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Apacs Finapi 101 or Apacs Foray 300 or Edgesaber 10 ?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Kenzakisan, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. Kenzakisan

    Kenzakisan New Member

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    Hi has anyone tried this racquets ? I like the feel these racquets from giving it a few swings but i am not very sure which one suits me more i want a even balance racquet that is kind of similar to my Arcsaber 10.
     
  2. nic96

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    Hi there,
    I am also considering the Apacs Foray 300 , but i can't find any reviews of it ..
    Finapi has never crossed my mind and im still wondering if i should get the apacs lethal 8 or Foray 300 ..
     
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    Yeah i just saw it yesterday at Queensway shopping centre and the design was actually slightly different from the Yonex Z-Force and the grommets are red which doesn't really blend in well with the racquet but it felt pretty good though.
     
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    If u want a similar spec to yonex arc10,go for T200/300.both are even balance.stiff shaft.but lighter than arc10
     
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    From the review here, get the T200 or T500
     
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    I am using Finapi 101. I personally like it better than Foray 300.
     
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    Hey Ken,

    Are u staying in Singapore? Maybe you want to share with us what is your style of playing and level of experience? Btw I don't think that you can find lethal 7 or 8 in Singapore as they are rebrand as Lethal agressive or offensive.
     
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    Hi. Yes i am staying in Singapore, I guess i am more of a offensive player and my level of experience is intermediate.
     
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    Probably, you might want to look at lethal series instead. I feel that Finapi 101 is a beginner's racket as the stiffness of the racket is medium while lethal series has stiffer shaft which is harder for beginner to exert their strength to hit the shuttle.
     
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    Yes , I agree with that !
    I tried my friend's lethal 9 and I find it difficult to deliver a powerful smash ..
    Never tried finapi and foray , but i have been receiving alot of feedback that foray 300 is better , what is your take on this ?

    Regards
     
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    One man's food can be another man's poison.

    Do go to the shop to swing Foray or Finapi racket. Most importantly, you must like the feel of the racket. Initially, I tot that I would regret getting Finapi 101 instead of Foray 300. Instead, I like it a lot as I am Swing it with ease. Basically, like what kwun (administer) posted in the sticky thread, your skills are much more important than getting a racket. For now, I am novice so this racket is good enough for me :)
     

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