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Apacs Glorious 200 Badminton Racket
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Yonex NanoFlare Lite 33i S Badminton Racket
The Yonex popular i Series is now available in Nanoflare. Yes, you will get the 78g racket with 30lb..
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Yonex NanoFlare Lite 29i S Badminton Racket
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You guys keep requesting that we must give smaller packs of Aerocush grips and choice selection.So, ..
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Yonex Astrox 10 DG Badminton Racket
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Yonex Voltric Lite 20i Badminton Racket
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Adidas Spieler Badminton Over Grip (Pack of 4)
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-48%
Adidas Kalkul A5 Badminton Racket
₹ 14,999 ₹ 7,791
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Adidas Flieger FS6 Feather Shuttlecock
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Adidas Flieger FS3 Feather Shuttlecock
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Adidas Wucht P8 Badminton Racket
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Adidas Wucht P68 Badminton String
Adidas ucht P68 badminton string is a 0.68mm stiffer, harder and faster string.It has elastic mono-f..
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Adidas Uberschall F66 Badminton String
Adidas Uberschall F66 badminton string is a 0.66mm thin string.Engineered to be thinner, more aerody..
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Apacs Z Ziggler Pro LHI 66 Badminton String
Apacs Z Ziggler Pro LHI 66 badminton string is Made in Japan and having a Amazing aggression, p..
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Yonex Astrox Lite 21i Badminton Racket
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Apacs Duplex 63 Badminton Racket
₹ 6,999 ₹ 3,640
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Apacs Duplex 72 Badminton Racket
₹ 6,199 ₹ 3,240
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Apacs Ziggler LHI Pro II Badminton Racket with FREE Kitbag
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Yonex Astrox 22F Badminton Racket
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Lining 3D Calibar 900B Badminton Racket
Lining 3D CALIBAR 900B badminton racket designed for advanced players seeking a powerful and dy..
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Lining 3D Calibar 900 Badminton Racket
Lining 3D CALIBAR 900 badminton racket is built on the Calibar Technology Platform and features a hi..
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Lining Aeronaut 5000 Badminton Racket
Lining Aeronaut 5000 badminton racket is built on the Aeronaut technology with Commercial grade Carb..
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Apacs Virtus 90 Badminton Racket
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Lining Aeronaut 4000 B Badminton Racket
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Indians are known for their love of the sports Cricket. Due to this, there's a misconception that Indians only play that particular sport. However, that couldn't be further from the truth.

Indians are great in a number of other sports activities such as golf, hockey, and badminton. Badminton ranks second after Cricket in India. In fact, there are a couple of Indians that have won Olympic medals, for competing in a Badminton game.

If you are a lover of this particular sport, there are a number of factors that come into play. First of all, finding the right equipment is key to an effective game. Without proper equipment, winning a game can be difficult. We have written an article on 5 Pieces of Essential badminton equipment.

Any badminton professional player or potential player knows that the main weapon is the badminton racket. Why? And where can you get quality rackets for the right price?

First and foremost, let us look at some of the things to look out for when purchasing a badminton racket.

Four Things to Consider When Buying a Badminton Racket 

When playing a game of Badminton, your racket can determine if you’ll win or lose. Here in India, the badminton racket has been described as the most important equipment during a badminton game. Your swerve, your shot speed and accuracy, are some of the things your racket will influence during a badminton game. More precisely, it will determine how much threat you pose to your opponent, and how much response you can give to his game. We advise that you read our guide before purchasing any of the badminton rackets online. We believe there are things you should consider when buying a badminton racket. 

Here are the most important four considerations you should make:

What Type of Player Are You

This is the first and the most important question you should ask yourself before purchasing a badminton racket. First, are you a professional? Are you buying it to play as an Indian professional badminton player? There are rackets made for professionals and those made for people who just want to have a feel of the game.

These are two different circumstances. Second, you should know your abilities as per speed, accuracy, and swerve. Different rackets are made for different purposes. Some will increase your precision in one area, but wouldn’t be great in other areas. Some are made to be average. Are you an Offensive, Defensive or All Court Player? Offensive player-who moves quickly and often, plays fast and deep strokes. The defensive player who moves quickly and often plays slow, long but deep strokes. All court player- who moves quickly but make his opponent run all over the court.  When you know the answers to these questions, then you should go ahead with the next consideration. 

The Racket Weight is Important

If you are a beginner, or you are trying just playing for fun, we advise that you purchase any of the lightweight rackets. These rackets are within the range of 85 to 90 grams. They are great for balance and are very easy to control. Whether you’re an Indian professional trying to catch fun at home, or a badminton fanatic, these kinds of rackets give you a quick stroke and easy recovery.

You can outmatch your opponent with quick swerves and seamlessly switch to an entirely different stroke. If you want to excel in this game and like to start the game with training rackets within 100 to 140gm. The lightweight rackets on our website will help you avoid unnecessary pain or injuries around your wrists or shoulders. Racquet manufacturers like Yonex, Li-Ning uses 2U, 3U, 4U, 5U, 6U to indicate the weight of the racket. 6U-70-74.9, 5U- 75g-79.9g, 4U – 80-84.9g, 3U – 85-89.9g, 2U – 90-94.9g

Consider the Balance 

Badminton rackets can be classified based on balance. The balance of a badminton racket is the region where the racket weight is positioned. There are three rackets in this category. Even rackets have even weight. The head-light rackets have their weight located around the racket handle. A headlight racket will give you more maneuverability, but less power.

The head-heavy rackets have their weight around the head. A head heavy racket will give you more power due to the momentum generated from the heavier racket head, but less maneuverability. These rackets are not for everyone. Each player having own preference. Any racket with a balance point of 285-290mm (length measured from the bottom of the racket handle, without any replacement grip being applied) is considered a balanced racket, while anything lesser than that is considered headlight, and anything more is considered head heavy.

Know what is good for you before buying a racket. Some good head heavy Rackets are Yonex Voltric 7DG, 10DG, 50 Etune, Astrox 77, ZForce II and many more.

Check for the Strings 

While this might be impossible when purchasing a racket online, you can check for this when buying from a local store. You can test the racket tension by pressing the strings tightly against your palm. You should be able to notice how far your palm sinks into the strings.

Few good websites show product descriptions like the string tension on the badminton racket. Although your racket string tension is your choice, we recommend 22-24 lbs for those who are just starting out. Lowering your tension will give you more power, more comfort, and will open up the sweet spot of your racquet. Increasing your tension will give you more control and allow you to generate your own power more (instead of the racquet or string doing it for you). A common mistake most people make is to string at too high of tension because of their ego. 

Since it is harder to generate power at high tensions, the player will often use excessive force in order to generate power and may result in an injury to the shoulder or they may develop tennis elbow. It is recommended for beginners to use thicker strings like Yonex BG65 since thinner strings are easier to break from mis-hits like Aerosonic.

These 4 points will help you in selecting a correct racket.

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