Yonex B4000 Badminton Racket - Blue [Strung]
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Yonex B4000 Badminton Racket - Blue [Strung]
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Yonex B4000 Badminton Racket - Blue [Strung]

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Code: B4000GE-MT
$17.27
RRP: $18.00
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The Yonex B4000 badminton racket is perfect for beginners who are just getting a feel for the game. It features a lightweight aluminium head, making it easy to use whilst maintaining durability. The B4000 is an ideal first racket, helping you to develop powerful, solid shots.

Specification

Strung or Unstrung? Strung
Weight 2U (90-94g unstrung)
Balance Even Balance
Flex Stiff
Stringing Tension Range 16-18 lbs
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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