Yonex Voltric FB Badminton Racket
If you are looking for a racket that will help you improve your game and increase your level of performance at the club, then look no further than the Yonex Voltric FB Badminton Racket. It has all the features you would expect from a badminton racket: lightweight head, stiff core, high torque for supreme performance, rubber grip that won’t slip and help you maintain a steady footing, and a full set of feathers for top spin. This racket is also one of the lightest racquets on the market, weighing in at less than seven ounces. Best of all, the core is made out of a heavy-duty graphite composite that has proven itself in the high-end badminton market. Not only does this graphite composite mean that the Yonex Voltric FB Badminton Racket can stand up to the toughest challenge, but it is also extremely durable, with an average lifetime of around five thousand spins.
As with any Yonex product, the Yonex Voltric FB Badminton Racket comes in two formats: the Softy and the Gas. With the softy, you get a two-piece rackets design that has a built-in shuttle system, helping you control your game much more easily. The gas rackets have a dual blade system, helping you get the most out of every shot, and are designed to give you extra power on your hit. Either racket can be used with all types of shuttlecocks, so whether you prefer a low-powered game or a more potent high-performance style, these two models are able to adapt to your needs.
Many consumers also mention that while using a low tension setting on their Yonex Voltric FB Badminton Racket, they find that the shuttlecocks come a bit harder to handle. This is not necessarily a problem, as you will probably only be playing low-level games with your new racquet. The trick in getting optimal results from your new piece of equipment is to get the strings tensioned correctly. Most consumers find that getting the strings tensioned to the proper level means that you should set the machine between five hundred and eight hundred rpm, depending on the number of strokes you intend to use the machine for. To get optimal results, you should try to get a few sets of strings, as over using a single string can cause the shuttle cocks to not reach their maximum potential.