Voltric Z-Force II: 3U VS 4U

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    First I would like to say that I am primarily a doubles player that is looking for a head heavy racquet. I have done some research and have decided to purchase the Voltric Z Force 2. Although, I am having trouble deciding on whether I should use the 3U or the 4U version for doubles. Thoughts?
     
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    4u us perfect. Razor sharp accuracy and handling. And smashes? Oh boy!!!!!!
    Used it till November. It was the doubles racket meant for smashing. Played only once with a 3u and it felt like a jack hammer. Would need more time with a 3u zf2. But 4u was just perfect. No problem in defence. It became my forte.
     
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    I have tried using the 3U version and enjoyed using it without any problems, but im wondering if the 4U is worth the extra speed and control over power.
     
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    wont say lacking in power. but yes, speed in defence is there! control remains unchanged for me!
     
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    If I were to use the 3U version, would I be losing out on anything significant?
     
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    only speed and stamina drain are an issue!
     
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    alright thanks for the advice, Ill take it into consideration when I order
     
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    Can anyone pls tell me the difference between voltric 7 and voltric z force 2?
    I have voltric 7 and it has pretty great smashes,but lacks greatly in the defense department.
    Is z force 2 having better smash and defense?
    Is it worth the upgrade?
    Any other racket which is slightly lighter but has great smashes?
     
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    Nope. It isn't. You aren't accounting for stiffness and your need to upgrade to a better technique. We can't answer better smash and defence. But it's worth the upgrade in technique. Zf2 is harsh on your shoulders.
     
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    Well
    Well, yeah I Know about that but still, is zf2 light Enough compared to vt7? Vt7 was very heavy and kinda slowed my game drastically.Have u used vt7?
     
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    It has some speed.
     
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    Which Voltric 7? DG or the normal/neo? There is a huge difference.
     
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    I used voltric 7 as well as neo...but here m talking about plain voltric 7


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    Sorry to say, but if you can't defend satisfying with the VT7 and feel it is slow, forget the ZFII. IMO the VT7 is a really quick racket and not really head heavy. To me it don't feel sluggish, maybe you got a lemon? Anything lighter will result to be difficult and will become less effective for overhead shots. I recommend drills to practice defending with the Voltric 7 instead of buying anything lighter.
     
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