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Yonex Isometric Lite Pro

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by darpanchoudhary, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. darpanchoudhary

    darpanchoudhary Regular Member

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    Has anyone played with this racket???How does it feel???What are its specs???
     
  2. darpanchoudhary

    darpanchoudhary Regular Member

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    Unfortunately it is me who started this thread and i am the only one giving it a reply :p...
    Bought an isometric lite pro and it is a good racket wit medium flex,3U-G4 and supports tension from 18lbs to 24lbs..and as far as i have experienced it is an even balanced racket.Hope this would help any other person looking for this racket's specs since it is nowhere available on the internet.............
     
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  4. darpanchoudhary

    darpanchoudhary Regular Member

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    I have the 2nd one...the link gives totally wrong info about the racket.And yes the yellow one is not the correct model it is Isometric zeta .
     
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    I have the Isometric Lite (no pro). Specs are like as said at the top. 3UG4, says it can only hold 19-24 lbs of string tension but I know for a fact that the tension can be way higher than that. I have used it with 22lbs tension, and it works like a charm for me. I love it, a lot!
     

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