Wilson Hyper Titanium X2 Badminton Racquet £5.31 @Argos
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Wilson Hyper Titanium X2 Badminton Racquet £5.31 @Argos

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Found 28th Nov 2010
Wilson Hyper Titanium X2 Burgundy Badminton Racquet. + Free delivery
Basic one and good price for the brand..

Badminton racket length 662mm.
Balance unstrung 30cm.
Unstrung weight 110g.
Stiff flex.
Burgundy.

Blue one also available at same price
argos.co.uk/sta…htm
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Original Poster
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/440-3162055IEUC716588X.jpg
Free delivery also
need a new one after leaving both mine at sports hall and getting nabbed.

are these carbon fibre?
Do you get 2?
OP, there are other racquets on sales as well (same brand but higher spec).
argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Wilson Hyper Titanium X8 Blue Badminton Racquet - £13.33
argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Wilson Hyper Titanium X6 Burgundy Badminton Racquet - £10.66

If you are more than an amature player, you may want to invest bit more, just my opinion
All 100+gm - too heavy - really need racquet around 93-96gms.

Regard Akram Ali
Hi Akramasif,

try this one, which is around 90g weight
argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Good deal, many thanks
taka hwang

Hi Akramasif,try this one, which is around 90g … Hi Akramasif,try this one, which is around 90g weight[url=http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3163030/Trail/searchtext%3EBADMINTON.htm]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3163030/Trail/searchtext%3EBADMINTON.htm[/url]



It specifically says 100 Gm unstrung weight, so how you can work out its less than 90 I dont know ?
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Got one from Argos in Liverpool. Came out, car on bricks
Wilson Hyper Titanium X8 Blue Badminton Racquet
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Just double checked, its 90g unstrung weight
taka hwang

If you are more than an amature player, you may want to invest bit more, … If you are more than an amature player, you may want to invest bit more, just my opinion



For very casual play, they'd be fine. However, if you are going to play badminton even only as an enthusiastic amateur, you are likely to have to pay at least anywhere between £2 and £10 an hour for court fees. So even if you racquet is only going to last 2 years, you'd easily spend £100-£200 on court fees alone during that time and quite a few £ on shuttles too.

These racquets would be OK to try the sport and see if you like it before investing.


As far as I know anything above 90g is too heavy. If you are just a casual player or play only occasionally for fun then the 90g racket is decent enough.

I was a casual but competitive player and I once played regularly with friends at the weekends so I got a carlton fireblade 84g racket for £40 and a Wilson k factor 85-89g for £70.
Cheap price for a racket, but definately a bit on the heavy side :s
Original Poster
thanks guys for voting hot.. as I mentioned its a very basic one but from Wilson
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