06-14-2012, 10:48 PM #18
I don't even know if Arc10/7 are the best racquets for me since they are the only racquets I have tried. Arc10/7 are just fine to me but maybe there is a better one that I just don't know about?
This is what I want to find out.
06-14-2012, 10:53 PM #19
It take me 2 weeks to adapt to the ZF. In the past I always use the Ashaway Repulsor Series. ZF is my main racquet now
06-15-2012, 01:12 AM #20
Not really, i feel that the ns9900 is the extension of my wrist! I can dare say my smashes are stronger and consistent in power on continuous smashes compared to as when i used my ZF because i cannot carry and maximise the ZF's full potential
06-15-2012, 05:14 AM #21
1. Is the VZF suitable for you?
2. How long will it take for you to adapt to this racquet.
For me, I can usually tell if a racquet suits me within the first half hour of using it provided it has the right strings and at the right tension on it - and would have had a fair idea of whether it had potential through reading specs and reviews. But it would take me several badminton sessions to really adapt to it and find out its true characteristics. Only then can I really decide how good it will compliment my game.
But to go from say an Arc7 to a VZF is a pretty large jump in terms of balance and stiffness. So for question #2, as I said earlier is all down to you. Only you can answer this question.
I remember the biggest jump I made was when I went from a Carbonex 21 to a Ti-10 Long. This took me about a month to get used to the difference but it was a good transition and I knew from hitting the first few shots with the Ti-10 that this was something special.
06-15-2012, 08:57 AM #22
Hey guys, today (second day of trying Voltric) the racquet came much more natural to me. Still it didn't feel as good as Arc10/7 but the racquet felt much better than yesterday!
Since it felt fine, I continued to use it for straight 5 hours. In between, I switched with Arc10 and this time Arc10 felt a bit strange haha. Well, it wasn't completely strange, just a tiny bit.
And for your information, I use Arc 7 mainly to warm-up and to play 1 or 2 games then I switch to Arc10. To me, Arc10 can transfer much more power of overhead shots (mainly smashes) than Arc7.
06-15-2012, 11:20 AM #23
i am using these 3 rackets while playing games
1- VT-80 LTD 4UG5
2 - Arcsaber 10 PG 3UG5
3 - VT Z Force 4UG5
and there is no problem for me switching these rackets....
06-15-2012, 01:40 PM #24
depends on your learning curve and how quickly you adapt to the new racket
06-22-2012, 08:18 PM #25
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