APACS Dual 100 Black II Badminton Racket (5U)

Contents:
1x APACS Dual 100 Black II Badminton Racket
1x Apacs String (Free Stringing Service) * please inform us the string tension required
1x Super PU replacement grip (the grip will be wrapped for you)

Description
The Apacs Dual 100 Version II racket looks similar in cosmetic design and feature to the Yonex Duora 10 Version racket.

Apacs Dual 100 II badminton racket single-handedly owns 2 powerful features that enables its players utilising both forehands and backhands. 

Built one side with Aero + Box Frame that executes with more power while the other with Aerodynamic feature helps in higher repulsion.

With 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.
Trick shot is also very good as the racket is easy to control.

APACS Dual 100 Black II Specifications
Frame Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Dual Frame
Shaft Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Nano Technology
Flex: Medium Flexible (9.5)
Weight: 82g +/- 2 (5U-G2)
Length: 672cm
Max Tension: 38lbs
Balance: 290mm +/- 3 (Even Balance)

Product 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.
  • Dual Frame – Built one side with Aero + Box Frame that executes with more power while the other with Aerodynamic feature helps in higher repulsion.
  • 76 Grommets system – This single-pass grommet holes construction provides more grommet holes, creating a high-performance stringing pattern that puts 7% more durability.
  • Reinforced Structure – Frame The new material is adopted in the frame in order to make the frame Ultra high Strength & Stiffness. As a result it can handle string tension of up to 38lbs.
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