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

  1. nosebleedXD

    nosebleedXD Regular Member

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    i have an armor muscle 90, i could say its a bit similar to the ti-10 and a bit or armor muscle 99

    lethal 9 is garbage, try a tantrum 300
     
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    Google this blogspot..Sports Malaysia blogspot..his name is david aka arc in this forum..
     
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    r u asking me? actually i don't have nano9900 or 9990....
    nano pro 9900 is different since nano pro is an old model...
     
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    Yea Singapore $.. Hmm I think I have a nano 9000(cannot quite remember the number). is 9900 anything like 9000? Because if it is, i dun quite like 9000 as I dun quite like the feel of the racket..

    I dunno why but when i measured my 7700, the balance (measured from the bottom on handle) is at 260-270 with warp and string on but the racquet feels heavy and comfortable for me..

    What about the T200 or T300?
     
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    i've already using AP800 for several month....but few month ago, my racket collide with my doubles pair using yonex NS 9000, and my racket cracked....and nothing happen to my frenz yonex racket......maybe the material for yonex is more quality than apacs....makes the price higher and apacs cheaper.
     
  6. nosebleedXD

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    anyone tried the stern 85?
     
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    my friend who is having VH1300 broke 3 yonex rackets. I think it is the physics behind the collision, which plays a major role.
     
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    I will say just get one T200 or T300. It might take some time to adjust, but when you are done you will get the result.
     
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    What do you mean the Lethal 9 is garbage? I just ordered one.. Please elaborate =)
     
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    I would like to know as well.
     
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    nosebleedXD doesn't even have a Lethal 9 lol. Don't listen to him :p

    Low-end original apacs racquets are still pretty good.
     
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    Any lethal series that isn't the 70/60/50 is not worth buying. Lethal 90 is pretty good, really fast but I would like it to be the same headheavy 70 but with that frame.
     
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    well... I have L11 (similar to L9,7 series) , now I do not use it anymore. The racket frame flexes a lot during shots. Ii is not stable. Power is Ok but not enough to score points. Only good thing about the racket is you can recover very fast after every shots... but this is not useful at all when you cannot have either a decent control or stability or power.
     
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    =] see james hirata take it in
     
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    I bought EdgeSaber 10 and Lethal 9 combo from Andrew/racquet_sports and I have used both mainly to play in doubles.

    I like Lethal 9 at first. I can recover fast after smash but the racket can't generate power to return lob from the back. It is easy to play defense and play in the front of the net with Lethal 9 though.

    Now I play more with EdgeSaber 10 or mostly Tantrum 200. With EdgeSaber 10 if you hit the sweet spot you can return lob, and make powerful smash. EdgeSaber 10 is more stable and generate more power for me than Lethal 9. Tantrum 200 is still the best.

    If I play single, I play either with Tantrum 200 or another racket: Lethal 50.

    Both rackets (EdgeSaber 10 and Lethal 9: 4Us) are ok for doubles if you play mostly in the front of the net.

    -Indra
     
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    what is the total weight of your T200? Mine has become 106.7gm after adding a PU grip. do you have vibration issues with L50?
     
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    Hello Bros. Do anywhere in Singapore have T200 in stock? If there are any, anyone know the price? Thanks alot! :D
     
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    Hi bro , saw one piece at Hello Sports , Queensway 2nd Level , priced $135 , quoted $120 , but seems able to bargain further , good luck bro.
     
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    Thanks bro ahpeng.

    Anyway, i came across this site but im not sure if the site is authentic. http://www.battledore.com.sg
    Anyone brought from them before?

    Thanks alot! :D
     
  20. Ah_Peng

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    U r welcome :D
    The boss did ask if I wan cheaper when I walked away. Hehe
     

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