Yonex Arcsaber 6 White, Orange Strung Badminton Racquet
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    Yonex Arcsaber 6 White, Orange Strung Badminton Racquet  (G4, 82 g)

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    Highlights
    • Cover Not Available
    • Strung
    • Grip Size: G4
    • Weight: 82 g
    Description

    Graphite Body

    Offering enhanced durability and lasting performance, this Arcsaber 6 G4 Strung Badminton Racquet from Yonex made from graphite, increases the strength of your shots and can handle the wear and tear of daily use.

    High Modulus Graphite, Super HMG and Nanocell Shaft

    The Nanocell shaft and super HMG allow you to make fast swings with enhanced control. This Arcsaber 6 G4 Strung Badminton Racquet is also light in weight and offers high repulsion power.

    Designed for Advanced Level of Play

    All professional players can practice their expert shots using this racquet as it is exclusively made to suit your advanced style of play.

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    Specifications
    General
    • Type
      • Badminton Racquet
    • Series
      • Arcsaber
    • Ideal For
      • Men, Women
    • Sport Type
      • Badminton
    • Playing Level
      • Advanced
    • Strung
      • Yes
    • Flexibility
      • Stiff
    • Cover
      • Cover Not Available
    Body Features
    • Head Size
      • 90 sq.in
    • Grip Size
      • G4
    • Body Material
      • Graphite
    • Shaft Material
      • High Modulus Graphite, Super HMG, Nanocell
    • Other Body Features
      • Technology: Nanoair Spring, Isometric, New Grommet Pattern, Built in T Joint, Nanocell, Super HMG and Control Support Cap, Lightweight, Frame Material: High Modulus Graphite, Nanoair Spring, Nanocell and Solid Titanium
    Additional Features
      • High Swing Speed, Solid Feel and High Repulsion
    Dimensions
    • Height
      • 26 inch
    • Weight
      • 75 - 79.9 g
    • Beam Width
      • 28 mm
    Ratings and Reviews
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    nice racquet

    very nice racquet, very light, good handling
    using it with nanogy 95 string,
    not good for power smash, not recommended for ppl who like to hit lot of smashes.
    voltric 7 will be a better option for hitting smashes. this is good for doubles.
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    Nishad Madhavan

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    26 Dec, 2014

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    Great Racket but high price!

    Control the court with precision and pinpoint accuracy with the ARC SABER 6 badminton racquet. This racquet allows you to maintain your power and speed while retaining strong control of each and every hit, whether defending or attacking. This lightweight racquet utilizes NANOCELL ? in the frame, which pushes repulsion power to its extreme, especially on your fast swings. The ARC6 has a solid feel that optimizes the swiftness and strength of a superior swing.

    Highlights:
    -Good control for ...
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    Karan Thakkar

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    30 Nov, 2014

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    Pretty good

    Nice
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    Taufik Makubale

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    25 Dec, 2016

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    5

    Perfect racquet for Advanced players.

    I would like to highlight the important points about this racquet.
    If you a player to likes broad frame instead of narrow frame (e.g., Arcsaber 7), you should prefer this racquet of all in a price range below Rs. 7000.
    1. This racquet is very light so it will give you no pain in fast and long rally matches.
    2. You can go for enormous number of smashes with this racquet.
    3. If you know right technique, you will be able to generate right pace in your smash.
    4. Maneuverability of this racquet is...
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    Gaurav Singh

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    10 Mar, 2016

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    5

    Just Amazing

    This is the racket to buy if you dont have a strong arm to smash. Light weight and properly strung at 20-22 lbs. The best part of this racket is that it comes with BG55 and i must say that its a reliable string. Ideal for doubles as you can frequent smashes and also play control shots.

    you dont have to change the strings for atleast 3-4 months. The best racket at this price range.
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    V Balakrishnan

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    18 Jul, 2015

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    Exactly what I wanted it to do

    review after 1 month of usage.
    Its one of the lightest racquet in the range. The light frame with less tension makes placing shuttle an ease. Its not for players who want to go very aggressive with smashes, you guys should check out (maybe) voltric series by yonex or any other head heavy racquet. The guts are average at best along with the grip. I might be replacing both of them soon. The price I found it at was lowest it ever got.
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    Ankit Bhatnagar

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    12 Nov, 2014

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    5

    Super Awesome racket

    I have one of these... This is a 5U, so it's very very light. You will need to practice for a while with this racket to get the maximum out of your game. What's really cool about this one is that you can change the direction of the racket very easily. Let's say you're defending and you want to drive with a forehand - it's very easy for you to change direction on this racket.

    The repulsion and ability to smash are very good too. Like with all good things, you need to use it long enough to tu...
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    AR

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    8 Aug, 2014

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    poweless

    pros: light, good control
    cons: power less.
    i used this racket at 26 lbs and then 28 lbs but it's still doesn't generate any power in smash very bad if you have to play on back line or backhand.
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    Swapnil Srivastav

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    17 Jul, 2014

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    Value-for-money

    nice product... good for defensive..
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    Abhinav Saikia

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    4 Jun, 2017

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    Very Good

    Great raquet...right Proportional weight... Good for both offensive and defensive play
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    Flipkart Customer

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    31 Jan, 2017

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    Questions and Answers
    Q:What role is played by shaft flexibilty?
    A:Shaft flexibility is just as crucial as balance when purchasing a badminton racquet, and the correct level for you is dependent on your wrist/arm speed. Manufacturers have generally agreed upon on categorising rackets as 'Flexible', 'Medium' and 'Stiff', though there are variations on this such as 'Medium-Stiff' and 'Extra Stiff'. Put simply, the quicker and more explosive your wrist/arm speed (often known as swing speed), the more likely you are to benefit from a stiffer shaft. The slower and smoother your wrist/arm speed, the more likely you are to benefit from a more flexible shaft. Beginners are far more likely to benefit from purchasing a racket with a flexible shaft, whereas more advanced players tend to favour stiffer shafts as advanced players have much better technique. If you are unsure about how much flex you need, then you should purchase a medium or medium-stiff flex badminton racket.Stiff A stiffer shaft will bend and then unbend very quickly, ensuring the explosive swing-speed player has the maximum power and control possible. By comparison, a slower swing-speed player would not be able to use the advantage of a stiff shaft as the shaft would not bend or unbend enough, resulting in a loss of power. Flexible A more flexible shaft will bend and unbend much more easily, ensuring that players will get the racket to bend and unbend to the required level. By comparison, a more explosive, fast swing-speed player using a more flexible frame would connect with the shuttle prematurely, before the shaft unbends and is still bent backwards, resulting in a loss of control and power.
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    Q:Should I buy, aluminium,steel or carbon fiber(graphite) racquet?
    A:Buy a racket that is made out of lightweight aluminum or steel. If you are thinking of playing professionally, purchase a carbon-fiber racket that is extremely light and aerodynamic.
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    Q:How to choose a grip?
    A:Go to your local sporting-goods store and test out some rackets. Pay particular attention to grip size, and decide whether you prefer a smaller or larger grip. You want a racket that you can easily manipulate to generate swing speed and accuracy. If the grip feels to big, you can tire yourself out maintaining a hold on your racket.
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    Q:What are the key badminton racquet specification to look for?
    A:The weight is denoted by "U"; the smaller the number, the heavier the weight. For example, 3U (85-89g) is heavier than 4U (80-84g). The grip size is denoted by "G"; the smaller the number, the larger the handle size. Yonex rackets come in G4 as standard, whereas Victor rackets come in G5 as standard. The racket tension is denoted by "x lb to y lb"; the minimum to the maximum stringing tension recommended. Generally we recommend that beginners play with a tension closer to the lower-end, as this will provide additional power for them.If you are a singles player, then we would recommend choosing the 3U option as this will provide more overall mass (without affecting the balance), ensuring that the racket offers more stability at the cost of a little speed. The majority of singles players now use 3U rackets as standard. If you are a doubles player, then we would recommend choosing the 4U option as this will provide more speed to your game, allowing you to react much quicker at the net and against opposing smashes. The majority of doubles players now use 4U rackets as standard. Something to get you started:
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    Q:How to decide upon tension of the string?
    A:Check whether the tension of the string is tight or not. If you are a beginner, then 16-20 lbs will do. However, if you want to play professionally, then then the string tension should be 19-24/29lbs.
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    Q:What is the first step to choose a badminton racquet?
    A:Choose between an oval or square-shaped racket head. An oval racket tends to have more concentrated power while a square racket head has more surface area. Your choice in racket shape will greatly affect your game.
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