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Yonex ArcSaber 10 or ArcSaber Z Slash or Voltric 80 or AT900 P or Victor MX80

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Polaroid, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. Polaroid

    Polaroid Regular Member

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    Yonex ArcSaber 10 or ArcSaber Z Slash or Voltric 80 or AT900 P or Victor MX80. I don't really know what to get. Right now I can do some lovely smash with my NS9900 but I just want another racket. Mostly I play doubles.
     
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    Or the Li Ning N90 II
     
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    Victor Bravesword 10

    Ridiculously fast swing, light, and stiff

    One of my best purchase I must say
     
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    ahh i see but then whats the difference in BS 12 and BS 11 compare to BS 10?
     
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    I don't know the difference between 12,11,10

    I just know that the 10's are the stiffest in the bravesword series

    I think the 12 + 11's are a bit flexier and head heavy

    Have to do more research

    See if you can rent one before you buy
     
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    i just got a 4u at900p with the intentions of using it as my singles racket as i have a couple of lovely doubles rackets, but i actually use it for everythin now.... surprisingly nice!! hopefully they come down in price now so i can get some spares!
     
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    Yeah the AT900P its pretty nice. I used my friends AT900P LCW for warmup MAN it felt amazing. Smashes were nice, drives, drops.
     
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    Voltric 80
    It is a new racket with new technology which could help your game.
     
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    I tried the VT70 before. I was wondering is it close to VT80??
     
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    The Voltric 80 is stiff as the Voltric 70 is Medium
     

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