Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Apacs Visible 2000 Racket

The Visible Hollow System is designed to Reduce Shock Vibration and enhanced for better feel and touch.
  • The Visible 2000 Racket is build with "Visible Hollow Shaft" that reduce shock vibration significantly, thus giving you more control and power.
  • The reduction in vibration also decrease the chances of arm and wrist injuries.
  • The Visible 2000 is designed to give you sharper and powerful smashes, and at the same time let you enjoy the precise drop shot and netting play.
  • With its balanced body and head, allow you to deliver a powerful, clean and sharp execution.
  • The racket is a Stiff flex racket that will deliver more power and accuracy for advanced player.
  • The Visible 2000 powerful racket that is developed to suit power based players who want more control or those seeking to improve power generation.
  • It is a well balanced racket and awesome to play with, and with the price over performance, it gives you the best value for money.
  • Playing Style: Offensive 65%; Defensive 35%

APACS Visible 2000 Specifications
Frame Meterial:M40 Hi Modulus Graphite (40 Tonne) + Nano
Shaft Material:M40 Hi Modulus Graphite (40 Tonne) + Nano
Weight: 88 +/- 1g (3U-G2)
Max Tension: 35 lbs
Balance: 285 +/- 3mm

Special Features
Isomectric head frameEqualizes the length of main and cross strings in the stringbed, enlarging the sweet-spot for more consistent accuracy even on off-center hits.
76 Grommets systemThis single-pass grommet holes construction provides more grommet holes, creating a high-performance stringing pattern that puts 7% more durability.
Visible Hollow ShaftThe VHS design is adopted in the shaft in order to reduce vibration  which increases the strength, accuracy and stability of the hit.
40T HMG + NanoThe new material '40 Tonne Hi Modulus Graphite and Nano Tech mix' is adopted in both frame and shaft to give strength and perseverance. The strength and flexibility that enhances the racket Power and Speed will lead your game into the next level.


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