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Which Victor racket is similar to Armotec 500

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by sibi.thomas, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. sibi.thomas

    sibi.thomas Regular Member

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    I am looking into buying a new racket. I have armotec 500.No budget restrcitions

    I am doubles player who likes to attack but also wants to improve my defense(specially returning smashes). I am looking into buying a Victor racket but just need some guidance.


    Thanks in advance for helping me out
     
  2. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    based on what you mentioned, i am purely assuming that if you want to improve on the defense by switching rackets you want something that is a bit less head heavy? if that's the case, victor bravesword11 is great. it's not completely head heavy like the superwave35 or the spira21, and it's not as stiff. i find that it is easier to defend when i have a less head heavy racket and a tiny bit more "whippy", but it's could also be the way i swing tho.
     
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    Thanks G. Im thinking of getting Mx 70 4u. Wht u guys think. Help me out guys
     
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    mx70 is a great racket... it's one of my go-to rackets for doubles

    but you'll probably want 3u since you're already fine using a heavier at500... 4u will not have enough sting in attack
     
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    I suggest you to buy 3U or 4U MX80. 4U MX80 will have more advantage on speed, where 3U MX80 will have more advantage on power.
     

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