Badminton Racket Weight differences explained – Video

Badminton racket weight can be mis-leading, Badminton Racket Review attempts to explain the basic weight differences between string and grips and between advertised weight and actual usable weight.


Aniket pandey says:

Sir I really want to be a good Badminton player. I too want to make this as my Carrier .so plzz can u make a video on mourning routine and exercise video .plzz sir

Madest Morale says:

Hello. Can you give me an advise. I’m a beginner player and i bought a 85 g victor racket, i like the swing feel and control over racket, but struggle with a clear shot in single game. Should i get a heavier one, or the weight is normal and i should concentrete on technique more? Good video by the way. Thumbs up

Thomas says:

Really good video.
Can see quality is getting better and better.

Tom Visser says:

Totally agree – racket specifications should all be based on the same things, for example the weight being without grip & strings(since many people will end up replacing them), so that the total listed weight of the racket is ONLY the racket itself without any of the replaceable parts. Either that or what you guys are doing with the racket’s weight being with grip and (same)strings.

Sadly I think manufacturers are hesitant to list true weight/flex etc. values so that they can continue to make false claims such as “the world’s lightest racket”, however I think their businesses can still flourish even with honest and clear specifications – they’ll just need to draw their customers in using different methods.

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