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    Its really based on preference of the player. Im an avid Victor fan but I see myself using the Yonex Voltric series quite well during a game. But I still love my Victor....😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iffara View Post
    Its really based on preference of the player. Im an avid Victor fan but I see myself using the Yonex Voltric series quite well during a game. But I still love my Victor....😉
    Agree, I have a VTZF that I love to use too when I'm feeling stronger. What Victor really needs, and we've all complained about this before, are a few head heavy rackets like the Voltrics. Perhaps the upcoming SW or MX JJS racket will fill that gap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Agree, I have a VTZF that I love to use too when I'm feeling stronger. What Victor really needs, and we've all complained about this before, are a few head heavy rackets like the Voltrics. Perhaps the upcoming SW or MX JJS racket will fill that gap.
    Me too! 3U VTZF for beast-out days

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    Mine is a 4U VTZF Ltd... Will be buying the VT Series for stock up..

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    I can agree with comments here that Victor seems to be favouring mid flex or mid/stiff flex racquets with even balance or slight head heavy.

    From memory SW35 was a good seller for Victor and they haven't found a replacement. So you are right, there seems to be a gap in the range. However, perhaps head heavy racquets haven't sold that well? Maybe it's because apart from Bravesword and SIW series, Victor hasn't found a winning formula for racquet sales although I believe Meteor is good. Maybe there's a confidence issue here? Bear in mind that the players haven't really taken to Meteor racquets which means Bravesword range is the only range which has found favour with the players.

    Something to think about...

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    I honestly think Paul that Victor is chasing the dollar by bringing out popularist rackets, which in the grand scheme of things is fine when you're up against the likes of LiNing and Yonex, but it's not exactly expanding their product range in an upwardly fashion. Considering the last too big releases in the Yonex range were 310-315mm battle axes, it does surprise me somewhat that Victor doesn't fill that hole in their range. It's not like it would be a profit black hole as clearly there's a market for that style of racket. Maybe that's what the MX90 will be?

    Keep in mind though that while the Meteors may not be a sales success in the EU, they do appear to be doing well in SE Asia, especially considering they haven't really been out that long. Having said that, the Bravesword is one of the absolute classic racket shapes in Badminton history, so that would take some beating....so all things considered the Meteors have big boots to fill, and they ain't really doing too bad all things considered.

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    anyone hv idea what is racket jjs used in indonesia open?

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    It's a MX-JJS......

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    Orange is the new green

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    It looks red to me :/

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    more like copper/bronze orange

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    It's a MX-JJS......
    the fastest he shoot at 289km/h and that the fastest on the tournament. so that racket is suit best for him i think.

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    fastest smash of the tournament was Xu Chen, 294 km/h if not mistaken. not sure what racket from Li Ning though (lazy to check lol)

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    me too, lazy to check. But I know that he's using N55-II usually (silver frame with red).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    me too, lazy to check. But I know that he's using N55-II usually (silver frame with red).
    Xu Chen's racket was gold and silver... N80
    Last edited by LD rules!; 06-18-2012 at 04:47 AM.

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    Most like the LYD ltd mold. Good control. Am getting the EOM of it for my new release with Z-force colouring. kekeke..

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    Saw from the thread about MX60 and it seems that this racquet is making heads turn. Anyone wants to comment about this compare to SW35?

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