(New stock due around 24th April)
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)
Light weight and fast. good for defence play and play near the net. Racket came in strung with 25lbs tension and helped in great controlled play in doubles.
It came gutted with BG 65 and I didn't liked that much so got it re-gutted with BG 66 Ultimax. Build and finish is really good and looks to be good quality racket.
I tried this racket for singles and doubles both. It worked really well for me in doubles. It's fast and very easy to use racket. Overhead shots are lot easier and I was surprised with speed of the racket for net kill and overhead shots as compared to my other rackets. Smash power is decent enough though little less then my Apacs Finapi 432 but it makes for that with its speed. Defence is also very easy with this.
For singles it works fine for me though I will like to have little more weight and deep clears to require even less power for long rallies.
Having tried few different rackets from Yonex, Lining, Carlton, Mizunu and Apacs, I liked this one more in terms of performance and easy to use racket.
Abroz Nano 9900 power badminton racket - Indian residents only