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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
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    That's a nice picture you posted - took me by surprise.

    I'm testing a number of rackets at the moment. My review of JJS has to be posted yet, but I really liked it.

    Still waiting on Meteor 90 and not quite sure what's happening there but would dearly like to test it.
    My favourite racket so far is Meteor JJS - a complete surprise because I expected to be using BS LHI after testing that racket.

    I'm also waiting on Thruster 6000 due soon so hopefully I'll have more information over the next few weeks.
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    Hey Paul, which one is stiffer...JJS or LHI?
    Thanks

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    They are about the same. the difference lies in the feel of the frame structure of Meteor and Bravesword

    Paul
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    Okay Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    They are about the same. the difference lies in the feel of the frame structure of Meteor and Bravesword

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    Dear Paul,

    I have been reading your reviews all these while. Wonder if you will test and review on MX80? It is my main racket now because it is very excellent in so many areas. I will be glad if I can hear from you about it. Hopefully you could arrange to test it as well.

    Thanks

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    IMO Victor has made three masterpieces. SW35. BS10 and MX80. Paul, how would you compare the LHI to the BS10?

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    I think BS10 is a brilliant racket and remember reviewing it a few years ago. I would really like to do a test to compare the two rackets however it's not possible at the moment.

    I have to go from memory and would say BS10 is stiffer and possibly slightly lighter head although can't be sure on that point. It was certainly stiffer or the review racket I had was.

    MX80 was a very good racket. I had a few hits with it but not enough court time for a review. At the time I was playing with VT80 and remember saying it felt hollow compared to VT80 although i hit well with it. Aside from that and the colour I can't remember much more.
    Sadly I cannot write a review about MX80 because i do not access to one. Also, as this racket has been out for some time I'm not so sure there is a point to me writing about it.

    Aryan - if you like playing with MX80 then surely how you feel about the racket is more important than my review. After all you seem to like the racket which means my review will not count as it's been superceded by your personal feelings about the playability.
    Paul
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    lol. the list maybe applicable to you and me only though...
    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    IMO Victor has made three masterpieces. SW35. BS10 and MX80. Paul, how would you compare the LHI to the BS10?

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    The Legend II is a hidden gem. Too bad cause those of you who think the TK8000 is not stiff enough would absolutely love the Legend II.

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    If it were priced reasonably, I'd probably have the TK8000 by now. Looks just like my kind of racket - easily manageable stiffness and good weight in the head. My natural choice is usually a bit lighter, but with my attacking play lacking a bit and me being unable to train legs properly for the next 3 weeks I'm investing a fair share of time into upper body, hopefully that'll reap some results

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    It's my magic doubles racket. It only has one angle and that is steep....
    Do they cost a lot in EU? I think Eric carries them as well.

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    Yep, German price tag is 160€....kinda unaffordable for me. Even from Eric, the cost of 3-4 would be a little steep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    The Legend II is a hidden gem. Too bad cause those of you who think the TK8000 is not stiff enough would absolutely love the Legend II.
    I find the Legend II similar in feel to the N90, stiff and head heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    I find the Legend II similar in feel to the N90, stiff and head heavy.
    Never played with the N90 but to me the only difference I find is that the Legend II is stiffer. The head heaviness is only slightly more than the TK8000.
    I like it for both singles and doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    Never played with the N90 but to me the only difference I find is that the Legend II is stiffer. The head heaviness is only slightly more than the TK8000.
    I like it for both singles and doubles.
    You are a strong player !

    The Legend II to me belong to the category of racquets which are powerful but tough to use. N90 1st edition belong to that category and the most difficult one of them all is the Carlton Vapour Trail Elite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    You are a strong player !

    The Legend II to me belong to the category of racquets which are powerful but tough to use. N90 1st edition belong to that category and the most difficult one of them all is the Carlton Vapour Trail Elite.
    With box frame rackets, I can't tell the difference between how they play as much. They all feel the same to me. The only difference I feel is the stiffness.

    I would love to try the LHI eventually.

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    I wonder how the TK6000 would play like since it's the same stiffness as the TK8000 but even head heavier (5/5 instead of 4/5)

    It's almost like the TK6000 is going to be medium stiffness (3/5) with the head heaviness probably comparable to VT80.

    If anyone's tried the TK6000 before, please share your thoughts!

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    Anyone played with 'VICTOR LIGHT FIGHTER 7000'?

    Looks like a fun little racquet

    http://www.directbadminton.co.uk/Pro...roductID=12334

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