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    Hi All,
    Can anyone compare the stiffness of MX80 and SW35 with Yonex racket?

    I've try NS9900, Ti10 Purple, AT700 NC, MP33.

    Thank you

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    @Rocker
    IMO, MX80 slightly feel like Arc 10. If you could find an arc 10, it is best to give it a try, to give you initial impression of MX80.
    MX80 is slightly flexible IMO and easier to handle as compared to arc 10, although arc 10 itself is also a forgiving racket...

    SW35...erm.. i have used it few times, i don't really like it.i just find nothing so special about it. maybe it is just me... i don't know..

    If you are in the consideration to buy between MX80 or SW 35, then surely MX80 is your way to go... it attacks as well as it defends, although it is not as fast as NS9900

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    ^^^ Huh? No way mx80 is more flexy than arc10. Mx80 is one of the stiffest racket around, stiffer than all of Yonex rackets other than possibly ns90000x.

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    @visor

    I have used 2 different MX80.. in my opinion it is still stiff but more flexible than arc 10...

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    I'm a bs11 and bs12 user. Went to a shop today and feel the swing it's really nice!!!! I always assume mx80 would feel heavy and I was wrong! Do you guys think as a bs11 and bs12 user can adapt this mx80??? Btw very hard searching a used mx80 :-(

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    @Visor & Licin
    I plan to buy head heavy racket with good maneuverability. I think these two rackets have that criteria.
    But I don't like super stiff shaft. I'm OK with Ti10, but I don't like NS9900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    @visor

    I have used 2 different MX80.. in my opinion it is still stiff but more flexible than arc 10...
    Never ever. I don't agree. Compared to the stiffness of MX80 the Arc10 is midflex to mid stiff.

    I don't agree with your statement that the MX80 is easier to use compared to Arc10, too. You need a strong wrist and fast armswing to wield and get the full potential of the MX80.

    And with your statement that you didn't find anything special on the SW35, I also disagree. Everyone has the right for an opinion, but you told us in three acts that you have a bad taste and and not much experience with these rackets.

    Are you a Yonex employer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Never ever. I don't agree. Compared to the stiffness of MX80 the Arc10 is midflex to mid stiff.

    I don't agree with your statement that the MX80 is easier to use compared to Arc10, too. You need a strong wrist and fast armswing to wield and get the full potential of the MX80.

    And with your statement that you didn't find anything special on the SW35, I also disagree. Everyone has the right for an opinion, but you told us in three acts that you have a bad taste and and not much experience with these rackets.

    Are you a Yonex employer?
    haha.. no2 i am not Yonex employer nor employee

    Yup I agree, everyone has their own opinion, we have to respect it..

    That's why i said, it is based on my opinion when i play with those rackets..everyone might have different views which sometimes also contradicting each others, i am okay with it.. that's why we are in this forum mate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    @Visor & Licin
    I plan to buy head heavy racket with good maneuverability. I think these two rackets have that criteria.
    But I don't like super stiff shaft. I'm OK with Ti10, but I don't like NS9900.
    Well in my opinion, head heavy racket which also good in maneuverability is Meteor X80...Arc 10 may work as well, but MX80 just slightly better if you bring maneuverability into the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Well in my opinion, head heavy racket which also good in maneuverability is Meteor X80...Arc 10 may work as well, but MX80 just slightly better if you bring maneuverability into the picture.
    Thank for the advice

    Actually, I have 4 candidates : AT900T, SW35, MX80, and N50.
    But, because I never have Victor racket before, I'll buy Victor this time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    Thank for the advice

    Actually, I have 4 candidates : AT900T, SW35, MX80, and N50.
    But, because I never have Victor racket before, I'll buy Victor this time
    You make a right decision....AT900T is not that maneuverable compared to MX80, unless you wanna buy 4U AT900T, the story might be different..

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    After two weeks of a lot of games, I sticked with the SW35 and must say, that this racket beats my affair MX80.
    @LD rules!: I'm addicted, too. Can't put the SW35 down. This love is too strong.

    See you guys. I must change my avatar.

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    ^^^ Both of your sw35 and mx80 3u or 4u? Strung the same, I presume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    After two weeks of a lot of games, I sticked with the SW35 and must say, that this racket beats my affair MX80.
    @LD rules!: I'm addicted, too. Can't put the SW35 down. This love is too strong.

    See you guys. I must change my avatar.
    Yeah, just something about the SW35 that you can't put down...

    Like sometimes when I am bored or not feeling in the mood to use the SW35, I'll use another racket like AT700LTD, or one of my friends rackets, and I will play well with these rackets, but then after a while I will feel that I'm missing something, so I switch back to my SW35 and everything feels just right

    I reckon I should try SW37 cause I've noticed that there are some rackets midflex that I like, but I'll have to see what the budget permits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^^ Both of your sw35 and mx80 3u or 4u? Strung the same, I presume?
    All my SW35s and MX80s are 3U, same towel grip and strung with BG66UM @ 25 lbs, same stringer, same machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    After two weeks of a lot of games, I sticked with the SW35 and must say, that this racket beats my affair MX80.
    @LD rules!: I'm addicted, too. Can't put the SW35 down. This love is too strong.

    See you guys. I must change my avatar.
    Pardon me, but Im having the same disease too. I even sold off my MX80 and VT80 is pending for sale now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizivincible View Post
    Pardon me, but Im having the same disease too. I even sold off my MX80 and VT80 is pending for sale now.
    your VT-80 is 3U or 4U ? how is the condition ?

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