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Yonex VTIF VS VICTOR BRS12L VS VICTOR TK7000L

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by austincarreon, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. austincarreon

    austincarreon Regular Member

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    hi everyone!


    Please help me choose one of these 3.
    - Yonex Voltric I-force
    - Victor Thruster K 7000 L
    - Victor Brave Sword Light 12


    Stats about me:
    - a defensive player
    - perform a lot of net shots / play
    - scared of smashes (haha...but i'm learning from it)


    I hope you will help me decide / from one of the three.


    thanks! =)
     
  2. atypical

    atypical Regular Member

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    I vote for the Bravesword 12L. The light and slim handle makes this model a little head heavy, but still very quick and maneuverable. May not be the most powerful of the 3, but should fit your game.
     
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    yeahehehehe Regular Member

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    Bravesword 12 , Nanoray 750 . Fits your playstyle perfectly.

    BS12 for netplay , agility , and defence.
    NR750 for netplay , agility , and attack.
     
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    TeddyC Regular Member

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    VT-IF has a compact frame. Unless u r skilled, u will nd time to adjust the timing of ur stroke.
    TK-7oooL is designed for power players (ladies mostly) who like to smash.
    BS-12L is fast n responsive racket, gd for defending, net play, drives n counter attack.

    The choice is obvious then...
     
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    yeahehehehe Regular Member

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    And the BS-12 is also designed for lady players ;)
     
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    TeddyC Regular Member

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    Yup, it is...so long it works, who cares ; )
     
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    why vtif needs time to adjust?
     
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    TeddyC Regular Member

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    Compact frame = smaller head = smaller sweet spot
     
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    TeddyC Regular Member

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    Most ppl nd to adjust frm standard to compact head.
     
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    oh I see , thank you pro . I thought only the z slash is small head .
     
  11. austincarreon

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    thanks for your opinions / I appreciate it. / keep them coming.
     

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