Below is some general information on these rackets including their brand, version, release date, and colors.
|General info||Whiteout 305||PS 16×19|
|Color(s):||White||Coral and White|
Both rackets have very similar specs with the main difference being their beam widths.
|Racket Specs:||Whiteout 305||Pure Strike||% Difference|
|Head Size (sq cm)||632||632||0%|
|Head Size (sq in)||98||98||0%|
|String Pattern||16 x 19||16 x 19||–|
|HL or HH1||HL||HL||–|
|Strung Balance (cm)||33.02||33.02||0%|
|Strung Balance (pts)||4||4||0%|
|Strung Weight (grams)||323||323||0%|
|Strung Weight (ounces)||11.4||11.4||0%|
|Unstrung balance (cm)||32||32||0%|
|Unstrung balance (pts)||7||7||0%|
|Unstrung Weight (grams)||305||305||0%|
|Unstrung Weight (ounces)||10.8||10.8||0%|
|Beam Width (mm)||21.7 / 21.7 / 21.7||21 / 23 /21||3-6%|
1 Head Light or Head Heavy
Pros and Cons
Below are what I think are the main pros and cons of these two tennis rackets.
|Racket:||Whiteout 305||PS 16×19|
|Pros:||Has Good Feel, Touch, and Control. Has Quality Build and Design, is not too stiff, and has decent power for a 98in frame.||Good mix of control, power, and spin, is maneuverable at the net, and has a generous sweet spot.|
|Cons:||Racket is relatively heavy so won’t be suitable for beginners.||Relatively high stiffness rating, not great on slices.|
Head to Head
Below are my recommendations in terms of which racket is better in terms of Power, Control, Spin, and Arm Friendliness.
|H2H||Whiteout 305||PS 16×19|
Below are our recommendations for recreational players at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
|Player Level||PS 16×19||Whiteout 305|
Pro Player Endorsements
The Pure Strike is endorsed by Cameron Norrie and Alize Cornet, while the Whiteout 305 is not currently endorsed by any pro tennis player.