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    I'm a hard smasher and I'm looking for a new racket. Can you advice de C7 of something else?

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    Its not a particularly stiff racket, but if that's not a problem and you like mildly head heavy rackets, then sure. Otherwise, I'd look for something stiffer and head heavier like a SW35, MX80 or VT80. You might also want to look at the RKEP Pro 9000, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Its not a particularly stiff racket, but if that's not a problem and you like mildly head heavy rackets, then sure. Otherwise, I'd look for something stiffer and head heavier like a SW35, MX80 or VT80. You might also want to look at the RKEP Pro 9000, too.
    Where do you get those Kason rackets? I live in Belgium, Europe if you know a good shop that sends abroad

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    None of those are Kason. SW35 and MX80 are Victor, VT80 is Yonex. RKEP Pro9k is RKEP, obviously. haha

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    Ok, figured it out

    I can have the Victor MX80 at $177 in a local store. Is that a good price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskawn View Post
    Ok, figured it out

    I can have the Victor MX80 at $177 in a local store. Is that a good price?
    What currency?

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    Belgian dollars!

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    US dollars

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    Well, it's certainly better than US prices...

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    How much is it at your place?

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    i just tried the c7 today.. its definitely head heavy but its also very light. easy to maneuver as well..
    will write more as i only used it for 3 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskawn View Post
    How much is it at your place?
    Retail for MX80 around here is 205 USD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hafeau View Post
    i just tried the c7 today.. its definitely head heavy but its also very light. easy to maneuver as well..
    will write more as i only used it for 3 games.
    Hi, looking forward for your write up on C7.

    I just got mine from someone in exchange with my MX80. Will try it at the court in few days time.

    I am looking for a racket which is not so demanding but yet with power and speed and can last me 2 hours session on court which MX80 can't fulfill. Not the problem with MX80, just that I am lacking of fitness and strength

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    Anyone knows how different is the C7/F9 from the Arcsaber 10
    Or it is more like the Armortec series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yengest23 View Post
    Anyone knows how different is the C7/F9 from the Arcsaber 10
    Or it is more like the Armortec series?
    Neither is really like the Arc10 except for the F9's paintwork which is slightly reminiscent.

    F9 is slightly similar spec-wise to Arc7, C7 is closest to an AT900T out of Yonex's range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    No, it's nowhere near as demanding as the MX80. The relative head heaviness is super easy to get used to because of the nice tactile feel of the racket as well as the fact that it's not overly stiff. In fact, if you're used to rackets around 295 and you want to try something head heavier and not watch your game go out the window, the C7 is it.
    Hey Maklike,

    Like u said, i'm now used to my 295bp BS LYD and wanted something head heavier so C7 would be a good choice huh?

    I was previously considering mx80. Just wonder if u can give me some advise... x80? C7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikki9394 View Post
    Hey Maklike,

    Like u said, i'm now used to my 295bp BS LYD and wanted something head heavier so C7 would be a good choice huh?

    I was previously considering mx80. Just wonder if u can give me some advise... x80? C7?
    If u were used to using victor racquets, i suggest going for MX80....C7 is abit hard to get use to for me....i didnt have any problems with victor's racquets for various models....

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