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New Racket Victor Meteor X 30L for Ladys (MX30L)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Polaroid, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. Polaroid

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    wow, MX30L!
    nice racket, slightly flexible and even balance :)
    too bad they paint the frame, we cannot see the woven (they said they do include the woven aka carbon XT)

    even though the racket is for ladies, it looks really cool! (even a man can use it, unlike arcsaber 9FL which is specifically for women)
     
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    I've heard Victor will be having a complete racket line for women. So possibly 5-10 rackets.

    I'm not 100% there's a real market since women can play fine with the current rackets, but we'll see.
     
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    I really like this color personally! Hopefully not too flexy, cause I wouldn't mind getting one of these.
     
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    ah.... i can release these photos. :)

    enjoy!

    IMG_0058.jpg IMG_0059.jpg IMG_0060.jpg IMG_0062.jpg IMG_0071.jpg IMG_0072.jpg IMG_0073.jpg
     
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    Omg, all the hype "just" for that!

    We ALL thought you had early pictures of MX90 :p
     
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    well, that's for another day. ;)

    in fact, that day will never come. i am afraid.
     
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    Doh! I'll try to get some pics out of the rep here :p heh
     
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    a bit more complicated than that. but if you can dig out the truth to the fate of the MX90 from your side, then it is better. my mouth might still be zipped.
     
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    yes there is for sure.

    i see tons of ARC9 and ARC9FL's around here.

    although going with baby blue might not work as well.
     
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    Nice looking racket - reminds me of the Voltric 60. Very classy and minimal.
     
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    Wow, Victor's designs as of late are fantastic. This thing is a beauty.
     
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    They should paint "For Women" on each one of them, and I will buy and play with them just for the laughs.

    Why not just repaint some existing rackets with more feminine colours because the current women players play just fine as it is. I am not sure serious players will want to get a "racket for chicks"
     
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    Anyone know where to buy this racket?
     
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    nice racket
     
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    I would buy it if there is a pink version :D
     
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    Come in purple instead of pink
     
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    any one know where to buy it?
    what is the price?
     
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    Looks great, and the ideea of an even balance meteor is great too. I wonder how flexible it is... If you hold it up strait does it bend over on one side?
     
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