The YONEX Voltric 7 was launched a few years back in 2011, and at that time did not receive much attention until everything went to the star of the Voltric series, the VT80.
Although this is true this racket still these days is sold and its popularity has been keeping up over the years a lot because of one factor, the price.
The vast majority of Yonex racquets, especially those with head heavy and Voltric series are high prices, but this is one of the exceptions and by its performance, may well be the best in this price range.
It has a flexible shaft and the tension used is also lower than the one usually found in rackets for an offensive game style.
The racket head is not as heavy as a Voltric 80 E-Tune for example and therefore is also faster, especially in short strokes or for defense.
In terms of design, it is mostly red with black parts, having a very appealing look although simple.
See below your specifications given by the manufacturer:
|Weight / Grip Size:||4U (Ave.83g) G4|
All About YONEX Voltric 7 (Review)
Being this a standard in the Voltric rackets, this setup makes it possible to produce more power in your smashes and also more speed in your swings.
By having this form, the spacing between the ropes is the same, which makes your beat is much more consistent even when it does not strike exactly in the center of the racket, thus greatly improving its control.
A badminton game is not just strength and smashes. If you do not have consistency in your game, you will lose all points even without the opponent using a smash.
Now we’ll look at your performance across the various types of bids and see what your strengths and weaknesses are.
Despite the low tension of the string in these rackets (usually come with 18lb, it is recommended to switch to 24lb) the repulsion is sufficient to make a clear to the bottom of the court without great effort.
Heavy head rackets are almost always good for making drop shots because of their weight transfer which makes the movement quite natural and fluid leaving it easy to execute it with a good trajectory.
It is worth mentioning that the contact with the shuttle feels quite good, something that gives a feeling of great pleasure and that for many players increases the confidence during the game because they feel that they were able to execute well the movement.
It does not have the explosiveness that other high-end racquets have, thus not allowing the production of so much power by the strongest players, however, if it is a player who does not own a powerful smash, then it should not feel much difference because it can deliver a smash powerful and consistent in it.
The flexibility of the shaft may also initially cause you some discomfort if you usually use rackets with a stiff shaft.
The YONEX Voltric 7 despite being a heavy head racket, is not that heavy and having good aerodynamics can make you have a good defense and also if playing in doubles has the speed necessary to perform those short and fast movements that so often need do.
Are there any better rackets? Of course, it does … For the price, it costs better? Maybe not…
For a professional who may have a more expensive racquet or who is sponsored the Voltric 7 will not serve because there are better choices, but these will also be much more expensive.
In the price range that this racket is usually sold will hardly find many rackets with such a good performance.
Try and see for yourself, you will hardly regret your purchase if you are looking for a good, powerful and versatile racket.
And so, did you know more about this racquet with our YONEX Voltric 7 review, since its characteristics, if it is good to attack, defend, price, etc …?
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