Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U)

Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U)
Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U) Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U) Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U) Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U) Apacs Woven Power (By Ko Sung Hyun) Black Badminton Racket (4U)
Brand: Apacs
Product Code: Woven Power Black
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US$89.90

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This is one of the special original rackets with Woven technology created in the A.P.A.C.S Woven series
(Woven A
GGRESSIVE, Woven POWER, Woven ACCURATE, Woven CONTROL and Woven SPEED).

Apacs Woven Power badminton racket is built with Woven technology that helps create a strong and highly durable racket, even after multiple stringing, resulting in more stable and more efficient in impact control.

Racket's speed power combined frame reduces wind resistance, maximizing the power of the swing and the transfer of energy to the shuttlecock. Aerodynamic design on the top of the frame allowing faster air flow across the curved surface during the swing, accelerating head speed and transferring more speed and power into hits. This design then combines with box shape at both sides of the frame for high stability, low-torque performance and more accuracy.

This racket is also designed with a 6.8mm slim shaft, a cutting edge nano carbon technology used to produce an ultra-thin, ultra-tough, aerodynamic shaft, created for a faster, stronger and more intense shot.

This racket is suitable for beginner up to intermediate players.

Apacs Woven Power Specifications
Frame Material: 30 Tonne Japan Graphite + Speed Power Combined Frame
Shaft Material: 24 Tonne Japan Graphite + Slim Shaft
Flex: Medium (8.5)
Weight: 84g +/- 2 (4U-G2)
Length: 672mm +/- 2
Max Tension: 38lbs
Balance: 292mm +/- 2 (Slightly Head Heavy)
Grommets: 76 holes
Color: Black

 

Special Features
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.

Woven Technology
Creates a strong and highly durable racket, even after multiple stringing, resulting in more stable and more efficient in impact control.

Speed Power Combined Frame
The Speed Power Combined Frame reduces wind resistance, maximizing the power of the swing and the transfer of energy to the shuttlecock. Aerodynamic design on the top of the frame allowing faster air flow across the curved surface during the swing, accelerating head speed and transferring more speed and power into hits. This design then combines with box shape at both sides of the frame for high stability, low-torque performance and more accuracy.
Slim shaft 6.8mm
Cutting edge nano carbon technology is used to produce an ultra-thin, aerodynamic shaft, created for a 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.

 

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Racket Specifications
Frame 30 Tonne Japan Graphite + Speed Power Combined Frame
Shaft 24 Tonne Japan Graphite + Slim Shaft
Flex Medium (8.5)
Weight 84g +/- 2 (4U-G2)
Max Tension 38lbs
Length 672mm +/- 2
Balance Point 292mm +/- 2 (Slightly Head Heavy)
Grommets 76
Shaft Diameter 6.8mm
Color Black
Special Features Isomectric head frame; Woven Technology; Speed Power Combined Frame; Slim shaft 6.8mm; 76 Grommets System;
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