Head Heavy Badminton Rackets

Head Heavy Badminton Rackets

Head Heavy Badminton Rackets

Head Heavy badminton rackets have a balance point more towards the head therefore giving you more momentum in your swing.  

The advantage of a head heavy racket is that it will be easier to hit smashes and clears as the momentum from the heavier head will increase your racket head speed, applying more force to the shuttle, resulting in more power.

A disadvantage is that the racket will be harder to handle.  The heavier head will be slower to swing, slowing down you reaction time which is important when playing defense.  It will also place more stress on your arm and shoulder, accumulating fatigue at a faster rate.  


Popular head heavy rackets:

Voltric Z Force II
Voltric 80 E-tune
Voltric 10 DG
Voltric Lin Dan Force
Voltric 50 Etune
Duora Z Strike
Jetspeed 12 (Even Balanced but slightly head heavy)
Thruster K 9000
Thruster K 8000
Thruster K 6000
Hypernano X 800 Power
Hypernano X 900
Woods N90-III
Flame N55-III
Airstream N99

 

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Comments

  • How do i understand if a racket is head heavy, light or balanced

    Ashutosh on

  • Definitely agree with this post. More power but less speed with a head heavy racquet!

    Nick on

  • Head heavy rackets are great for single matches.

    Richard on

  • Head heavy wins in most regards…

    Daniel Wang on

  • Head Heavy too heavy for me lol

    Giao Trinh on

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