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FS: Yonex Voltric Z Force 88 Limited Edition Racquet (CA)

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  1. Chranisa

    Chranisa Regular Member

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    Yonex Voltric Z Force 88 Limited Edition Racquet

    A Limited Edition Voltric Z-Force made in celebration of Mr. Yonex’s 88th Birthday! Extremely limited!!

    The Voltric Z-Force 88 (ZF88) is a special limited edition racket made in limited quantity to commemorate the birthday and dedication of Yonex’s founder, Minoru Yoneyama. The racket is a repainted Voltric Z-Force 3UG4 (85-89 grams) badminton racket that are used by Yonex professional badminton players. The racket design and colors is based on Yonex’s popular racket in the early year. The Z-Force 88 (ZF88) is made to look like an old wooden racket with a steel shaft like the Yonex B-9100 in the year of 1961. It also come with a special rectangular limited edition bag. Only 12,000 pieces are made and each one is serialized. Furthermore, the Voltric Z-Force racket is the MOST popular and demanded racket in 2012. Get this rare collector racket while you can before it is gone.


    Level: Advance / Professional
    Type: Offensive
    Flex: Extra Stiff
    Head: Square/Isometric
    Weight: 85-89gm(3U-)
    Grip: 3 3/8 inches (G4)
    B.Pt: 9 (Head Heavy Balance)
    Head: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Sound Filter, EX-HMG, Tungsten
    Shaft: High Modulus (HM) Graphite, Nanopreme



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