LCW Limited Edition gear

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  1. amleto

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  2. RVStrike13

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    I'm curious if all of the specs are the same for this racket. When Yonex released the Nanospeed 9900 for 2011 BWF WC people were saying that it was just a bit stiffer than the original one. I'm curious what mini changes have been done with the ZF2
     
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    Got my Voltric z force ii LTD yesterday, and i am going to ude it for training tomorrow :D
     
  4. YellowJin

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    To be honest, I've only had about a 30 minute swing-about with this racquet as a customer came into the shop and wanted to try out our demo.
    It felt much easier to use compared to the VTZF2, even though it was a 3u5. I felt it wasn't as strenuos on my shoulders or my elbow and i went in for some hard hitting. Clears and backhands were fairly effortless, but still some mis-timing as I usually use the Arcsaber 11. Definitely worth another look compared to the standard ZF2.
     
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    Tried my Voltric z-force ii ltd out today.
    I have to say, that it felt great! I got the feeling, that every shot was possible.
    I only used it, for about an hour +/-, so this is just what it felt like.
    Attack: Smashes were great. I could put every shot down the line, if I wanted to. It was a bit difficult to make drop shots in the beginning, because of the smaller head, but it didn´t take long, before they were killers! Compared to my Voltric 80 pg and n90ii, the smashes were like rockets!
    Defence: Great! That is almost everything I need to say. It was not hard at all, to move the racket around, and I took some shots, which I never had believed I could take! And it was winners. Compared to n90ii, it is much better in the defence, and compared to voltric 80, it is slightly faster.
    Control: This is here, I think the biggest potential lies. It is amazing, I can´t even describe it, the feeling you get from the racket!
    Looks: It is a nice looking racket, and the dark pink is looking great together with the black colour :)
     
  6. Nova89

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    Pink is tough color for a lot of guys. I am not sure if I can wear pink outfit on court without people staring. I think they are going to stare at me and I'll just feel bad. I'm a LCW fan but I cant follow him on this choice lol
     
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    Anybody know why there is a patentnumber printed on the ZF2LCW version and not on the regular ZF2?

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    What strings are those? They look really cool.
     
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    I'm guessing BG65 strings... I remember they did come in that light blue/cyan color...
     
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    It's BG66 in turquoise!
     
  11. Emmanuelwoon

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    Any review on voltric force lcw on the court ?

    Vtflcw


    Thanks much
     
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    Loved the LCW ZFll. Found it stiffer than the regular ZFll. Smashes were harder and net plays better. Backhand clears needed better timing. Overall it's a keeper.
     
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    any voltric force lcw owner here
     
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    Yup, just tried mine yesterday. Strung with bg65 at 27lbs. It's a heavy racquet, strong smashes, clears and drives well. Not so good for fast racquet play though as it takes quite a lot of power to wield it, compared to my previous Yonex Nanoray. Double shots (trick) may get harder. Definately for the player who wants more aggression in his/her game. Good for training too I think. :)
     
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    djnickyc,

    I'm planning to buy his model (VT Force LCW), I was wondering how heavy it really is. Its rated as a 4U. Would you say it is 3U in weight?
     
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    You should get it. Nice racquet to play with. Regarding the weight, after a few months with it, am used to it now. Takes a while to get used to if previously you were not using a head heavy racquet. Not sure what the difference is between 4u and 3u, but the racquet is built in such a way for power play. Your forearms will feel the strain, that's for sure.
     
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    Hi,For who that like zf ii LCW 3ug5
    I just bought it (2 rackets for replace AT 900 PLC model) and play for 2 times ( 2 days per week).
    It is very good racket.Just summary and IMO the zf ii LCW play better overall compare to old AT 900PLC.
    But I notice that string tension on zf ii LCW seem a bit tight wwhen in the same tension of AT 900 PLC.
    Same string , stringer , string m/c same day...26 lbs. 2 knots but when on zf ii LCW it seem like 27 lbs.
    So I re-string them with new set up to 25 lbs. 2 knots.
    If you interest ,I will tell you after this weekend.
     
  20. 03188lee

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    I own the one, I would say it's head heavier than I thought it would be. Need more power to swing it, not yet tested in court. Certainly for powerful smashes seeking.
     

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