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Victor Meteor X 2012 London Edition Racquet and NS-880 String

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Sealman, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. BengGuan

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    Very solid racket compared to MX80. Stiff almost same, feel little bit weight at Frame but swing very fast. Almost as fast as BS10. Easily generate power. One word : Super.
     
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    So as of right now where can you get one, and at what price?
     
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    Our friend in Taiwan should have some.
     
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    New Victor Olympic 2012 badminton set!

    Manage to have the privilege to touch, feel and see for myself the first victor olympic set in Malaysia! It arrived and landed in Malaysia just yesterday and now is available in victor distributor in Malaysia which is located at Pandan Indah. Far east sport is the shop name.
    Consists of one victor MX-2012 racket, victor water bottle, victor special olympic string ns-880, victor white grip*(forgot whats the model name), victor olympic postcard or something like that, and 1 special memory card case,1 more is i think the cover for shoe as u can see it came with the golden word LONDON and finally of course the whole case..:D
    Those interested can go check it out;)
    Time for some pictures.
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    Very nice ! What the characteristic of the racket?
    :)
     
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    what about the price? :p
     
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    heard it cost around RM900~ for the set..
     
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    It's around rm1100++
     
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    It's not that expensive if you just get the racket only...
     
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    Not really. It is the most expensive Victor racket so far.
     
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    It will be priced the same as the BS LYD.

    The whole package is expensive, the racket alone is on par with other rackets.
     
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    In Singapore, it is selling at almost the same price as Yonex Z-Force which is slightly more expensive than BS LYD.
     
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    As far as I can tell it's not rare. I'm getting some from Taiwan. No problems and much cheaper
     
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    how much is it? :p 500++?
     
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    If you got friends coming back from taiwan then yes w string, grip
     
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    Thats cheap wish i have friends at taiwan lol
     
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    rm500++ without the bag and those 'special OG 2012' thingy?
     
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    Yup. Just racket, string and grip
     
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    I just received my Londons and the informative card that comes with the racket is the same as the MX80s, except they put a sticker on it. Would have liked to see how they rate the racket in their graphic (I doubt it's identical to the MX80).
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    I really like the looks of it in real. Resembles a lot to the MX80.
     

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