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Victor New Racket Meteor X JJS ??

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

  1. Tedski

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    Jason:

    Did you get a 3U or 4U?

    Ted
     
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    I got a 3U, you're also going to buy one? :D
     
  3. Tedski

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    I was holding one earlier last week, it feel good but never got a chance to play with it. But I am interested in 4U tho. ;)
     
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    hands up if you want to see something very very juicy...
     
  5. victorgabriel1

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    What do you think about it Kwun!?
     
  6. SolsticeOfLight

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    Is it the raspberry smoothie I sent through the post?
     
  7. visor

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    Careful... this thing is pretty stiff.
     
  8. Ferrerkiko

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    I think MX 80 is still more stiff and prefer racket than JJS.

    As we have seen MX 80 has won JJS more titles than JJS racket.
     
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    He only used that in Indonesia Open and the Olympics and then he retired. How to compare that with MX80 which he used over 2011.
     
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    This my advise, dont u try to buy this racket if u are stiff racket lover like mx80.
     
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    Is someone here who owns the MX-JJS and is using it for SINGLES?
    How is i for Singles? It's surely nice for doubles, but what about singles? :)
     
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    It is more towards Doubles racket, but still usable in Singles, not as fantastic when you use it as doubles racket though.
     
  13. Accordaz

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    Thanks for sharing. What is not so fantastic for Singles?

    I've broken my ArcSaber 10 this last weekend, now I'm looking for another stiff (but not too stiff) racket which is usuable for singles AND doubles.
     
  14. Saiko21

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    HI, does any one know when this is coming out in the UK?
     
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    just showing off

    was in Taiwan for a couple days, picked these up from Kaoshiung, both TW coded :)

    not sure if I should keep the LYD as a backup to my bs10 (which I'm not giving up)... it doesn't feel that special just swinging around.

    JJS feels incredible, you can immediately feel a soul to it, can't wait to get it strung at Racket Suppy :)

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  16. Ferrerkiko

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    Cool, nice pictures.
     
  17. Licin

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    Considering VTZF ?
     
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    How much do you pay for in Taiwan?
     
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    Yep. I'm currently considering MX-JJS, MX-80 :)o), VTZF, N80
     
  20. Ferrerkiko

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    Very simple, if u are a victor fans, u choose MX 80, Yonex fans choose Z force.
     

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