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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    you bought the VT80 despite you prefering balanced and slightly flexible rackets ?
    Do u think it was a silly move?

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    time will tell, but it's not the specs that you said you liked, and apparently it's very demanding. An Arcsaber or something similar souls probably have been better choice, or a VT70, according to the specs you stated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    time will tell, but it's not the specs that you said you liked, and apparently it's very demanding. An Arcsaber or something similar souls probably have been better choice, or a VT70, according to the specs you stated.
    What u mean demanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    What u mean demanding
    quite tiring to use for long periods of time, unless you are quite strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    quite tiring to use for long periods of time, unless you are quite strong.
    At the moment I play 2 hour plus sessions and I use alot of power smashes and baseline rallies and i very rarely get tired so shouldnt be a problem

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    My current racket is same weight as vt80. Why is that so tiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    My current racket is same weight as vt80. Why is that so tiring?
    Actually weight is not an issue. Head heaviness is the issue. For NS 9900, it is also a 3U racket, but it swings extremely light. Although VT80 is also a 3U, but the head heaviness make the racket too heavy to swing because it demands more power to exert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Actually weight is not an issue. Head heaviness is the issue. For NS 9900, it is also a 3U racket, but it swings extremely light. Although VT80 is also a 3U, but the head heaviness make the racket too heavy to swing because it demands more power to exert.
    Power has never Been a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    Power has never Been a problem
    If you trust your ability so well, then I am glad for you. Waiting for your comments after using it. Hope you like it=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    If you trust your ability so well, then I am glad for you. Waiting for your comments after using it. Hope you like it=)
    Lol I'm Under alot of pressure now

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    One consurn I have is the vt80 easy to break due to the thinner frame???

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    One consurn I have is the vt80 easy to break due to the thinner frame???
    I think there is no problem for you unless you crash the rackets with another one or u knock it on floor. So far I had never heard of any broken vt 80 before. Perhaps paint chips got a lot =p

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    I think there is no problem for you unless you crash the rackets with another one or u knock it on floor. So far I had never heard of any broken vt 80 before. Perhaps paint chips got a lot =p
    Ok thing is Ive crashed my current racket with my partner alot I've got chips but thing else. Will I be able to get away with this with vt80

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero1856 View Post
    Ok thing is Ive crashed my current racket with my partner alot I've got chips but thing else. Will I be able to get away with this with vt80
    Not sure. Depends on his racket and how it crashed with your racket too. If he is using harder material racket, your racket will suffer the consequences. Make sure you be careful when play with your partner. If he / she is your normal partner, I think it is not so easy to crash with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Not sure. Depends on his racket and how it crashed with your racket too. If he is using harder material racket, your racket will suffer the consequences. Make sure you be careful when play with your partner. If he / she is your normal partner, I think it is not so easy to crash with him.
    Is vt80 has strong as most other standard rackets or weaker

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    Nah must be fake or freak accident

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