The main difference between the Raptor blade and other models is the smaller bend and less concavity. The blade is rather straight from the heel, the groove on the forehand deepens from the center of the blade to the tip itself, where it will help you easily with loops or more technical strokes. Another key element is the construction of the blade and also the filled pieces on the lower edge of the blade. The blade is then torsion harder and can better transfer forces from shaft to ball. The blade profile with proper control of the technique allows precise control of the ball by both the forehand and backside sides.
Smaller deflection I less concavity
Completed pieces on the lower edge make the blade stronger in torsion and can better transfer forces from the shaft to the ball.
Allows precise ball control by both the forehand and backside sides
The blade is rather straight from the heel, the forehand groove deepens from the middle of the blade to the tip itself