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

  1. roller

    roller Regular Member

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    believe sintec's apacs rackets are parallel imports from malaysia, not from singapore distributor
     
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    I thought is like that, coz Singapore model is Nano299Power.
     
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    Apacs Lethal 50

    this is the Apacs' top racket for the moment.
    built-in shaft??? :D
    good feel racket. costing around RM280 per pc.
    enjoy............:)
     

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    drifit Moderator

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    Apacs Lethal 35

    ok..... this one is the mid-range. big top holes.......:p
    check out its width!!! :eek:
    left = Lethal 50
    mid = Lethal 35
    right = Edge Saber 10
     

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    The top of Lethal 35 looks like Prince tennis rackets. Apparently it's meant to reduce air resistance.
     
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    I thought the Edge 10's top part is red? Could it be a 7 there?

    Anyway, are the Lethal series a new range by Apacs or what? Never saw them before...
     
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    bro drifit have done it again...
    thanks for the nice photos...
     
  8. chongkiatz

    chongkiatz Regular Member

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    harlo guys... so what the result after try the racket?? i interesting on nano 900 but dunno going to white or red >.<
     
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    hm..... whether is 10 or 7, the width still the same ;) maybe it is a 101 :D
    Lethal 50 is the top racket from Apacs, you can see it in 2008 catalogue.
    err.... lousy photos from my N82. that place quite dark and no place for me to take photos :(
    can feel the Lethal 50 is a solid racket.

    phandrew mentioned that the Lethal 35 suppose to be aerodynamic design. but, only 4 big holes & widebody, will it reduce air resistance?
     
  10. Tianfook

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    Hi,

    I'm currently using Apacs Power Concept 1080 and I like the grip size. It's written 3UG3 on my racquet. If I were to get an Yonex Armotec 900T, I should go for the G4 version instead of G5 right?

    Thanks

    Regards,
    Tian Fook
     
  11. phandrew

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    If they both have only stock grips then yes Apacs G3 is about the same as Yonex G4 but if you get a G5 grip size you can add overgrips to get the same size as G4
     
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    Prince badminton rackets have had these 'giant holes' for a few months now (if not more?). Heres a link describing the technology
    http://www.princebadminton.com/technology_t_o3.php
    Question is if the technology does what it says then how come these prince rackets havent hit the big time (become so popular) yet?
     
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    IMO the extra large holes will increase air resistance because it will create turbulence within the frame. Think it of this way. A normal car is a normal racket and a normal car with side windows down is the racket with extra large holes. The air flow will not be smooth anymore because air will flow into the car slowing it down. I am not a physicist in aerodynamics so i may be wrong.
     
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    guys.... AT900 vs Apacs nano 900 power ... is there the same spec??? they have the same weight and same head heavy??
     
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    the Lethal 50 racket, looks lethal no doubt...and price wise also quite lethal as well...s$145ish at queensway
     
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    Uh huh. Nice,really nice! SO WHERE"S THE REVIEW?!:D
     
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    those photos i snapped from a local shop. it just arrived. i am not owning the 2. no review until (if) i use it.
    pay a visit to any shop that selling Apacs rackets. they most likely will have the catalogue. online catalogue? no idea...........:D
     
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    Awwwww, that's too bad!:crying: But anyway they look err ahh umm DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA + MN good. If by some good fortune you get to use it, PLEASE x 10 tell us what you think of it!
     
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    now..... dont cry
    why not you get it as you so so so so love it :D
    then, can share your experience here :)
     

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