Victor AL 650 Junior Badminton Racket [Strung]
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Victor AL 650 Junior Badminton Racket [Strung]

Victor AL 650 Junior Badminton Racket [Strung]

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Code: 201859
RRP: $9.00
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Welcoming the new Victor educational range! This racket is ideal for young children getting into badminton. The brand new AL-Line comes in three different lengths to offer a suitable racket for smaller children varying in sizes and ages. Due to the light aluminium head the rackets are offering a good manoeuvrable racket which makes it easy to hit the shuttle at the sweet spot.

Product Details

  • Aluminium frame
  • Robust Steel Shaft - makes the rackets durable and long lasting


Strung or Unstrung? Strung
Weight 2U (90-94g unstrung)
Balance Head-Light
Includes Racket Cover? No
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Even Balance

More versatility:

  • For advanced players.
  • Offers both control and power
  • Helps develop and all-round game.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket
Head Heavy

Greater power:

  • For players seeking power.
  • Extra pass in the head.
  • Increase power of smashes.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket
Head Light

More speed:

  • For fast, attacking players.
  • Less mass in the frame and head.
  • Great choice for doubles play.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket