Yonex Voltric 80 Badminton Racket Review!
- This racket comes with a soft and easy to carry bag that protects it quite well.
- This one is another isometric head-shaped model to provide a larger sweet spot.
- It’s a head-heavy racket. So it gives you extra support to play the back of the court shots properly.
- It’s ample stable and makes it easy to hit smashes.
- This model is a perfect weapon for drop shots.
- The tri-voltage system and precise weight placement genuinely enhance the power and maneuverability of this model.
- It mostly is the best fit for singles, not doubles.
- I don’t like the color combination of this model. It’s a pretty dark complexion, but I love bright colors. Nonetheless, this highly depends on someone’s personal preference.
- The balance and feel could have been better, and it doesn’t move very well through the air.
- Editor’s Rating: 4.5/5.
- Weight: 3U (Ave.88g).
- Balance: Head-heavy.
- Shaft flexibility: Stiff.
- Head shape: Isometric.
- String tension: 20 lbs – 27 lbs.
- Grip size: G4/G5.
- Suitable For: Intermediate&Advanced Players.
Yonex Voltric 80 E Tune is another Japan made racket for the intermediate to advanced level of players.
The heavy head feature gives you power, and the stiff shaft provides extra control. Altogether, it offers a delicate balance of power and control.
It’s a 3U category racket. So, no issue with the weight. It offers a G5 style grip, which is a substantially big grip for anyone who loves the bigger grip. I like a bigger grip.
The recommended string tension for this model is 20 lbs to 27 lbs. So, again, this racquet is a perfect range for an intermediate or an advanced player. If you are an intermediate player, you would probably want to go for around 23 lbs string tension.
While this is an excellent aggressive racket, at the same time, this is not an ideal option for defensive shots. Mainly, when you are playing double or trying to defend a bit off-balance, it will be less forgiving.
I must admire the enormous power it provides during smashing. You don’t have to jump to give extra strength for smash shots. It offers an increased drive speed too.
As I said, I don’t like its color. But I don’t mind using a quality racket even if it doesn’t look good visually.
If you are a super aggressive player, then this one is the best bet for you.
However, if you want to go for something that gives you a balance between defense and offense, then the models from the Yonex Duora family are the perfect fit for you.