Yonex Voltric 70 (VT70-4UG4) Badminton Racket

Yonex Voltric 70 (VT70-4UG4) Badminton Racket
Yonex Voltric 70 (VT70-4UG4) Badminton Racket
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Product Type: RACQUET
Made in: Japan

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Description Technical Specs

The Yonex Voltric 70 (VT70) provides a new concept of power and control using the Tri-Voltage System. Its goal is to provide exceptional power and great handling.

Traditionally, extra weight at the top of the racket frame has increased power while reducing maneuverability or control from the player. In contrast, less weight on the top of the racket frame increases speed but reduce power. Yonex solves this problem by using the new TRI-VOLTAGE SYSTEM to successfully combines the contrasting characteristics of exceptional power and control.

Within the TRI-VOLTAGE SYSTEM, Tungsten inserts are positioned at the 2 and 10 o'clock positions of the frame, and at the T-Joint area. Tungsten provides more than 10 times the relative density of graphite, allowing the sides of the frame to be thinner and more aerodynamic and therefore achieving the combination of heavy smashes and swing speed or fast racket handling.


The stiff racquet structure at the top of the frame head allows the head to bend in a very controlled way and hold shuttles on the string bed for longer. The thin frame sides then allow the frame to flex more and transfer more energy to the shuttle. This combination allows you to smash with instant power.

In VOLTRIC, the weight is balanced on the top of the frame and at the joint area which allows good handling while also maintaining power. The thin sides of the frame and at the top of the head reduced air resistance and improve the handling even further. Players can now make a full swing even during short range rallies as VOLTRIC responds instantly to even subtle movements.

Another innovative Yonex technology, SOUND FILTER uses new materials at the two and ten o'clock positions to reduce only high pitched and dull soundwaves. This produces a louder and sharper sounds on impact to unsettle opponents, and provides a more aggressive tone to your game for a relentlessly attacking style of play.

Yonex Voltric 70 Badminton Racket
  • Level: Advance
  • Type: Offensive
  • Flex: Medium Stiff
  • Head: Square/Isometric
  • Weight: 80-84gm(4U-)
  • Grip: 3-3/8 inches (G4)
  • B.Pt: 8 (Head Heavy Balance)
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  • Head: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Sound Filter, Tungsten
  • Shaft: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Ultra PEF
  • Cover: Yonex Full Cover
  • String: Yonex BG-65 (Custom Strung) / Upgrade Available

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Classic but still the best December 6, 2015
Reviewer: Marcus T from Miami, FL  
I have used this racket for the past 5 years. Bought another one because the frame is starting to give in after years of high tension stringing. Very good feel and fast swing racket. Old... but still very good.

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My first Voltric and my best racket so far. October 17, 2015
Reviewer: Steven C. from Palo Alto, CA  
This racket just blew my mind. I bought this one as I am moving away from my old Muscle Power 99 (MP-99). With the Voltric 70 I was able to smash hard and, yet, give good defense. The feel is very good.

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My first racket in badminton October 7, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Ramona, CA United States  
I bought this racket from a different vendor back in 2010 when I first started playing badminton and when this racket was the first release of the Voltric range. I borrowed my dad's Carbonex 20 beforehand and comparing this racket to the Carbonex 20, the racket seemed to feel considerably lighter and at the same time, more powerful. I had no backhand at the time and this racket made me look like I had one. This racket stores your power and makes an intimidating sound and I didn't get tired from smashing so much. It's also amazingly easier to defend with this racket even though Yonex claims it is head heavy. Net play was easy because of the super slim shaft, bypassing air resistance was no problem. I gave this racket a 4 star because even though it is an all arounder, it feels hollow due to the technology put into the racket to prevent wrist and elbow injury. It is not beginner friendly. Shot consistency becomes more of a chore than the Carbonex 20.

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