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    VT80 vs SW35 comparison Kwun ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    VT80 vs SW35 comparison Kwun ?
    not yet. too many rackets, too little time. i played 5 times last week and only managed to play the VT80 enough to write the review and enjoyed my badminton enough with the BS10, the poor SW35 has been undeservingly neglected. next week will be SW35 week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    not yet. too many rackets, too little time. i played 5 times last week and only managed to play the VT80 enough to write the review and enjoyed my badminton enough with the BS10, the poor SW35 has been undeservingly neglected. next week will be SW35 week.
    You have heard of crimes against humanity ? Leaving an SW35 in a badminton bag unused for a week, is a crime against Badminton I demand you use it in you next badminton session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    so here is my review on the VT80.

    .....

    The VT80 is a head heavy racket with a BP of around 305. at the same time it was fitted with a super slim, 7.8mm shaft which it claims to be stiff. despite the 4U weight, the head heaviness makes it a medium speed, but not a fast racket. on the hand, it feel weighty with the balance.

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    Hi Kwun,

    Thanks for the great review, appreciated that.

    However, just wondering, isn't the shaft was meant to be 6.8mm as its marketing stunt claimed the thinnest ever shaft? Sorry for being nick-picking.

    Once again, thank you!

    Best regards,
    Albert
    Last edited by albertchiew; 03-14-2011 at 07:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertchiew View Post
    Hi Kwun,

    Thanks for the great review, appreciated that.

    However, just wondering, isn't the shaft was meant to be 6.8mm as its marketing stunt claimed the thinnest ever shaft? Sorry for being nick-picking.

    Once again, thank you!

    Best regards,
    Albert
    thanks. corrected. yes. it is 6.8mm. and it really is 6.8mm as i measured it myself with a digital caliper.

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    anyone knew what string what tension was used by LCW with his VT80 ?
    did anyone reach out to his stringer recently....that was the last piece of secret formula...ehhehe

    btw, may i know if VT80 is 6.8mm then what avout z-slash? i always tot z-slash was the slimest.

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    Z-Slash's shaft has been measured to be about 6.9-7.0mm. It WAS the slimmest from YY when it was introduced. VT70 seemed to have a 6.9mm shaft has well, though Yonex never advertised it.

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    Thank you VT80


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    is yellow his favorite color? the yellow shoes are just too much imo...
    but that is a nice picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Thank you VT80

    LOL paying obesiance to the Dark Side... Nice one, Sealman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    Seriously it's the player not the racket once you get to a certain high level as there are numerous rackets with similar qualities.
    Since 3 of the top 4 (used to be all 4 of them) are Japanese brand sponsored, I wonder why Mizuno never got them to pick up the TC700 which is like a folklore legend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    You have heard of crimes against humanity ? Leaving an SW35 in a badminton bag unused for a week, is a crime against Badminton I demand you use it in you next badminton session.
    Careful there, asking too much from the boss. Don't worry the SiW35 legend will be like the AT700, TC700...they are folklore legends already. They will always be there. The more I've seen the reviews the more I'm leaning to SiW35's power as opposed to VT80 (MX80 too) in the middle ground (except that the World number one won with a VT80 and LD did not...ooops. Also, there's Paul Stewart's review coming up to look forward to for more reviews comparison.

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    Another one here... Yonex will goes up significantly after this.. as stated by jump smash

    Attachment 93360

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    so this is the weapon to beat Lin Dan

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    with just one tournament it goes to this hype??lol..maybe we should wait a lil bit more...I think LCW's win is much much more than just because of the racket...

    I wouldnt say the racket isnt good..personally I want to bring it home too..good paiting this time from YY...so my curious what is the different practically, feeling-wise, hit-wise other than just weight difference between 3U and 4U of this racket??

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    so this is the weapon to beat Lin Dan
    I think someone is losing sleep over LD's lost.

    Yes this is the weapon used to beat LD in straight sets!

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    that last pic kinda makes lcw seem dumb...no offense
    and im jw, why is yonex often abbreviated as YY?

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