VICTOR HX-800LTD Power and VICTOR HX-800LTD Control

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  1. Ch1k0

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    The differences are usually in stiffness or a little extra head weight or both.
     
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    Yup.

    I must say I'm rather curious about the HX800C too. Anyone with a head to head comparison with its power sibling?
     
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    Care to share where to purchase one of these MYP HX800Ltd versions?
     
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    From one of the local seller in Malaysia.
     
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    Currently NR900 user which is a great racket but very stiff. Bought the X800 Power which I assume will have almost the same fill. The feedback is good, very friendly racket and easy to maneuver. For the smash, imo is very fast! I really like this racket!


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    Hi Job! Where did you bought your X800P in the PH? Juego? HM? Tia

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    Hello Giron! Bought here in Queensway, Singapore. 220sgd.


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    seller details?
     
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    Thanks Mate!

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    Hello Allana07, seller is Chau Beng Sports.

    HX800 LTD Power 3UG5- BG66UM @26lbs

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    How did the control version compare to the power? Based on specs, I'm leaning towards control.

    Seems most of the suppliers here only stock the HX800, and not the LTD editions.
     
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    I am considering the Control as well but cannot decide between hx 800Control and HX500 Control. They have almost the same specs. What is the difference?
     
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    They do not have the same specs. The 500 C is 1 notch nore flexible.
     
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    name of the shop?
     
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    How does this compare in stiffness and power compared to js 10 3u?
     
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    i'm a MX 90 user
    is changing to this LTD P / C considered an upgrade?
    im planning to sell my MX and getting 800P, the racket will come around august on my country
    what about 800p vs lining N99 ?
    any words ?

    at the moment im satisfied with my mx 90 but even though i bought 3u the weight is not really heavy, after i swing hx 4u, hx800 4u is -+heavier IMO
     
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    im an MX 90 user too:)
    used to have MX JJS, but then went to MX 90. But have now bought the HX 800 LTD C and P versions. will get to pick them up next time i go to hong kong. cant wait:) yeh i dont find the 3U MX 90's heavy at all. Just a much more solid feel with them.
     
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    i'm using Brave sword 09 4U, should i chose HX800 C 4U or 3U?
     
  20. Ch1k0

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    Go with 4U. The frame is slower and more powerful. If you're not a regular 3U user, you more than likely will suffer trying to adapt to the higher overall weight.
     
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