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Move over bravesword! Style has arrived on the badminton court with adidas Wucht P5. Heavy puncher 3U racket with a nimble mid stiff shaft, so now you can crush the shuttle and look great doing it! Read more..
If you’re an attacking player but doesn’t want a demanding racket, then go with the adidas P5. The P5 is designed for the intermediate to advanced player who wants more flexibility in the racket but still offers good offense. The frame shape is very aerodynamic and develops excellent swing speed. It is ideal for Singles, Doubles and Mixed play. The shaft is moderately stiff to stiff. The P5 swings head heavy due to its weight (~87g).
When you’re looking for a forgiving, offensive racket then the P5 is the choice for you.
Just got myself two Adidas Wucht P5 rackets (https://www.ofcourts.com/adidas-wucht-p5-badminton-racket.html), delivered from Of Courts. After the first training I'm very satisfied: It's stylish (important to my wife and my 4,5 years old daughter :D ) and fits perfect to my way of playing: Stiff, a bit heavy headed and with a very good grip! The only negative thing: Now I cannot complain about the racket if I loose a match... :-P Thanks a lot to Of Courts and in particular Peter!!! Both the racket and not to mention the guys at Of Courts are definitely to be recommended for badminton players.
I was asked to review the new Adidas Wucht P5. It has a stiff shaft and a heavier head. The main thing that really stood out was the power the racket had. I immediately noticed how I was able to use less effort into my hits, yet my clears and smashes were far and fast. I realized that the head heavy frame helped my drops become steeper, and the stiff shaft helped me maintain consistent performance. I am a doubles player so I mainly used the racket for doubles, but i find this racket to be more towards singles as that's when I experienced more difference. Overall, the racket is supreme, and I'm surprised that a brand like Adidas was able to create such a great racket. I recommend it for singles players but it is almost as good for doubles as well.
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