Maxbolt rackets

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  1. pathan

    pathan Regular Member

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    red has a medium stiff shaft, slightly more than the other 2 colors. It also has the best review among users.
     
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    Anybody using Woven Tech 60? Care to share some experience? I've used Assassin before, rather disappointing. Lacking in power and no feel to smashes. Thank you.
     
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    In Chennai u can get in walaja road near chepauk stadium shop name sports world.... This Saturday im going to buy
     
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    Hi,
    I have tried woven tech 60. If you are into flexible rackets, this would be perfect for you. I had the red variant which marketed as medium stiff, but nowhere close to medium. I feel the shaft is very flexible, and easy to generate power due to its head heavy balance. The reason i dont prefer this racket is mainly due to the stiffness. I experienced lags from the flex, lacks control during clears. Smashes is very good tho, packs of punch and effortless. If only maxbolt made the shaft stiffer, this would be a great racket. If you are into flexible and head heavy racket, then this racket is worth a try for its price.

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    Hi, im new to Maxbolt rackets.
    Has anyone used Turbo Charge Sword 3?
    I wondered what it was like and how stiff it was, Ive seen varying specs online
     
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    i hope u meant Turbo Power Sword 3... I'm planning to get one soon... It's most probably is flex shaft... That's what I've seen so far.
     
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    I think that's it thanks, if its a flexible shaft it won't be any good for me.
    Are there any stiff, mid to head light rackets in the range?
    If there are any with sword type frames then that would be ideal.
     
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    Excaliburs are very very nice rackets by maxbolt I think fastest I tried, very very thin and sharp profile, and too wobbly at all just too light for me :) but i think they released 85g version as well I had 83g one, but very tricky to get them to europe
     
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    Where is Maxbolt based in? Can anyone give an idea of the top end series avail? Anything Woven is interesting :)
     
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    Any one tried this Maxbolt New Teno 12 model? How is it compared to Maxbolt Nezer and Assasin?
     
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    anybody know where maxbolt factory/producer is?
     
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    Maxbolt is malaysia brand
     
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    yes, trying to find their factory / official seller to purchase in bulk
     
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    Hi all, pls share review on Woven Tech 90 vs Gallant Tour?
     
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    Anyone else here totally in love with their Nezer X19s? It's great for pulling of some surprises in attack and defense.
     
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    Hmm.. iirc.. Maxbolt is a Korean brand. MAXX is the one that is Malaysian.
     
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    Hello everyone, anyone here has tried the Maxbolt Black Series. was describes as Even Balance type

    From Racquet World FB

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    Racquet World , Pertama Complex

    Introducing the Black Series ! The even Balance racket frame of Black Mark of 2020 Black of the Year !
     
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    I tried the Maxbolt Nezer 19 but i found it rather heavy for my preferrence. I recently ordered the maxbolt assassin red. Hopefully it matches my game. I play mixed and men's doubles with a knack for defensive shots and drives. I rarely smash since injuring my wrist 4 years ago (dequervain tenosynovitis).
     
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    I agree. I thought it was going to be fast because of the 65 gram weight but really it felt like a hammer.
     

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