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Should i get mx jjs?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by karyaw, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. karyaw

    karyaw Regular Member

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    Hey forumers, just want to ask. Should i get mx jjs?
    Since i had a mx80, i love the feeling. Using mx80 is not a problem for me so far. No pain suffered. But just it drained my energy on game after 1 hour game continuously. Is it too stiff problem plus not enough stamina?
    Therefore, is it suitable for me to get mx jjs? since is less stiff? :)
     
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    A resounding yes to the MX JJS ! It is not as stiff as the MX 80 and if you love the MX 80, I think you will love the JJS.
     
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    karyaw Regular Member

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    really? scare i will regret.
     
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    karyaw Regular Member

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    cause i do love MX80 too, but it is just way draining my energy too fast in 1 hour continuous match. Once energy being drained, mistakes come
     
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    get one. your avatar is telling you so.

    jokes aside, you seriously need to get one, it's one hell of a racket. the racket gives you good smashes and decent speed in the same time (oh and not very stiff as well, good for those who don't have athletes' physique while maintaining enough accuracy/direct-feeling).

    don't trust reviews, get one and try for yourself. sell it if you don't feel right, and repeat on other models until you're satisfied (or broke).
     
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    Btw, if u like the z force, u shld get the mx jjs. It's almost a 2nd z force
     
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    Thanks bro for the advice! Will consider to get a not hahah
     
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    U really know me, I do like afore also hahah
     
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    JJS is a fun racquet! Although it tires me out more than the MX80 :( I find the head really heavy and after an hour using it, my shoulder gets tired :( Never happened with the MX80
     
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    The swing weight for JJS is slightly heavier than MX80 frm experience.
    Also it has slower response time when in a pinch, both having same bp.
    Now trying out N80 to see if it has good combination of power and speed, so far so good :)
     
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    then if i use mx80 also tired already then mx jjs mai more tired?
     
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    blableblibloblu Regular Member

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    i find mxjjs less demanding than mx80
     
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    Yes, you should... oh, you MUST ! LOL...
    Just bought one and strung with Li Ning AP62 @ 25Lbs, it is now my to go racket for double games. MX80 is stiffer (just by a whisker) and even though I strung the MX80 with the same string and tension, I don't know why the MX-JJS can give more "crisp" feeling on the shots. Unfortunately, the JJS won't solve your tiredness issue because you'll be smashing most of the time, so you can start your stamina training program :D
     
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    thanks for ur advice. need to don stamina training program a d.
    so you recommend me to get mx jjs?
     
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    110% yes :cool:
     
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    haha..okok..will see how but wostly wll get hahahhaa
     
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    Considered 4U models for either the JJS or the MX80?

    BTW I tried the JJS (3U) last week and it is one hell of a racket! It doesn't sound as hollow as other victor too. I would've bought it if it was available in 4U around here.
     
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    i used 3u mx80 so not sure go to get 3u or 4u mx jjs would be better?
     
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    3U. Now stop wasting your time in this forum and order one! :D

    My 3u mxjjs feels about the same weight and just slightly slower than my 3u bs15. That should tell something.
     
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    many poison here :D
     

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