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    Thanks for all the advice. I'll stick at 27 lb and see how it feels

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    Omg, I clashed my meteor really badly as in I have never hit a racquet that hard and it didnt even chip. It just got a little bit of a scratch!!!!! The paint is excellent. On my old apacs racquet I have several large chips where I had just caught a glancing blow from another racquet. I am seriously impressed with the durability of this racquet and I would definitly recommend this to everyone.

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    is this racket stiffer than Tantrum200?

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    zero, im not sure bout T200, nv used it before but this MX80 is pretty stiff, i think its slightly stiffer than vt80. But u would not notice much, because this MX80 is fast, and also light, well at least for me mine is a 85g 4U version. No regret at all buying this racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_hour View Post
    is this racket stiffer than Tantrum200?
    I have both MX80 and Tantrum 200 bro.. Mx80 is stiffer.. Great racket..

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    I had a session with my Forza Ti550 S last night, and one thing I did notice about the MX80 was that it's a bit zingy and not as well damped as I thought it was. Hardly a bad thing, but just made me realise that the feel of a racket just simply can't be described in the spec sheet.

    'Alive' is a good way to describe it.

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    ^^

    It is definitely lively! So much so that I just love doing slice shots with it... so much more feel than previous rackets I've used.

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    It's funny that it's lively yet has good feedback - something you'd think would be mutually exclusive. I had a Head Metallix 8000 Tour once and that was 'lively' but also felt like a big hollow spring with very little tactile feel to it.

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    Had a first hit with my MX80 tonight and it does feel a very nice racket. I bought that and an SW37 but couldn't put the MX80 down long enough to give the SW37 a try. Got a feeling it will soon gone my favourite racket once I can get the power out of it. Starting to think I should have just got this rather than buy the two!

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    exactly HOW stiff is the mx80? would a PP Ultra Pro is comparable? how is it compared to the arc 10? :s or umm the N33? Kinda of interested in getting an mx80 but i want to make sure i handle/use it first

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    The weird part of the MX80 is that it is easily as stiff as the SW35 and NS9900, but I'm not quite strong enough to handle those two rackets for lengthy periods, but the MX80 I'm completely fine with. I let the stiffness put me off buying it for months after it was released, and turns out I shoulda just got the thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    The weird part of the MX80 is that it is easily as stiff as the SW35 and NS9900, but I'm not quite strong enough to handle those two rackets for lengthy periods, but the MX80 I'm completely fine with. I let the stiffness put me off buying it for months after it was released, and turns out I shoulda just got the thing!
    damit, from what i read, a lot people say its not THAT stiff l: maybe i should just buy the dam thing LOL. but then again, i kinda don't wanna waste money on rackets that i can't really use ):

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    Guys, shud I wait for MX70 or buy the MX80 while still got the stock??? Argh!!! In confusion and dilemma to decide which to own now...

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    Well, if you're that scared off, just wait for the MX70 due in September.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salamurhaaja View Post
    Guys, shud I wait for MX70 or buy the MX80 while still got the stock??? Argh!!! In confusion and dilemma to decide which to own now...
    MX70 will be the same balance as MX80 but less stiff. So depending with what you want you can decide

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    no pro using MX80 except the Taiwan team Ling Youlang who played really
    badly with the MX80. why so many positive feedback here and few pros using mx80

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    Because we're not pros?

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