The Apacs Commander 60 badminton racket is one of Apacs' latest innovation built with New Japan High-modulus graphite.
Apacs Commander 60 is built with box designed frame at top and bottom gives you the power to smash while the sides of frame provides high-speed, therefore helps in good quick swings. Both features join forces to create a new design in racket frame technology.
With its cutting edge nano carbon technology slim shaft, this racket produces faster, stronger and more intense shot.
This racket has its light body and head, it enables you to move the racket like a sword and to deliver a very clean and sharp execution. Continuous drive of the shuttle using this racket is easier and painless as it is considerably light. Retrieving smashes is easier as well due to the light feel of the racket.
|Apacs Commander 60 5U-G1 Specifications|
|Frame Material:||Japan High Modulus Graphite + New Power Speed Frame|
|Shaft Material:||Japan High Modulus Graphite + Slim Shaft|
|Weight:||82g +/- 2 (5U-G1)|
|Balance:||288mm +/- 3 (Even Balance)|
|Isometric head frame||Equalizes the length of main and cross strings in the stringbed, enlarging the sweet-spot for more consistent accuracy even on off-center hits.|
|New Power Speed Frame||Box designed frame at top and bottom gives you the power to smash while the sides of frame provides high-speed. Both features join forces to create a new design in racket frame technology.|
|Slim Shaft||Cutting edge nano carbon technology is used to produce an ultra-thin, ultra-tough, aerodynamic shaft, created for a faster, stronger and more intense shot.|
|76 Grommets system||This single-pass grommet holes construction provides more grommet holes, creating a high-performance stringing pattern that puts 7% more durability.|
|Frame||Japan High Modulus Graphite + New Power Speed Frame|
|Shaft||Japan High Modulus Graphite + Slim Shaft|
|Weight||82g +/- 2 (5U-G1)|
|Balance Point||288mm +/- 3 (Even Balance)|
|Special Features||Isometric head frame; New Power Speed Frame; Slim Shaft; 76 Grommets system;|
Rob Abels , Groningen