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Thread: victor bs12 vs mx jjs???
06-23-2013, 06:42 AM #1
victor bs12 vs mx jjs???
OK I am a intermediate player who players doubles! I have a victor meteor x London an really like it! I have it strung at 27. The strings have broken from time to time and this is normal. It is my birthday coming up my wife asked me what would I like so a back up racket would be good as its really annoying playing with my very old racket! Now the rackets I am looking at is the jjs as its almost the same as the mx london so it would be easy to change rackets in the middle of the match! But it would be nice to try another racket and as I play doubles bs12 would be great for that! Any ideas (a little tempted with tk8000) thanks
06-23-2013, 11:37 AM #2
I think the MX JJS will fit you perfectly. If there is another option, I think it is going to be BS11, not BS12.
But be careful, BS's head swing speed is faster than that of MX's.
06-23-2013, 11:51 AM #3
Cool I think you might be right! But still am tempted on the bs 12 as I have not used many different rackets and would be nice to see, but then the jjs is a good option but I don't think I can go wrong with either!
06-23-2013, 10:39 PM #4
I guess many of your friend have the BS12 or the BS11, right?
You can asked them to lend the racket for some sessions, and then, you can decide to buy which racket Good luck. (Sr if my English isn't good )
06-24-2013, 02:13 AM #5
That would be ideal but in the UK not so many people play withe victor! Manly yonex or Carlton!
06-24-2013, 02:33 AM #6
depends on what you want more,
if power/attack, then mxjjs
if speed/defence, then bs12
if crazy power, then tk8000
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06-24-2013, 11:06 AM #7
right,That would be ideal but in the UK not so many people play withe victor!
06-25-2013, 07:54 PM #8
I personally have a few rackets and while it's fun switching between them on a club night it is also quite disrupting if you are serious about improving your game. If you have to have two rackets perhaps it's better to stick with the same type and avoid big swing differences such as between mx series and bs.
06-25-2013, 11:40 PM #9
06-26-2013, 01:55 AM #10
Yep think you guys are right! If I start changing rackets that is not the same or very similar then all my timing will be off!! Cheers guys!