Yonex Voltric 7 Badminton Racket Review
|Racket Type||Yonex Voltric 7|
|Grip||Yonex PU grip|
|Suitability||Intermediates. Singles/Doubles racket|
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This time the Yonex badminton racket that I tried out was the Yonex Voltric 7. This is a top quality badminton racket and just the aesthetics are stunning to look at. Even if you’re not good at badminton at least you’ll look fashionable.
Racket shape and weight
Colors aside, this really is a solid badminton racket from Yonex. Coming in with a frame weight of just 84.9g this is a feather in your hand. It has medium flex which is my preferred style.
This is a head heavy racket so it makes your wrist movements slightly less sensitive but greatly increases the force on the shuttlecock, great for attacking players.
The head shape as you can see is the customary isometric shape to provide a nice circular sweet spot for maximum power in your shot. The length of the racket is just under 69cm which is a great length for a badminton racket.
It is supplied with strong BG3 string with a nice tensile resistance against the shuttlecock.
When it comes to the actual frame it is composed of a Graphite and Tungsten alloy which provides formidable strength but also the featherweight properties that I stated before. The shaft itself is purely Graphite to provide an even lighter weight.
The grip is made of a generic PU leather with grip size 4 which should comfortably suit most badminton players. To top it all off a nice cover in included.
Game time impressions
When I was playing with this racket I felt like a king. The immense power output of this racket was unheard off. I was hitting shots that were lightning fast but I wasn’t even trying that hard.
The accuracy and force of this badminton racket made me unstoppable. The light build made my dabs really quick and sharp and left my opponent frankly surprised and frustrated. My footwork wasn’t slowed down made my defense quite easy to pull off.
There are better rackets than the Yonex Voltric 7 but for a medium range racket I believe it’s one of the best.
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- Not for Advanced Players
- he factory stings (BG3) are not that great