Racket Restring Cost List
|(0.58mm) Kizuna Z58 Racket Restringing||$18.00|
|(0.65mm) Li-Ning No. 1 Racket Restring||$17.00|
|(0.65mm) Gosen G-Tone 5 Racket Restring||$16.00|
|(0.66mm) JP Pro Flex 66 Racket Restring||$14.00|
|(0.66mm) Yonex BG66 Racket Restring||$19.00|
Beside this, can you repair badminton racket?
While they might put a stop to your game, broken badminton strings aren’t the end of your racket. In fact, they don’t even have to be an expensive problem. Whether you need to fix or restring your racket, doing it yourself can be an inexpensive fix.
Accordingly, how much does it cost to get a racket restrung?
The average cost to restring a tennis racket is $40, but it can range from $15 to $75. Costs are split between labor ($10-25 per racket) and strings ($2-50 per set). Players should string their racket as many times per year as they play per week. Stringers can be found at your local club, sports shops, or online.
Which string is best for badminton?
The 1st name that strikes the mind when talking about badminton strings is the BG-65.
- 3) Nanogy.
- 4) BG66 Ultimax.
- 5) Aerosonic/ BG85.
- 6) Zymax 67.
- 7) BG70 Pro.
- 8) BG80.
- 9) NBG95.
- 10) Ashway ZyMax 65.
There is a rule of thumb that seasoned players and even some stringers recommend for intermediate players. That is to restring as many times in a year as you play in a week. This means that if you play three times a week, then you should target restringing your racket three times a year.
The Apacs Racket Frame Protector is designed to protect the racket frame from abrasion damage. Increase racket head weight up to 1.15g and at the same time increasing Balance Center Point (BP) by 5mm. It is made of soft leather material and well fit to the frame, with self adhesive.
The backhand grip, also known as the thumb grip, is similar to the forehand grip except the complete bottom of the thumb is in contact with the 3rd bevel and the index finger is lowered down to a position below the thumb.
On average, most people should be able to string a tennis racket in about 30 minutes while maintaining complete focus and still paying attention to detail, 30 minutes to string a squash racket and 45 minutes to string a badminton racket.
The most common reasons why badminton strings break are because of mishits and broken grommets. Mishits occur when you hit off target of the sweet spot on your racket’s string bed. … Other reasons why badminton strings may break include temperature changes, thin strings, misalignment, and natural wear and tear.