It’s an ultra light racket with a Slightly Head Heavy Balance and Hi-Tension Frame. It provides the power to smash, offers good control and great defense against smashes.
Trick shot is also very good as the racket is easy to control. With less energy, smashing is as powerful. This racket is truly good for smash, drive and control.
THIS RACKET IS PROBABLY THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY RACKET IN THE WORLD!!
Specifications as per Manufacturer not BRR:
Frame Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Slim ABX System
Shaft Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Slim Shaft
Weight: 82g +/- 2 (5U-G2)
Length: 672mm +/- 2
Max Tension: 30 lbs
Balance: 295mm +/- 3 (Slight Head Heavy to Head Heavy)
Strung rackets are shipped to 25lbs tension using Abroz DG Power 67, unstrung rackets are sent without string. Abroz do not provide racket covers.
The racket is fine for its price, however it's very clear that the racket isn't a high-class one. Tyhe grommets and the paint coating had many small flaws. The paint isn't relevant, however, some of the grommets popped out during the stringing process. I don't think it's affects the playability, but it worries me.
The usage was alright, good power and control. Certainly good for it's price, but I still prefer NF700 from yonex even though it got a very low rating in this site. I cannot be 100% secure of my judgement, since I only played it for 2 and a half weeks and didn't apply my favourite string due to my stringing service provider disappering during practice. I will continue to try out the racket though.
Having played for mens doubles for 20+ years I've found this racket to be up there with the best! The balance is great, flexible shaft (good for defending) and good control and defence. I didn't like the strings it came with (a bit soft) but once re-strung with BG80 it made a huge difference. Bargain price for a great racket.
I've been using this racket as my primary one for the last few weeks. I only play doubles and mixed - not high class, but definitely over average. Since the racket had an absolut blast of a review here, I chose to give it a try. To be honest, it's rather mediocre. The build quality is quite alright, but for example the overgrip had to be replaced within a week. I ordered two identical rackets, but one string has a noticeably lower tension, which is a no go for me: differences in such key features as string tension usually tell a good story about the overall quality.
In conclusion I'm not disappointed, but not as nearly as impressed as brr in their review.
You can hit the shuttle very far with small amount of muscle power.
Good control and fast.
Amazing beginner / intermediate racket. Even advanced player searching for less demanding / paining to the body racket. Smooth for your arm, swift in the air but really powerful as well. I use it as a "rest racket" when I am tired by the end of a training or when I'm not in a "good day" to swop with my more demanding other racket. It is for my need the perfect spare racket to have it in my bag
Good to know regarding Abroz, I faced an issue with one of my previous racket (hammerhead) from them and their customer service paired with BBR's one has been remarkably kind, fair and prompt to react.
100% Thumbs up