VICTOR Jetspeed S10 was launched in 2015 to replace the previous model (Bravesword), which had been very successful and for this reason, there was great speculation to know if this racket would be very good or not.
For people who do not know this brand, it is one of the largest and best known in the professional world and widely used by players in Europe and beyond.
The VICTOR Jetspeed S10 is a balanced racket and has a slightly smaller head than normal while still having the shaft slightly thinner.
This makes this racquet lighter and also very aerodynamic by cutting the air perfectly and allowing your swing to be quite fast.
We can consider that this is currently one of the best on the market, both for single players and doubles players because it manages to deliver a good level of power and is also quite fast in shorter moves.
As for its design, it is composed of white, black, turquoise blue and red which does not seem to be a very common combination but which have managed to make it look pretty.
See below your specifications given by the manufacturer:
|Frame & Shaft||Ultra Hi-Modulus Graphite + PYROFIL + Nano Fortify|
|Weight / Grip Size:||87 g (4U) / G5|
|Color||Black / Blue / White / Red|
All About VICTOR Jetspeed S10 (Review)
This racket has a slightly stiff shaft not having great flexibility but that in the beat does not feel so much because of not having much weight on the head.
Some players usually have difficulties with this type of shaft but it does not seem to be the case in the Voltric Jetspeed 10, being this well versatile and great for any type of player.
Smaller Head and Slimmer Shaft
In order to increase its aerodynamics, Victor cut where he could and tried to make this racquet as fast as possible while maintaining his level of control and ability to transfer power to his swings.
The Nano-Fortify and Pyrofil technologies were implemented in a way that tried to increase the racket’s capacity both at higher repulsion level and less weight compared to conventional graphite.
It has an isometric structure, which increases the sweet spot of the racket, thus allowing greater control and power without having to hit exactly in the middle.
Now we’ll look at your performance across the various types of bids and see what your strengths and weaknesses are.
The clears are made without any problem and with the greatest ease, just make the correct movement that the shuttle flies to the other side of the field.
Due to the weight of the racket, this movement can be done during an entire game without having that sensation that your arm will fall.
The Voltric Jetspeed 10 is great in drop shots but be careful because it is a very fast racket so it may surprise the timing that is needed.
However once mastered, which should be able to do quickly, it becomes a lethal weapon for quick and accurate drop shots.
It is not a racket made for the top players in smashes (balanced instead of head heavy) but does not disappoint in terms of performance and manages to deliver an above-average amount of power in it if it has the necessary technique.
We can say that any player with an aggressive and attacking style of play would not feel bad playing with her.
What makes this racket one of the best on the market is its defense.
Many of the rackets that are great at attacking end up not being the ideas to defend because the weight on the head makes them a little slower, making more difference for players of doubles who need to be constantly making short and fast movements.
Even the game at the foot of the net is very versatile and easy giving a great freedom and speed that may surprise you depending on your experience with different types of rackets.
VICTOR Jetspeed S10
Certainly, we recommend this racket to any player, whether single or even, offensive or more defensive players.
It’s close to being the perfect racket for any type of play and the reason for that is its versatility, giving to play in any style of play instead of being very focused on just how many of the top rackets are.
The price is normal for this range and if you want to play with one of the best rackets on the market then it is natural to have to pay a little more, but we consider it to cost a fair price for the quality it delivers.
And so, did you know more about this racquet with our VICTOR Jetspeed S10 review, since its characteristics, if it is good to attack, defend, price, etc …?
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