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comparing Top Yonex

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by PedroJ, Apr 18, 2013.

  1. PedroJ

    PedroJ Regular Member

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    Dear forum-members,

    i am new to this forum and i have a question.

    Lately i have broken two "expensive" yonex rackets, one by hitting the racket of a double partner and another broke out of itself.

    Which rackets from other brands play in practice about the same as the Arc Saber 10 and Z-Slash, but are about have the price of these rackets??

    Thanks

    PJ
     
  2. PedroJ

    PedroJ Regular Member

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    typing error. I mean ....are 50-75% of the price .........
     
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    ccyuri Regular Member

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    what brand can you choose from around your area ?
    price range around 90 euros
    new adidas rackets adipower, adiprecision
    froza 1000
    ashway rackets ,
     
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    Victor high end racquets like the LYD, BS12, JJS, TK8000 and MX80 are 10-20% cheaper in general.
    Compared to Vt-ZF, Vt-80, AS11 and so on.
     
  5. PedroJ

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    We can choose Victor, Carlton, Head, Babolat Forza, Dunlop, RSL
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    Head no longer makes badminton rackets, so if you find one you like, get a few copies. Victor and Carlton are also great companies who make great rackets and they're not as expensive as Yonex.
     
  7. PedroJ

    PedroJ Regular Member

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    Thank you for the comments. But i would like to know from players that have experienced the similarity of the Arc Sabers from yonex compared to a cheaper racket from another brand.
    in short, which racket plays the same!
     
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    apacs edgesaber 10. not sure whether u can find it over there. even the paint job also look alike
     
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    I'm using an Arc11 right now and I've had an MX80...try to hit the MX80 a bit...its a bit stiffer, but cuts through the air like nothing else...if its too stiff you can try the MX70 or MX60. The MX80 was a bit too stiff for my ailing shoulder...
     

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