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    I had two, bought two more from Eric. Now getting another one from a friend since he can't use it. That's how good mx80 is to me.

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    I don't have many rackets. it accounts for 20% of all my rackets, but I use my MX80 80% of the time.

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    Hi Paul : Do you have any review of MX 80. I couldn't find your review for this racket.

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    Ferrerkiko - I have not reviewed MX80 because I couldn't keep hold of one for long enough.

    Paul
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    Dear Paul: Will you be reviewing it soon ? Thanks

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    Today try again MX 80 2rd time,, 1st time seem ok , today seem difficult to use , maybe due to tired after work , will try again for tomorrow Sat session .

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    MX80 is a very stiff frame and will be too much for some players. This is where personal taste really plays a part, in the extreme specifications.

    Paul
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    I would like to give a bief details on this racket. Bought it for 3 weeks , finally i feel I getting use to this racket.

    Rally : 9/10
    Smashes : 9.5 smashes really power
    Push: 8.5/10 quite good.
    Tap : 8/10
    Net: 8/10
    Drive: 8.5/10
    Backhand: 6.8/10

    Backhand I am struggling , I could npt reach full base, sometimes half court, for BS 12N i think still better in terms of backhand, retreiving shutter.

    Overall: i give 9/10 for this racket

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    These 0.1 point system is not very meaningful and judging a racket for each shot sounds like a snob. It's good that people review rackets, but only a few people can do detailed reviews like Paul. Don't get me wrong, Ferrerkiko but what is your related state of art which gives a 10 in every aspect?

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    Hi bro : 10 means a perfect racket. No racket is perfect. Not even Yonex Lee Chong Wei Z force, balance point at 305. .. So far MX 80 is quite a good racket. Your Wrist must be strong to do a back hand like Jang Sung or smash flex the racket like him ! Overall its quite a good racket, thats why I give 9/10 for this racket.

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    Ferrerkiko

    I have to disagree with you on the basis that if you find a racket that is truly an extension of your hand and performs so well it suits your game then to me it is the perfect racket. No racket will ever be perfect for every player - we all except that. However, our tastes change over time partly as we develop and sometimes technology gives us a boost. sometimes it's the discovery of a racket that performs better than you thought even though you wouldn't have initially chosen it because of the specs.

    Somewhere down the line we all have to factor in the human element and personal taste. That's what defines us as different and why we can score a 10 whilst somebody else will possibly score the same racket a 3.

    It's part of the fun of the game.

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    Im wondering if you know any online sellers who still have this racket.

    im thinking of getting one, but im struggling to find someone that has one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahehehehe View Post
    Im wondering if you know any online sellers who still have this racket.

    im thinking of getting one, but im struggling to find that has one.



    thanks
    Aren't Victor releasing a re painted MX80 soon?

    I don't have mine any more, it's either been misplaced or stolen, but what a racket it was. Didn't have the brute force power of some of the most aggressive rackets, but honestly to this day I've never used a racket that gave me better precision, control and acute angles as the MX80. Some of the angles this racket used to let me get away with were quite ridiculous lol. I also still think it's stiffer than even some other ultra stiff Yonex rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    Aren't Victor releasing a re painted MX80 soon?

    I don't have mine any more, it's either been misplaced or stolen, but what a racket it was. Didn't have the brute force power of some of the most aggressive rackets, but honestly to this day I've never used a racket that gave me better precision, control and acute angles as the MX80. Some of the angles this racket used to let me get away with were quite ridiculous lol. I also still think it's stiffer than even some other ultra stiff Yonex rackets.
    Exactly the reason on why im finding one.

    I don't want to miss this legendary racket.

    MX80N is just nonsense, it's less stiff than the JJS and MX90.

    MX80 is not MX80 without the stiffness.


    Any help? Thanks

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    ^ We don't know yet the 80N stiffness. Victor says it's still 5/5 stiff. But placement on the racket matrix is less stiff than JJS and 90. Will have to wait for release to confirm what is correct.

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    When the 80N will be available in Germany? One can already get the new Jetspeed series, but not MX80 :/

    There is a shop in Germany which is selling the old MX80

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    MX80N is supposed to be exactly the same as the old version. It's only a new colourway.

    I am expecting to receive my MX80 in a few weeks and I'll be doing a test for review. I'll also be comparing to original MX80 as much as we can. The only difficult part is that the new version will be 4U in Uk and the original was 3U.

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