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Racket Suggestions

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Xtinction, Mar 3, 2019.

  1. Xtinction

    Xtinction New Member

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    I've been trying to purchase a new racket, but I am having trouble finding the right racket.
    I'm looking for a racket that is balance or slightly head heavy and with a shaft somewhere around a medium stiffness.
     
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    I've been looking to get a new doubles racket and I've stumbled upon the Victor Brave sword 12 and Yonex voltric 70 e tune.
    I would say I'm intermediate.
    Also what is the difference between the brave sword 12 and 12l?
     
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    I've been looking to get a new doubles racket and I've stumbled upon the Victor Brave sword 12 and Yonex voltric 70 e tune.
    I would say I'm intermediate.
    Also what is the difference between the brave sword 12 and 12l?
     
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    Hi, the bs12L is 4u and has a smaller grip size than the bs12, other than that it's just the colour that's different.
    The bs12 is a great racket for doubles as long as you like a little flex in a racket, I've not used V70E so I can't comment on that.
     
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    I have been using a headlight 4u racket with similar specs as the bs12. I have also been suggested the V70E from a friend, therefore I included it.
     
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    hay there,

    the BS12 is a great racket for your needs.

    Have a good one
     
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    Thank you for your responses.
     
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    If u r into headlight rackets that emphasize in speed and defence, the likes of Yonex Nanoray, Victor Jetspeed and the new Yonex Nanoflare comes to mind with a aerodynamic/diamond frame that slices thru the air with minimum air resistance. Each of these may suit your needs depending on the shaft stiffness you prefer:
    Flexible shaft: Yonex Nanoray 750
    Mid stiff shaft: Yonex Nanoray 700, Victor Jetspeed 12
    Stiff shaft: Yonex Nanoray 800, 900, Nanoflare 700, Victor Jetspeed 10, 11
     

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