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Written on: 30/11/2009
This is the best racket i have come across. It has good power and controll. It also is strung well. As it is strung well you can get more power. It does not weigh a lot. What i also liked about this racket was the colour, it is good for people who like the colours red and orange. Also another good reason was because of what comes with the racket, there comes a case with the racket. One that you put the racket in and it covers the full racket. Some other rackets only cover the strings and some… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2009
The Carlton Isoblade Graphite is beautifully light weight.. 89g
Feels like 70.
Wonderfull control with this baby and i canot forget to mention how easy it makes a dummy shot to play, just fliging the racket about takes no energy at all. The grips doesn't feel soft enough, and also if you play a few hours in a row, it takes in sweat and begins to deteriorate. (wouldnt last more then 3 years imo). Overall, its still AWESOME.
wonderfull racket… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2008
I gave this 0 out of 10. The Carlton Isoblade Graphite looks good dont let this sway you. I found a lack of control using this racket as aposed to Carlton Fireblade Iso Elite Badminton Racket… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2008 by jabba21 (1 review written)
A good mid-level racquet. Nicely balanced for quick flicks, with enough power for most players. That said, the head of the racquet seems to be a pretty weak structure, since it broke in a very light collision with another player's racquet (also a carlton, but an ariblade in this case.) I have since replaced it with an isoblade pro, which maintains the same balance and weight, but seems to give a little more power when required, and keep slightly better control on the shuttle… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2008
The Carlton Isoblade Graphite is a great racket if you want to win. Its lightweight and i can hit the shuttlecock sweetly. The only bad point is that the grip is abit uncomfortable, but that can be changed… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2007 by forest99 (2 reviews written)
The Carlton Isoblade Graphite is a great racket and great weight.It's light, and has a good smash… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2007 by TheGreatSandaledOne (30 reviews written)
The isoblade is a very light racquet at between 80 and 90 grams. The super light racquet head means that the balance of the racquet is towards the grip by a fair way. The advantage I have found there is that the flick on this racquet is fast allowing to change the shuttle cock direction quickly without being too obvious in the shot.
The 2 piece construction means that the shaft and racquet head are one piece, the grip block is the other. This means you have less chance of damaging the racquet… Read Full Review
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