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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by clearng, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. sxg2009

    sxg2009 Regular Member

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    Does it really work better?
     
  2. ziggy87

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    what really work? aero frame?
    on victor braveswords and superwaves, yes.
    on apacs, i'm not sure but it should
    look for reviews on Lethal 90 since it's apacs's first racket with aero frame
     
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    "Apacs Canada/USA NEW ARRIVAL ...... SLAYER 99 .. 3U and 2U version
    3U with balance point of 285 ... All Arround
    2U with balance point of 290 ... Offensive "

    That makes sense(?) ... why not give it different names then?
     
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    I don't get it also. Tempted to get one of each of the slayers. To try.
     
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    Can someone please purchase the slayer 95. How does it feel compare to the lethal 70 or edgesaber z slayer... =)
     
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    Where we can buy the APACs Raquets in Singapore/Malaysia? Cheapest geniune place to buy, best online shop.
     
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    Hi all, i am crying as i type this msg as my favorite racket Apacs 7700 broke during what my racket crashed with another racket.. And after going to a few shops in Singapore, I could not find any more apacs 7700..
    Now, I am looking to buy another Apacs racket with the same balance as 7700 but slightly stiffer.
    My usual style of playing is currently more smashes and likes to play drop shots..

    Please introduce me to 1 or 2 rackets that is like 7700 but slightly stiffer.

    Thank You..
     
  10. Bucsy

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    To add on, I play most doubles game..
     
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    how much is your budget ?
     
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    Since you are based in Singapore, you could consider the Sintec version of the 7700. Of course nothing beats the original - Yonex NS7700. I like all three versions :)
     
  13. Mysteryimpt

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    Hey Sealman, He was using Apacs 7700... is Apacs 7700 and Yonex NS7700 performance and weight distribution same? Just curious as you mentioned Yonex NS7700
     
  14. Mysteryimpt

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    I am a similar style player as you and I play mixed doubles and doubles. I have been using Apacs Tantrum 300 for last 6 weeks. I have really grown to love it. Give it a shot see if it suits your liking. cant help you much sorry as I never played the Apacs 7700 before. Cheerz let me know it goes.
     
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    About 100 bucks
     
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    s'pore $ ? then you can try stern 200, a very good double racket...
    if it was ringgit, then you can try the nano 9900.
     
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    Nano 9900 apacs is way too head light. Smashes wont be as powerful unless you are strong and have perfect technique.
     
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    then go for nano 9900/9990 power:D
     
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    where do you get the nano 9900?

    i see them for sale on ebay but is there a diff from the one dinkalot reviewed

    nano pro 9900? vs nano 9900?

    is there a diff? thanks
     
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    I am currently using Ti 10 (Purple), I would love to find an Apacs racket that is simular to the Ti 10. Will Lethal 9 be a good option? As I saw the specs saying that it is designed for driving shots.

    Anyone tried the Lethal 9? Please give me some advise please!!!
     

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