<Speed meets Control>
The key feature of the JPX series was the Aero Hexagram Frame. Riding on the momentum of the highly successful JPX range, the JPX 8.5 is a very much anticpated model incorporating an influx in state of the art technology advancements. The placement of the Duplex design in the mid-section of the grame prevents torsion and the V Frame Concept at the top of the racquet increases control and accuracy. Adding these features to the JPX 8.5 creates a highly responsive racquet that delivers pin point accuracy with superb feel. Made for players who demands speed and control without compromising power.
- Aero Hexagram
The six pointed ‘star’ like frame with equilateral angles reduces air resistance and the lower frame’s high level strength increases repulsion power. The aerodynamic frame is perfect for lightning fast shots and high speed rallies.
- Duplex Design
Combining the structural strength of a Box Frame and the Aerodynamics of the Aero Hexagram frame, the Duplex Design is able to absorb an extremely high level of pressure without compromising the racquet head speed during the stroke play.
- Hot Melt Tech
The graphite sheets are heated at a higher temperature to further eliminate the impurities during the initial manufacturing process. This results in a smoother more consistent coating that not only strengthens the frame but enhances the aerodynamics of the graphite thus increasing the racquets velocity.
- 3D Power Matrix
The unique manufacturing process of interlinking and overlapping composite fibres that are woven over the frame creates a high resilient design. This seamless construction evenly dissipates the pressure that a racquet receives during aggressive play protects the underlying structure of the frame.
- Nano PEF
The shaft is constructed using ‘Nano PEF’ (Nano Polyethylene Fibre) which is light enough to float on water yet able to withstand immerse forces. These characteristics allow for maximum shock absorption.
MODEL NO: MZ-BF2033
WEIGHT: 3U (86g)
GRIP SIZE: G4/G5
MAX TENSION: 30lbs
CONSTRUCTION: Japan HMG T46