Victor Jetspeed S 12 Badminton Racket + FREE Restring
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Victor's Best Ever Racket. Supreme Speed and Ferocious Power.
Victor Jetspeed 12 is the true successor to the legendary Brave Sword 12 and updates it with the best characteristics of the world-leading Jetspeed 10. By using an upgraded version of the AERO-SWORD frame found in the Brave Sword 12 and Jetspeed S 10, the JS-12 has unbelievable speed through the air, offering you incredibly consistent drop shots, fantastic net play and simply stunning power, while also giving you a superb defence as you can react to anything that your opponent can send over the net. Thanks to the use of PYROFIL in the shaft, the Jetspeed S 12 has all of the shock-absorption that characterised the JS10, giving you an incredibly solid feeling. Introduced in the JS12 is Victor's new Twin-Epoxy Resin System, TERS, which stiffens the frame and makes the shaft more resilient. In practice, this results in fantastic consistency and much more distance on your forehand and backhand clears.
When you bring all of this together, the result is that the Jetspeed S12 offers you deeper clears, steeper smashes, astonishing consistency and ferocious power, allowing you to manoeuvre your shots, and your opponent, wherever you want them to go.
- Weight: 4U (80-84g unstrung)
- Grip: G5
- Recommended Stringing Tension: 20-29 lbs
- Length: 675mm
- Balance: HH ○●○○○ HL
- Flex: S ○●○○○ F
- Strings: UNSTRUNG
- Frame Material: High Resilient Modulus Graphite + TERS + HARD CORED TECHNOLOGY
- Shaft Material: High Resilient Modulus Graphite + PYROFIL + TERS + 6.8 SHAFT
- Victor Technology: AERO-SWORD, TERS, HARD CORED TECHNOLOGY, PYROFIL
AERO-SWORD - Innovative technology combining the two popular frame structures SWORD and AERODYNAMIC, the AERO-SWORD can efficiently reduce air resistance and allow a faster and greater hit-back.
PYROFIL - PYROFIL carbon fibre and its composites, are advanced high-performance materials from Japan. The characteristic of high intensity bonds ultra-light offer racket excellent shock-absorption and enhance handling in every single game.
TERS - Engineered with US-imported aerospace-level materials, the Twin Epoxy Resin System (TERS) stiffens the frame further, provides the best elasticity, and achieve holeless compact structure through automatic ventilation. TERS enables efficient force transmission and keeps amazingly stable and sturdy controllability during fast attack and defend.
HARD CORED TECHNOLOGY - Inspired by military helicopters, this is a multilayered structure made with carbon fibre, composites and minimal material size, reinforcing handling feel and performance at critical times.
SEVENTYSIX-76 - The single-pass grommet hole construction creates less friction between the strings, allowing it to reduce tension loss and extend string life effectively.
Pro Player Endorsements
Liliyana Natsir/Tontowi Ahmad (Indonesia) - 2012, 2013, 2014 Mixed Doubles All-England Winners, 2013 Mixed Doubles World Champions and 2016 Olympic Mixed Doubles Gold Medallists.
Kao Sung Hyun (Korea) - 2014 Men's Doubles World Champion, 2016 Men's Doubles German Open Champion
Kim Gi Jung (Korea) - 2016 Men's Doubles Malaysian Open Champion
Kim Ha Na (Korea) - 2016 Mixed Doubles Singapore Open Champion
Made in Taiwan.
This racket felt very quick from the first shot, with very quick mid-court drives and net play being a particular highlight. The stats suggest that this racket has a slight head-heavy balance and is a 'medium-stiff' flex racket, but I found it to be more evenly balanced.
Balance Head-Heavy Flex Medium-Stiff Factory Strings UNSTRUNG
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