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Buy stiff badminton rackets

A stiff badminton racquet is perfect for badminton players who want control and precision. You determine exactly where the shuttle will land and there is little to no deviation. The stiffer frame is less affected by torsion, so that the shuttle 'listens' better to the direction you give the shuttle.

Do you like to use a lot of power and do you have a lot of technique? Then stiff badminton rackets can be an added value for you. With hard hits such as tight clears, drives and smashes, a stiff badminton racket provides much more smash power and speed. You can also react faster with fast short strokes to the net.

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Advantages of stiff badminton rackets:

  • Accurate shuttle placement
  • Fast response with short strokes
  • Provides more smash power

Stiffer badminton rackets are not suitable for players who have an injury-prone arm / shoulder, because the racket absorbs much fewer vibrations. That is why we advise novice badminton players and recreational players not to use the stiff rackets. Are you not prone to injury, but you don't have great technique? In that case, buy a medium flexible badminton racket.

Disadvantages of stiff badminton racquets:

  • Not suitable for injured arms
  • Requires more technology
  • Not suitable for beginners or recreational users
  • Takes more power to hit power shots

Badminton racket advice

If you buy a stiff badminton racket online, make sure you read up properly and / or get enough advice when purchasing. Of course, this does not only apply to this type of rackets, but to all different types. Make sure you contact our KW FLEX badminton expert if you have any doubts when ordering.

Would you like extra information from our badminton expert? No problem! 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 racquets.

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