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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    This will make absolutely no difference to anything.
    Yeah no kidding. However I hope this will in turn reduce the price overall.
    Not that the MX80 is expensive to begin with.

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    Hi all,

    I need your help! I recently just bought Victor Light Fighter 7400 online from below website. But the racket came with no serial number or country code on the shaft. I read somewhere that Victor rackets should have serial number/country tree code on the shaft. Could anyone advise me whether my racket might be a fake? If not, how can I identify whether it is real or fake.

    http://www.directbadminton.co.uk/Pro...roductID=12332

    Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Enwei

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    Don't know in Europe but in Asia all victor have serial code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enbird View Post
    Hi all,

    I need your help! I recently just bought Victor Light Fighter 7400 online from below website. But the racket came with no serial number or country code on the shaft. I read somewhere that Victor rackets should have serial number/country tree code on the shaft. Could anyone advise me whether my racket might be a fake? If not, how can I identify whether it is real or fake.

    http://www.directbadminton.co.uk/Pro...roductID=12332

    Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Enwei
    Its only available in Europe as far as I know cause I can't get it from Taiwan or Hong Kong so you should be safe.

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    Thanks Shinichi and Elisha!

    Does anyone know whether EU rackets have serial number on the shaft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    Yeah no kidding. However I hope this will in turn reduce the price overall.
    Not that the MX80 is expensive to begin with.
    the RRP pricing for mx80 in China is set 1590 yuan.

    it is unfortunate that there is no reduction due to the factory changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enbird View Post
    Hi all,

    I need your help! I recently just bought Victor Light Fighter 7400 online from below website. But the racket came with no serial number or country code on the shaft. I read somewhere that Victor rackets should have serial number/country tree code on the shaft. Could anyone advise me whether my racket might be a fake? If not, how can I identify whether it is real or fake.

    http://www.directbadminton.co.uk/Pro...roductID=12332

    Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Enwei

    Enwei

    You bought LF7400 from this UK website ? So they are willing to deliver to Singapore ?

    I am also interested to purchase Victor Europe products...

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    Quote Originally Posted by enbird View Post
    Hi all,

    I need your help! I recently just bought Victor Light Fighter 7400 online from below website. But the racket came with no serial number or country code on the shaft. I read somewhere that Victor rackets should have serial number/country tree code on the shaft. Could anyone advise me whether my racket might be a fake? If not, how can I identify whether it is real or fake.

    http://www.directbadminton.co.uk/Pro...roductID=12332

    Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Enwei
    Hi Enwei - just to put your mind at ease - I carry a demo of each of the LF series and none have serial numbers on them. The rackets manufactured in Asia have a serial and country code to identify the factory it was produced and also the country of distribution.

    The LF series are only available in Europe and therefore do not require this identifying number.

    I hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    Enwei

    You bought LF7400 from this UK website ? So they are willing to deliver to Singapore ?

    I am also interested to purchase Victor Europe products...
    Yes they can deliver to Singapore. The price will be less VAT + shipping cost. I chose UPS delivery and I received my racket within 3 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benwilluk View Post
    Hi Enwei - just to put your mind at ease - I carry a demo of each of the LF series and none have serial numbers on them. The rackets manufactured in Asia have a serial and country code to identify the factory it was produced and also the country of distribution.

    The LF series are only available in Europe and therefore do not require this identifying number.

    I hope this helps.
    Thank you very much! This really puts my mind at ease)

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    Direct Sports is definitely an authorised dealer in Victor rackets so there are no worries regards to the rackets being genuine.

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk

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    Hi
    Does anyone know which victor racket is closest to AT700 in feel? I have a 3U SW35 already and although the balance is pretty close it feels quite a lot stiffer than any of my 3U AT700s.

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    ^ tk8000..............

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    Thanks for your advice visor. I found the tk8000 thread and I`m gonna read it through.

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    Just for the record the racquet isn't as flexible as a lot of people assume. Probably not as stiff as the at700 but not as much head weight so the flex would feel similar.

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    Hi Victor Fans! I have something I need help with.

    I'm currently using a VT80 PG 3UG5 for both singles and doubles game. To me, the head heavyness and stiff shaft, combined with an aero frame, give me a very stable feel. I'd like to look for a similar Victor racket as backup/ shift from yonex to victor. The prices of Victor averaging about $50 less than yonex does really attract me and I'd like to ask for help to suggest rackets similar to my VT80.

    I did do a search already and I gathered that a close alternative would be a MX80. But I am hesitant due to a previous bad choice with BS08. Although the rating of BS08 is slightly stiff, but it felt way too stiff compared to VT80. Based on this, I decided not to go by online specs alone, and instead to consult Victor fans who might have had personal experiences with these rackets.

    So is the VT80 really similar to MX80? Or would other rackets be closer than it? Thanks in advance for helping

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    Yonex may rate the Vt-80 as stiff but on a Victor scale, it's 3.5/5 at the most.
    The MX80 is extra stiff.
    The closest to the VT-80 would most likely be the TK8000.

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