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    Well, I can't imagine that he carrys textiles and other stuff in the hard case? :P

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    currently MX80 and i feels it's quite stiff and slightly more den i can handle...
    looking for mx jjs...
    how is mx jjs compare to MX80...
    i'm liking the mx80 feeling...
    slightly more flexible will be perfect for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Well, I can't imagine that he carrys textiles and other stuff in the hard case? :P
    He's talking about taking it to courtside, as in tournaments and stuff. It can get a bit annoying to carry your rackets, your grip powder, your towel, your drink(s), your scissors separately.....so from a certain point of competition, you'll see a few people taking just a smaller bag with them when they walk on court to make carrying it all a bit easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrianlimkb View Post
    currently MX80 and i feels it's quite stiff and slightly more den i can handle...
    looking for mx jjs...
    how is mx jjs compare to MX80...
    i'm liking the mx80 feeling...
    slightly more flexible will be perfect for me...
    definitely less stiffer than MX80 and diff feel
    tat "direct" feeling wont happen for MX JJS but it compensate with easier play
    alternatively u can try out Li-Ning N80 which is aero frame, flex and slight head heavy
    giving u a fast enough racket and generates power frm the back court

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrianlimkb View Post
    currently MX80 and i feels it's quite stiff and slightly more den i can handle...
    looking for mx jjs...
    how is mx jjs compare to MX80...
    i'm liking the mx80 feeling...
    slightly more flexible will be perfect for me...
    Hi I had a long session today trying out the MX80, MX London and MX JJS.

    The MX80 is certainly faster, you notice it if your game has a lot of fast low drives, which our mens doubles game has. Another contributing factor to the JJS being slower is the fact its quite a bit head heavier, and probably due to a slightly less stiffer shaft. Although its still quite stiff and not as flexible as the MX60. The JJS is not as lively as the MX80, but it felt very stable.

    I dont want to comment on the power and playability of the JJS any further, until I have played some more with it. But mainly due to not having my usual string on it.

    I had some NS880 x-ti strings that came with the MX london pack and used it on the JJS. I did not like this string compared to my usual VS850. So until I can get VS850 on it, even I don't really know how good it will be for me.

    I am currently using the MX London the most, as its giving the most of what I want and a bit less pain on the elbow.

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    guys..anyone here is using victor sw 30?any comment about it?
    it is very hard to find the sw 30's review..
    im planning to buy that racket soon..either sw 35 or 30..as for 35, its stiffness makes me wondering whether it suits me or not..currently, im playing with yonex voltric 7..

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    Sw30 feels great imo. I love it for everything except full smashes because i cant seem to time it right...but i am suffering from a shoulder injury so that is definitely playing a role.

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    I buy the new racket which is Victor Brave Sword LYD~~^^ Name:  DSC_0473.jpg
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    http://www.victorsport.com.cn/victor...BYmUsaJXmdrNew bs lyd N? Lee yong dae start using it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokhong1987 View Post
    http://www.victorsport.com.cn/victor...BYmUsaJXmdrNew bs lyd N? Lee yong dae start using it?
    Link's not working for me...

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    Anyone heard about this MX-1000? May not be a high-end racket though

    http://gl.victorsport.com/product_detail_544.html

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    MX1000 is a mid end racket.

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    Dear victor fans, Victor has update their official web site for 2013

    http://www.victorsport.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Liong View Post
    I buy the new racket which is Victor Brave Sword LYD~~^^ Name:  DSC_0459.jpg
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    Hi Ivan, may I know what grip do you use on it ? Is that Toalson Asterisk ?

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    just wondering if anyone uses and have feedback on MX-70? seems like alot more buzz on MX-80 but seldom on 70

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