If you are interested in getting the lightest badminton racket that money can buy, then a search of available rackets shows that the Karakal BN-60 badminton racket weighs in at just 60 grams when unstrung. Coming in at a close second would be the Apacs Feather Weight 200 at 69 grams.
Just so, are light weight badminton rackets good?
Head Light badminton racquets are good for control players, or players who like to have a SPEED advantage in their games. More weight is distributed at the racquet handle, making the racquet feel lighter as you swing it. Head Light racquets are normally more popular in doubles.
Keeping this in consideration, which is the most lightest racket?
The Apacs Feather Weight 500 racket is the lightest racket produced by Apacs and also the lightest in the World. The High Speed Frame design and the super light weight of this racket makes it Extremely Super Fast! By popular demand – we test the ‘world’s lightest racket’.
Is a heavier badminton racket better?
Racket weight is a personal preference, but a head heavier racket does add more power if you have enough strength to control the racket. Head heavier rackets are not suited for all players. Lighter rackets are easier to control, but you give up some power if they are too light.
Li-Ning N36 S2
5.0 out of 5 starsSuperb racquet for smashes with good control. I would prefer this one if you are searching for a racquet which can be used for powerful smashes along with better control. I wanted to purchase a racquet which should be flexible, light weight and should be good for powerful smashes.