Yonex Voltric Z-Force II Badminton Racket Specification Review

Yonex Voltric Z-Force II Badminton Racket Specification Review

Hello Badminton fans
I am Eddie from On today’s episode we are going to take a look at
and review the specification of Yonex Yonex Voltric Z-Force II badminton racket. This racket had been used by some of the most legendary badminton players of all time
including LinDan and Lee Chong Wei. This racket has a dark grey base color, very
close to black. The decal on the shaft looks really nice with blueish line and
here the logo of the model is also outlined with blue color. A similar
pattern is also on the head of the racket. And some silver colored decal on the sides of frame And here again the similar pattern. In my
opinion it does give the racket a kind of a high-tech feel to it. The racket
comes with the infused grommet instead of the normal grommets. Here at a lower part
of the frame as well as a near the top of the frame. Here the frame is arrow shaped design. Over at the top and to the side of the
frame is box shaped. At the bottom part we can see the aero shape here. This is the
Tri-Voltage design of Yonex Voltric series rackets. Now let’s measure the
specification of this racket. This is a 4U version and a weight is 85 gram. Let’s
measure the length. It’s 674 millimeter long. And the balance point is 299
millimeter which means it’s a head heavy racket. The flex of the shaft feels like
it’s a stiff shaft One of the features of this racket is
the extra slim shaft and it is just 6.44 millimeter in diameter. This racket also has a compact frame. We
are now going to compare it with an Astrox frame. As you can see the Z Force II frame is slightly smaller than the Astrox frame. I will move the Z Force II
to the back for a better view of the smaller frame. All right so that’s our
review of the Yonex Z Force II racket. What do you think? Will you get one of
these rackets? Let me know in the comment. See you in the next video. Bye!

Comments (2)

  1. How much malaysian price? And the tension range?

  2. Please do a spec review of apacs accurate 77

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