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    Sorry double post

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    Quote Originally Posted by leezzy View Post
    Thanks for the opinion. My singles partner uses the MX80, he says its stiff and it feels as stiff as my 9900. I tried the mx80 on court, it has a good swing speed and definitely packs a punch but I dont want to play with the same racket as my partner lol. I'd like to see how the voltric80 would compare to his mx80.

    Agree on the durability of the mx80, it sure lasts long. The paint job is also a plus for me.
    If you want a similar racket, grab the Mx JJS or MX london. Pretty similar to the MX80 (a bit less stiff i think) and you won't have the same racket as your partner

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    I would go for the SW35, because in my area you can get two SW35 for the price of one ZF,VT80, N90,N90II.
    Also for warranty reasons I would go for the Victor cause you can strung up to 28 X 30 Lbs. And it's not sluggish.
    You can check the rewiews by paul at www.badminton-coach.co.uk to make a good decision.

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    I've got a Yonex VT80, Z-Force, Li-Ning N90, N90-II, Victor BRS15 and SW30.

    Between these, I'm for the N90 if you're going for a high attack speed. You'll need some technique to get used to the racket, but its attack is the most explosive out of those that I've listed.

    The Z-Force is a monster, but it's a little harder to use than the N90 in my opinion; opens you up to less accuracy both in defense and attack.

    The VT80 is the easiest to use, with the BRS15 the fastest.

    Hope this helps! I've also written reviews of some of the rackets on the blog.

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    Thanks for all the advice and reviews!

    Went to a local shop today, and bought a Voltric 80 and a N90 , both 3u and strung with ns95 at 24lbs. Can't wait to try them out tmr evening. I'll write a review here after trying them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leezzy View Post
    Thanks for all the advice and reviews!

    Went to a local shop today, and bought a Voltric 80 and a N90 , both 3u and strung with ns95 at 24lbs. Can't wait to try them out tmr evening. I'll write a review here after trying them.
    do you swipe your card or just give a bunch of ''papers'' , sorry for being off-topic

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    I swiped the card .

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