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Best Victor Racket?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Dr.Dino, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Dr.Dino

    Dr.Dino Regular Member

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    Between the following rackets, which one one would you say is the best, out of power, speed, control, accuracy?
    Victor Brave Sword LYD
    Victor Legend
    Victor Brave Sword 12
    Victor Meteor X80
    Victor Meteor X London
    Thanks :D
     
  2. blableblibloblu

    blableblibloblu Regular Member

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    facepalm
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  3. Iffara

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    The Victor Meteor X London....a exceptionally good racket....well designed between MX70 and MX80... Im loving it
     
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    They all have their own merits. You can't just say x is better than y.
     
  5. Shinichi

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    Love the finish paint of the X London
     
  6. visor

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    If you're advanced enough to handle it, MX80 hands down.
     
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    yeah .. i agree with cillu, every victor racket series has their own benefit. For speed you go for BS while power ... METEOR or SW ... *hands down for meteor x80 too* LOL~~~
     
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    hahaha:D I love the MX 70
     
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    Got both MX70 & MX80
    Prefer MX80...:)
     
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    Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder ....
     
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    Wow I've never heard of the Meteor X London until now, it looks fantastic but a G2 grip might not be for me :( I gave in to temptation and ordered a mx80 yesterday so you know my choice :rolleyes:
     
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    The MX London looks amazing and will be available soon in the UK. Everyone has a different favourite. I just took a whole load of VICTOR rackets for a guy to try as he wanted to buy one - and out of the whole lot he bought a ............BS09!!!

    And that was without knowing the price of any of them!!
     
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    MX80 with G3 grip size?
     
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    MX80 for sure :) but for the extra POW ... will go for MX London
    then again, is personal hahaha
     
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    G3 grip is the only one I can find in the UK atm.
     
  16. ashish.funk

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    Hi all,
    Im a amateur badminton player. Planning to buy either Yonex Muscle power 7 or Yonex NanoSpeed 100 or Victor Ti-10 or Li-Ning SS 68.
    Unable to decide between the merits and demerits of both.
    Y'all seem pretty experienced with all the badminton stuff.
    Can please someone guide me with this ?

    I read about flex, head-heavy, head-light, iso-oval etc.. but don't have any academy where i can try all the different kinds of rackets..and frankly I dont think I'll be able to judge.

    Any help will be much appreciated.

    PS: budget constraints limiting me to these options. Vicotr Ti-10 m getting on a payback points deal :) NS100 and SS 68/78 almost the same price. MP7 lower in price but im concerned abt the strength required for it.. :-/
     
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    why did you hijack this thread to ask your question?
     
  18. Shinichi

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    wrong thread
     
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    Fully agree with u...besides each racquets having their own merits...diff players also have different strengths and plays so different racquets suits them differently
     
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    each victor series have their strength
     

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