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    Im just wondering if how many paint chips your JJS had.

    I have 2 battle wounds currently on mine.

    So frustrating lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahehehehe View Post
    Im just wondering if how many paint chips your JJS had.

    I have 2 battle wounds currently on mine.

    So frustrating lol
    The JJS is not a particularly durable racket with regards to the paint. It's a light coat with a matte esque finish. I think I already have a few knicks on mine whilst my MX90 and VT80 are still almost as good as new lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    The JJS is not a particularly durable racket with regards to the paint. It's a light coat with a matte esque finish. I think I already have a few knicks on mine whilst my MX90 and VT80 are still almost as good as new lol.
    I noticed the same with my JJS. What racket do you think has a better,durable paint? MX80 or 90?
    I believe white, silver, and black rackets are the best for concealing chips and knicks. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahehehehe View Post
    I noticed the same with my JJS. What racket do you think has a better,durable paint? MX80 or 90?
    I believe white, silver, and black rackets are the best for concealing chips and knicks. Lol
    Not really sure, maybe the MX90? But both have really durable paint application, and quite a thick lacquer layer. Much more than can be said for the JJS lol.

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    I wonder any of you have the same issue as me, I seem to have excessive string breakage from my pair of JJS. I have them range from 2 hours to 8 hours of court time life. Understand that I use a thin string of BG66UM and string it at 26x28lb, I am not expecting a very long playing life of the strings but from all of my previous racquets, they last a reasonable time of 15 to 25 court hours. Breakage location is rather consistence on either of the middle 8 mains but have some odd locations as well.

    I won't call myself an advance player but I am a seasoned players and been playing for more than a couple decade. I have had the JJS for more than 2 months now so should be fully adapted to the timing. Recently breakage was just last night and that string is nearly new and only has a couple hours of court time.

    This has been really frustrating, hope someone could shed some light.

    Ted

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    bad shots, mishits
    you should try switching to smth like bg80, it's much more durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    You know, I'm using my JJS more than any of my other rackets right now. Have the Z-Force II arriving in just a few days, so it'll be interesting to see if I end up switching to that for the long term or sticking with the JJS. For the longest time I just stuck with my VT80, which is still, along side the JJS, imo one of the best rackets currently available.
    I own both the JJS and ZJH.
    I bought the JJS first - and I was certain there wasn't a better racquet around.
    That changed when I bought the ZJH.

    The ZJH is the best racquet I have ever played with.
    Nothing from Yonex, Li Ning or whatever comes close.

    But, hey, that's just my opinion

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    PS: It's a shame the ZJH doesn't have its own thread.

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    guys, i think victor has poor paint durability.
    mine just bought 1 week, 3 times play, and already have paint chip.
    so frust, but i like the racket.

    no such problem with my li ning .. just have paint chip when hard crash only

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedayat7 View Post
    guys, i think victor has poor paint durability.
    mine just bought 1 week, 3 times play, and already have paint chip.
    so frust, but i like the racket.

    no such problem with my li ning .. just have paint chip when hard crash only
    we already know it

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    On that note....what do you think of this? Noticed some bubbles near the grommets afraid it might be biting into the frame....sorry for bad photo quality.Name:  20140416_214920.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterboy View Post
    On that note....what do you think of this? Noticed some bubbles near the grommets afraid it might be biting into the frame....sorry for bad photo quality.Name:  20140416_214920.jpg
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    This is pretty common - nothing to worry about.

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    Thanks for the reassurance Mark. My immediate thoughts were maybe I gotta pick up a new toy =)

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    Is there any other similar racket to JJS in the market? JJS my fav racket so far

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    Mx90 is a good replacement

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    IME, the two rackets r not the same at all. JJS shaft is way stiffer n thicker than MX90 shaft. These translate into diff head swing n game play.

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    When I compare my Mx90 and Mx JJS, I don't feel that MX JJS is stiffer than Mx90. Although I did not make any measurement of the BP (plain laziness), I felt that the both rackets have relatively similar weight and head heaviness. As I have commented earlier, I felt that I draw more power from Mx90 than MX-JJS.

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    Nah, MX90 is much easier and flexier than JJS.

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