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any new user for arcsba Z slash or TH version ?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by yurimaster2010, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. yurimaster2010

    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    kindly share your view if you just become fans of yonex Z slash or latest TH version...
     
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    i mean share me you thoughts why u used Z slash and how you feel when u use new TH version?
    In term of
    1) control, defense, attack
    2) Shaft stiffness
    3)feeling
    4)color
    5)accuracy in getting the shots on the line
    6) others personal observation
    7)worth the money u invest?
     
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    Well... here you go...

    1) control, defense, attack

    all the three above...

    2) Shaft stiffness

    I would say it is flexi..

    3)feeling

    You will have to feel it yourself, it is personal preference...

    4)color

    Not important... cosmetic...

    5)accuracy in getting the shots on the line

    Depends on the user...

    6) others personal observation

    String use depends on your locate climate...

    7)worth the money u invest?[/QUOTE]

    Don't know, I bought 2 pcs to try out... still using it until now...

    Thanks.
     
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    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    ok lets rate them
    1 is least
    10 is max
     
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    It is personal preference... Some love it, it will be 10. Some hate it, it will be 1..
     
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    i mean rating for each specific criteria above not in general.
    we need to be specific and as accurate possible to fulfil and comply to this forum requirement when asking and giving feedback...:eek:
     
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    Precisely, what I mean is that such feedback is meaningless. If you are interested in certain racket, go get one or borrow one, test it yourself. Different players with different skills and techniques will derive different performance.

    If you observe carefully, there were many people who bought rackets after reading from the feedback from forum that it is superb, and .... eventually ends up at the Buy/Sell Section.

    And... whatever mentioned by me... as I had mentioned, it is my own personal preference, and if you take it as a reference, only with personal analysis subject to unknown factors....

    Thanks.
     
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    best case is buy a racket directly and test them this is consider best case but no all ppl can buy all racket in the world they like just to test them.
    Also not all of our friend have the racket we like to test them.

    thats why we try to narrow the racket option which we think we like thru information sharing collected from then forum then only decide to buy them.

    however in order to comply to this forum requirement i rephase this topic for more specific information collections...

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...nForum.com-***
     
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    All your so called 'narrowed down' questions were already answered long long ago. What I would suggest to anyone before asking questions, to conduct a search through the forums, instead of duplicating the questions.

    The review by ANTS at http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...ArcSaber-Z-Slash-Review&highlight=ARC+SABER+Z and other reviews had fully answered your questions.

    And... if you or anyone who are interested in getting the Arc Saber Z, pay a visit to the abovementioned thread, it will be a fruitful visit; afterwhich you should have enough information in hand to make your decision.

    Thanks.
     
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    Do you really mean that?

    I mean, the ArcZ is completely crap. It's balance is only slightly head heavy. The shaft is actually flexible instead of stiff like it should have been. Dun even get me started about that stupid small sweetspot. I can hardly defend with the racket and keep missing the shuttle when I swop at the shuttle. On the rare occasion that I hit the shuttle, it doesn't even fly to the baseline and most of the time get intercepted halfway by my opponent with his flying cross court smash. Attack? dun even think about it.

    Net play is hardly any better since the racket is longer than my table tennis bat. I miss a lot of cross court net shots when using this racket.

    In other words, I get creamed by my opponents when I use this racket so I dun think anyone half as serious about badminton as I am should be using such a joke of a racket.

    Now.. have I affected your decision at all? Seriously dude. All the members here have been telling you that you are looking the wrong way. Go try it out for yourself. If you are worried about cost, just get a 2nd hand one.

    Note: This user opinion is completely fictitious. Any resemblance to your real experience with the ArcZ is purely coincidental.
     
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    :D:D:D You got it!!
     
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    Just to mention skill level again....

    We have a group of guys who like playing badminton and comparing the superiority of their rackets...

    one day, another guy joined us. He just came back from JB (Johor Bahru). He bought 3 rackets for RM100/-. Well... it should be less than S$40/-.

    He smashed everyone out of their shorts....

    From that day onwards... everyone learnt the true fact of good rackets....

    Thanks.
     
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    Stop blaming the rackets....hahahaha it has always been YOU......always is always....there's no ALWAY....only all the way!!! hahahah :p
     
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    After reading your indepth yet humorous comment, i am inclined to buy this racket to test it out personally. You really make me wonder how bad this racket can be. I shall share my experience after i have carried out the test (succession of baseline return vs half court).
     
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    Why not you buy over the "creamed" racket from WY....I pay for the shipping cost....:p
     
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    Not sure if he will let it go. From what I gather from his post, the racket has given him an 'unforgettable' experience. I guess it has great sentimental value to him.

    Let's wait for his reply then. Maybe he wants to leave the past behind him.
     
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    WY is just posting his comment as fictitious comment....so dun take it so seriously ah.....hahahahha :p
     
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    Oops..... I got too carried away. It really sounded like his real life experience.
     

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