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FHF was using n9ii for the olympics
Hv u tried to claim the warranty?
Provably an arc11 or duora10
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I currently use zf n zf2 for singles n z speed n vt80 4u for doubles
If u really looking for one single racquet for both then u probably choose an...
Try to buy second hand zf2, zf, vr80, at900p or at700 (if u r lucky enough), much cheaper than a brand new one
Or if u like Victor u may also try...
i found the shb aerus lack of support from its surface and coverage of the foot
i would rather choose 01 or 02
but for me i like the cushion of 01...
i love that yellow x purple colour lol
good to see that they put that colour on shb01 coz i like shb01 more than shb02 haha
voltric force should be low or mid range racket, zf2 is the top range racket
however zf2 should be more stiff and head heavy
The discussion abt jp coded rackets/strings compared to other coded equipments will never end
As a user, i dont think there is any difference...
Lcw usually uses BG66 normally and bg66sharp before
Not sure abt this one
Nanogy strings can provide better durability which most non pro players would like so that ppl can save a lot from frequent stringing
We can actually pair the thickness of the strings that we want wif the wide range of strings haha
Gonna be a lot of combinations
My friends string the nr900 higher than 30 lbs around 32-33 lbs, no problem at all, n most strings can hold up to 40lbs+
U can see some ppl trying...
I hv tried both of them at 30 lbs, i found bg66um is better in most of the aspects except the durability and bg68ti has a softer feeling
Except edge saber 10 i dun think there r any racket similar to arc10 seriously
Most new rackets r quite stiff
If u like even balance racket would...
Only zf2 i can say
Not sure if u can get an apacs racket in india, if yes then probably edge saber 10 from apacs, its just like an apacs version of arc10
Hvnt tried n99
But n80ii is a weird racket, flexible but head heavy with aero frame, making it swings very fast but hard to control, not a good...
Wht kind of racket u looking at? Head heavy? Head light? Singles or doubles?
But if simply compare those i would pick voltric 70 etune
Arc11 comes to my mind when u talk abt all round, but don't miss out Duoro10, it's good as well
35lbs is reli reli hard...
Of course wif the advanced technology a normal top range racket like zf2 can hold up to 35 lbs, not a problem