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    Let me ask some question.
    How differences between VT80 3u and 4U?
    VT80 3u is suitable for double?

    Thank you.

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    4u would be more suitable for doubles since it is lighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spondars View Post
    Let me ask some question.
    How differences between VT80 3u and 4U?
    VT80 3u is suitable for double?

    Thank you.
    I have used both 3u and 4u. It feels totally different. If you are used to 3u, make sure you try 4u version first. It is too light. It is hard to generate strong smash and clears with it.

    Voltirc 80 3u is heavy for doubles. It will affect your defense. This is evident especially in quick rallies and shots around the net.

    I would recommend even balanced rackets if you like to attack from the back. It generates enough power to attack and fast enough for defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverWalkAlone View Post
    I have used both 3u and 4u. It feels totally different. If you are used to 3u, make sure you try 4u version first. It is too light. It is hard to generate strong smash and clears with it.

    Voltirc 80 3u is heavy for doubles. It will affect your defense. This is evident especially in quick rallies and shots around the net.

    I would recommend even balanced rackets if you like to attack from the back. It generates enough power to attack and fast enough for defense.
    Could you recommend rackets for doubles for me please?

    Thank you for your help I really appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverWalkAlone View Post
    I have used both 3u and 4u. It feels totally different. If you are used to 3u, make sure you try 4u version first. It is too light. It is hard to generate strong smash and clears with it.

    Voltirc 80 3u is heavy for doubles. It will affect your defense. This is evident especially in quick rallies and shots around the net.

    I would recommend even balanced rackets if you like to attack from the back. It generates enough power to attack and fast enough for defense.
    Unless you have a strong arm and wrist. U will have no probs at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spondars View Post
    Could you recommend rackets for doubles for me please?

    Thank you for your help I really appreciate it.
    Nanoray, or 4U series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Nanoray, or 4U series?
    Guess arc 11 is better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudds View Post
    Guess arc 11 is better...
    Could you tell me how difference between Arc 10 and Arc 11 please.

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    Read through the arcsaber11 thread. Most people say it is the same ad arcsaber 10, just with power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Unless you have a strong arm and wrist. U will have no probs at all.
    I have sw35 and volt80 with me. I trained with these rackets for almost 2 years. Those were my conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spondars View Post
    Could you recommend rackets for doubles for me please?

    Thank you for your help I really appreciate it.
    You should study the style you like to play first. The racket is a tool that helps you to sharpen the type of game you play. If you like to play near the net, i recommend bs10 or bs09. They are fast!

    As for back court hard smasher, i am not sure. I switched between sw35 and volt80 because these are only rackets i own. I like to use these rackets against hard smashers. They don't vibrate much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Actually, me too.
    I'm not a NanoRay user, I'm VOLTRIC.
    yeah im a voltric user. but if its a new nanoray, will be interested if it matches up to the old nanospeed 9900, or if its even better then the 9900

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    Just got an used VT80 3U from another forum member few weeks back. Although it felt heavy/meaty, this racket provides unparallel power, precision and control. I played with Carbonex 21SP 2U previously, this new VT80 changed my game leaps and bounds. Never had I felt so good playing badminton

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    I can only find 4U4G VT80 in Sweden.
    I generally just play single game. So I wonder is it a big disadvantage if I picked 4U instead of 3U

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    Quote Originally Posted by alact View Post
    I can only find 4U4G VT80 in Sweden.
    I generally just play single game. So I wonder is it a big disadvantage if I picked 4U instead of 3U
    What racket are you using for singles now?

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    For you personally it might be. Though for the record peter gade used a 4u for singles so if you want advice from other people I would go with what he did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decoy View Post
    For you personally it might be. Though for the record peter gade used a 4u for singles so if you want advice from other people I would go with what he did.
    Okay, good to hear that. Then maybe 4U isn't all that bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    What racket are you using for singles now?
    I'm using SOTX woven 9

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