Latest Badminton Racket News in Malaysia
Stay up to date with the latest news in the world of badminton rackets. We bring you the most recent updates on new product launches, promotion campaigns, price changes, and much more, starting with Malaysia
At sportshorizon.com, we understand the importance of staying informed about the latest developments in the badminton racket industry. Whether you are a professional player, a passionate enthusiast, or just starting out, our news section is here to keep you in the loop.
What's more; we will also cover products which we don't carry. After all, this section is dedicated to badminton rackets in general. Therefore, we will be as fair as possible to all brands.
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- Toalson's distributor in Malaysia, M4 Sports, are launching a new range of badminton rackets targeted at all levels of players. They will start with entry-level rackets and gradually release the advanced rackets within the next few months. All Toalson rackets are made of graphite and undergo stringent Quality Control procedures. We have to say their rackets are not as low-priced as Apacs and Felet rackets, but from what we can see in the preview, they definitely look very attractive and deserving of their price. Toalson have put in a lot of effort to ensure that their rackets are worth every penny
- Yonex's agent in Malaysia, Sunrise Sports, are running a promotion for their Kiwami Badminton shoes at MYR229.90. We don't carry their shoes, so you can check it out at your nearest Yonex dealers
- Tokyo Ultima badminton shoes are on promotion. Selling price is just around MYR200.
- Apacs have resumed selling their Flex Power range of badminton rackets in Malaysia. At one point, they have stopped selling this brand in Malaysia due to a strategic realignment. However, there has been a change in their plan which will see them relaunching Flex Power in Malaysia. At the same time, this new plan will also involve them not selling Power Max in Malaysia anymore. Instead, they will focus on selling Power Max in other countries such as Indonesia.
- Maxbolt have launched a new model called Superstar Rally. It weighs 84g and is even balanced. It is considered an entry-level graphite, so it is meant for social players seeking a value-for-money racket. The retail price is MYR210 but you can get it below MYR150 at selected Maxbolt dealers.
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