Apacs Feather Weight X (8U) World’s Lightest Badminton Racket

Apacs Feather Weight X is our bestselling rackets in the super lightweight category so far. Together with the Apacs Feather 55 and recently launched Feather Weight X[s], they are all having same specification of the world’s lightest badminton racket.
(Note: Apacs Feather Weight X has a new upgraded version in gold color, click on Apacs Feather Weight Xs)

Apacs Feather Weight X is a very special limited edition racket exclusively available on BadmintonBay.com. It is the racket created by Badminton Bay to celebrate its 10th anniversary in the business. Read more HERE.

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Here is their Video Review of the Apacs Feather Weight X – we are proud to say Apacs has done it right without compromising on the racket’s performance despite the fact that it’s the lightest at 58g. View the results here –  BadmintonRacketReview.co.uk

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Apacs Feather Weight X (8U) Specifications
Frame Material: 30 Tonne Japan Graphite + AHSF + Hexagon Throat + IPN
Shaft Material: 24 Tonne Graphite
Flex: Flexible
Weight: 58g +/- 2 (8U-G2)
Length: 670mm +/- 2
Max Tension: 28 lbs
Balance: 335mm +/- 3 (Head Heavy)
Grommet: 72
Color: Black Silver


Shelly Oh(18/04/2018)  5/5

The racket is very light! I like that I have much more control and faster return speed. I notice I play better with this racket than my yonex voltric Lee Chong wei. If you’re looking for a lot of power I don’t think this racket is the best but it’s great if you have less strength and you want more control and a faster swing.

Syam Balakrishnan(16/03/2018) 5/5

Lightweight and very good for offensive play


Further Information on Apacs Feather Weight X Badminton Racket.

Special Features

Isometric head frame

Equalizes the length of main and cross strings in the stringbed, enlarging the sweet-spot for more consistent accuracy even on off-center hits.

Hexagon Throat

The unique hexagon throat boosts the function of built-in T-Throat Graphite by up to two times, and reduces air resistance to provide consistent and stable shots.

High Modulus IPN

IPN (Inter Penetration Networks) combines the high modulus and high temperature properties of the engineering thermoplastic with the improved tribological properties. Resulting in a smooth surface quality and high mechanical performance.

Ultra Light Weight (Lightest badminton racket in the world)

The Ultra 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.

Armor High Speed Frame (AHSF)

Combination of Armor Frame design with distinctive cross sectional shape on the racket head to reduce the racket’s torque and High Speed Frame design with aerodynamic hexagon shape frame to reduce drag on the frame during straight on swing or hit. Resulting improvement on speed and control.

Graphite Handle

To achieve the light weightness and the durability of the racket, graphite handle had been used to replace the wood based handle.

Taper Shaft
A unique shaft construction which tapers down from 7.3mm diameter at the top of the cap to 6.7mm at the T-Joint. This design raises the flex point of the shaft higher up towards the head, it gives the racquet greater power and a more precise shot. The New Taper Shaft have a thinning shaft allowing higher Flex Point which results in more flex, more accurate, more power, more steeper smash, more forgiving and more feeling.
Check out the new replacing model for Apacs Feather Weight X, the Apacs Feather Weight XS.

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