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Victor New Racket Meteor X JJS ??

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Polaroid, May 18, 2012.

  1. Ferrerkiko

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    I myself also give myself try BS 10 for 2 months, i finally give up, sold off.

    Just feel that BS 10 does not have the same feel as BS 9.
     
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    BS10 more stiff then BS09. And swing much more faster.
     
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    Maybe BS10 is the stiffest of the BS series
     
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    Perhaps... maybe next year Victor will launched for stiffer racket for BS series. :D
     
  5. Ferrerkiko

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    I hope Victor will continue to produce good, stiff quality racket within our budget $170-$220 range, and give Li ning and Yonex a good competitive edge.
     
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    Your wish is command for Victor. But all of manufacturers also want to produce good product for all their customers.
     
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    Got the MX80... It is perfect for me for doubles... Sticking to my N90 for singles :)
     
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    Gave it a bi tover 2 weeks playing 20h a week and I still felt uncomfortable with it...then I tried my 80 just to see and all my shots started to work again, swing issues fixed, shoulder pain gone, better smash better defense
     
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    in my opinion , not worth spent more than $240 on a racket , when crash , paint chip out , crack, not able to string high tension anymore.. This say through my experience from my yonex armotec 700 with tension 27. When smash , racket head over turn, my $240 goes to the drain.. From that day onward , I switch to Li ning and victor, I am satisfy with N90, Victor super wave 35, no problem stringing with 28 tension.. After playing i am happy with these 2 rackets.;)
     
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    Paid 165 ea for my jjs :p
     
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    Was wondering if anyone could compare mx jjs 3u with voltric zf 3u?
     
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    Sure...once I get my MX-JJS. I'll write a quick comparision to the VT-ZF. Both rackets will be 3U.
     
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    Nice. Waiting for it
     
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    I Believe for victor ARTERY TEC Ti-99 2U is the stiffest, can be omparable to MX80 .
     
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    Saw the JJS at a store today... Must say I like the color... But have too many rackets already lol... Oh it's tempting....
     
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    Sell a couple of your rackets to buy this new one. ;)
     
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    (poison) Get the racket :D
     
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    Yes, need to sell some old rackets, just lazy... Another impulse buy lol... On first impression though, I still prefer my N80 over the MX-JJS, but will give it another try with the feather group on friday...
     
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    Can you explain us the main differences and why you prefer the N80 over the MX-JJS?
    I think both of them are interesting rackets. I think they have similiar spec, haven't they? Stiff, but not too stiff. Head heavy, but not too head heavy.
     
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    Well, I only played about an hour or so with the JJS, spec wise they might be similar but for me the N80 still generates more power and feels quicker than the JJS... Will play some more with it to get a better guage but that's what my inital finding is...
     

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