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Dunlop Evo Titanium Badminton Racket

Dunlop Evo Titanium Badminton Racket
Dunlop Evo Titanium Badminton Racket
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List Price: $120.00
Lightweight - Quick Response
No Refunds or Exchanges
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Product Type: RACQUET

Stock Status:(Out of Stock)


The Dunlop Evo Titanium badminton racket is an even balanced racket for all around players. The Evo Titanium badminton racket provides balanced power and speed for excellent control and defense while still providing weight to help player to be on the offensive or attack position. Added to the frame is the Concave Technology frame which increase power by lengthening the distance of the strings between 2 points on Dunlop Evo Titanium badminton racket.

Similar to other Dunlop badminton rackets, the Evo Titanium badminton racket is pre-strung with Dunlop M-Fil Tour 66 tournament badminton string by the manufacturer at around 22 lbs. An excellent badminton racket with excellent powerful competition string. Comes with full racket cover!

  • Level: Intermediate / Advance
  • Type: All Around
  • Flex: Flexible
  • Head: Isometric / Square
  • Grip: 3 5/8 inch
  • Length: 675mm
  • Weight: 89gm(3U-)
  • B.Pt: 5 (Even Balance - Head Light)
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  • Head: Carbon Graphite, Concave Technology
  • Shaft: Carbon Graphite
  • Cover: Dunlop Full cover
  • String: Pre-Strung with Dunlop M-Fil Tour 66 Tournament string around 22 lbs by the manufacturer

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Decent racket for beginner or low intermediate July 22, 2010
Reviewer: Joseph Hsu from NC United States  
For $40 this racket is a bargain compared to others. It is made of 100% carbon, light weight, strung with decent competition string, and came with a full cover bag.

I really wished the racket was more head heavy for my style of game, offensive - thus the 4 stars instead of 5. The balance was kind of the middle or even balance. I want a little more head heavy.

Other than that, for beginners and low intermediate this racket is pretty easy to use from the beginning.

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