Squash Racquet Review – Black Knight Magnum Corona6 Squash Racquet

Black Knight Magnum Corona6 Squash RacquetThe Black Knight Magnum Corona6 Squash has just been released and it is an excellent edition to Black Knight’s lineup of squash racquets.   Anyone that has played with the original Magnum Corona will feel right at home with this racquet.  The head size, weight, and balance are the same.  The big difference is in the addition of the Thermal Core Technology.

Thermal Core Technology is a new process that heats the racquet core to higher temperature during the curing phase, so that the racquet structure is cured uniformly inside and out. This TCT modification to the carbon fibres makes the frame extremely responsive – stiff yet playing with the reactive properties of a more flexible frame. The resulting hit is the best of both worlds – the control of a very stiff frame with the power of a more flexible frame.

The addition of the Thermal Core Technology does change the feel of the Corona6 from that of the original Corona.  So while the weight, head size and balance are all the same the actual contact feels different.  The Corona6 is a stiff racquet yet because of the Thermal Core Technology does not feel like a board like some overly stiff racquets do.

The head is relatively small at 475cm2.  The smaller head size definitely helps with control. Like the older Corona it is head light.  It is a 140g racquet but Black Knight lists it dynamic weight at 135g meaning it plays lighter than it is.  This makes it great for volleying and quick exchanges at the ‘T’.  While it is head light it is only by a bit which I think is generally good for most players.  Mass in the head is important for most players as it helps you feel the racquet in your hand when playing drops and other touch shots.

Overall the Black Knight Magnum Corona6 is an improvement over the already good design of the original Magnum Corona.  Anyone that is replacing the original Corona should check this racquet out as should anyone that is looking for a good control racquet.

We have it in stock and ready to ship should like pick one up.  You can find it here at our online store.

3 thoughts on “Squash Racquet Review – Black Knight Magnum Corona6 Squash Racquet

  1. I would just like to say thank you for all these reviews on differant racquets, it is very difficult to find good reviews on squash supplies anywhere. I would also like to say that I really enjoy this black knight corona 6 squash racquet. Before using this racquet I used the harrow spark(which i really really liked) and these racquets are fairly similar. The biggest difference between them is the thermal core technologie. Honestly, I didn’t think it would make a big difference, but it gives much more power on the ball. I am normally very hard on my racquets(i have broken 8 in four and a half years) but so far, this racquet has shown no sign of wear. Finally I want to tell everyone reading this that this racquet comes in different colours, I have seen them. So far BK has not put them on their website, but there is a frost 6(almost all white) a lava 6(bright pink) and a corona 6 flash( bright yellow).


    • James,

      Thank you very much for taking the time to comment on our site it really is appreciated. Black Knight overall I have found to make durable racquets so glad you seeing good results with your Corona 6. The other models you have mentioned the Frost and Lava do exist. They are called Chrome models as I recall. The colour is the reverse of what the original non “6” model of the Frost and Lava. They are not on Black Knight’s website and are not supposed to be available for purchase online at all. I met with one of the head Black Knight rep’s in Canada about a week ago and we discussed these frames. They want them for sale only at the club level. Thanks again for commenting.

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