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    try to get a inside wave 2500 II, could be the one you are searching for

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    Is there 2 versions of the racket (Inside Wave 2500 II) ?
    Ad about the ATB 7000, is it the same kind of racket than the ATB 6000 ?

    Thank you

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    the second version looks much better

    never played with the atb 7000, sry

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    anyone know how much the super ti-15 costs or where to buy one?

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    I have two Super Nano 5s and i toally love it

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    So 90% of the International Victor Racquets (Except Germany) are made in Taiwan and China?... I don't quite understand.

    And I was planning to get a Victor racket just for the heck of it.

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    Victor racket are very solid as Yonex, have many clashes, even 3 yesterday and survive without a scratch! Overall they are slightly lighter( just me maybe) 3U feel more like 3U- compare to Yonex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    So 90% of the International Victor Racquets (Except Germany) are made in Taiwan and China?... I don't quite understand.

    And I was planning to get a Victor racket just for the heck of it.
    yup most of the Victor rackets are made in Taiwan and China because Victor is a Taiwanese-based company, I'm not sure whether they sold their shares to the Chinese yet...

    lol...definitely get a victor SuperNano5...i never tried other types...but i think SuperNano5 was the right choice for me...suits well for both singles and doubles! Less fragile than the Yonex rackets!

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    Default Victor's are quite good.

    I've been using the Victor Super nano 5 as well. It is a solid racquet. I've also used there powerwaves series; quite possibly the hardest hitting racquet i've ever use. Although not significantly moreso than my Woven 11.

    They are well worth it. It is a shame that they are not more popular in North America.

    Best of luck.

    T.

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