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Thread: VOLTRIC 7 or 5 or above
04-30-2013, 01:37 AM #52
I started with Hart, then i moved to VT5. It was super heavy racket for me at my 1st game. I stung it with BG65@23lbs. Seems like bad combination. After 1 year with VT5, i did improve a lot. Then i stung it with BG80@24lbs. I love it especially when smashing. But it didnt last longer, because it drain out my energy. Now, stung it with BG66@24lbs. It's perfect for me. Clear, smash, defend. btw, i'm offensive player.
VT5 serves me well
12-06-2013, 03:41 AM #53
In my badminton development i've found out that SLIGHTLY head heavy / eben balanced rackets suits to me very well. you can do a bit by upgrade your grip and adjust ist. the perfect badminton racket for me was/is the Armortec 500 (the ice blue one! NOT the new version in black an grey! i think this is a cheap copy of the original! it fells different!)
i've testet the Voltric 50 and have to say: NO! Its not my racket! For someone who loves the Amortec 700 its the perfect replacement, i think. too stiff, too head heavy, lacks VERY in response/feeling ....
now i will test the Voltric 7 as a SLIGHTLY head heavy racket with medium flex. i think it will suits to me much better and will post a little review after that! ;-)
12-06-2013, 04:57 AM #54
I have been using the VT5 for over a year and is a great racket but I have found it's too heavy for me as I play doubles and mixed all the time and I need something faster, so I have just bought the Victor brave sword LYD 2013.
I would test as many rackets as you can and see what suits you as just reading reviews helps a little but your own opinion and feel will be totally different. I read reviews before getting my new racket and wanted to demo them to make sure it suits me and felt right, I'm glad I did as the other rackets that were reviewed as better didn't feel as good to me.
12-10-2013, 05:44 AM #55
That may depend in my preference for medium flex, slightly head heavy rackets which often are not as much promoted like the rackets what played from world class players (which mostly are stiff of even extra stiff).
I really have a good touch in my game and for me its very important that i sometimes can do a "relaxed shot" by medium swing (far swing out), very accurate while I'm conrolling the game. I can't do this shots with stiff of even extra stiff rackets because while im turning from "zero position" to the shot my field of sight is in Game while the shot came a little later. That means i can do the footwork a little bit before the shuttle is hitten. I know I can train it as well with stiff rackets by contribution to zero position, but its not the same and FEELS different! I don't know if anybody know what i mean?
12-10-2013, 06:21 AM #56
I think you should consider Victor Bravesword 12 to the list as it is also a very great singles/doubles racket
12-10-2013, 07:26 AM #57
VOLTRIC 7 or 5 or above
I loved the LYD when I had the chance to demo the rackets, through the session I tried the meteor XJJS, the LDI and the brave sword 12 and just kept coming back to the LYD.
That's why it's best to demo if you can.
12-10-2013, 08:43 AM #58
Sorry meant the LHI not LDI
12-11-2013, 05:28 AM #59
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12-11-2013, 05:41 AM #60
what is price of voltric 5 in india
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