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

  1. alihaydor

    alihaydor Regular Member

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    where can i buy apacs racquets on line
     
  2. clearng

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    try ebay.com there somebody open auction over there
     
  3. clearng

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    i found out there is a new series from APACS
    fusion 1001-1005
    is not found the the 2007 catalouge and web site yet
    www.apacs-sports.com
    have any 1 have it
    review pls
     
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    hello...

    I have apacs nano 7700 and apacs nano 900 power(white) both 4u, and they both seem to be head light. I was wondering if there is any apacs racquets that are more head heavy... and a little more for smashing.

    I prefer 7700 i seem to get a little more power with this racquet, maybe because of the string difference, but when you play with them they feel pretty much the same.

    And i dont want very head heavy.

    Is any of nano power racquets better for smashing or NS. And what about acrsabre 7. Or maybe nano fusion OS.

    Could anybody tell me witch racquets do you think is the right one for me...



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  5. clearng

    clearng Regular Member

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    recomend u nano fusion or VH series very good
     
  6. Sealman

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    Would suggest u try testing a nanopower8000 or nano900 red

     
  7. clearng

    clearng Regular Member

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    mention "this is from my oppinion"

    normally ppl or we call it social players starting they will looking for those head light or light weight racket, cause of easy to handle with it, and another reason they still not get use of, still not get use of the game, the badminton game, their wrist still not get use with the weight of the racket, normally they will think YONEX racket heavy, me too.
    So that others brands like APACS produce some model thats light weight and very light weight, but not only APACS produce light weight racket, just too much brands i cannot fully mention(by the way this is a APACS fans club).
    Yonex also have some very light weight model, for example TI-7 TI-5LT, Nano 5K 6K, .......
    But when u meet some others players like National Team or retired national team , state player or retired state player, or those more highier range than social players, most of them will said heavy or head heavy racket are good,,,,,,most of them will say the same
    So when u choose racket just start with a light weight 1st , if u do not know how to compare just go to any shop , i am sure they will selling YONEX CARBONEX 21, take on it , than choose others model den u will know whats the different.
     
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    ok me again

    I still havent dicide witch racquet to buy, i am searching the most powerfull.

    Here is the list and if you could please tell me witch one is the most head heavy, and good for smashing.

    1.Edgesabre 7
    2.Nano 800 power
    3.Nano 900 power (have one of these(white) not really happy with the power)
    4.Nano 700 power
    5.Pc 998
    6.Nano fusion OS
    7.Nano 7000
    8.nano 7700 (heve one of these also, better than nano 900 power, in tearms of power)
    9.Nano 9000 speed

    Hope to see replay as soon as possibe, because i am in a hurry

    PS. If you have to buy 5 racquets witch ow these would you buy
     
  9. clearng

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    for me NANO FUSION SERIES AND NANO 9000 SPEED is quite powerful enough
     
  10. punchclear

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    Just note that Apacs' Nano 9000 Speed comes in 3U & 4U. Found the 3U to be pack more of a punch.;)
    PC 998/996 is worth considering also. Uncomplicated & work pretty well.:)
     
  11. clearng

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    In Terms Of Powerful Or Not
    Sure Is That Heavier Is More Powerful
    If The Racket Come With 3u Or 4u Sure Is 3u More Power
    If Come With 2u Or 3u ,,,,,,,2u No Nit To Said

    Normally Apacs Most Of The Model Is 4u Or 3u

    I Still Not See Any 2u Yet In Apacs
     
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    Where did you buy it from?
     
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    I dropped by 10n10 @Bras Basah complex (Singapore) and saw the Apacs arcsaber7 clone. It has a different name - "NanoSaber7"
     
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    The "Singapore-version" is NanoSaber 7.;)
    You'll find the line, "For Singapore only", or something to that extent printed somewhere on the shaft.:)
    They say it's the same as EdgeSaber 7, though I wouldn't know for sure...:confused:
     
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    nanosaber7? any picture
    Edgesaber7 there got picture and selling at ebay.com.my
     
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    Any 1 here try Fusion series 1001-1005 ?
     
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    Wat kind of tension u guy prefer in Apacs racket ?

    do u guy make it maximum 30LBS?

    lol

    for me 28LBS if BG65Ti will be 27LBS

    so wat kind of tension u guy prefer ........
     
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    how much was the racket?
     
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    Nanosaber7 is typically offered at SGD 100, although I hear that the Edgesaber7 retails for half the price in Malaysia.:eek:
    It is claimed that Nanosaber7 is 'specific' for Singapore market, and is the same as the Edgesaber7 (can't comment further on this, as I don't play either model).;)
     
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    Yonex ARCSAber7 I tried d
    not power enough maybe cause of medium stiff flex
    but controling is 5star rated
    hope APACS NanoSaber7 will be same too
     

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