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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Has anyone compared MX70 with this? What's the difference in bp, stiffness, play, feel, etc? I have an MX70 and just wondering.
    let me share as I've tried both. (both in 4U).

    They play quite different IMHO.
    The JJS feels more solid and a tad head heavier.
    I feel some vibration from the MX-70, almost none from MX-JJS.

    All of my friends who've tried these racket agree that the JJS is a better racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakulaw View Post
    let me share as I've tried both. (both in 4U).

    They play quite different IMHO.
    The JJS feels more solid and a tad head heavier.
    I feel some vibration from the MX-70, almost none from MX-JJS.

    All of my friends who've tried these racket agree that the JJS is a better racket.
    Tks!

    Hmmm... looks like I should pick one up to try before they're dc'd.

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    I highly recommend trying it out.

    I haven't tried as many rackets as you but Ive tried a few prominent ones (YY arc 7, 10, 8DX, TI-10, Victor SW35, MX-60, MX-70, MX-JJS, BS-12, RKEP PR0 6K, PRO 9K).

    MX-JJS is quite special.
    Last edited by bakulaw; 09-26-2013 at 10:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review is now live!

    Thanks for the comments DB. I think that must be a case of great minds think alike!

    Paul
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    Nice review, thanks Paul!
    Would you test the MX-London and compare them both?

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    I have tested MX70 and London but they are not as good as JJS. Sadly it's hard to compare because i test so many rackets and a fair comparison can only be done if I have the rackets at the same time.

    However, I consider there is a gulf between JJS and MMX London or MX70. Having used both of these they simply do not possess the solid feeling and power of JJS.

    Whilst Victor make a lot of rackets with similar specs, they all feel and play completely different. Very clever.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review is now live!

    Thanks for the comments DB. I think that must be a case of great minds think alike!

    Paul
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    I've been reading your racket reviews for quite a while and I must say, excellent review on the JJS! I've had this racket for a year now and my thoughts are the same. Its measured specs put it at head-heavy...yet it feels just as fast and maneuverable as my MX80. It somehow even manages to feel more solid and produces harder smashes with much less effort. It's a very special racket in the victor lineup and my favourite by far!

    I do however, feel that it is a pretty stiff racket (less stiff than MX80) when you stated that it felt more medium stiff.

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    @quixilver

    I too have tried the MX70 and the London and in my opinion, they are nowhere near as good as the JJS. In fact, the London I tried out was awful. It didn't feel like a Meteor racket at all. It lacked that crisp feeling you get with meteors. It was like playing with a wooden log; I could not get any power out of it and it felt numb.

    Onto the MX70, it's a much better racket that the London but not as good as the JJS. It just feels...off. Like the London, it feels a bit numb and it also has this weird slight vibration to it. It's not much of a precision racket but it's decent with smashing.

    I do however stress that these are my personal opinions. Everyone's different. For example, my buddy has a MX70 and he loves it which shocks me to say the least!

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    Just received my JJS and had three good sessions to get use to the racket.. I had always used YY 900P (will always be one of the best racket in history). Anyway, I never thought I will purchase a victor racket but just wanted to try, since I have heard good reviews..especially SW35. Going back to JJS, I have to say...i love the racket. I find it so easy to control the drive, clear, net and drop.. I was caught off guard.. the most surprising is the smash.. I was really enjoying it.. I can control different shuttle steepness.. its amazing.. unfortunately, this is only limited edition. So back to the drawing board to find a replacement. .

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    Just buy a couple or hope the mx90 is just a repainted jjs

    Quote Originally Posted by Marpan3012 View Post
    Just received my JJS and had three good sessions to get use to the racket.. I had always used YY 900P (will always be one of the best racket in history). Anyway, I never thought I will purchase a victor racket but just wanted to try, since I have heard good reviews..especially SW35. Going back to JJS, I have to say...i love the racket. I find it so easy to control the drive, clear, net and drop.. I was caught off guard.. the most surprising is the smash.. I was really enjoying it.. I can control different shuttle steepness.. its amazing.. unfortunately, this is only limited edition. So back to the drawing board to find a replacement. .

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    I'm considering between 3u mx jjs and vt80, in term of smash, quick, etc, kindly help to share on capability of the racquets.tq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review is now live!

    Thanks for the comments DB. I think that must be a case of great minds think alike!

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    Hi Paul,

    Will you advise on 3u JJS vs 3u VT80? Is VT80 still your favourite at the moment?

    regards

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    Just ordered a pair of these in 3U. Will see how they compare with my other favourite racquets.

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    should i get 3u or 4u?

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    shall I have chicken or fish for dinner?

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    Neither... beef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    shall I have chicken or fish for dinner?
    I play in a doubles league, I use a 3U and feel no need to get a 4U if that helps.

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    It really depends. When I had my 3U, side by side it felt heavier than my 3U Vt-80.
    I have a 4U now and it doesn't really feel light either!

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