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Victor Jet Speed 10

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tecdecs, Sep 11, 2014.

  1. tecdecs

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    Victor Jetspeed 10! Anyone know specs? Very nice colors and design.
     
  2. ZeroSOFInfinity

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    Wait... what? Jetspeed 9 just came out and now there's 10????
     
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    Oh wow. And there I was settling nicely with Jetspeed 9, when I heard Jetspeed 10 is coming out soon enough.... sigh, another hole in my wallet :(
     
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    Yes, there will be a Jetspeed 10, scheduled for launch very soon. [​IMG]
     
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    Might as well wait for Jetspeed 12 then. Heard it's coming out soon enough... my own prediction n no one else's... Lol
    ( *.^)
     
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    4U and 5U only... Next!
     
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    Then by the time JS12 is launched, we all can expect 6U & 7U weight. JS series is already head-light enough,.. can't imagine when the power come from for ligther version.
     
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    Indeed. 4U and 5U only. Victor please stop wasting materials and time on rackets that will end up underpowered. Paint looks ugly anyway. Skipping it. Might as well spend the premium on the JS S Bao. Higher tension warranty and very comfortable all round specs.
     
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    ...broken?
     
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    I don't understand the trend of lighter rackets. 3U for power and 4U for more quickness but who needs a 5U racket?
     
  13. Ch1k0

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    Can't comment on broken. I have to admit my jetspeeds have been holding up fine but they are 3U. Which still lacks any great power though.
     
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    5U is alright but it only makes sense if you're using like a boxy frame to compensate for the poorer aerodynamics
     
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    Those with weak hands?
     
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    What I meant was, the lighter it is the more likely it is to break (generally speaking). All my Victors are 3U and (touch wood) none have broke yet! Hope I'm not tempting fate by saying that!
     
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    Specs? Please, for the love of god, don't say 3/4 or 3/3...
     
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    How about 2/5 ?
     
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    I want 4/5 or 4/4. Damn frame needs all the help it can get.
     
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    Stiffness : S ○●○○○ F Balance : HH ○○●○○ HL . JS-10 will be launched Q1 - 2015.
    This rackets will have new development at shaft ( more lighter, more slim 6.8mm ), Frame will be smaller and will be more faster for swing speed.

    Along with this racket also launching 2 signature series rackets that endorsed by INA XD Player. JetSpeed S Ahmad, JetSpeed S Natsir.
     

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