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    Correctiont here so I requote this with the correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I am not quite fond of the Iso75 because of the MF design. I would say that the ISO60 was better than the ISO75MF.

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    yeah@!!!
    this isometric 75 mflt is 1 of the best yonex racket i have ever use!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yeah@!!!
    this isometric 75 mflt is 1 of the best yonex racket i have ever use!!!
    Is it due to the oversized frame?

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    mega frame
    hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    mega frame
    hehe.
    Do you find the ISO75MFLT to be extra flexible just as yonex describes it as?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    Do you find the ISO75MFLT to be extra flexible just as yonex describes it as?
    hmm...about flexiblity..
    i would say yes..because after i used it for so many years, i think this racket is very flexible!!.

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    I have used the Iso75 light for one year and won my First city tournament with it. Its a very reliable racquet. After that i used a yonex nanospeed 6000 raquet great raquet for control.

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    I regularly use the iso 75MFLT. I like it for its control. Other rackets I have or used are better for smashing (MP100, AT500) but I like control over power. I also owned a nano 6000 that had better control than the iso 75MFLT but it broke on a smash (not even a racket clash) just after 3 months of use- -was therefore awfully disappointed with the nano 6000's durability - -specially for its price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markburry_90 View Post
    I was just wondering.

    I have got a MP 100, and a Isometric 75 MF LIGHT.

    I really like the feel and play of the 75 MF LIGHT better.

    Does anyone agree ?

    Does anyone else have one of these?
    Looks like ISO 75 MF Light suits your game better. There is no right and wrong when choosing a racket. If it fits your game, use it and enjoy the game. Cheers.

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    The Iso75MF Light was my first racket... I liked it untill I got my Carlton rackets... Those were so much lighter and felt better than the yonex one... I do think it is a good racket though... no offense... It has pretty good power but it's just not my style. And it broke so I can't use it anymore... lol.. just when i'm having fun with a bunch of friends...

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    Quote Originally Posted by superstition View Post
    The 75 MF is the worst modern badminton racquet I've used. For the same price or less, the Wilson Hyper Hammer 85 is a better choice. However, since there are so many racquets on the market, there are probably better choices at this price point than that particular Wilson, since it's somewhat weak and unstable.

    From my experience, the Carbonex 20 Muscle is a vastly superior racquet, and the Wilson Hyper Hammer 85 is greatly superior.

    I didn't replace the factory string, which was probably part of the reason behind the 75's poor performance. However, the racquet had really bad control and was difficult to use for practically every shot. Mine broke internally in two places shortly after it was purchased, too. I've read that really flexible frames are not suitable for heavy hitters, because the frames flex and break. Perhaps that's why mine broke so quickly, without clashing?

    I think the racquet is a poor choice for anyone, including beginners. It has no power, which will make beginners less fun to play. It also has poor control, which will make the game less fun for beginners and the people playing with them.
    i have a iso75MFLT and i have replaced the factory string with nbg95 and it still sucks, and what i mean is just that it feels weird when i use it, but it's personal i guess. and since i enjoy playing with oval head racket, i see the mega frame as something weird also. isometric is big enough to me, the mega frame is just a tad too big. to me it's medium stiff so it probably a decent racket for doubles and the weight is decently heavy enough for singles, just not my cup of tea i guess.

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