Yonex Duora 10 is launched in 2015, with the expectation of many badminton players. It is likened to a perfect hybrid of two Yonex, with two completely different racquet faces. The Yonex Duora 10 also inherits the technology of the Voltric brothers such as Tri-voltage system, E-turn, Isometric headlamp, New generation in T-joint, Box Frame – Aero Frame …. But what is the biggest difference of the Duora 10, let’s analyze together Yonex Duora 10 review:
Box Frame – Aero Frame
The frame of the Duora 10 is also Box Box and Aero Frame as some of Yonex’s racquets. But at Duora 10, Yonex split up very clearly and put color on each side of the racket. Orange is for Box Frame and used for forehand, green for Aero Frame and used for backhand. So why is the Box Frame used for forehand and Aero Frame for backhand?
Box Frame: Coated with Nanometric Dr (the most advanced carbon compound studied by Yonex), keeps the shuttle 3% longer than the normal Nanometric compound, so the shuttle is transmitted with a strong force. Moreover, it helps to maximize the power of the smashes or forehand blows.
Aero Frame: It is coated with Ni-ti Fiber (superelastic compound), which increases bounce rate and increases the speed of shuttle to more than 9%, maximizing efficiency in the support phase, defensive, backhand.
Yonex was very creative when designing the color on this Duora 10 tree. If you just look at the picture above, a lot of people will think that these are two different colored versions of the Duora 10. But no, these are just two different shooting directions of a racquet. The right grip when using the Duora 10 is that when holding your racquet you look directly at the shaft of the racket, you see the orange face to the right of the shaft and the green side to the left of the shaft.
This unique design has created the Yonex Duora 10. It has taken full advantage of both the Box Frame and Aero Frame.
The technology is inherited
E-Tune: You can adjust the weight of the racket through the attachments to the rack, which can be adjusted or removed to suit you. When they are attached to the frame, they increase the power by 10% for each hit.
Tri-Voltage system: This technology allows you to achieve the optimum combination of powerful smashes and speed control. The system is designed in harmony with the head weight, flexible frame, and aerodynamic design to ensure strong shots while maintaining speed and control. The strength and accuracy of the shot are due to the hard structure of the racket head. The flexibility gained from the weight reduction above the racket and the internal connection points gives the feel of a heavy racquet.
Isometric: This legendary technology of Yonex continues to be maintained. With square-toothed frame, technology increases the maximum size for the sweet spot. This helps to pinpoint the exact and strongest possible bridge points.
Nanometric: helps improve bonding between carbon fibers. With this technology, Yonex reduced the amount of carbon in the shaft to make it 60% thinner than conventional racquets while retaining the same hardness.
New Grommet Pattern: The single-pass grommet hole construction provides more grommet holes. Creates a more efficient chain model.
Built-in T-joint: Newly-cast seamless T-joints are attached to a special ultra-light plastic with Epoxy and foaming to improve neck quality. This increases the stability of the ball when it comes in contact with the racket and during flight.
Through an analysis of the technology applied to the Duora 10. It can be seen that this is the most comprehensive of the Yonex It gives the player the power as well as the nimble control. However, you need to have time to train with it to be able to exploit its terrible power.
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