2019 VICTOR DriveX-7K

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  1. - иεvvεи٭т -ツ

    - иεvvεи٭т -ツ Regular Member

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    New range from Victor, replacing Hypernano?
     
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    Interesting, is this an even balance or more head heavy? It's around the stiffness range I like!
     
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    Also have double kick point?
    Seems like another 3 in 1 frame racket from Vixtor after TKF.
     
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    Any information released on this racket yet?
     
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    - иεvvεи٭т -ツ Regular Member

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    Due for release around September this year
     
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    I ended up getting one, quick thoughts on the Victor page.
     
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    Omg.
    Identical to my type of play.
     
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    Any more reviews on the model?
     
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    looks like they are available in Canada now.

    but they are significantly cheaper than other models? is this high end made in Taiwan?
     
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    It's made in China. Their high ends tend to get cheaper recently.
     
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    It's indeed now available in Canada. I was curious so I ordered one. Will try it out and post impressions eventually.
     
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    it's great, hope you'll like it! it's quite heavy for a control racket so 4U should be fine for most.
     
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    Tried the 4UG5 version. Looks stunning imo, more of a matte dark grey than black with nice and subtle orange and red accents. Overall good racket, fast enough for a HH racket, and quite powerful. Would need more hours with it the write a more elaborate review. Compared to my favorite rackets of recent years (mainly BS12 and the new Panda Power Ppro Prototype), it is clearly not as fast and not as easy to generate decent power. It probably can generate more power but with much more effort. I think that playing several years with the BS12 spoiled me in a way, that I just can't like or feel comfortable with any significantly stiffer rackets.
     
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    Any other reviews or comments about this racket especially for anyone that tried the 3U?

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    There's a Drive 8s on victorsport.com. anyone know about it?

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