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This is a review of the latest badminton racket from Yonex, the Yonex Voltric 70. We handed over this racket to our racket sports manager Andy Hartley, who t…
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@davidpxn We have a review of the Yonex voltric 80 coming soon. I would
recommend it for aggressive players with a fast arm speed. The racket
rewards smashing, however if your arm speed is not fast enough you could
find yourself on the back foot during points.
@MauriceRobinsonSport I will try experimenting them, but here in Portugal,
will be a bit difficult thanks for the help
Maurice can u give me ur shop adress i wanna come and check ur rackets out
Very good review? Yeah you said that this is almost your favorite racket,
so which is your favorite? If you should compare it to arcsaber 7. Which
one is the best in your opinion?
Hi, yes that is correct.
Hi, please go to our website, MauriceRobinsonSports Thanks
@MauriceRobinsonSport thanks, my friend is looking at the voltric 70 at the
moment as he has the demo racket. i will be coming into the shop on the
@MauriceRobinsonSport I’m an aggressive player who also likes to play at
the net, I have a good shot and I like to make cut reverve drop..between
the z slash and voltric 70 which will be best for me?
Hello, I have a question. Which Voltric racquet of the series would be good
for me? I depend on power to score points so I would like to know, which of
the voltric series would give me the most power in my smashes and would
other racquets such as the Armortec 900 P (or racquets from other brands)
be better for this purpose?
Hi Batman, thanks for your message. I think you may need a bit stiifer
shaft now, maybe a Nano 9900 or a Voltric 70 or an Arc Saber 5DX. If you
want to come into the shop, we operate a demo system so you can try before
@12simpleplan Hi, If you want to checkout our racket sports store, please
see our website for our address and how to get there. Thanks!
Hi sorry for the delay in replying to the choice of racquet. Its really
down to your own arm speed on your overhead hitting action. If you have a
very fast arm speed the Z Slash would be the better of the two but if you
have a slow overhead hitting action the Voltric 70 would be best. I have
found the Voltric to suit me better because my arm speed has slowed down.
Hope this has helped
hi, i need a new racket but i don’t know if i should buy arcsaber 10 or
voltric 70. I’m more a defensive/offensive player and i have averige wrist
power. Could you help me?
can anybody tell me how the VT7 (not 70) compares to AT600, AT50, AT30?
@batman123456789ism i think voltric 70 will be a good choice for you
because it got a good power and it is very fast trough the air. i know the
weight is in the head but still.
I’ve heard that the Voltric 70 breaks easy because of the tri- voltage
system. Does it really break that easy? Should I buy an Armortec 900P or
Voltric 70? I like hard smashes but I want to be able to defend well. I
also want a racket that is good around the net. I am going to London today
and is thinking of buying a Voltric 70 (if it is in stock) If not I think
of getting the Armortec 900P Lee C.W Signature racket.
i got my racket from here! nanospeed 6000, i got it a while ago and need a
couple new rackets, which ones would you advise. (preferably head light) i
play for warwickshire county development
i was just wondering if u can do a review on the wilson blx vertex ?
Hi. I think you should make a correction on the Voltric 70′s shaft flex.
It’s a medium flex!
@ThatAsianDude93 no, I dont think it can be peeled off.
@ThatAsianDude93 Hi Sorry for the late reply. Yes, the Voltric range does
have a couple of stickers that are cemented on to the racket’s shaft. This
is because they wanted to use a reflective YY logo on the frame, which is
impossible to achieve printing directly on to graphite. I would suggest
they did this for a) “Style”?! or b) anti-counterfeit measures.
I’ve tried AT700 3U and felt it quite heavy for me, can u please recommend
for me a racket with stiffness about 7/10 (1 for super flexible – 10 for
super stiff), head heavy balance, and weight just like this Voltric 70 4U
(in this video)… my friend told me that kind of rackets like i said are :
Lining N90 Woods, Victor Metoer X 70, Victor Brave Sword 11, AT700 4U… I
still dont have chances to try them yet…
@LoOpEddy Hi my personal racquet is the Nanospeed 9900 mainly due to the
fact that my overhead arm speed has slowed down over my advancing years. I
have found the shaft in the 9900 so responsive to my arm speed and picks up
on the speed I want to generate. The racquets seams to help me more than
any other racquet. Before the 9900 I used the Arcsaber 7 which I felt had
similar feel to the 9900. I do like them both but the 9900 shaft for the
why I hit suits me best.
Hello there, nice review!! The only minus i can give is the shorter grip
than the older armortecs…. My favorite racket is the armortec 900
technique, do you which voltric replaces my racket the best or do you think
there will be a voltric 90 maybe??
Ok thanks, 1 more thing, Did u felt any difference in terms of the sound
produced by this racquet due to the new sound filter thingy.
can you comment on the left elbow pulling the shoulders down from the
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Man, this is so good. I am a very beginner. When I watched lot other videos
Some excellent points...liked the birds in background. Hope you do a kick
Thank you for your thoroughness. Making tennis fun again.
I wanna see your serve
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