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Tried & Tested: Cobra BiO CELL hybrid
by Carly Frost
February 27, 2014

"One of the easiest hybrids I've ever hit"
Price: £159
W:
www.cobragolf.co.uk
They say: The Women's BiO CELL Hybrids are equipped with MyFly8 with SmartPad technology featuring 8 loft options in each model with simple, one step, and adjustability to maximise distance and optimise yardage gaps. The Women's BiO CELL Hybrids have a forged thin, shallow high strength steel face inserts with a driver like construction creating more face flex, and more ball speeds delivering exceptional distance but still easy to get up in the air for ladies. BiO Cell Crowns and E9 Face Technology remove weight from the crown and face for a lower CG-to-Neutral & high MOI, increasing the sweet zone for maximum distance and forgiveness.

I say: I used the previous model hybrid (Cobra AMP) when I was pregnant last year because it was so easy to hit I could swing it effortlessly, so I was curious to see whether this new and improved BIO Cell hybrid could better the predecessor. The answer is absolutely, both in the looks and playability stakes. In fact I'd go as far as saying that this is one of the easiest hybrids I've ever just picked up and hit. The clubhead shape is sleek, the colour choice snazzy and the feel more firey, definitely offering an improvement in the power stakes with my perfectly middled shots flying with greater oomph. You get a choice of either a vibrant pink, vivid green or the slightly easier on the eye pearlescent white finish to the clubhead with the matching soft Winn grips which feel lovely in the hands. Granted the bold choice of clubhead colours won't be for everyone but I really like them. They add a bit of fun to the game.








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