World’s Lightest Badminton Rackets

Are you ready for the world’s first racket with the lightest weight? At only 58g when unstrung, the 8U in weight racket is built with state-of-the-art technology combined to fulfill the needs of players who like power, control and speed.

Why do we need light racket?
Most people think that light rackets are easy to swing, easy to maneuver and most of all, less resistance as they are built with less material. These are only the surface of the benefits of using a light racket. Underneath these general understanding, manufacturers of light rackets have been working hard to make them lighter by using their latest technology without compromising the performance of light rackets.

Besides, who wants a racket that is merely regarded as only light just for sake of hitting the record? Apacs Feather Weight series rackets beat all by having designs that provide faster re-positioning and more controlled smashes during extremely fast games. With their weight removed from handle, which now comes in one-piece without wood and only graphite is used, weightlessness and durability is attainable in these rackets. 

To keep the light rackets in good feel for the player, more weight is also distributed to the racket’s head to keep it well balanced, therefore this explains the head heavy in the racket’s balance point.
Many people use super light rackets to reduce further injuries involving muscles  and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint and it works! Apacs Feather weight 55 works best with PU grip as its handles are at G1 grip size.

Shop Our Latest Exclusive Lightest Racket Apacs Feather Weight X II                 

Shop Another Exclusive Lightest Racket  Apacs Feather Weight X Special.             


14 Comments on "World’s Lightest Badminton Rackets"

  1. hi im from the philippines my 12y.o son sport is badminton his birthday gift wish is a new racket can i get a recommendation from you preferrably a lightweigh

    • Hi Jomel,
      Your son can choose any beginner’s racket from 78g up to 85g. Abroz Z-Light & Abroz Nano 9900 Power or Apacs Blend Duo 10x & Nano Fusion Speed XR racket would be suitable for him. If he’s been playing for a while and is in school training club, he can explore powerful rackets such as the Abroz Venom II, Abroz Hammerhead or the Apacs Force II Max rackets.

      Find out more at this link>

      Happy searching..


  2. Wow, really? This racket is so unbelievably light, at only 58g! I haven’t had a chance to try, but would love to. Do you have this racket for me to have a try?

  3. Ravinder kumar | July 19, 2021 at 12:44 am | Reply

    It’s very bad quilty recket
    I wasted my 4 k just for 2 shots on it on second shots my recket is totally damage

    • Hi Ravinder,
      We are sorry to hear about your broken rackets. We strongly suggest that you try something a little heavier like the Apacs Nano Fusion Speed XR, because we think you are capable of producing more power.
      However, if you are still into Apacs Feather Weight series rackets, probably the Feather Weight 75, 100, 500 would be more suitable for your intermediate skill and powerful arm.

      – Badminton Bay Team

  4. Mandy Brindley | April 23, 2021 at 11:33 am | Reply

    I have been playing badminton for over 20years, I’m A grade caption and also train students in state teams would love a discount if possible.

  5. Hi
    Is this still the lightest racket in the world??

    • Hi Rushi,

      As of this moment, there is one new racket from another brand which is lighter than the Apacs Feather Weight X Special, however, we are not sure of its performance.

      Have a great day!

  6. Hi, I am a restringer and often get asked about rackets and where to get them from. Would there be any discount for me? Thanks Adam

  7. Badminton as a sport needs more attention and it is so refreshing to see a blog on my favorite sport. I am sure there are other badminton lovers out there who would love to be a part of the community. Thanks so much for sharing.

  8. How about sending some samples to me in the UK? I am a registered Badminton England coach, i could trial them for you and also my students could..

    Alan Gurd

    • Hi Alan,
      Thanks for dropping by and thanks for your interest in our products. What we can do for you is to offer you some discount specially for coaches which works very well for our coaches around your region too.

      Let me know what you think!

      Cheers, Catherine

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