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Buy an even balanced badminton racket!

The main advantages of equally balanced badminton racquets are the all-round properties. These rackets are therefore also suitable for many badminton players. So they are really nice badminton rackets for the players who play both offensive and defensive, or play doubles.

It is the golden mean between the flexible and rigid badminton rackets, with which you as a starter, recreational or competition player can achieve a lot.

Characteristics of a balanced badminton racket:

Even balance (head heavy ○○●○○ head light) 29,5 - 30,4 cm
The main advantages of an equally balanced badminton racquet:
  • All-round properties
  • Suitable for many players

If there is a disadvantage to be mentioned, it is that you have something of all the racket types. Your game is not supported for a specific point, but at the same time this is of course also an advantage.

The balance point of a balanced badminton racket is between 29.5 and 30.4 cm from the bottom of the handle.

To determine the balance point, do the following:

  • You can find this balance point by placing the stem on the tip of your nail / finger.
  • Move the stem until you find the center of gravity. The racket then no longer falls to the left or right.
  • Measure the distance from the bottom of the grip to the balance point in the shaft.

Are there still strings in the racket? Then pull 1 cm from the determined balance point. Strings in a tension weigh approx. 4.5 grams.

Badminton racket advice

Would you like to buy an even balanced badminton racquet? Then you are at the right online badminton shop at KW FLEX.nl. Are you unable to choose the perfect racket yourself? Then our badminton specialist is ready to provide you with extensive advice. Our badminton specialist is always available online, by phone/whatsapp +31-616 501 686 or in our badminton shop in Rijen to ask for advice! He will help you buy the right badminton rackets.

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