Yonex Voltric Glan Z (Sapphire Navy) - JoyBadminton
Yonex Voltric Glan Z (Sapphire Navy) - JoyBadminton
Yonex Voltric Glan Z (Sapphire Navy) - JoyBadminton

Yonex Voltric Glan Z (Sapphire Navy)

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VOLTRIC Glan-Z is a combining incredible power and fast racquet handling for the first time. Achieves long distance effortlessly while giving players solid feel at impact and exceptional power with fast handling for attacking shots.

Product Description  

  • Original YONEX US Version
  • Grip Size: G4
  • Weight: 4U (Ave 83g) 
  • Color: Sapphire Navy
  • Flex: Medium
  • Yonex String Recommendation: 4U (Ave 83g)17-22lb
  • Frame: H.M. Graphite / REXIL FIBER / NANOMETRIC / Tungsten
  • Shaft: H.M. Graphite / NANOMETRIC 
  • Cover: Yonex Full Cover
  • Made in Japan.


- No YY Logo will be printed on string bed.
- Stringing Service is done by Professional Stringer with Yonex Most Accurate High Quality Electronic Machine which is made in Japan.
- Stringing method complies with Yonex Stringing Instructions.



Product Technology

  • REXIL Fiber

An original high quality material, developed by YONEX to exceed the repulsion and shock absorption performances of normal materials.


NANOMETRIC* improves the bonding strength between the carbon fibres enabling us to take racquet shaft construction to another level. By reducing the amount of carbon in the shaft to make it 60%* thinner than a conventional racquet whilst retaining stiffness, YONEX has created a revolutionary lightweight racquet with lightening head speed and control.

  • New Built-in T-Joint

‘NEW’ Built-in T-Joint is manufactured from a special lightweight plastic combined with epoxy resin and foaming agent that enhances quality and performance by increasing the stability of the shuttle on the string bed and through the air.


Every product is unique, just like you. If you're looking for a product that fits the mold of your life, the Yonex Voltric Glan Z (Sapphire Navy) is for you.

Inventory Last Updated: Nov 24, 2020