About new technology for making rackets
The rackets are made of steel and have a handle made of two metal rods, which allows the handle to bend less under load. Using two rods instead of one made it possible to change the shape of the handle. The handle has become wider, the racket fits comfortably in your hand, which allows you to hold the racket better, even with wet hands. Because of this shape, the racket spins less in the hand.
In addition, the handle has a textile coating, that is why now the handle slides less in the hand. It's not a secret that the artists of the soap bubble show nearly always have wet hands. When you take the racket in your hand, excess moisture is absorbed into the textile, which reduces the sliding of the racket in your hand, even if your hands are wet.
Nevertheless, the main advantage of our rackets is the "bead coating" on the absorbent part of the rackets. The new technology allows rackets to absorb two times more solution, which gives the following results:
The number of bubble blowouts per one racket dipping into soap solution increased by 2-3 times.
The length of the bubble stretched from the racket (trail) increased by 2 times.
The holding time of the bubble hung up on the racket increased by 1.5 times (which allows you to blow in more bubbles).
We officially patented the new racket coating at The Russian Federal Service for Intellectual Property in June 2020.