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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    I was lucky to try out the Z Speed yesterday, and I can summarize it in one sentance.... "Plays like a Z-Force, sounds like a Z-Force, but it's Z-Force's younger twin".

    It's one of the heaviest rackets I've ever held - even at 3U. But it smashes like a 300 pound bat hitting a ball..... wow.
    Yep, told ya... my measurements don't lie, and neither do my experience with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingu View Post
    That depends entirely on the user, not the racket.
    We are not all LCW or LD. If we go with that argument, then demanding rackets like the ZF and N90 would be considered all-round rackets.
    However in reality we buy rackets to enhance our strengths or improve our weakness. The Arcs are perfect for almost everybody. The Nano's are one extreme and the Voltrics are another.
    And the Z's are an oddball.

    I would still like to try a Z-Speed though...don't mind a less head heavy version of the ZF!

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    i like my muscle power 99. I am thinking of buying a new racket to complement my mp99. Can anyone advise me whether this NRZS suits me.

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    Can't wait to try out the NRZS this week, borrowed one from my local shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bos_dc2 View Post
    Can't wait to try out the NRZS this week, borrowed one from my local shop!
    Heh... I demoed the exact same one 2 wks ago.

    Seeing that your go-to is a 4U VT80, do post back your impressions relative to it.
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    The words "import" and "duty" should never be put next to each other. EVER.

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    Will try my best to post a accurate review on this racquet.

    I have tried the z-force 3u (too head heavy)

    And nanoray 800 (feels heavy weighted but head light) (could not generate any power)

    The only other racquet that I adore other than my v80 4u, would be the mxjjs (which took me by surprise)
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    @silvertoes you also could opt @kennyscj for cheapest price in town for NRZSP!

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    I would LOVE to see a back-to-back test of the Z-Speed vs the Z-Slash at the same weight with the same string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bos_dc2 View Post
    Will try my best to post a accurate review on this racquet.

    I have tried the z-force 3u (too head heavy)

    And nanoray 800 (feels heavy weighted but head light) (could not generate any power)

    The only other racquet that I adore other than my v80 4u, would be the mxjjs (which took me by surprise)
    Please do share ur comparisons between Z-Speed and MX JJS

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    For those of you who are deciding between 2u or 3u... my suggestion, get the 3u.
    I have both 2u & 3u, and the 2u head is significantly heavier than the 3u, which already feels like a hammer...

    Or maybe, my arms are just too flabby to handle the 2u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngtai View Post
    i like my muscle power 99. I am thinking of buying a new racket to complement my mp99. Can anyone advise me whether this NRZS suits me.
    your mp99 nice condition? nxt time want to let go let me know

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    I've tried my new ZS 2U yesterday for 2 hours. I was using Nanoray 700RP previously. I played double mostly.
    Review:
    Although heavy headed side, I do feel that all my strokes landed at the back of court with minimal fuss, compared with 700RP. The swing and smash were sharper and with more control ( my personal point of view ). I'm a hard-hitter where smash is my main weapon, and I do feel that all my smashes that evening, were more forceful and I love the sound generated. My ZS were strung using BG80, 25lbs. Just a point to note, you will need more wrist and forearm movement in order to enjoy all the perks from using this racket.
    I've had few mis-hits (frame) in the beginning but after you play with it, you will realise that even frame hits can produce enough force to push the shuttle further than my 700RP.
    In conclusion, love this racket and thinking of getting another one with the same specs ( 2U ).

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    hi, i read your thread b4 and it seemed like you love z speed very much. How is z speed compared to mp 99 ?
    thanks

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    I've not used mp99 before, so I can't comment. Sorry

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    Sorry Wei Foong, I have replied wrongly. I should reply to Vajrasattva.

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    Wei Foong,

    Do you consider z speed head heavy, balance or head light ? All the while i have been using Arcsaber series and mp99, do you think i can handle z speed ?

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