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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by apachesun, Mar 18, 2013.
I have no information yet , but lets the picture talk
Retrieved from- Sulistyomo
With badmintoncn logo on it ? Oh your source
Here is the badmintoncn thread but is also not the original source I'm sure http://bbs.badmintoncn.com/thread-331976-1-2.html (through translator http://translate.googleusercontent....1.html&usg=ALkJrhhfuWWHnDOvoumUHY0XPvvtYx6YIg)
I guess i need to put retrieved not source, my mistake
would this racket be better than voltric z-force??
It will be coming out this year? The description says that it is a lighter version of VTZF
Hm nope! It says VTIF keeps the original VTZF racket frame design but it is lighter!
and it is for aggressive intermediate players lol... IS IT REALLL?? i dont like the colour T_T...
It's medium flex. probably going to be located near to VT70 in yy chart.
just wait for the release date and the RRP in Japan.
I like the colour scheme.... but 5U? Might be too light for me....
It seems like Yonex are turning all their racket to lighter direction.
Arc-FB with F6/5U and now I-Force with 5U version.
I like the color scheme... Hopefully Yonex releases 4U & 5U type....
emm...new colour for ladies.
Kind of mirroring Arc 9 ? hehe.
Mid range racket...
yeah...like the Arc 10 and Arc 9
maybe another failure racket from yonex such as Arc saber I- Slash?
This is yet to be seen.
Personally, i would prefer Evil Empire to study market acceptance on Arc FB, they will then be able to construct their new racket in accordance with market taste. With this leaked information, it seems that Evil Empire has already prepared it in a similar time with Arc FB.
how is the islash a failure,
its a great racquet, in fact its my favorite racquet, planning to buy 2 more of them,
strung with NBG99 @ 28lbs is excellent on net play and control
i have 2 other people looking for new racquets and they both tried my islash, they loved it, much easy to control and handle and also generate potential power
they both agreed to buy 2 each, so i don't understand how you think the islash is a failure??
you actually need time to get use to a racquet, the zslash took a coach i know 8 months to get familiar with,
islash took me 3 months, but 1 of the mate pick it up and adjusted immediately
so again, it depends on the person's playing style, its never the racquets fault, 9/10 is usually the player hasn't found the correct racquet for his playing style
i've been through and bought many racquets (8-10) and islash was the perfect racquet for me,
the iforce maybe a perfect racquet for some players, many players dislike the zforce being too head heavy, if the iforce was abit head lighter and is a med flex racquet the wippy feel of the racquet could make up for the potential power that you could get in the zforce, and it could then be a doubles choice racquet also