Monday, December 13, 2010

Apacs Lethal Light 1.10 Badminton Racket


The Apacs Lethal Light 1.10 racket is one of the lightest racket produced by Apacs. The racket comes in a fully chromed finishing body.

  • Lethal Light 1.10 is design to give you sharper smashes and at the same time let you enjoy the precise drop shot and netting play.
  • The Racket frame was developed with the new 'Reinforced Structure' which enable string tension of up to 35lbs. A rare feature for light weight rackets.
  • With its light body, it enable you to move the racket swiftly like a sword and to deliver a very clean and sharp execution.
  • The racket is a medium flex racket that will deliver more power even for beginners, as it will have a kind of sling shot effect.
  • Due to the light weight of the racket, Lethal Light 1.10 is an extremely fast racket and is developed to suit players who wants more speed.
  • Lethal Light 1.10 is a head heavy racket, which provides player with smashing power, and the combination of the light body, its a perfect match for POWER and SPEED.

APACS Lethal Light 1.10 Specifications
Frame Meterial:Japan Toray T1000 (Ultra high Strength & Stiffness)
Shaft Material:Japan Toray M30 (30 Tonne)
Flex:Medium
Weight:77 +/- 2g (6U-G2)
Length:670mm
Max Tension:35lbs
Balance:290 +/- 5mm

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.
Reinforced Structure Frame

The new material is adopted in the frame in order to make the frame Ultra high Strength & Stiffness. As a result it can handle string tension of up to 35lbs.

Super Light WeightThe Super Light Weight body creates an extremely fast racket and is developed to suit players who wants more speed, fast swing-through and the quicker maneuverability.

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