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Meteor X London, MX70, MXJJS, Difference???

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by J4se98, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. J4se98

    J4se98 Regular Member

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    :confused: I want to buy one of these. If anyone has tried at least 2 (or even better, all 3), what is the difference between them in terms of power, control, etc. :eek: Does the hybrid composite and graphene make a difference??
     
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    good questions, I would also like to know this.
    I think some have played with the London and MX70 so far, the JJS is too new I suppose.

    Zynex
     
  3. visor

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    You may want to pm BengGuan. He's the INA Victor rep and I've seen him post something comparing the three on some INA baddy forum. Please post his answer back here if he replies. :)
     
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    ok i'll pm him and post it if he replies
     
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    if u ask me, its purely for marketing reason to sell more rackets for those who attracted to racket colors and their idols....
    we can continue to argue that racket is a bit stiffer there and here , racket is a bit lighter here or there.
    Purely based on your feeling and nothing more or less ...
     
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    ^ Totally Agree with its always our own preference
     
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    nowdays is diff,
    players no more buying for only to play
    but buying bcoz of new color or idol rackets to keep for self collections.

    i buy ti10 for investment..hehehe
     
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    the latest version ti10??? why???
     
  9. J4se98

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    this is what he replied....

    [​IMG] Originally Posted by J4se98
    :confused: I want to buy one of these. If anyone has tried at least 2 (or even better, all 3), what is the difference between them in terms of power, control, etc. :eek: Does the hybrid composite and graphene make a difference?? please reply, me and some people like visor want to know :)



    MX London very evan balance racket. manuver very smooth and power also demanding. MX70 have almost same spec like London but completely different feel, london have more solid and easily to generate power. MX JJS using new material "graphene" almost have similar feeling with London but have little bit slow at manuver.

    MX London 3U weight but feel 4U when you play or swing.

     
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    Thanks for sharing ... meaning the MX JJS is oredi out and BengGuan manage to get a piece to test ?
     
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    any picture of the MX JSS?
     
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    I sent a pm to BengGuan again asking if there is a big difference between the london and the jjs and if the racket is very slow or not that slow and he replied:

    Feel about same except JJS more bunch of power rather than London. slow not so much different.,
     
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    still nobody had a a try with mx-jjs except for this benguan?... im waiting for the mx-jjs to come out..:D
     
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    I like to personally compare it to my MX London and MX80
     
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    anyone have an idea how much the jjs will cost? and what the cost of the mx london isbecause it should be pretty close to each other.
     
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    Based on specs, MX70, London and JJS should be the same...but of course actual playing then it's really a big Qns mark...hehe
     
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    maybe it just a slight different
     
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    ok thnks :eek:
     

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