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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Yes. It is because it has the latest technology of Yonex. The optimum power for Voltric 80 is very great, but not all people can use it due to the head heaviness.
    What technology exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    at the moment i play with a wilson Ncore but want to upgrade.
    What shape is that racket anyway/which model exactly, oval or isometric/regular? And any clue what string and/or tension is in it?

    Some modela with an enlarged sweetspot are those Yonex' with "Mega Frame" technology, like AT70MG and AT30MG. The 70 one seems to be the less headheavy one but still it should be noticeable ...
    Anyway for those prices better rackets are available and if you need a bigger sweetspot: drop your tension
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    Regular shape, bg 68 and tension high

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    Here's another brand/tech that supposedly offers larger sweetspot (as I came across in an old thread): Black Knight's Power Channel tech: http://www.badmintonavenue.com/Black...et-p/bagho.htm
    http://www.badmintonalley.com/Black_...hannel-890.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Here's another brand/tech that supposedly offers larger sweetspot (as I came across in an old thread): Black Knight's Power Channel tech: http://www.badmintonavenue.com/Black...et-p/bagho.htmhttp://www.badmintonalley.com/Black_...hannel-890.htm
    Does the vt80 have big sweat spot

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    I've read somewhere tha Victor's Artery Tec range have a big sweetspot but cannot comment as haven't tried them. May be worth a look though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benwilluk View Post
    I've read somewhere tha Victor's Artery Tec range have a big sweetspot but cannot comment as haven't tried them. May be worth a look though.
    Any idea where in uk I can find them. Also I'm following in love with vt80 after looking at reviews. Please please can someone tell me if it has a big sweat spot

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    Here is the link from Victors website in the UK - http://victor-sport.co.uk/index.php?...index&cPath=35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benwilluk View Post
    Here is the link from Victors website in the UK - http://victor-sport.co.uk/index.php?...index&cPath=35
    Do u think I should go for the victor or vt80 with my game?????

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    High end victor rackets are cheaper than high end yonex rackets. But to me, I feel it not that right because I may mishit oftenly when using my superwave 35. Do you have any badminton shop nearby? I suggest you to take a look of those rackets, try it and swing it. The feeling of holding racket can find you the racket which suits you most. VT80 is using tri voltric system which introduced by yonex, it has greater power and agility. It is aero box frame, since the frame is normal size, it sure have better sweetspot than arcsaber z slash. In conclusion, racket is just a weapon for you in badminton, finding a good weapon that suits you will make you to play better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    High end victor rackets are cheaper than high end yonex rackets. But to me, I feel it not that right because I may mishit oftenly when using my superwave 35. Do you have any badminton shop nearby? I suggest you to take a look of those rackets, try it and swing it. The feeling of holding racket can find you the racket which suits you most. VT80 is using tri voltric system which introduced by yonex, it has greater power and agility. It is aero box frame, since the frame is normal size, it sure have better sweetspot than arcsaber z slash. In conclusion, racket is just a weapon for you in badminton, finding a good weapon that suits you will make you to play better.
    Well I bought the vt80 so will know soon

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    I think the vt80 will serve you well but, it is quite head heavy and stiff. I don't know anything about your current racquet so I'm not sure what issues you'd face adapting. For me, defending and drops are no problem with the vt-80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunder.tw View Post
    I think the vt80 will serve you well but, it is quite head heavy and stiff. I don't know anything about your current racquet so I'm not sure what issues you'd face adapting. For me, defending and drops are no problem with the vt-80.
    I'm quiet strong so hopefully not be a problem

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    you bought the VT80 despite you prefering balanced and slightly flexible rackets ?

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    there is always a price difference between high end victor n yonex as 1 is made in japan, while the other is made in taiwan.
    But if u see li ning, its top end racket is also more expensive than yonex. or at least it is in my place here. li ning is made in china.
    My own personal feel is becoz china national team uses li ning, thats why its price is high.
    i personnally still prefer japan top end.
    but seriously in the end, racket is just like a car, you have a good car, doesnt mean u can b a F1 driver.
    unfortunately, not every1 have the skills to play well even with top end racket.

    i think most importantly is we enjoy the game n gain physically and mentally from the sport of badminton. or at least for amateurs like me.

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    I've only ever used balanced but my is all about power and smash and have been told head heavy is for my type of players

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    I'm quiet strong so hopefully not be a problem
    So fast you bought the Voltric 80? OMG. Hope you will like it. It is a great weapon. You may need some times to adapt it, but don't give it up=) Good luck!

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