intensive badminton players looking for a racket that is easy to handle and enjoyable to play with.
This racket is ideal for players wanting a versatile racket. Its supple shaft makes it very forgiving while the head-light balance makes it easy to handle.
I am a very regular club player, have been playing with other brands for a no of years. I thought of giving a try for a new brand, so went for an Artengo racket. When I started playing with it, it's performance was too good. But just with in 3 weeks of play it got a sudden crack on the top head of the rim. I went back to the store, showed it to the person incharge, he said it must have happened due to a faulty string tension, he replaced it and gave a new racket. Then a few weeks late while playing doubles had a small clash, it snapped instantly. this had never happened with any of my old rackets. I suppose they should seriously check over the quality.
Thanks for taking the time to write to us,
As mentioned by you in your feedback regarding the breakage of the BR920 badminton racket due to clash. So as this racket is meant for intensive player the string tension is too high, so a small clash can break the racket but it depends how intense the clash was. If you are looking something just for regular game not in intensive range, then below mentioned are a few.
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Jagadish YADAV DECATHLON
collapsed when I tried to change the strings. And that is 26 lbs
And their executive told me that it can go upto 28 lbs but 26 is recommended. That happened is Yamuna sports complex.
It collapsed when I tried to change the strings.
Good racket for intensive players. Lite weight rackets makes movement fast and accurate shots
Lite weight and highly intensive racket to handle
String should be change after couple of weeks