Yonex Voltric Z-Force (VTZF-4UG5) Nanopreme™ Badminton Racket

Yonex Voltric Z-Force (VTZF-4UG5) Nanopreme™ Badminton Racket
Yonex Voltric Z-Force (VTZF-4UG5) Nanopreme™ Badminton Racket
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List Price: $280.00
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Product Type: RACQUET
Made in: Japan

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Yonex Voltric Z-Force VTZF Badminton Racket

The VTZF 4UG5 model has the lightweight (4U approx 84 grams) and small grips size (G5 = 3.25 inches) specifications. Combining Yonex latest technology, NANOPREME™ and it's aerodynamic compact head design similar to the ArcSaber Z-Slash, Yonex created its most powerful racket ever, the Voltric Z-Force badminton racket. The Voltric Z-Force is also Yonex most head heavy racket which helps explain its tremendous power. This power combined with fast swing speed due to the special compact low drag and aerodynamic head to reduce air resistance, the Voltric Z-Force generates more repulsion and stability with good maneuverability.

NANOPREME™ - is the next big step in the evolution of NANOSCIENCE. NANOPREME™ operates on a scale of less than one billionth of a meter using an epoxy resin which immediately binds the carbon fibre and forms a strong material structure. This results in a single racket material which combines repulsion, elasticity and strength - the precise qualities needed by professional badminton players in their equipment to win.

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.

Voltric Z-Force Technologies
  • Level: Advance / Professional
  • Type: Offensive
  • Flex: Extra Stiff
  • Head: Square/Isometric
  • Weight: 80-84gm(4U-)
  • Grip: 3 1/4 inches (G5)
  • B.Pt: 9 (Head Heavy Balance)
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  • Head: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Sound Filter, EX-HMG, Tungsten
  • Shaft: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Nanopreme™
  • Cover: Yonex Full Cover
  • String: Yonex BG-65 (Custom Strung) / Upgrade Available

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

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great racket/ quick service. December 31, 2017
Reviewer: badminton player from San Jose, CA United States  
The original Z force has been my fav. I use it as both my singles and doubles racket. This is third racket and generally lasts me for more than a year with heavy usage. I ordered online in the morning and did store pickup in afternoon.

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Excellent if you have good wrist power January 8, 2016
Reviewer: Anil Raghavan from Oklahoma City  
Smashes sting, once you get used to the different smashing style with an extra stiff shaft.  Drives are more solid, and drops are too.  The only downside I see is fast rallies in mid-court and net - the racket is slower for defense due to the head-heaviness, but with good wrist power, its still ok.

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The BEST racket. PERIOD. October 15, 2015
Reviewer: Zhao L from Seattle, WA  
I have purchased and played with VTZF-2, VT-70 eTune, VT-80 eTune, and Duora 10, but the original Voltric Z-Force is just the BEST. It is a pure classic performance racket.

Overall, this racket feels like part of your arm. You can just defend and attack, and it just feels natural. None of the new rackets offer what VTZF has. Get it while you can. They are discontinuing and I just bought 2 to play it safe even though I have 4 of them already.

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Powerful racket April 12, 2015
Reviewer: Fred D. from Los Angeles, CA  
I love the Voltric Z Force. After learning new techniques, I was advised by a friend of mine to get a smaller grip size, G5 instead of G4, to get better power and control. After switching from G4 to G5, I don't think I will ever go back to G4 anymore. I notice that I can get better power and my net game is much more quicker in spinning the shuttles to get a close drop near the net.

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A whole new style of playing for me February 16, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Salt Lake City, UT United States  
This racquet is so different for me to try to play the same way I have been doing for the last 15 years. Just to give you an idea where I came from, the racquets I had used were (and I still have some of them) Yonex Aerotus 77, Carbonex 9 Tour, Isometric 800 Tour, Isometric 100 & 300, newer ones ArmorTec 700, Nanospeed 8000/9000. Some kids half of my age I play with never even heard of those I used. In any case, when I got this one. I miss a lot of overhead smashes, then I realized that I could swing a lot faster than I do with my other racquets. Over the years I build up very good muscle memory and this racquet requires me to make adjustment on that. So after a year, I am still hesitating to use it in competitive games. But I noticed it has so much potential in power smashes and balance is excellent. Another thing that I am afraid is that I could hurt myself if not careful swinging it so fast at times like I did with a Head Metallix 10000 Tour racquet.

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