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10-28-2013, 11:34 AM #1055
10-28-2013, 05:17 PM #1056
KT is using a ZS 2u or a 3u ?
10-28-2013, 08:32 PM #1057
Which do you guys prefer the z speed z slash or the z force?
10-28-2013, 08:52 PM #1058
10-29-2013, 12:48 AM #1059
I really think we shouldn't compare the amateurs with the pros. The have fast swing speed, more control and the necessary physical strength.
10-29-2013, 12:51 AM #1060
have bought one z-speed yesterday. really cheap one compare to RRP. it is original. Fake goods is a disgrace in germany, you will hardly found one here.
10-29-2013, 01:05 AM #1061
My Zspeed paired with ZM65 24x26 is fantastic, still have to work out the timing issues that i'm now experiencing but it's one fine racquet to learn with.
Far easier to use than the Z-Force lol. I still believe my Voltric 80 4u is an easier racquet to pick up and play but I like the challenge.
10-29-2013, 06:57 AM #1062
Who is currently using the Z-Speed but previously had the Z-Force and Z-Slash??
How do they compare??
I have a Z-Slash and Z-Force and love the Z-Force compared to the Z-Slash.
Wondering how this feels compared to the other Z-rackets.
10-29-2013, 09:35 AM #1063
I prefer the z slash to the z force. I only recently brought the z slash but the extra flex makes everything easier compared to the z force which I had been using for a year. I saw on directbadminton they rate the stiffness of the z force @ 53mm (extra stiff), z slash @ 58 (medium stiff) and the z speed @ 63mm (flexible). Is the z speed really that much more flexible than the z slash?
10-29-2013, 10:51 AM #1064
I have all the z series.
Easy to use: ZS> ZSP> ZF
I think many ppl sell ZSP because it's way out of their expectation.
It was rated not extra stiff not ultra head-heavy.
But it plays pretty stiff and heavy.
It's more stressful for my fingers to use ZSP than Mp100 & NS9000-X.
You have to treat this racket like ZF or AT700 ... etc.
Though ZS is much easier to use, I prefer ZSP much more.
The sweetspot of ZSP is simply way better than ZS.
Not about the size but the location and shape of the sweetspot is hella good to use.
I play badminton for more than 10 years and I have to train my fingers for this racket.
It's heavy but fast. Unlike other rackets, one can easily make fast and decent moves with ZSP.
Along with the performance comes physical demand.
10-29-2013, 11:15 AM #1065
10-29-2013, 12:51 PM #1066
ZF is more head heavy than ZSP. But I think ZSP is more physical demanding. I was OK using 3u ZF, though tiring. But using ZSP, I have to train my fingers or they will be injured for long time play.
BTW, my ZSP is only 3u. Couldn't imagine how heavy 2u is.
10-29-2013, 12:53 PM #1067
10-29-2013, 07:40 PM #1068
ZSPD feels fairly heavy when you're just holding it but it plays rather fast unlike a heavy racquet.
10-29-2013, 07:55 PM #1069
11-07-2013, 11:29 AM #1070
OK, here is some tips for you comparing all the Z racquets. All these Z racquets has small head and need to be accurate to get the most out of it.
ARCZ is the original and designed for 1 purpose, to break the smash speed record.
VTZF is head heavy to produce heavier shot in case you are smashing from the back.
NRZS is designed to break the speed record and with idea of pro can take the full advantage of improving all around play. The snap back zone will help only if you can hit the sweet spot consistently top half of the racquet (it is only about 1/3 size of regular racquet). Stiffer head design also helps the net control shot.
Please keep in mind, if you can not consistently hitting the sweet spot of NRZS, it is not for you.
11-08-2013, 06:16 AM #1071