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Head Tennis Grip Pallet TK82S

(5 reviews)
£9.95
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£8.29
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Head TK82S Pallets are designed to replace the grip handle of your Head tennis racquet using Head's unique pallet handle system design, eliminating the need to buy a brand new racquet just to alter the grip size.

These pallets are perfect if you find the current grip size on your racquet needs to be reduced or enlarged.

TK82S pallets fit all Head tennis racquets produced by Head since 2020 and beyond (as well as other brands), starting with the Graphene 360 Radical which have the TK82S factory fitted. These pallets are slightly squarer in shape than the other Head version pallets.

Length: 21cm / 8.2"

Reviews

  • 5
    Squarer Shaped Handle Pallet

    Posted by Gavin S on 2nd Oct 2014

    This changes the pallet / handle shape of the standard Head rectangular grip to a square shaped grip.

  • 5
    Works Well

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Dec 2013

    I installed these on my Head Pro Tour 280 to resize the grip and make it like the more square Wilson style grip shape, which I prefer over the rectangular Head grip shape. They work as advertised, are priced reasonably, and were delivered quickly to the USA. However, be very careful when cutting these to length - they break easily. Use a sharp saw and cut slowly without pressing too hard.

  • 5
    Head Pallet like Wilson

    Posted by Carubla on 28th Oct 2013

    If you like Head racquets, but miss a more squared grip, like Wilson are, try this pallet. You will like it. Racquet Depot sends them quite fast and in perfect condition.

  • 5
    Got to me timely and are great

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Sep 2013

    Priced fair and the mail came to me through the USPS to the USA. Thanks, would buy from them again.

  • 5
    Easy and Works Well

    Posted by Dave on 21st Jan 2013

    These were authentic Head replacement pallets that were a perfect fit and easy to install. These grip pallets felt more like the Wilson style grips which was the feeling I sought.