Gosen Grapower Aermet 88 Badminton Racket

£42.74 £79.79

Weight 94.7 g  
Balance Point Head Heavy (295 mm)  
Shaft Stiffness Flexible (0.98 g)  
Manoeuvrability 38 km/hr

This racket is strung with Ashaway Zymax 65 at 25lbs pressure


HEAD OFFICE 3F, Nikke Yotsubashi Bldg., 1-4-26,
Shinmachi, Nishi-ku,
Osaka 550-0013, Japan
INCORPORATION Aug. 14, 1953 (Founded in Jan., 1951)
CAPITAL STOCK 100 million yen
EMPLOYEE 198 persons (as of Mar. 31, 2015)
MAIN BUSINESS – Manufacrure & Sales of sporting goods
– Manufacturer & Sales of tackle
– Manufacture & Sales of sewing thread for apparels and industrials.
1951 GOSEN CO., LTD. was extablished and started manufacturing nylon synthetic thread.
1954 Tenjin factory was established to start the production of racket string and fishing line.
1958 Started to export the racket synthetic strings
1960 Developed world longest selling string “HY-SHEEPⓇ”.
1963 Developed special coated string “OG-SHEEPⓇ”.
1968 For the first time in Japan “HY-SHEEP-S” was officially recognized by Japan Soft Tennis Federation.
Tennis strings were also officially recognized by Japan Tennis Association.
1969 Obtained a patent on manufacturing the whole shaft, strictly steel made badminton rackets.
Released the highest quality and lightest weight model “EXCELLENT”.
1971 Oil injected “HY-O-SHEEPⓇ” tennis string obtained patent in U.S.A., U.K. etc..
1973 Rod Laver (Australia) the Grand Slam tennis champion signed a contract to promote GOSEN.
1976 In the golden age of the wooden racket, GOSEN developed the bamboo racket “HY-THOMASⓇ” that has better resilience than wooden.
1980 Releaesd the world’s first joint-less carbon badminton racket and this racket leads to the current carbon rakets.
1981-1982 Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert Lloyd, top players at that time, signed an international contract to promote GOSEN.
1985 GOSEN strings were officially approved by Indonesia Badminton Association.
1986 R & D center was builded next to Tenjin factory.
Officially approved by International Tennis Federation.
1988 GOSEN CO., LTD., TAIWAN BRANCH was established in Taichung, Taiwan.
Developed genuine multi-filament string “TECGUTⓇ”.
1989 GOSEN CO. PTE. LTD. was established in Singapore.
1990 Developed “Umishima” structure, “TECGUT 7000”.
1991 GOSEN AMERICA, INC. was established in U.S.A.
Signed with Jim Courier (U.S.A.) and Gabriela Sabatini (Argentine) to promote tennis string.
1994 Signed with C. Martinez (Spain) to promote GOSEN tennis string “TECGUT PRO” for widebody tennis racket.
1996 GOSEN is the only badminton string which was approved by International Badminton Federation.
1998 Developed “GAVUNⓇ” shaft, “ROOTSⓇ” racket, featuring two-kick points for the first time in the racket industry.
1999 Developed bio degradable string “BIOGUTⓇ” for the first time in the world.
Signed with Malaysian Badminton Association for sponsorship.
2000 Singed with Anna Kournikova (Russia) to promote GOSEN tennis string and grip.
2001 Adopted the super alloy “AERMET” in strings and rackets for the first time in the world.
2003 SHANGHAI GOSEN CO., LTD. was established in Shanghai, China.
Lined up the new ROOTS series racket with new patented mechanism named WPP (Wave Power Performance) which increases resilience.
Tenjin factory was certified under ISO9001 (Quality Management System).
2005 Tenjin Factory was certified under ISO 14001 (environmental management system).
Adopted nano-technology in strings “NANOCUBICⓇ” first time in the world.
2006 Became a member of NIKKE group.
2007 Developed R4X badminton string with revolutionary Quattro-Fiber.
2009 Developed FG tennis string with flat shape first time in the world.

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 70 × 25 × 5 cm

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