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Rackets in the range of yonex voltric 3

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by darpanchoudhary, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. darpanchoudhary

    darpanchoudhary Regular Member

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    I JUST SURFED THRU D NET AND I FOUND THAT YONEX VOLTRIC 3 IS D RACKET WHICH COMES IN MY RANGE...BUT IF DERE IS SOME OTHER RACKET OF SAME OR OTHER BRAND IN THE SAME RANGE DEN PLEASE DO SUGGEST ME,I AM AN OFFENSIVE PLAYER.....
     
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    I'm not sure what "in your range" means, but if I assume that it is budget, then in Yonex your options could be:

    Arcsaber 001, 002
    Carbonex 8000 series, i.e. 8000, 8010, 8600, 8800 variants (Ti/Light/LT)
    Nanospeed 100
    and of course the Voltric 3.

    Out of this I think only the Voltric 3 and Carbonex 8800 Power have head-heavy balance. Others are more even to head-light balance.
     
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    darpanchoudhary Regular Member

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    Yups i meant in that budget....can u suggest me some other head heavy rackets of LI NING,VICTOR,KASON,CARLTON, which are nearly of same price as that of voltric 3???
     
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    I'm not sure about other brands, as my recent racquet selection was limited within Yonex. May be others can pitch-in, but I've normally found that the low-end racquets are not discussed much in these forums. :p

    BTW, I just realized that I saw a fellow club member using a Li-Ning Ultra Carbon (LN UC) racquet, don't remember the model though. You could take a look at LN UC range as it may be their entry level offering.
     
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    Thanks alot brthr.....:)
     

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