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

  1. radmaszeal

    radmaszeal Regular Member

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    fastest smash of the tournament was Xu Chen, 294 km/h if not mistaken. not sure what racket from Li Ning though (lazy to check lol)
     
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    me too, lazy to check. But I know that he's using N55-II usually (silver frame with red).
     
  3. LD rules!

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    Xu Chen's racket was gold and silver... N80 :)
     
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    Most like the LYD ltd mold. Good control. Am getting the EOM of it for my new release with Z-force colouring. kekeke.. ;)
     
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    Saw from the thread about MX60 and it seems that this racquet is making heads turn. Anyone wants to comment about this compare to SW35?
     
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    Saw from the thread about MX60 and it seems that this racquet is making heads turn. Anyone wants to comment about this compare to SW35?
     
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    mx60 faster then sw35. mx60 more control then sw35. mx60 more stable then sw35. mx60 easy to unleash the power compare to sw35. mx60 better then sw35...imo.
     
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    Wow... that is poisonous... hahaha... Where you play normally? Can I borrow your and have a few swing with it? :p
     
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    depend on ur preference actually. one of my friend didnt like it because he prefer extra stiff racket.
     
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    Hi, Victor fans! Can you intro some badminton shops which got sell Victor racket nearby Sheffield, UK?
     
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    Closest you have is BWS Sports in Bury or contact Ben on the forum.

    Either that or there is Central Sports - that's all there is in UK.

    Paul
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    Hi guys, I'm interested in getting a Victor BS LYD but I don't know whether if it could suite my taste.Or should I wait for the coming of the MX-JJS?

    Owned but ranked rackets from best(no.1) to last:
    1) Yonex Arcsaber Z-Slash TH
    2) Victor MX-80
    3) LiNing N50II
    4) Kason F9
    5) Yonex Armortec 70 MG LCW

    My style of playing:
    *mostly uses my Yonex Arcsaber Z-Slash TH* in all my games, *mostly plays in doubles* but also sometimes plays singles, mostly the *backcourt* guy but sometimes plays front when bored at the back.

    P.S Please be more concentrate on the * signs
     
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    I have only played with both briefly - I would agree that mx60 is faster and easier to access the power from, but not sure about more control or more stable.
     
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    I'm very sure an advanced player will find the stiff SW35 to be more controlled. Personally I haven't played with either racket, but there's no way a medium racket will have the same level of control as an extra stiff one. Especially not when the SW35 was always described as having a very direct and stable feeling.
    For an intermediate player with a normal swing speed, the MX60 will be more powerful though. To get good power out of the SW35 requires very solid technique and great swing speed....one of the reasons I decided to stay away from it :D
     
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    Million thanks on your reply! Cheers!
     
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    Always great to welcome more VICTOR fans in the UK :eek:)
     
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    If you are a Victor fan and live in UK, make sure you get in touch with Ben by email so that he can let you have all the latest Victor news as it arrives into UK. It's the only way of getting the inside information in the market.

    Paul
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    The stiffness (and small, stable head) make for a lot control, but the wild 300+ height left it feeling a bit wayward for me. My game is mainly defence/counter, so I rely a lot on direction changes and placement, and I find balance is the determining factor there.

    A 280-290 SW35 or M80... that'd be the ultimate in control.
     
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    Anyone review the Bracetec 4500 yet? Is it really as flexy as Victor claims?
     
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    mx60 is 300mm+ as well. Mine is 310 with strings and oem grip. I Didn't get round to measuring the sw35.

    As with a lot of things, extremes are not always best, though. Too HH and it's difficult to use, too HL and racket swings too fast. Both losing control.
     

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