Released for the 2012 London Olympic Games! Last one left!
Does not come with the complete set, only comes with the racket and a standard Victor racket case.
- Flex: Medium-Stiff
- Balance: Head Heavy
- Length: 675 mm
- Weight: 3U (85-89g)
- Grip: G2 (older Victor system, comparable to a standard VICTOR or Yonex G4)
- Shaft Material： Ultra High Modulus Graphite
- Frame Material: Hybrid Composite + Carbon XT + Ultra High Modulus Graphite
- Victor Technologies: OCTABLADE, HYBRID COMPOSITE, PEAK WAVES, CARBON XT, NANO TEC, EIGHTY-80.
OCTABLADE Frame Structure - In addition to VICTOR'S ULTRA HI MODULUS GRAPHITE, the Meteor MX-London features the incredible OCTABLADE frame structure, providing players with fantastic stability.
HYBRID COMPOSITE - Designed to give players an 11% increase in control without losing any power, the MX-London is made with a new hybrid composite fibre. By combining two different polymers, the racket has rigidity and strength, allowing players to extend the amount of time that the shuttle remains on the racket face. This results in the 11% control increase and allows smashes to be hit hard and accurately, leaving your opponent off-balance and increasing your chances of victory.
PEAK WAVES - The Peak Waves technology and the double interweaving combine to create a vertical string stability system with 7% less string tension loss compared to an ordinary racket. It provides greater face stability and not only increases the fit of the strings, but also reduces wear and tear for better racket durability.
CARBON XT - Reinforced woven carbon fibre technology uses the X shape to closely weave the carbon fibre layers, forming a strong and powerful network of tense carbon graphite. This adds torsion stability to the racket face and shaft.
NANO TEC - The NANO TEC technology works by evenly distributing nano-sized particles in the vacant space between carbon fiber bundles, this highly increases the overall stiffness of the carbon composite fibers, and reduces the distortion of the frame.
EIGHTY-80 - The unique 80-hole stringing pattern is a one-string-per-hole. This creates a perfect square network which allows an even distribution of the string and reduces friction between the horizontal and vertical strings which also reduces re-stringing time.
MXLondon | MX2012