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

  1. wakloo69

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    jtzx1999, u can get so many choice of apacs at a reasonable price at Masai Kedai Bagus, Jalan Betik, Masai.
     
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    is this racket totally like silver in colour as in like chrome silver?
     
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    hey there,yes..chrome silver colour....apacs nano silver speed...
     
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    yea, exactly the one i saw, tat i wanted to buy as it attracted my attention at the shop. So mind giving me the specs of the racket? head heavy? stiffness? length?
     
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    hmm...for me..i think the racquet is balanced...but some of my fren said its light...yesterday one of my frens tested the racquet....he said ok...i can see when he smash there is there hitting sound...so i think it's ok......stiffness , not that too stiff......let say about 80%...length....hmmm.....i cant figured out the length....sorry...head is slightly a bit heavy...not that too heavy.....i dont know it's durability but so far it's ok..maybe u can opt for nanospeed 900.....the newer racquet......it's better if u hold the racquet n feel for yur self...cuz im still a beginner.....:D
     
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    thanks alot. Anyway, i just like the colour, will go to the shop to hold it myself.
     
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    Latest Apacs Model - Nano 900 Power

    Hai all.. :)

    Just want to sharing some information ...

    APACS NANO 900 POWER !!!!

    Apacs Nano 900 Power is designed for tactical and semi-offensive players. The racket is made to help players produce control and power using Apacs latest technologies, MicroTi and ElasticTi. MicroTi is loaded into the top of the frame to help hold the shuttlecock like a bow holding an arrow. The ElasticTi which is loaded into the frame and the shaft of the racket help to store and release the energy as bow pulls and releases an arrow to its target.

    The Design is same with Yonex Armortec 900 Technique

    Suitable for single and double player.

    Cai Yun (Yonex Armortec 900 Technique) - Winner of Indonesia open 07,Singapore open BWF Super Series

    Price is RM110.00 (free grip), market price is around RM139.00 - RM 169.00

    If want Just PM or email me tarantula79@gmail.com
     

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    wow these cloning companies are very quick indeed....

    Initially I thought Apacs named the racket model incorrectly? I guess Apacs will name the clone of Yonex AT900P as Apacs Nano 900 Technique then....
     
  9. arifazali

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    hahaha maybe because cloning a lot of racket, their get confius of the model that should be names
     
  10. Mat Jie

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    here's some good news to apacs fan in Malaysia esspecially those residing in Bandar Baru Bangi and nearby..........Hock Eng Sports in Section 15 is offering the new apac nano 900 power for RM89.00 (free apacs string & some "cikai" grip)....there's also offer on other rackets as well and the nano something 7700 comes with free shoes if i'm not mistaken.........you can contact this no. for more info............03-89222982 / 03-89222973 (forgot the girls (who work there) name)
     
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    Yesterday i met with one apacs salesman during my visit to a pro shop. He show me some latest apacs model. One of the model looks like YY Ti-10. But i cannot remember the model. Stay tune!
     
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    I actually got to hold a Nano 900 Power earlier this week. Personally, I felt it's well-balanced and pretty light (4U mah...). But I didn't get to play with it thought since it doesn't belong to me.

    Don't take my words for it, I'm still a newbie :D

    terry: Looks like Ti-10? Interesting...hope it feel like Ti-10 as well. :D
     
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    Wah! Another clone of Ti10. Hopefully not cloning of looks only. Nice if feels similiar like the real one.
     
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    Any photos? That would be nice.
     
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    Has anyone tried the Apacs version of NS7700?
     
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    I was told the the model will available early of June'07. I will get the pic and post here. Stay tune! :)
     
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    The color almost look same with Ti-10 but lighter. I think i will get one and try. :rolleyes:
     
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    Berapa harga ? Apa nama model?
     
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    can anyone recommend me which models of apacs is slightly head heavy? 'square head'.
     
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    u can test apacs nano900, this model is head heavy.. good for smashing..
     

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