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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    all mx60 user, from the first day u start use this racket..have u break your string?
    String on Mx60 is very durable for me.. It's last me around 35 hours game play. My previous racket last about 20hours.. I'm using vs850. The eighty eighty works!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvn4000 View Post
    String on Mx60 is very durable for me.. It's last me around 35 hours game play. My previous racket last about 20hours.. I'm using vs850. The eighty eighty works!!
    wow, u must be have log book in your bag..

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    wow, u must be have log book in your bag..
    Nah... I played 3 or 4 times a week. 2hours each... Easy calculation :-)

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    Cool mx 60 28lb

    Quote Originally Posted by OctoLotuS View Post
    My red BG66U strung to 24lbs hasn't broke yet after 20 hours court time (will probably snap this weekend now).
    looking at ur posts i am thinking of restringing my mx60 which is currently strung at 28/26
    with vs850. i have't got a chance to test it in the court yet. i love my vt80 n looking forward to test mx60. where abouts do us play mate i am in macquariefield nsw

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    so my conclusion for ngy98 after combo with mx60 is the string is dead after use it in 2 months. the repulsion maybe left 4.5/10. so next string probably bg66u.

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    I'm looking forward to testing this racquet next week. Hopefully my review will ready soon after. I will be playing with the racquet pre-strung so I'm hoping it's reasonably tight to get a good feel.

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    Any update

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    I still find it strange Paul that you wouldn't string every racket you get exactly the same, so you'd then be spending time actually reviewing the racket and not trying to imagine how it would play with a different string.

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    Maklike

    Every racquet I test is purchased by the retailer I am connected to. They use the racquet as a demo. I therefore don't have the luxury to re-string the racquet to my preferred tension. Most demo racquets are lent out with the original string initially. When the racquet needs a re-string, it is strung at 23lbs tension.

    If I had both the chance and time, I would string every racquet I'm testing at 26lbs in Ultimax, but sadly, that's not the deal.

    The good thing with the Victor racquets is that they usually arrive unstrung so I get the opportunity to string them, but only up to 23lbs tension.

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    Just order my mx60

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    at last i've got the chance to test my mx60 today on court. wow what a racket. my smash was explosive probably better than my vt80 by an edge. i have to mention though vt80 was strung with bg65 and mx60 was with vs850 which is similar to bg80.
    overall back court clear, net play and defence impressive and no elbow or forearm pain. but the funny thing is after two hours when i started to play with vt80 i couldn't handle it. misshits and feel very stiff .to me vt80 is not a stiff racket, its my own feelings though.
    in conclusion the playability of victor racket is great. next racket i am gona try are bs10 and sw35, both are stiff.

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    BS10 is one of my all-time favourite racquets. SW35 is a different animal altogether as it's possibly the stiffest frame from Victor. It also has the heaviest head so it's definitely an offensive players racquet. This used to be a favourite of Jung Jae Sung.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    BS10 is one of my all-time favourite racquets. SW35 is a different animal altogether as it's possibly the stiffest frame from Victor. It also has the heaviest head so it's definitely an offensive players racquet. This used to be a favourite of Jung Jae Sung.

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    the sw35 is headviest head but don't feel static headheaviness as mx series.

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    Courts are booked for Friday to test Meteor 60 and 70. Can't wait.

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    The 60 is the pick of the bunch, I've decided. Heh

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    Thanks for that Maklike. I can't wait to test this racquet on Friday

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    A quick question for someone who has tried the MX60 and Bravesword LYD. How would you compare the weight between them on the court. I own a BS LYD but find it difficult to wave it around for a long period of time. I now play with a BS12 but would like a slightly head heavier racket. Anyone think MX60 is a good weight?

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