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Thread: VT-70 and Replacement
11-05-2011, 05:11 PM #1
VT-70 and Replacement
Hello All, I bought a VT-70 less than 30 days and it was broken two days after hitting my knee when played double… I was very disappointed about its quality and reliability. In last two years my other two rackets (MP44 and AT900P) hit my body and other rackets many times w/o any issue… It's a new product from Yonex in 2010?!
I did some research and heard that VT-70 is a “fragile” one so I am afraid of using it again... I would appreciate your inputs on its replacement… Is 9900 is a good one and strong (reliability)? I think that myself is an “offensive” player but without strong power and prefer the racket with good Repulsion…
Thanks in advance for the help!
11-06-2011, 09:44 AM #2
May be you can try claiming warranty from Yonex. If not successful, you can try VT7. Probably half the price of a VT70 but with pretty decent performance and reviews.
11-06-2011, 10:05 AM #3
how many lbs you strung on your VT-70 ? or might the VT-70 manufacture problem ? better you send for warranty..
11-06-2011, 06:56 PM #4
Thanks for the replies... Yes, my seller is supportive and I have sent it back for warranty...I may have to exchange to another model since I am scared of the fragile VT-70… thinking of 9900 or new Nanoray…
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