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Victor MX-60 (Broken Wooden Handle)

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by liyongbo, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. liyongbo

    liyongbo Regular Member

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    The racket was damaged when I was playing a stick smash in a double game from the mid-court. There were no collusion during the play and the racket was strung at 24 lbs with Yonex BG 66.

    My friend who owns a badminton pro shop help me replace the handle of the racket. But it doesn't feel as good as before. There is slight vibration in the racket now. Sigh.


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    riffsuad Regular Member

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    Ouch..why dont u claim foe warranty
     
  3. liyongbo

    liyongbo Regular Member

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    I did. The staff from mybadmintonstore was very helpful. However, they request me to send the racket to Hong Kong. My friend said he can help me repair it and it will be exactly the same. Hence, I decided not to send the racket back to Hong Kong.

    But it is now playing on my mind that the racket is no longer the same. I feel something not right. There is this slight vibration. My another friend who owns another MX-60 say the feeling is the same as his Mx-60. I now think that this is just purely psychological.
     
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    riffsuad Regular Member

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    Once we call for repair, never get 100% like before.
     

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