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    Default VTZF vs NRZS vs N90iii

    Comparing Voltric Z-force, Nanoray Z-speed and N90iii, in terms of offensive, defensive, controlling, which racquet is better?

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    My opinion if I have to rate these racquets in terms of

    Offensive: VZForce > N90iii > NRZ-speed
    Defensive: NRZ-speed > N90iii > VZForce
    Control : N90iii > NRZ-speed > VZForce

    Among these three racquet I prefer the N90iii

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    If youre a beginner and youre gonna buy one of these , dont . All three are extreme and hard to use rackets , they might look shiny at first , but you will be dissapointed once you played with these . For me VTZF>>N903>>NRZSP

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahehehehe View Post
    If youre a beginner and youre gonna buy one of these , dont . All three are extreme and hard to use rackets , they might look shiny at first , but you will be dissapointed once you played with these . For me VTZF>>N903>>NRZSP
    ABSOLUTELY spot on. VTZF really is a racquet to stay away from even for imho - intermediates. Its for people who developed a crazy strong wrist and super advanced technique. But everybody has the right to choose right... In the right hands this thing is a beast...

    Anyways,
    for me - VTZF > NRZSP >N90III.

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    Yet to play the N90-3 but of the other two, the VTZF is an insanely difficult racquet to use but when you get it right, it feels absolutely amazing. I find that the NRZS is, smaller head aside, a fairly user friendly racquet. Gives you a reasonable amount of control off slightly off centre shots and the amount of vibration dampening is crazy. Having said that, to each his/her own.

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    I am currently using VTZF 3U, 25lbs BG66 Ultimax. I am wondering if there is a better racquet than VTZF in terms of power and control.

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    I am wondering is there any difficulty switching between VTZF (first hr of the game) to NRZS (second hr of the game)?

    OR is it easier to switch between VTZF to N90iii?

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    If you can switch with less to none great adjustment is personally. IMO there is no need to switch between a VTZF or N90iii, because they are same class of beasts. If you need to switch rackets because they are not easy on your arms and are demanding or making you tired, you should look for something more userfriendly.

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