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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post

    Whilst I found his reference to liking me with P.T. Barnum offensive, because he was known as a showman and almost a clever deceiver, he's entitled to comment even though I've never coached him.
    Very interesting choice of words.

    Noticed there's already a VT80 vs MX80 thread? Probably you can throw in a direct head to head comparison also with the BS10, BS11, SW35, VT80 & MX80 since all the talks have been revolving around these sticks? Cheers.
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 03-20-2011 at 11:20 PM.

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    @ drrwong. Thanks for your review

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    Quote Originally Posted by jokarenshum View Post
    hi all, i have been visiting the forum but never posting much.

    my 20 years old YY rackets (2 of them) broke the same day, talk about bad luck.
    i bought the new VT80. have to say, for the first game, it took me by surprise a bit of how tiring it brought on me, one game feels like playing two games. the smashing sound did sound different, but the placement was very accurate of where i want to put the shuttle. interesting mixed feeling.

    this week i used it again for 3 hours, and this time i am totally loving it. once i got passed using a little bit of extra energy, it is really quite fun. still sweat like crazy but equally enjoyable with the smashing and placement. even drop shots are nice.
    i bet your 20 years old racket is more heavier than VT80. Are you sure handling VT80 is more tiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by juventus1 View Post
    i bet your 20 years old racket is more heavier than VT80. Are you sure handling VT80 is more tiring?
    I thought so too, mine are carbonex 21 and aerotus 110, not exactly light but somehow the VT 80 does consume more energy and it was obvious.

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    just waiting apacs cloning this weapon.. apacs doing a very great jobs when cloning peter gade AS10.. so hope they do it again.. lol..

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    The VT80 is garnering very positive reviews all over the place.

    It sounds like a very good racket for an attacking player.

    I have read a couple of comments from people (Kwun being one of them) that say you need very good technique / strength to make the most of the power generation potential of the VT80. I am assuming this is at least in part due to the shaft stiffness.

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how the stiffness of the VT80 compares to the ARC10 and the AT700? (the two other rackets I play with).

    I'm very unlikely to get a chanced to play with a VT80 before ordering one (were I to do so) and therefore any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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    Hi there,

    I am currently using AT900t as my main rackets. So how was VT80 when compare with AT900t?

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    Got my VT80 yesterday and have tried it för 1 hour . I have use AT900T for 2 years and first impression that VT80 feel powerfull
    and the the head its little bit heavier than AT900T but not much as AT700 .The clearing shot was very good
    Have not got the smash yet, some shots fall in the net, maybe im use to AT900T , have to use more hour to get in to the racket, i think it wil be
    easier to use than AT700 ( sold it after 3 weeks =) )

    As far I like the VT80, feels better than AT700.
    Will tell more later...........

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    Haven't really tried an AT700 but if as everyone says it's head heavier and stiffer than VT80 then I'm definitely gonna hold out for something like the AT700!

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    It's very hard to compare racquets in some respects because they feel different to each player.

    However, AT900T is head heavy although the weight is more towards the T piece rather than top of the frame. So, if you know the differences between AT900P and T you've got the basis of the differences with VT80.

    But, Voltric is way more powerful, faster head, slimmer shaft.

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    Wow this thread is now 30 pages long, outstripping the X80 thead. Does this translate to more people interested in VT80 more than X80?? All in all and in such a sort period of time, its now official YY vs Victor battle is more exciting than YY vs Li Ning battle. Having attacks on both flanks, will we see the downfall of YY and see Victor vs Li Ning in the near future??

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    Looks like the YY and LiNing battle was a short one or sorta.

    Now it's definitely YY vs Victor.

    I got an idea, prehaps to survive (or become big) in baddy sports, one's company name must start with the latter alphabets. Apacs, um-hmm...Carlton, ok, etc. RSL, Victor, Sotx, Yonex and Zelm?

    Definitely Yonex! Li Ning? I believe LiNing got many competition from within his own circle nowadays, it's hard for him to corner the Chinese market only let alone the world.

    How about Xelm?
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 03-23-2011 at 09:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Looks like the YY and LiNing battle was a short one or sorta.

    Now it's definitely YY vs Victor.

    I got an idea, prehaps to survive (or become big) in baddy sports, one's company name must start with the latter alphabets. Apacs, um-hmm...Carlton, ok, etc. RSL, Victor, Sotx, Yonex and Zelm?

    Definitely Yonex! Li Ning? I believe LiNing got many competition from within his own circle nowadays, it's hard for him to corner the Chinese market only let alone the world.

    How about Xelm?
    Apacs
    Bensini
    Carlton

    Joobong

    Yonex, Yang Yang
    Xeppex

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    Apacs
    Bensini
    Carlton

    Joobong

    Yonex, Yang Yang
    Xeppex
    Apacs
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    Apacs Bensini, Bonny Carlton Dunlop E Fleet G Head I Joobong Kx, Kason, Kawasaki Li-Ning Mizuno N O Pro Kennex Rsl SOTX Toalson U Victor Wilson Yonex, Yang Yang Xeppex Z

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    @ whenry
    you can add Babolat, FZ Forza, Gosen, Karakal, Kumpoo, Winex and Zelm to the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Wow this thread is now 30 pages long, outstripping the X80 thead. Does this translate to more people interested in VT80 more than X80?? All in all and in such a sort period of time, its now official YY vs Victor battle is more exciting than YY vs Li Ning battle. Having attacks on both flanks, will we see the downfall of YY and see Victor vs Li Ning in the near future??
    Li-Ning ??? I don't think so
    Victor and Yonex are more likely

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