The new driver from Cobra features MyFly8 technology, which is an expansion of the 2013 MyFly technology to give you the option to adjust your trajectory between eight different loft settings.
The E9 Face technology removes weight from the face and repositions it lower and further back to create a larger sweet spot and give consistent distance of off-centre hits.
“The blend of distance, control and forgiveness make these irons an asset in anyone’s bag.” – Jose Miraflor
“Our Research and Development team focused on developing a driver that would deliver distance, provide consistency, keep adjustability simple yet effective and offer a great feel,” said Jose Miraflor, director of product marketing at Cobra.
The BiO CELL driver is part of a full family of products that also includes fairway woods, hybrids and irons.
The fairway woods and hybrids feature also feature Cobra‘s MyFly8 and both are packed full of technology to help improve distance and manage trajectory. They also have a high strength steel insert that allows the face to flex more and create faster ball speeds, longer distances and higher trajector.
The final piece of the jigsaw is the new BiO CELL irons that offer more distance and more forgiveness. The long and mid irons features heavy tungsten weighting in the heel and toe for more forgiveness while the short irons have the tungsten centred behind the hitting area for added distance and control.
Miraflor added: “The BiO CELL irons are designed to give golfers distance and control without sacrificing forgiveness. The blend of distance, control and forgiveness make these irons an asset in anyone’s bag. Progressive placement of tungsten throughout the iron set drives the added distance, control and forgiveness.”
Available at retail from January 15, in five different colours, the BiO CELL driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons are priced as follows:
BiO CELL Driver – £249
BiO CELL Fairway – £189
BiO CELL Hybrids – £159
BiO CELL Irons – £549
For more information on the new BiO CELL range, head over to Cobra‘s website: www.cobragolf.co.uk.
Originally published on bunkered on November 14, 2013.