The main new feature of NANOFLARE 800 is the ultra-thin Racket Frame, which has aerodynamics from all angles making the rotation speed faster to increase the attack speed.
High elastic carbon was used at the top of the frame to repel, while the new graphite material, TORAYCA® M40 X was both strong and highly elastic used at the bottom of the frame. This is the 800 Core loop of the Sonic Flare System, designed to quickly push the bridge after contact.
1.The racket reduces air resistance from all angles
The main new feature of NANOFLARE 800 is the ultra-thin Racket Frame, with aerodynamics from any angle. Compared to other thin frames, the Racket frame is streamlined 360 ° making the rotation speed faster to increase the attack speed.
By reducing 13% of the top of the frame and the lower part by 15.1% when compared to the regular thin frame racket, the air resistance decreases 9.3% at the top of the frame and 11.5% at bottom . The ultra-thin shaft adds to the aerodynamic properties of the racket.
2 . NANOFLARE Series innovation: Sonic Flare System
The upper part of the frame is made of EX-HMG highly elastic graphite material, with a pushing efficiency of 7.3% compared to conventional graphite, while the new graphite material TORAYCA® M40 X, has a high High and strong elasticity, spread evenly across the wide portion of the bottom of the frame, enhancing stability and elasticity
3. Yonex Isometric Technology
Yonex's original Isometric square frame shape gives the racquet a wider sweet spot than a standard circular frame by balancing the length of the vertical and horizontal strings. This technology, originally created by Yonex, was first implemented in the Isometric 500 badminton racket, launched in 1992, after winning many top honors in tennis. Since then, Isometric has become a popular standard in the world.