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

  1. Ferrerkiko

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    I don't believe , Victor has 2U rackets, or will launch !
     
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    In fact they already has 2U on their rackets
    that is victor artery tec 99
     
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    Also Victor The Legend comes in 2U.

    I have both the Legend and Artery Ti 99 Tec in 2U and I can't play either...
     
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    No, i saw in victor webpage , Artery Ti 99 only available 3u & 4U.

    Yes only legend have 2U.
     
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    Seems Fererro Rocher keep messing around in this forum :mad:
     
  6. Ferrerkiko

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    I think Legend is the stiffest racket , victor have, stiffer than Mx 80
     
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    Below pic was took, during 2012 thomas cup.
    used by Sung Hyun Ko, Korea Double pair.
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    VICTOR_2012052801.jpg
     
  8. Ferrerkiko

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    Hi Victor fans: Are these rackets 2U?
     
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    Here we are:

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    2U The Legend and Ti-99 are rated to take up to 32lbs, compared to 3U which are rated up to 30lbs.
     
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    Agreed. Both 2U and 3U are terribly stiff. Not just at the shaft, but at the throat and head too. Quite unplayable at times.

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    yes! Finally in the VICTOR club!
    Hi fellow VICTOR fans =)
     
  13. Ferrerkiko

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    That is good like that I may want to buy from oversea the 2U rackets...
     
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    with the widest shaft
     
  15. Ferrerkiko

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    I believe the heavier the racket head , and shaft stiffest of a racket will produce the hardest smashes from the back.

    Only 2 racket that i have leaves me deep impression.

    Former Tan Boon Keong racket Nanospeed 9900, and Jae Sung Super wave 35.

    These 2 rackets are very stiff and packs power.
     
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    Hi victor fans: Is Lee Yong dae using towel grip or rubber grip to play on his rackets ?
     
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    Towel grip.
     
  18. Ferrerkiko

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    Thanks friend....

    Last time i use rubber grip, when sweat racket slip easily out of hand.

    So for towel grip is better for me.
     
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    Hi, new member here. Anyone tested fake bs 10 before ? Any different compare to the genuine one ? Recently went to a local badminton store and ask the price of the bs 10, they quoted me RM 600 plus, I said it's too expensive and the shop salesman recommended me the fake one, he told me it's almost the same feel like the original one. He quoted me RM 170 with stringing and single beg. It comes with TW code and he said it is from the highest grade, can string up to 26 lbs.
     
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    Negotiate a little or go to a different store. RM 600 is pretty expensive for buying a BS10 in Asia, you should be able to get it cheaper. Unless you don't really care about getting a BS10 and just want any cheap racket, I wouldn't get the fake as it will NOT have "almost the same feel like the original one". Since they widely vary, you have no idea what the actual quality of the fake is; it's highly possible that it'll break on you really quickly.
     

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