racket is the ideal racket for tennis players of all ages from 3 to adult. The Dunlop Aerogel 200 Junior Tennis Racket features 0 beam aluminium construction for d... more

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AdvantagesCheap, waterproof

DisadvantagesNot as stylish as other brands

...Long before I knew what fashion was and that you could actually get posh, fashionable wellies I had a pair of Dunlop wellington boots. I now own a pair of gorgeous black Hunter boots to walk the dog in over the fields which I absolutely love and would not switch for anything but the Dunlop pair served me well although I would never go back to them. Although the price difference is huge and if you...

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AdvantagesDurable, long lasting, comfortable, water proof, good quality, keen pricing, rubber doesn't crack.

DisadvantagesIf you don't like green or black, these aren't for you, heavy.

...pair of mountain trek boots that were really past their best, and if it wasn?t for the soles, which had yet to give out, they were just about ready to be thrown out ? the company who make the old ankle boots, is Dunlop. There were we at one point on one of the hills when one of the dogs got stuck in a passing stream. Rather than leave it up to my companion who had wellingtons on, I dived into...

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AdvantagesCheap as chips and available on the high street

Disadvantagesdon't deliver on distance or performance

...on the market is breathtaking with each year bringing out new balls with supposedly new technology and new qualities. You might want a ball that plays long, that is softer to hit, that will accept spin or that is accurate (to the shot you hit and not necessarily where you want it to go!). So which one? The Dunlop DDH ball is designed for length. DD stands for Deep Distance and these balls are aimed...

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