Specifications and features
The Mizuno JPX 8.5 badminton racket is the first heavy racket, focusing on Mizuno's attack and control, which was launched in 2017.
With a weight of 86g, a hard racket body and heavy racket oil, combined with a sharp beveled frame, JPX 8.5 is suitable for double content at the back of the court or quick jabs in the middle of the pitch. When playing singles, JPX 8.5 supports a lot of font force as well as fast cuts, improving players' ability to control the bridge.
Jpx 8.5 frame is sharp-edged, so it is hard, heavy head but when defending, the racket still penetrates the flexibility, fast rotation. In addition the racket also has a very good level of drainage.
JPX 8.5 is suitable for players who want to have quick strokes, strong smash, fast counter-attacks and want to increase the control of the demand.
Those who have better hand strength will not have difficulty getting used to this racket.
If you want a slightly more pure racquet but still ensure good work, good bridge control, you can refer to Mizuno JPX 8.3 with a little lighter weight.
Mizuno JPX Badminton Racket Technology 8.5
Being in the high-end segment, JPX 8.5 has Mizuno's leading technologies, the most outstanding are:
- Duplex Design: Combining box frame structure and aerodynamics, the parallel design can absorb extremely high levels of pressure without affecting the player's speed.
- Aero Hexagram: The hexagonal frame with equal angles reduces the resistance of the air, the certainty of the frame increases the repulsive force. The aerodynamic racket frame is the perfect choice for fast blows and high speed smashes.
- Hot Melt Tech: The carbon in Mizuno's high-end racquets is heated at high temperatures, which helps distribute the carbon fiber better and the racquet is also less deformed, which also helps the racket create better momentum and force for the players. Next shot.
- V Frame Concept: V-shaped frame is designed to be thinner, the force is evenly distributed around, creating the correct movement in the error of attacking.
- Nano PEF: Body rackets use Nano PEF (Polyethylence Nano fibers) super light, can float on water and withstand great strength. This technology helps minimize vibration when performing the hit bridge.