FS: Apacs Lethal 727 5UG2 @S$85

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    Location:
    Singapore
    Condition : 8/10 (Original grip intact and still wrapped in plastic)
    Spec : 5UG2
    String: Apacs Virtuoso Pro 66 (made in Japan)
    Tension: 24lb
    Frame top covered with frame protector (removable - see pic below)
    Price : S$85

    Reason for selling: moving to a more head heavy racquet. Hence decided to give this up to someone who will continue to use it and not let it sits idle.


    If interested to buy, SMS/whatsapp : 9.1.5.0. 5.4.3.0

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    The Apacs Lethal 727 Badminton Racket is a woven racket designed for intermediate
    to advanced player and is made from high-end material to boost performance as well as durability.

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    Specifications
    Weight: 82g (5UG2)
    Balance: 290mm (Slightly Head Heavy)
    Flex: 8.5-9.0 (Medium)
    Shaft Diameter: 7.0mm (Ultra Slim)
    Max Tension: 38lbs

    Shaft Material: 40T Japan High Modulus Graphite
    Frame Material: 30T Japan High Modulus Graphite
    Frame Type: High Speed
    Grommet System: 76 Holes
    Length: 675mm

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    Apacs Virtuoso Pro 66 string is made in Japan and engineered to be thinner (Gauge 0.66mm) with braided high quality multifilament, more resilient and tougher than any other racquet strings manufactured today. Utilizing the latest "DIPPING PROCESS" technology to deliver the added advantage. Apacs string provides superb power, feel and control for those demanding players.


    Aggressive (Overall Performance) : 9
    Power (Resilience) : 9
    Accurate (Touch & Feel) : 9
    Control (Spin) : 8
    Speed (Low Elongation) : 9
     
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