ADULT BADMINTON RACKET BR 530 - BLACK YELLOW
Intermediate players looking for a versatile racket. It offers ease of handling and comfort during the game. Perfect for couples playing 2-3 times a week.
The isometric head offers a larger hitting surface.
Its flexible shaft and even balance offer plenty of hitting power.
At only 87 g, this lightweight racket is easy to handle during rallies.
Thanks to its neutral balance, it has a great power to accuracy ratio.
100% graphite racket
|Color||FLUO LIME / YELLOW|
|Description||This badminton racket is very versatile, offering ease of handling and comfort during play. It is perfect for improvers playing regularly at a club.|
|What is the Weight of this Racket?||Weight of this racket is 87 g, when unstrung. Racket weight is an extremely important factor for every badminton player. Remember to consider: - How often you play, how injury-prone you are, your body size, and your playing style. The heavier the racket, the more power you'll get. However, you'll lose speed, which can be a drawback for defensive players, quick volleys, and counter-attacks.|
|What is the length of the Racket?||The length of the racket is 675 mm.|
|What is composition of this Racket?||It is 100% graphite racket. Graphite is a form of Carbon. This racket is made through table rolling carbon weaving process, which improves the overall resistance of the racket and the stability of the racket.|
|What is the balance point of the Racket?||The balance point of this racket is 295 mm/ Neutral. It is an Even balanced Racket A badminton racket balance will have a major impact on your game. There are three types of racket balance: - Head heavy, for power - Even, for versatility - Headlight, for Speed|
|What is the Shaft Flexibility of this racket?||This racket has a Soft shaft ( Flexible). Rackets come in different flex options: - Flexible: These rackets are good for players looking for handling and long shuttlecock trajectories. - Medium: These rackets are good for players looking for a balance of power and handling. - Stiff: These rackets are good for advanced/expert players looking for power and precision. - Extra stiff: These rackets are good for expert players with impeccable techniques looking for power.|
|What can be done if the strings are broken?||a. Strings are very susceptible to wear and breakage and it is very common that strings break while playing. To increase the lifespan of your strings, ensure that you always keep your racket in a cover while not in use. b. If a string is broken, cut all the strings including the unbroken ones. Otherwise, tension is unequally distributed across the racket's head, putting pressure on certain spots of the frame and causing the head to deform or even break if the tension is too high.|
|How to re-string the Racket?||a. If the strings of your racket are broken or loose, you should get it re-strung by a professional stringer. Always use good quality multifilament strings and replace the grommets if they are broken or missing to prevent the strings from getting cut by the edges of the eyelets on the racket frame. b. Make sure that the recommended tension is applied to the strings. If your racket is already getting on in age, ask a stringer what the right tension is for you.|
|What is recommended tension on this Racket?||Recommended string tension on this racket is 20-22lbs|
|Does this Racket come with Strings already?||Yes, all our rackets are sold strung.|
|Is a new grip required for this Racket?||a. All our rackets come with a base grip pasted on the wooden handle. Based on how intensely you play, your racket may wear out more or less quickly. You should replace the base grip every 2-3 months in order to keep a good grip between your hand and the racket. b. You can also use an overgrip if you want to protect the base grip or enlarge the grip to better fit your hand. PRO-TIP: If you have sweaty palms, use a towel grip!|
|Storage Advice||Don't put the racket in the place where is more than > 35 * Always Store the Racket in a cover or a kit bag. Don't put the racket and string into the water.|