Quite simply, the Cobra BiO CELL irons are designed to go long.
Powered by a new tungsten-weighted design, the BiO CELL irons are engineered to get the ball up in the air and stay there. And of course, it wouldn't be a Cobra range of clubs, without plenty of colour. The BiO CELL irons are available in either silver, barbados red, blue aster or vibrant orange.
“The BiO CELL Irons are designed to give golfers distance and control without sacrificing forgiveness,” said Cobra's Director of Product Marketing, Jose Miraflor. “The blend of distance, control and forgiveness make the BiO CELL Irons an asset in anyone’s bag. Progressive placement of tungsten throughout the iron set drives the added distance, control and forgiveness.”
Interestingly the BiO Cell set is split into two when it comes to the steel used. The 3 to 7 irons are made of a strong 17-4 steel, built for distance, whereas the 8 iron to PW featured a softer 431 stainless steel offering better control around the greens. Each iron benefits from the new tungsten cell weighting.
Featured in the toe and heel portions of the longer irons, the heavy nature of the tungsten weights increases the clubs stability and offers more forgiveness on shots struck away from the centre of the face.
The BiO CELL short irons feature the same tungsten weights, but positioned closer to the centre of the face, behind the hitting area, where it provides distance as well as better control.
The perimeter undercut design design of the back of the clubhead means the BiO CELL has the largest unsupported face of any iron Cobra have ever produced. By moving the weight back and away, whilst leaving the face thin and unsupported, Cobra were able to increase the speed and launch of the BiO CELL irons.