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LCW Limited Edition gear

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by RVStrike13, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. RVStrike13

    RVStrike13 Regular Member

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    #1 RVStrike13, Aug 10, 2014
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    Ihasdapie Regular Member

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    In my opinion, they are just re-painted racquets with a heftier price tag....
     
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    The question is, are these new styles replacing the yellow and purple that has previously been posted on BC? LCW says he will be wearing these at World Championships which therefore means he won't be wearing yellow and purple as we thought. Maybe there's been a re-think at Yonex?

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk
     
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    Do you remember which thread had the pictures of the yellow and purple one?
     
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    The color of my rackets is not the most important thing to me, but pink (dark pink) is a color I'll pass on.
     
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    They decided to include a hue of the Pantone Color of the Year? :eek:
     
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    I'd get the shoes if it wasn't heavier than the SHBF1Ns. The shirt looks more like a football jersey. Anyway, it's a much better color than the yellow purple, say no to Wario!
     
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    Another marketing gimmick to promote sales and generate incoming.. IMHO.;)
     
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    Similar to 2012, when YY released VTZF-1 Limited for London Olympic

    JP Code was only available in 4U/G5

    Other Codes was provided with various options, 3U-4U / G3-G4-G5

    IMHO
     
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    Is there a difference between Voltric force lcw and Voltric z force?
     
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    yes, £££$$$€€€
     
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    So what's the different on the limited racket compare to actual ones?
     
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    In terms of spects, what are the difference?
     
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    compare http://www.yonex.com/sports/badminton/products/badminton/lcw-limited-edition-gear/voltric-force-lcw/

    and contrast

    http://www.yonex.com/sports/badminton/products/badminton/lcw-limited-edition-gear/voltric-z-force-lcw/



     
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    Any review of these 2 rackets on court?
     
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    I am not sure if I was clear in my previous post. At least to me, it seems that Voltric force lcw has the same spects as Voltric Z force 1. As such, I am wondering if Voltric force and Voltric z force 1 would be the same thing.
     
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    no, voltric force is mid-range made in taiwan. vt-zf is a premium racket.
     
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    Someting I picked up yesterday at WC! ;)
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