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Voltric 9000 and Voltric 6000

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Ayush Bhardwaj, Oct 6, 2017.

  1. Ayush Bhardwaj

    Ayush Bhardwaj Regular Member

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    Has anyone heard of these racquets Voltric 9000 and Voltric 6000 saw them on two websites today. It claimed that both are Made in Japan racquets and certain specs about them but I cannot find any information about them from Yonex's official site or from any other site.
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    https://www.sportsuncle.com/yonex-voltric-9000-badminton-racquet.html

    http://www.khelmart.com/Tennis/items/Yonex-Voltric-9000-Badminton-Racket.aspx

    And for Voltric 6000

    https://www.sportsuncle.com/yonex-voltric-6000-badminton-racquet-made-in-japan.html

    http://www.khelmart.com/Tennis/items/Yonex-Voltric-6000-Badminton-Racket.aspx
     
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    Sidboss New Member

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    Already i was confused between Votric 50 E-tune and Duora 88...and then these Voltric 9000 and Voltric 6000 came up...Man midrange is so confusing...can anyone help...
     
  3. Ayush Bhardwaj

    Ayush Bhardwaj Regular Member

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    Same here bro! I too was confused between 50 e tune and 88... But I went for 50 E Tune
     
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    Are baseline to baseline backhand clears good with 50 etune?
     
  5. Ayush Bhardwaj

    Ayush Bhardwaj Regular Member

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    Yes they are! But its a hard to handle racquet! Its too head heavy and requires considerable skills! ... So if you feel that you have skills to tame that bulky beast... That you should go for it!
     

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