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LCW new racket 2012 anyone knows ( Yonex Voltric Z-Force ) ?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kaifah, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. Maklike Tier

    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    I bet its that cool lime gold-green.
     
  2. visor

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    Think again... ;)
     
  3. Maklike Tier

    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    I know! What a bizarre third set.
     
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    Won with VT ZF !!!!!
     
  5. ssj100

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    Yes, must have been the racket. Yonex > Li Ning > Victor in singles I suppose. Hehe!
     
  6. RyuHayabusa999

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    He got used to the new racquet so soon and won the Korean Open.....VT-ZF will sell well....Hahaha....Congrats . Dato' LCW.
     
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    Looks like it has a thick/wide frame. Look at the size of that "voltric" printed in white.
     
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    ultimate voltric? will buy it once it will officially launched in Malaysia. :)
     
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    Anyone know if he's using 3U or 4U?
     
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    I count four pairs of single grommets - the Z-ness makes sense, now.

    A "digression model", before the VT90? A 2012 launch for the VT90 now looks all but certain.
     
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    Thats a new voltric racket it seems;)
     
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    Looks good. Wonder how much head-heavier would this be than the VT-80?
    I get the feeling that i'll be suckered to spend more money..
     
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    I was saying on a post a put on above ^^^
     
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    but i still think voltric 80 is better
     
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    How so? Unless it's released, or if you are LCW or YY testing staff, still can't compare this to anything. Hopefully it's YY's answer to the lack or head-heavier rackets.
     
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    Isn't VT80 head-heavy enough? Maybe this is more like the AT900P whereas the VT80 is the AT700, anyway I doubt I can refuse to buy it :p
     
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    Not as head-heavy as the N90 and N90-2. Certainly not as stiff as well, IMHO.
     
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    Looks ... mediocre, I mean, we've seen better looking rackets.;) I really hope, it will be a stiffer and more aerodynamic version of the VT80 with the same solid feel. That would be awesome.
     
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    How would you know? You got one?
     

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