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    Well, for ME the metallic feel is rather something negative or at least strange thing. I didn't like the feel of MX-70 when I was playing it one or two sessions. It feels different to all other rackets. It doesn't feel cheap of course. It's just... Weird? :P

    Whatever. I'm still interested in MX-80 and MX-JJS. But I really should stop buying rackets for this year

    @canadianbadmint: You've said MX-JJS is more metallic in feeling, right? And the MX-80 felt crispier? So the MX-80 has the better feeling?
    Or let us say: It has the better vibration?
    Because feeling is also affected by the stiffnes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Meh... too much focus is placed on the mx80's metallic feel, IMHO. If you pair it with a softer or medium feel string, you can always change it to whatever feel you like. As been said many times already, just don't be silly and use bg80 at over 26lbs.
    Even that isn't necessarily bad. I found out that my BG80 at 25 lbs on my MX60 was actually 27-28, and I actually really like it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    Even that isn't necessarily bad. I found out that my BG80 at 25 lbs on my MX60 was actually 27-28, and I actually really like it now.
    I was referring to the mx80's hard feel which is due to its extra stiff shaft, not the mx60 which had major head lag and felt like a noodle in my hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Well, for ME the metallic feel is rather something negative or at least strange thing. I didn't like the feel of MX-70 when I was playing it one or two sessions. It feels different to all other rackets. It doesn't feel cheap of course. It's just... Weird? :P

    Whatever. I'm still interested in MX-80 and MX-JJS. But I really should stop buying rackets for this year

    @canadianbadmint: You've said MX-JJS is more metallic in feeling, right? And the MX-80 felt crispier? So the MX-80 has the better feeling?
    Or let us say: It has the better vibration?
    Because feeling is also affected by the stiffnes.
    Oh...the metalic feel is bcz less vibration and you feel not comfortable? To me I don't like the vibration, that is a good feeling for me at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    Oh...the metalic feel is bcz less vibration and you feel not comfortable? To me I don't like the vibration, that is a good feeling for me at least.
    yeah me too. to me the good feeling is when I smash, the racket head react no vibration, stable shaft whipped and no torsion frame. and the most important things are all of this goods have in mx jjs.
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    Went to Hock Eng, Bangi this afternoon. They said they don't have in stock yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by :renegade: View Post
    Went to Hock Eng, Bangi this afternoon. They said they don't have in stock yet.
    bro, don't ask again untill early next year if u wait my code.

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    Wah, really? have budget for new racket right now. continue hunting for new high end racket

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    JJS TW coded temporarily sold out at this moment, the next need to wait for early October, my last three pieces all went out to one customer in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by :renegade: View Post
    Wah, really? have budget for new racket right now. continue hunting for new high end racket
    what racket are you looking for?

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    Excuse me fellow badminton lovers, now I've decided to buy the MX-JJS
    However, e78 (my preferred dealer) says he's only got the CN coded for it.
    So, can anyone tell me the difference between CN coded and the HK coded as well as the TW coded??

    P.S he even told me that the CN coded is much expensive than the HK coded,and the look of it does not have a difference..... he does not have the TW coded (yet or I dont know)

    Thanks For Helping

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    Quote Originally Posted by James.Foo View Post
    Excuse me fellow badminton lovers, now I've decided to buy the MX-JJSHowever, e78 (my preferred dealer) says he's only got the CN coded for it.So, can anyone tell me the difference between CN coded and the HK coded as well as the TW coded??P.S he even told me that the CN coded is much expensive than the HK coded,and the look of it does not have a difference..... he does not have the TW coded (yet or I dont know)Thanks For Helping
    Yeah. I've emailed him as well and he told me that he doesn't have the hk coded ones anymore. He also told me that the CN coded ones were good. But as I've read on the previous posts on this thread of what others have said, I have decided not to proceed with the CN ones. My order with MBS is finally coming in. Hopefully by the end of this week and I've ordered the mx JJS. Can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by James.Foo View Post
    Excuse me fellow badminton lovers, now I've decided to buy the MX-JJS
    However, e78 (my preferred dealer) says he's only got the CN coded for it.
    So, can anyone tell me the difference between CN coded and the HK coded as well as the TW coded??

    P.S he even told me that the CN coded is much expensive than the HK coded,and the look of it does not have a difference..... he does not have the TW coded (yet or I dont know)

    Thanks For Helping
    CN/HK/TW basically the same as far as output, there are currently all produced in China, even though it has various factory and QC satisfaction level only, most of my friend here buying TW as because of TW more better quality control.

    In term of price, CH is cheaper than HK and HK is cheaper than TW, I think it is due to the shipping cost since factories all in China.

    In short it probably not much differences, so far I encountered the first batch CH color is not sharp, look very fake, but the second batch I saw from the other distributor seems similar already. May be the first batch defects.

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    frankly i bought the first batch cn code. i hv no problem with the paint quality.

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    Can give me your cone code please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    Can give me your cone code please?
    got code no at cone meh?

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    Received the racket today, strung it with first gen Zymax 70 at 26lbs. Have to wait till thursday to give it a try.

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