Badminton Buying Guide


Imagine effortless maneuverability on the court, powerful shots that find their mark, and gear that feels like an extension of yourself.  Our comprehensive buying guide empowers you to achieve this. Discover how to choose the perfect rackets, shoes, shuttlecocks, and more, transforming your performance and maximizing your enjoyment of the sport.

    • Location & Conditions
      • Outdoor Play: Durable nylon is the winner. Handles the wind better.
      • Temperature & Altitude: Feather shuttlecocks are speed-graded (75-79). Slower speeds for warmer climates and higher altitudes.
    • Budget: Consider how frequently you play. Feather costs are higher for frequent use.

    Additional Considerations

    • Feather Quality: Top-tier brands utilize higher-grade goose feathers for premium shuttlecocks.
    • Nylon Variations: Some nylon models are designed with weighted bases for closer flight accuracy.
    • Storage: Lightly humidifying feather shuttlecocks aids their flight and longevity.


    Shuttlecock Speed Denotations

    The majority of shuttlecock manufacturers use numbers to denote speed, usually within the range of 75 to 79:

    • 75: The slowest speed.
    • 76: Slow
    • 77: Medium
    • 78: Fast
    • 79: Very Fast

    Why Does Speed Matter?

    A badminton shuttlecock's speed greatly impacts its flight trajectory and playing experience. It's NOT about how hard you hit it, but rather:

    • Distance Traveled: Slower shuttlecocks travel shorter distances with the same amount of force, while faster ones go a longer distance.
    • Reaction Time: Slower shuttlecocks give you more time to react and prepare shots, while faster ones demand quicker reflexes and decision-making.

    Choosing the Right Speed

    1. Temperature
      • The warmer the air, the thinner it becomes. Thinner air offers less resistance, so shuttlecocks fly further.
      • Colder climates need faster shuttlecocks to compensate. Hotter areas require slower shuttlecocks for controlled play.
    2. Altitude
      • Similar logic to temperature applies. At higher altitudes (e.g., mountain cities), air is thinner.
      • Choose slower shuttlecocks at high altitudes to avoid them flying too far.
    3. Playing Level
      • Beginners often use slightly slower shuttlecocks for more reaction time while developing their strokes and control.

    Approximate Guidelines

    Remember, these are starting points. Fine-tuning is often required based on specific court conditions:

    • Speed 75 & 76: Very hot climates (above 27°C/86°F) and/or high altitudes.
    • Speed 77: Standard for most indoor play at sea level, temperate climates.
    • Speed 78 & 79: Colder temperatures (below 20°C/68°F), sometimes necessary to compensate for less air resistance in large competition halls.


    For Indian conditions, we recommend Speed 77 and 76.

    Choose the Perfect Badminton Racket

    Understanding the Key Factors

    1. Balance Point

    2. Shaft Flexibility

    3. Weight

    4. Materials

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