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    Victor has being doing succesful experiments lately

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    That's Victor. same spec but play differently

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    Paul

    I wont get to play badminton in the next 2 weeks so it's gonna be a little while to play with them side by side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deity View Post
    Just got my mxjjs today.. It's true that mx90 and mxjjs are so similar, yet so different. Everything is almost the same but the feeling is really unexplainable. I guess it's the material that makes all the difference! I haven't hit a shuttle yet but I will get back to this asap.
    Even two of the same model will feel different, considering Victor's weight variation.
    It's pretty silly to talk about a racquet's feeling when you haven't even used it yet... Goodbye credibility

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    ^ i understand that was stupid but I'm assuming you dont have both rackets and dont know what I mean. You dont have to defame. Someone already called it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blableblibloblu View Post
    Even two of the same model will feel different, considering Victor's weight variation.
    It's pretty silly to talk about a racquet's feeling when you haven't even used it yet... Goodbye credibility
    Disagree. You can get a feel of it, owe fast it will swing and head weight. Agree it's better to comment after actually hitting a shuttle though.

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    Just get on with the comparison review...leave the poor bloke alone lol

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    Actually, should b a rich bloke since he has two high-end rackets ; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckFeet View Post
    Disagree. You can get a feel of it, owe fast it will swing and head weight. Agree it's better to comment after actually hitting a shuttle though.
    I only buy a racquet if I like the 'swing' but in the case of the tk6k, I didnt like the swing at all. In fact I walked out of the shop. I had to read and re-read lots of reviews before going back. I retested 3u and 4u version, which felt almost identical and took the plunge. BTW I'm loving it.

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    3 sessions with the jjs and 3 broken strings. I can't tame the beast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranqq View Post
    3 sessions with the jjs and 3 broken strings. I can't tame the beast!
    High tension?
    Wrong string?

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    two times with vs850, one at 26X28 one at 24X26 and i also tried some old ashaway .73 string at 25X27. The most recent breaking on a backhand drive

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    bazzaman:
    Ur TK-6ooo is 3u or 4u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    bazzaman:
    Ur TK-6ooo is 3u or 4u?
    It's 4u, the 3u didnt feel much heavier as there's only a few grams in it. You could theoretically get the lightest 3u and the heaviest 4u and they would be almost the same weight.

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    That's exactly my thoughts...great minds think alike.

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    Just ordered one of these

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    Ahh finally. Time for my amateur review. Little background of myself: been playing the game for more than 10 years since my father was a badminton coach of a university before. I would say im an intermediate - i only started playing competetively 5 years back. I play on a club level now at least once a week - 4 hours per session. I like singles over doubles but im more useful in doubles since i love smashing. My style is mostly strategic and smashing whenever i get the chance.

    Now for the rackets specs. I got the mx90 3 weeks before the mx jjs so i got to spend more time with the mx90 which i thought i loved so much. Both 4UG2 mx90 - strung with bg 66 ult @ 26 lbs. Mx jjs - strung with zymax 65 @ 26 lbs. both orig grip removed - i gripped them both with used g10 then g11 on top of the g10.

    Initial reaction - both of their designs are beautiful, at least to me. Just by holding them, im sure my jjs is more head heavier than the mx90. String pattern is the same - i put them side by side and got strung by the same stringer.

    Hitting time!
    Mx90 - clears are very easy to do, little to no effort. I personally think it's less stiff than jjs but not that much. Drops, im not really good at but ive done so much better with this racket and probably also because of the string. Drives are awesome, it's fast and powerful for a head heavy racket. Defense is fun and unbelievable because i dont have to put that much effort to counter drop and defensive clears are easy and unexpected - you know when you think the bird is going out but out of nowhere, it's landed in? I had a lot of those moments with this racket. Smashing, oh I dont think i can stress enough how i love smashing with the mx90 cuz its just so good. Almost all the points i got tonight were from smashing. I love it!

    JJS - first off, i gotta say that this racket drained me, it's really demanding and if you dont put enough power on the hit, youre in a dangerous situation my friend. It happened to me twice before i ended my session. Moving on, the clears are really effortless, you can pretty much put the racket in an angle and use it like hammer and u will do baseline to baseline easy. Drops are pretty much the same with mx90 but this one, i can control more since i find it stiffer than the mx90. Drives are better than mx90 because i found it faster for some reason. Jjs outshines mx90 in defense imo, again, i find it faster and more powerful. Smashing, i think its obvious that im in love with smashing, especially with these two rackets im comparing. Jjs again, is very demanding, it will drain you faster than you'll notice. I was distracted with my love for smashing that i didnt know im getting tired until im THAT tired. My smashes were accurate, steep, and powerful - both the mx90 and mxjjs.

    Now im gonna tell you about the feel. They are almost the same racket but theres really something that will tell you they are different - like twins with different gender. I find that jjs is more like an extension of ur arm while the mx90 is a powerful tool you will love to use. Someone said that mx90 kinda feels hollow while the jjs is solid, and i agree. I think feel difference all come down to the material used. Jjs has little to no vibration, it quickly disappears imo, maybe because of the string + my grip setup im not sure. Mx90 has a different feeling of vibration, it's hard to explain really.

    In conclusion, they are both amazing rackets. Virtually same specs but different feel. If you were to buy either one of them, i suggest you buy both haha. Both because mx90 has a sexy design and mxjjs because it's limited edition and i love jung jae sung. You have to experience the rackets to know what we mean when we say they are different.

    Thanks for taking the time to read my first review. I tried hard! I hope my review cleared some questions. And critiquing my review will help me for my future ones! Thanks again

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