RRP:    £189.00 17 January 2014
TG Rating:
4 out of 5
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Owner Rating:
5 out of 5
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PROS

Popular shape. Offers a versatile flight. Adjustable.

CONS

Lacked feel or feedback on strike point.

What we say...

4 out of 5

Technology
The Cobra BiO CELL fairway wood features a 17-4 stainless steel body with 455 high strength steel face. This “driver-like” construction enables more face flex for faster ball speeds and a higher trajectory. It features the same hot “E9 Face Technology” found in the driver and eight adjustable loft settings to maximise distance, manage trajectory and optimise yardage gaps. BiO CELL+ also available. Both models feature MyFly adjustability and E9 face technology for a square face at address. The more compact + version features a Tour-inspired head design and a lower CG.

Tested
As reviewed in our Fairway Woods Test 2014:
The + version still has a mid-size head that sits square, regardless of the loft or lie angle you present; great. It launched high with fairly low spin; great. Shorter shaft than standard aided control and distance was impressive; great. Plus, plenty of stopping power on greens. Not sure about the colours, but can’t fault shape or size. Has a nice firm feel and a mid flight. 

Details: BiO CELL £189; BiO CELL+ £199. 3-4: 13-16°, 5-7: 17-20°. Project X-PXv shaft.

Product Information

Womens Available No
Left Handed available Yes
Custom-Fit available Yes
Adjustability Yes
Shafts Grafalloy Project X - PXv
Lofts 13.0°, 13.5°, 14.5°, 15.5°, 16.0°, 17.0°, 17.5°, 18.5°, 19.5°, 20.0°

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What you say...

 
5 out of 5

Cobra hit the big time

By Brian T

I can honestly say that I really liked this club. The smaller head really suited my eye, I don't try to shape the ball etc it just looks much better for me behind the ball (more 5w, or larger hybrid size). The Red Tie shaft is sweet ( I have it also in my driver) and I love the feel of the shaft through the swing, although this one is a bright white shaft compared it worked well with the jet black... read more

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Cobra BiO CELL Fairway woods Today's Golfer 2014-01-17T15:02:00.0000000 Technology The Cobra BiO CELL fairway wood features a 17-4 stainless steel body with 455 high strength steel face. This “driver-like” construction enables more face flex for faster ball speeds and a higher trajectory. It features the same hot “E9 Face Technology” found in the driver and eight adjustable loft settings to maximise distance, manage trajectory and optimise yardage gaps. BiO CELL+ also available. Both models feature MyFly adjustability and E9 face technology for a square face at address. The more compact + version features a Tour-inspired head design and a lower CG. Tested As reviewed in our Fairway Woods Test 2014: The + version still has a mid-size head that sits square, regardless of the loft or lie angle you present; great. It launched high with fairly low spin; great. Shorter shaft than standard aided control and distance was impressive; great. Plus, plenty of stopping power on greens. Not sure about the colours, but can’t fault shape or size. Has a nice firm feel and a mid flight.  Details: BiO CELL £189; BiO CELL+ £199. 3-4: 13-16°, 5-7: 17-20°. Project X-PXv shaft. Technology The Cobra BiO CELL fairway wood features a 17-4 stainless steel body with 455 high strength steel face. This “driver-like” construction enables more face flex for faster ball speeds and a higher trajectory. It features the same hot “E9 Face Technology” found in the driver and eight adjustable loft settings to maximise distance, manage trajectory and optimise yardage gaps. BiO CELL+ also available. Both models feature MyFly adjustability and E9 face technology for a square face at address. The more compact + version features a Tour-inspired head design and a lower CG. 4.05
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