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    Default Difference between "Long shaft" and "Extra long shaft"

    I am wondering how much the difference is. I beleive that the maximum length a badminton racket can have is 670 mm. Also I think that my arc 10 is 665 mm long, and it is classified as long. Does anyone know of any rackets longer than 665 mm and closer to 670?

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    The length of Arc 10 should be 674/675mm instead of 665mm. Its design is the long handle.

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    Max. length by IBF is 680mm. 675 is the standard length for 'long' racquets.

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