Cypher Pro - Black Diamond Series Factory Second

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Cypher Pro - Black Diamond Series

Factory Seconds
*Near perfect 1st quality paddle
*Slight cosmetic imperfection with NO effect on paddle performance


Don't be fooled by other companies. You can have POWER and CONTROL in the same paddle. The PROLITE Cypher Pro has everything you need for your GAME CHANGER!

For the newest addition to the Black Diamond Series, PROLITE has combined its exclusive, top of the line, 100% pure carbon fiber facing material along with the longest paddle shape to provide the most powerful and controlled paddle on the market. No other "long" paddle on the market has engineered the elongated shape to enhance the sweet spot making it even larger than the competition! PROLITE's exclusive and superior carbon fiber material dampens the impact and vibration of even the hardest hit by your opponent. The Cypher Pro's unique shape is specifically engineered for POWER! It has more TORQUE than any paddle in pickleball thus creating more head speed through ball contact...POWER. A paddle with more torque squares the paddle face at the moment of impact. Square at impact results in straighter shots...CONTROL. You will absolutely feel the difference. Are you ready to experience the Cypher Pro?

 Paddle Specs:

  • Core: QuadCore™ Polymer Honeycomb
  • Facing: Highest Quality, American Made Carbon Fiber Facing
  • PROLITE's exclusive carbon fiber and vibration dampening system helps alleviate chronic tennis elbow and wrist pain through dispersion of energy throughout every fiber of the paddle 
  • Length: 16 5/8"
  • Width: 7 5/16"
  • Weight: 7.3-7.7 oz.
  • Grip: PROLITE No Sweat Diamond Grip
  • Grip Circumference: 4 1/4" Length: 4 3/4"
  • MicroEdge™ Guard
  • Noise Approved Pickleball Communities
  • Manufactured in the USA and meets the USAPA's specifications
  • Sweet Spot Diagram (DOWNLOAD)
  • Cypher Spec Sheet (DOWNLOAD)
  • Comparison Chart (DOWNLOAD)

 

 

 

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  • 5
    Cypher Pro

    Posted by John Basse on Jun 27th 2019

    It’s just been a few weeks, but I like the light weight and large sweet spot.

  • 5
    Porlite Cypher

    Posted by Alex Thompson on Jun 25th 2019

    Great paddle. light weight and large sweet spot make it ideal for an aggressive player

  • 5
    Prolite Cypher for tennis players

    Posted by Justin Yesso on May 24th 2019

    I already owned a pro-lite rebel spin but I'm a 3.5/4 level tennis player and Ifound that my strike pattern(marks on the paddle) were all near the tip. I figured an extended length paddle with a head heavy design would move the sweet spot to where I want it. It definitely help my game out a lot and I'd recommend it to anyone who plays singles tennis.

  • 5
    Black diamond

    Posted by Gregg on May 19th 2019

    Everything they say it is, very solid performer lite weight but doesn’t get pushed around in heated exchanges.

  • 5
    Cypher

    Posted by John clark on Apr 21st 2019

    I absolutely love my new cypher paddle. Power when needed and touch for the short game.

  • 5
    Love this paddle!

    Posted by Unknown on Apr 1st 2019

    Lightweight and a bit longer so I'm able to reach a bit further to return the shots. Really like this paddle!

  • 5
    Cypher Pro

    Posted by Gary Gauthier on Feb 27th 2019

    I had been using a Selkirk long paddle for a year. I am a 3 - 3.5 player who can mix up my game between power and soft games. I was previously a table tennis player so like to use a lot of spin. The sweet spot and feeling of control with the Cypher Pro actually surprised me and my spin game has gotten even more perplexing to my opponents. I liked this paddle so much that I've purchased a second one as a backup. Great product!!!

  • 4
    Cyper Pro

    Posted by Todd Koyamatsu on Feb 4th 2019

    Really two paddles in one. Lighter and faster than my Supernova this paddle demands accuracy in the paddle face. Hits off the bottom predictably go nowhere but hit it in the sweetspot and the ball flys off the face. It’s not for blocking shots but more for the precision player. Who demands accuracy.