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    Hi Guys,

    Can anyone please advise Head heavy light weight and flexible racket ? Racket weight some where around 80.0-85 gm.

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    Li-Ning has a few head-heavy, light and flexible rackets. Windstorm 300 is one of them.

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    You could look at the Victor Thruster series. They come in 4u, and most of them are pretty flexible.

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    Voltric 60!

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    Thanks for the feedback. Most of them rackets seems to be light but I am not sure if they have head heavy.

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    TK-6ooo in 4u fits the bill...

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    Voltric 60 is the perfect match to your criterias. It is head heavy, flexible and 4U.

    TK6000 is also an option, but it is medium stiff.

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    It's not 4U but it's a 3U but the Turbocharging N9 from Li-Ning as far as i'm aware is head-heavy with a flexible shaft.

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    Thanks guys. Yan, I believe, Voltric 60 is perfect but its price is really high. That's why i reconsidering it. RV, I guess N9 series to 3U and i am looking for 4U but thanks for suggesting. N9 seems to be great but I am an intermediate player and I do not think I have skills to handle heavy rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samthe.rocker View Post
    Thanks guys. Yan, I believe, Voltric 60 is perfect but its price is really high. That's why i reconsidering it. RV, I guess N9 series to 3U and i am looking for 4U but thanks for suggesting. N9 seems to be great but I am an intermediate player and I do not think I have skills to handle heavy rackets.
    The VT60 is being discontinued, so you have a decent chance of finding it at a clearance price. Retail price was 170$, so you can probably find it around 140$-150$ or even less

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    Quote Originally Posted by samthe.rocker View Post
    Thanks guys. Yan, I believe, Voltric 60 is perfect but its price is really high. That's why i reconsidering it. RV, I guess N9 series to 3U and i am looking for 4U but thanks for suggesting. N9 seems to be great but I am an intermediate player and I do not think I have skills to handle heavy rackets.
    Forget about those over-hype overprice racket. (read yonex, lining victor..) You are just paying their marketing dollars..There are many reasonable price racket if you know your specs and do some research. Head heavv usually around 290++ BP. APAC, Fleet , Protec have those in reasonable price. For mid-range brand, there is Dunlop, Carlton..etc.
    I am using Kawasaki Superlite but it's 5U (78g++ with 29.5BP) which is great for me. If you are looking a bit heavier like me (to try) i am in midst of ordering Kawasaki Super Energy 6000 which is 82g with 305+/-2 BP. Can't wait to try it out. Best part?? it's below SGD 100.

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    thanks. how can i order Kawasaki rackets ?

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    You could also look at apacs virtuoso racquet. I believe it should have the specs you're looking for, and is relatively cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samthe.rocker View Post
    thanks. how can i order Kawasaki rackets ?
    I order mine and bought through friends in Indonesia and Malaysia. There is also a local online store in Singapore. I cant remember, google it, you probably find it. But it is relatively more expensive than getting from Indonesia and Malaysia. HK and China also have online shop but I never order from them, so you have to ask around if the sites are reputable.
    As mentioned by "decoy", APAC virtuoso have good review. you can find it easily in SG

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    TK15 head heavy flex and available in 5U

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    Thanks everyone for providing your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decoy View Post
    You could look at the Victor Thruster series. They come in 4u, and most of them are pretty flexible.
    I've been told even the TK6000 isn't that flexible. The TK5000 was recently launched and I'm not sure how flexible that racquet is.

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