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Wilson XLoop XFire 2 SE ( Special Edition ) Badminton Racket
Wilson XLoop XFire 2 SE ( Special Edition ) Badminton Racket
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Product Type: RACQUET
Product DID: XLOOP

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Wilson XLoop XFire 2 SE ( Special Edition ) Badminton Racket

The Wilson XFire 2 SE (Special Edition) 2010 is a special generation of the XLoop line of badminton rackets targeted for intermediate and advanced players. The XFire 2 SE (Special Edition) 2010 uses the Wilson exclusive state-of-the-art X-Loop/XLoop Geometry construction for increased stability and power. XFire 2 SE (Special Edition) is made of lightweight nCode nano carbon graphite for fast swing. XFire 2 SE (Special Edition) 2010 rackets are pre-strung with Wilson K-Flex 66 high performance tournament grade badminton strings at 23 lbs from the manufacturer. The combination of specially designed powerful nano technology racket and professional tournament strings produces an excellent weapon for all badminton players.

The Wilson XFire 2 SE (Special Edition) 2010 badminton racket is tuned for performance and easy to use. The racket weighs about 85-89 grams (Rated 4U) and has a balanced little toward the head ( little head heavy ). This combination of weigh and balance made the racket easy to swing and maneuver, and yet powerful enough to generate explosive smashes.

The XLoop Xfire 2 SE (Special Edition) 2010 features Wilson's exclusive state-of-the-art X-Loop Geometry. X-Loop features a flat and rounded geometry which is inverted along the hoop to generate an exceptional thrilling performance: Increased Stability, Sharper and better handling, More precise and powerful shots through the creation of straight geometry along the string bed.

X-Loop Rackets are ncoded with Wilson exclusive nano-technology
Rackets are made of billions of carbon fibers linked together and heatshaped. These carbons fibers are strong, light and resilient. Nevertheless, at the nanoscopic level voids exist between the individual fibers which creates stress points. By reinforcing the molecular structure of the frame and filling these voids, nCode(TM) technology improves a racket's playability while preserving its unique playing characteristics.

When a racket is nCoded, nano-sized silicone oxide crystals permeate the voids between the carbon fibers. This adjustment made at the molecular level, significantly strenthens and enhances the stability of the overall carbon matrix. Stronger and even more resilient, nCoded rackets play better longer.

With nano technology™, Wilson broke the atomic code of the racket to create a new class of frames. This revolutionary process, striking new frame design and new string be technology (nZone™), combine to deliver greater life, power and playability.

nCoded rackets measure 2 times stronger, 2 times more stable, and up to 22% more powerful than ordinary rackets.

  • Level: Intermediate/Advance
  • Type: All-Around
  • Flex: Medium
  • Head: Square / Isometric
  • Weight: 85-89gm(3U-)
  • B.Pt: 5 (Even Balance)
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  • Head: nCoded Hyper Carbon, nCoded Graphite, X-Loop Geometry
  • Shaft: nCoded Hyper Carbon, nCoded Graphite
  • Cover: Wilson Full Head Cover
  • String: Pre-strung with K-Flex Professional Tournament grade string at 23 lbs by the manufacturer

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Wilson XLoop XFire 2 SE poor string November 9, 2015
Reviewer: Alex from San Jose, CA United States  
I bought a Wilson XLoop XFire from Badminton Alley. I have used this racket for 3 years, it is one of the best racket among 3 rackets that I have.


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Thank you for the advice August 11, 2011
Reviewer: Frederic D from Seattle, WA  
I bought this racket after reading the reviews and talking to one of the customer service at Badminton Alley. Taking on the reviews and after getting confirmation on couple of questions on the racket, I ordered it. Took only 2 days for the racket to arrive to my house. What a super fast service. Anyway, tried it for about 2 months and LOVE IT. It is an excellent performance racket.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Nice Racket - 2/2 August 1, 2011
Reviewer: Zhigang Wang from Fort Lee, NJ United States  
[Review has to be less then 1000 characters. And one can review once only. I ended up create one more account to do it :) ]
My original intention is to use this for double due to its faster swing. And those two for single due to its power. But now, I normally just use this one for any game and don't bother those two. I am not say those two are not good. They are terrific rackets used by legend players. But you can see, this one can be very good alternative.
I bought one when it was on sale. Then I waited another six months to buy one more when it was on sale again.

One thing is important to remember. The string comes with the racket is very fragile. For both XFire I have, the string broke either the first time I played it or the second. I tried BG66, which also broke the first time I played. I once even suspect the racket has defect. I finally ended up to string it with BGN95 at 25lb. Now it seems pretty good.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Nice Racket - 1/2 August 1, 2011
Reviewer: Zhigang Wang from Fort Lee, NJ United States  
Now my bag always carry 3 rackets:
- Armortec 700 1st Generation
- Armortec 900 Power
- XLoop XFire 2 SE
Those two Armortec are slightly more head heavy and the hit is slightly more crispy. But XFire is noticeably easier to swing. The faster swing brings more power which compensate the advantage brought in by the heavier head of those Armortec. As a result, the power of this racket is no less than those two.
Besides power, another major concern for any racket is the head might twist slightly if you didn't hit the shuttle within sweetspot. Good news is, like those Amortec, XFire doesn't have this problem. It fault tolerance is quite good.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
got the 1st xfire generation May 4, 2011
Reviewer: Jimmy Wong from San Jose, CA United States  
Got the 1st xfire generation, didn't have a chance to use this one. But both have the same stats!
it's a pretty good racquet for the price, it's relatively light and would fit for people who don't have a strong twirst.
the price is very good when it's on sales, but for the original price, I believe some other Wilson racquets have better value for the price.

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