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Yonex - Voltric Lite 25i iSeries
The aero-box frame aims to minimise air resistance allowing it to flow faster across the surface during the swing. This in turn accelerates head speed and transfers more speed / power into shots.
Ashaway Phantom Helix
Ashaway Phantom Helix's 'Phantom Airflow System' allows a faster swing.
Ideal for intermediate & advanced level players.
Victor Jetspeed S10
The Victor Jetspeed S10 is a fabulous racket for advanced doubles players especially at the front of the court. In fact this is a excellent all-rounder.
Here's what the Experts had to say about these rackets
Suitable for an all round player
A medium stiff shaft also gives flexibility that really does aid the Phantom Airflow System technology. Faster racket head speed produces incredible results.
An even balance offering.
I was initially startled by the sheer speed of the frame. But, this is more than just a one trick pony. JS10 oozes power too despite being an even balance offering.
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Things to Consider When Purchasing a New Badminton Racket
- If you can pick up and get a feel for the racket before you buy. Unfortunately this is not always possible with many purchases obviously coming from online retailers.
- It may take a couple of weeks to get used to your new racket. Don't dismiss it as being the wrong racket until you have played several times with it.
- Do you like a lighter or heavier racket head? What about shaft flexibility? Stiff or flexible? The style of play will largely determine the answer to these questions but it is something you need to think about before purchasing.
- What type of string do you intend to use?
- What's your budget? Buying the most expensive racket won't instantly make you a better player. Technique and skill level are far more important.