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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    ...either steel needle engraver getting blunt or the engraver missed his lunch...in both cases, manufacturer just want to cut costs...lol
    i think they use laser engravers now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    i think they use laser engravers now...
    Actually I also thought so.....

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    At the same time, has anyone compared the shaft between Mx JJS and Mx90? The difference seems not obvious to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock86 View Post
    At the same time, has anyone compared the shaft between Mx JJS and Mx90? The difference seems not obvious to me.
    90 has 0.2mm thinner diameter than JJS

    based on that does seem like 90 should be flexier, but the RRI indicates otherwise... hopefully some reviews will come in soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock86 View Post
    At the same time, has anyone compared the shaft between Mx JJS and Mx90? The difference seems not obvious to me.
    Mine arrives Monday, I plan to do a full and thorough comparison, including comparisons to the VT80 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    Mine arrives Monday, I plan to do a full and thorough comparison, including comparisons to the VT80 too.
    Nice to hear that

    After playing with MX90 for two hours, I find that my defence got better than my present mx jjs. Notably, my smashes was more solid than mx jjs. Not sure if it is new racket syndrome.

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    Ya , i agree . MX 90 is a good racket

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    This racket should be arriving in Canada over the next couple days!

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    I've used this for about 8+ hours, and I've found it to be a wonderful racquet, although I do suspect that the 3U version might feel a little more substantial, as my 4U feels very light. Regardless, the racquet in general is good for many things, the smashing feels effortless and is light and quick in defence. Very pleasing to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock86 View Post
    Nice to hear that

    After playing with MX90 for two hours, I find that my defence got better than my present mx jjs. Notably, my smashes was more solid than mx jjs. Not sure if it is new racket syndrome.
    I'd be surprised if my MX90 smashes harder than my JJS. I measured my JJS to have a 306mm balance point, and that's without string or wrapping. That's higher than even my VT80!

    Can't wait to try it either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smashface View Post
    I've used this for about 8+ hours, and I've found it to be a wonderful racquet, although I do suspect that the 3U version might feel a little more substantial, as my 4U feels very light. Regardless, the racquet in general is good for many things, the smashing feels effortless and is light and quick in defence. Very pleasing to use.
    I have 4U Mx90 and MX JJS. Probably, my mx90 still wrapped with the double layered plastic. That's why, I feel that it is heavier than my MX JJS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    I'd be surprised if my MX90 smashes harder than my JJS. I measured my JJS to have a 306mm balance point, and that's without string or wrapping. That's higher than even my VT80!

    Can't wait to try it either way.
    So far, I have not done any bp measurement. Based on my own feeling, I felt that both of my rackets (MX JJS and MX 90) have similar head heaviness.

    I have measured the circumference of both racket shaft (three readings - near T joint, mid point and near cone).

    1.MX JJS - 2.4cm/7.64mm thickness
    2. MX 90 - 2.3cm/7.33mm thickness
    The thickness of the shaft is based on the formula of which diameter (thickness of shaft) = circumference/3.14

    Although the measurements look obviously different, I don't see any physically difference between the shaft of MX JJS and MX90.

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    Hi Warlock86,

    I suggest you to measure the diameter of the shaft by using a Vernier / Digital Caliper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    Hi Warlock86,

    I suggest you to measure the diameter of the shaft by using a Vernier / Digital Caliper.
    Good idea, I am going to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock86 View Post
    Good idea, I am going to get one.
    nah, don't need it for much else... the circumference calculation is good enough for our purposes

    more important to have a digital scale accurate to 0.01g

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    Caliper can also be used for measuring the thickness of the frame

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    Got my MX90 finally. It is actually slightly more head light, and slightly more flexible than my Victor JJS. You can find some BP, shaft/frame thickness and weight readings I took here.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post2193860

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