Voltric z force 2 4u alternative

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  1. Izzat Ismail

    Izzat Ismail New Member

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    Good day everyone.

    I've been looking for a voltric z force 2 4u more affordable back up. I've read all the threads that i found and would like to ask new opinions. I've read that the similar rackets would be
    1. Voltric 80 - i couldnt find it
    2. Ld force - even the used ones are too pricey
    3. Voltric force - tried it, it feels heavier

    Please let me know if there's any racket that has the same feel, from any brands. Thank you badminton central
     
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    ZF2 is a very unique racquet and there's probably not a single racquet out of any of the manufacturers that feel the same and is cheaper. However, most of the head heavy stuff will feel similar and probably would be fine. For example, DG10 is a cheap alternative, but it's only 3U, there's also the VT80ET, which comes in 4U and is often discounted a lot as not many people use it. You could also look around for second hand zf2s. It is very likely that someone is selling their zf2 and it would be cheap because there's low demand for this racquet and many people wanting to sell it.
     
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    Izzat Ismail New Member

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    Thank you for the suggestion. I found a very cheap dg10 but since i mostly play doubles, i was afraid that it would be more similar to the 3u zf2. Do you know of any other good 4u HH rackets from other brands?
     
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    It really depends on your budget. If you don't mind high end there are plenty of options. If you're looking for a cheaper variant you might need to try some of the smaller brands.
     

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