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Yonex Isometric Alpha / Zeta / 4 Delta ???

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by superbird77, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. superbird77

    superbird77 Regular Member

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    Hello,

    i need a backup racket, and i have been thinking about...

    Yonex Isometric Alpha
    Yonex Isometric Zeta
    Yonex Isometric 4 Delta

    but i don't know the balance of these rackets.

    I need:
    FLEXIBILITY: medium
    BALANCE: even

    Did anybody play with ether of these rackets? or does anybody know characteristics?

    thanks for the help.
     
  2. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    What racket do you use now ?
     
  3. superbird77

    superbird77 Regular Member

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    Carlton PowerTrail Viper
     
  4. Windboy

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    I used Isometric Alpha for my third backup racket
    it's even balance and good for control player, but it's a bit lack of power for offense

    I never tried the other two, just hold them when choose to buy alpha
    It feel that the zeta has lack of control (just assumed)

    Thanks
     
  5. superbird77

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    i've bought the Yonex Isometric 4 Delta, because it was on sale for 25€. And i've played with it yesterday for the first time...
    ... and you konw what!?! it's not bad :) so i can say i'm satisfied!

    It handles a little bit different than the Carlton PowerTrail Viper or the Carlton AeroBlade Ti,
    i have to get use to it, and it's a little bit longer racket too, but it's definitely not out of their leauge :)
    i must say it suits my play wonderfully

    thanks everybody for the help, it is deeply apreciated :)
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    At least you are happy with the racket
     
  7. jordanbryant

    jordanbryant Regular Member

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    have you ever considered using another carlton because i have the power trail viper aswell and the are alot of rackets simular like my aeroblade TT, many of them are even balanced and medium flexibility :)
     
  8. superbird77

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    Yes, i've been considering it, but which is also similar to the carlton powertrail viper, besides aeroblade TT?
     
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    jordanbryant Regular Member

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    basicaly most vapour trail rackets because you can choose their balance and things on certain sites, plus on www.directsportseshop.com you can do an 8 question survey and they will choose you the best racket for your preferance :)
     
  10. lzlee

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    can some1 post specs or info abt yonex iso alpha/zeta/delta??
     

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