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Nanospeed 2U VS Voltric Z Force 3U

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Firedrive, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Firedrive

    Firedrive Regular Member

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    Has anyone switched recently from Nanospeed 9900 2U to Voltric Z Force 3U recently?

    Please kindly share your view. It's getting more difficult to get hold of the Nanospeed 2U version and JP version is too expensive due to the high YEN.
     
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  2. pikachu26134

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    I did, just to compare really. No real comparison can be drawn because Nanospeeds are headlight and Z forces are head heavy. The z force is noticeably stiffer and makes for better control. It's not worth buying a 2u 9900 because you're making a supposedly 'lighterfeel' racquet a much heavier one. Nanospeeds 3U, despite being more commonly used, is much better and reliable for net play and smashing alike. Voltric Z force is not quite up to what people say about it. It's just a voltric 80 with a new paint job... Well that's what I think after using both 3U. If you're debating between purchasing either for yourself, look outside at Victor braveswords 10 and 12 if you are ale to get them where you are
     

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