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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Yoppy, May 2, 2011.

  1. Lemollin

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    Hi Ivan, may I know what grip do you use on it ? Is that Toalson Asterisk ?
     
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    just wondering if anyone uses and have feedback on MX-70? seems like alot more buzz on MX-80 but seldom on 70
     
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    I prefer MX60 :D

    much more forgiving compare to its brothers :D
     
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    I like the mx70 more, to me the comparison is much like the yyVT70 and 80. Seems the little extra flex works for me.
     
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    Also like 60 more than 80.
     
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    mx60 fan club member here too!
     
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    There's a lot of feedback on MX70
     
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    I like mx jjs more than mx60.
     
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    bumblebee ftw..
     
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    Hi, can u share why u said so and your experience of using mx jjs over mx60? Thanks.
     
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    Got the replacement for my broken Bs12 - and it looks good!! :)

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    Hi, im thinking about getting this racket. Can you tell me is it the same as the older (blue) colour version?

    How does it compare to the LYD?

    Thanks
     
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    If you don't have a fast arm, don't get the BS12. That's all I can say.
     
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    Okay, enough chit-chat.

    Who's used the Thruster?

    :D
     
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    Can't help but giggle at your post Maklike.. :p
     
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    Can't do an in-depth comparison as I only had the BsLYD for brief testing (2 sessions) and it was strung at a horrendous tension...
    This arrived like 2 hours ago so I'll have to string it first, probably gonna have a hit with it at Sunday's tournament though :) Should be just the same as the blue one though. Which is basically a re-painted Bs09....but that one wasn't available anymore and I needed a replacement fast for this weekend...
    Based on the experience I had with the LYD this is just as if not more head heavy, but very noticeably softer. Meaning you can do a lot of damage with a quick pronation, which is great for me as I like to use stick smashes in the backhand corner in singles a lot, intercepting flatter clears quickly. As Maklike mentioned, you need a quick swing to use this, as it doesn't have that easily accessible power of a 305+ racket. If you search my posts, you'll find some in the video thread on here, where you can find some footage of me using the Bs12 and 09. In the singles matches you'll see that wristy smash in the round-the-head corner quite a bit.

    Agreed - but if you do, it's just great :D Not as demanding as a Bs10 either (also feels a lot better below 30lbs than the Bs10 does).

    Heh. Excellent phrasing :D Thought about getting a couple, but then I remembered the growing hole in my shoes and ordered 2 pairs instead. Also don't need yet another different racket, until I got 4 or 5 of my go-to I'll have to put a stop to test-buying a new one every other month ^_^"
     
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    Looks even better strung :)
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    Really reminds me of an red RKEP pro6000 racket... Anyway I'm rejoining the club!! (Well when it arrives)
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    Hey Thanks for the info guys.

    Already got too many rackets but itching to get another.

    But its basically between the Bs12 or TK8000, so as Maklike has said, if anybody has some feedback, would be appreciated.

    BenWill if you are reading this then let us know how your latest rackets are. If I am correct you have the JJS, TK8000 and Light Fighter 7400. (pictures from your Facebook)

    Thanks
     

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