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Voltric Z force II vs Arcsaber Z slash vs Arcsaber 11

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Chopper-kun, Aug 9, 2014.

  1. Chopper-kun

    Chopper-kun Regular Member

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    I need help to decide whether I should keep Arcsaber 11.

    I mainly use Voltric Z force II, 3U,G4, even in double. Then my secondary is Arcsaber Z slash.
    Both setting is BG66 ultimax 24lbs.

    Arcsaber 11 haven't been practical compared to those two above, using NBG 99, 25lbs. I haven't yet tried BG66 Ultimax 24lbs on this racket.

    I have tried different setting from my friends and they move practical in power but very seem to feel trampoline string effect, affecting precision control and high-repulsion for setting like 22lbs, nbg98.

    So could you please provide more review on arcsaber 11 compared to other two.
     
  2. john1994

    john1994 Regular Member

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    well are you single player or double player? If single I say vtzf II and if double I say get a vtzf II but 4u.
    Arcsaber 11 is a good racket, but overall I find vtzf II feel better because offensive is always more comfortable then defensive, while arcsaber 11 is half half. But I prefer 100% offensive. I don't like 50/50 because is useless, just like when u play a game either u win or lose, no 50/50.
     
  3. waterbee

    waterbee New Member

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    I'm using voltric z force ii 3u g5 with by 85 25 lb and find it smash clears drops flicks and net plays are good but using it to block smashes, perform deceiving move which requires wrist and returning quick drives with a drive, bad, due to its heavy weight. I recommend using zf2 in singles but not doubles unless you havestrong arms and wrist.
     
  4. rgarteteach

    rgarteteach New Member

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    good,prefer 100% offensive. I don't like 50/50 because is useless, just like when u play a game either u win or lose, no 50/50. thank you [​IMG]
     

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