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RSL Diamond X7 GOLD, CARBON OR WHITE, which is better for me?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Danny77, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. Danny77

    Danny77 New Member

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    Hello Friends,
    I can choose new racket from RSL Diamond X7 series (Gold, Carbon, White) and I dont know which is better for me, I cannot choose before. I am lower intermediate player, who play in single in 90% time, and i love smash. My technique is not brilliance, but I drill it. Could You help me which is better for me, because I cannot try the racket before I get it. In this time I play with Victor G7500 (2011 model) - http://www.victor-sport.co.uk/page/products/rackets/g-7500.php - perfect racket for single and attack style.
    I have thin body (180cm and 66kg)
    Please If you have any information about RSL Diamond X7 series, please write me, or zour opinion, advice... .
    Thank You Very Much.
    Daniel:)
     
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    Go for the most flexible one
     
  3. Darby

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    go for X7 carbon.
     
  4. JHLBAD

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    Do someone know how the X7 gold stiffness compare to a yonex nanoray z-speed? Both of them are listed as stiff or extra-stiff.
     

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