Mizuno Badminton 2017

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  1. Iwan Pandin

    Iwan Pandin Regular Member

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    Altus is way too expensive and at the same price bracket as Fortius but the technology seems better than the Altius.
    The series other than JPX are also at the same price range of JPX but don't have that technology/inovation as the JPX like hexagon frame, combi frame.
    Other series that interest me is Speedflex 7.0 Pro due to its light, ultra flexible and Head Heavy. None of the JPX or Fortius have this kind of spec, but the Speedflex is lacking other features .
     
  2. Budi

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    if i see some of their racket namely F30P/C, JPX series, xyst series, they seems like to fit in their own category as they had their own uniqueness.
    Like XYST that promote their T-Joint which would improve stability & control.
    JPX series that use different frame type combination as selling point.
    F30 that use classic box frame with slimmer shaft & solid/filling frame similar to Yonex solid feel core tech.

    But idk, im not quite following MZ racket. Maybe thing/stuff on XYST, Prototype, Technix are an old tech.
     
  3. Bieffe

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    Is interesting the top 3 rackets are made in Japan. I didn't know.

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  4. Iwan Pandin

    Iwan Pandin Regular Member

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    Which racket are you referring to?
     
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    Isn’t 87 to 88g 3u already? Does the Fortius 10Q comes in 3u? I’ll be interested.
     
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    Swing weight. Not "weight".

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    I see, sorry my bad.

    But is it possible to find a fortius 10Q which weigh within the 3U weight range?


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  8. Budi

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    if it exist, well it might be hard to impossible to find. To find one that had quite big production error with nowdays tech, i think it will be 1 of a whole 10Q ever released:p
    Anyway, had anyone try XYST03?
     
  9. Iwan Pandin

    Iwan Pandin Regular Member

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    The best bet is you go to badminton store, weight all the F10Q they have, then pick the one that closer to 3U :)
     
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    Managed to get one at 87g


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  11. Iwan Pandin

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    Please review the racket
     

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