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    ah yes google ... why I didn't try that ?

    TWD 3,500 = USD 118 (wow that's very cheap !)
    HKD 1,080 = USD 138 (hmm still okay)
    CNY 1,590 = USD 241 (that's really very steep !)

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    HKD 1,280 = USD 164 (still quite cheap)
    TWD 4,200 = USD 141 (still quite cheap)

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    To those MX80 owners...alot of people are waiting for your extensive review.

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    CNY1,590 is the official retail price. you can get it from yoger at CNY1035 (USD157), excluding shipping.
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/106128.html

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    I got it last week
    a bit too late now... but better late than never

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    that's one very good looking racket. look forward to testing it when it arrives at the US in April.

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    Jump Smash .. new weapon.. review please.. since u r sw35 user to.. how x80 perform compared to sw35.. if it to stiff as ksquared reviewed.. definitely not for me..

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    Yo bro jump-smash,

    congratulation, I hope you will enjoy your new weapon. I'm looking for your review. I want to know, if I should try the MX80 or stick with the SW35.

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    White mx80 + white towel grip = one sharp and smart looking racket

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    @ awekuda & @ ucantseeme

    short review here because I only use it once (one match only)

    MX80 has the power of SW35 only a bit smaller, but only a bit / slightly
    because it has the speed and maneuverability of BS10
    so it is combination of both Power and Speed
    it has about 90% of SW35 power and 90% of BS10 speed but more accuracy than both SW35 & BS10
    MX80 frame is a bit slimmer than SW35 but the shaft are the same only stiffer
    BS10 frame and shaft are slimmer than MX80 but more flex of course since MX80 is the stiffest racket I have so far

    so I think you both should try this one (in fact all BC members should try it)
    it is a different breed of a monster

    SW35 is old and it is Victor's past glory
    here it is the dawn of a new age
    be a part of it
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    awww..this makes me wanna drop down my possible love affair with the sw35.

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    the X80 being a combination of the SW35 and the BS series is what i was told by the US distributor. and glad to hear that the field report coincide with the official word on it.

    definitely a very interesting racket if that is the case.

    there is also a new stringing pattern for the X80, not just the 80 holes, but Victor's 2011 catalog recommends a one string method similar to the Haribito pattern. i am not sure if this was the case for last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    @ awekuda & @ ucantseeme

    short review here because I only use it once (one match only)

    MX80 has the power of SW35 only a bit smaller, but only a bit / slightly
    because it has the speed and maneuverability of BS10
    so it is combination of both Power and Speed
    it has about 90% of SW35 power and 90% of BS10 speed but more accuracy than both SW35 & BS10
    MX80 frame is a bit slimmer than SW35 but the shaft are the same only stiffer
    BS10 frame and shaft are slimmer than MX80 but more flex of course since MX80 is the stiffest racket I have so far

    so I think you both should try this one (in fact all BC members should try it)
    it is a different breed of a monster

    SW35 is old and it is Victor's past glory
    here it is the dawn of a new age
    be a part of it
    I think I need to compare SW35, BS10, Spira21 and MX80 back to back. According to the video from Victor, the MX80 seems to have the characteristics of SW (smash power), BS (Speed) and Stability (Spira) combined into one racquet.

    What I can say is that it is a very stiff racquet and I wasn't able to get as much power from it as compared to the SW35. Also, the feel is not as solid as the SW35, in fact the feel is pretty close to the BS10 (better than the feel of the Spira 21).

    Though my MX80 is strung with BG66U at 26lbs, the tension feels like 28lbs probably due to the 80 grommets.

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    I strung mine using tthe same strings, at 25 lbs, and have the same afterthoughts as well. Maybe i shd try a lower tension to see how it performs.

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    Well, my limited experience so far... mx80 is definitely very stable (more than tc700) and much faster than my tc700. Not sure about power since I kept mistiming the racket for the limited exposure of only 2 sets. Did better for the 2nd set but the play was slower and I didn't smash at all. I certainly see potential in the mx80 being an excellent control racket and perhaps power given its stiff shaft.

    I was looking at it last evening and noticed victor beefed up the T-joint section substantially. I gave it a good twist and am very impressed with the torsional stiffness -- definitely one of the hardest racket to twist.

    Personally, I like the racket quite a bit already. It has similar swing to the tc700 but more slippery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Well, my limited experience so far... mx80 is definitely very stable (more than tc700) and much faster than my tc700. Not sure about power since I kept mistiming the racket for the limited exposure of only 2 sets. Did better for the 2nd set but the play was slower and I didn't smash at all. I certainly see potential in the mx80 being an excellent control racket and perhaps power given its stiff shaft.

    I was looking at it last evening and noticed victor beefed up the T-joint section substantially. I gave it a good twist and am very impressed with the torsional stiffness -- definitely one of the hardest racket to twist.

    Personally, I like the racket quite a bit already. It has similar swing to the tc700 but more slippery.
    You think it is aimed side by side to VT80 (not played/held nor seen one yet, I mean the real thing). Cheers.

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    I'm drooling from the response given. Got to go get one for myself later.

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