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Apacs Foray 300?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Dave1011, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. Dave1011

    Dave1011 Regular Member

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    Has anyone tried the Apacs Foray 300 (Yonex Z Force Clone) yet? Some people are saying its not very good looking but I wondered what the racket plays like compared to Apacs Nano 900 which I have always liked especially for the cheap price.
     
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    i just bought three of these. this is a great racket. i bought one nano 900 power white along with the three forayy and i find the foray better. its more even balanced than the 900 and stiffer. i compared the foray with my voltric 80. the voltric is heavier and gave a more powerful smash. so i added some tape to the head of my racket and the result is perfect.

    so overall its a great racket to play with. and the looks of it is fine. its perfectly fine. it looks really nice. the racket is 95% identicle to the z-force.

    you should get it. badmintonbay is offering a great deal at $84 USD for 2 foray 300.
     
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    Dave1011 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the reply, I have just ordered one along with another nano 900 from badminton ace. I have always liked the nano 900 and keep coming back to them when I get bored of other rackets. I will see how the 2 compare when they arrive in about 10 days.
     
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    Any update on the playability of the Foray 300? It's quite tempting to pick up, but I just ordered 2xFinapi 77 Ver. 2s.

    I'm curious as to how the head-heaviness plays with the medium stiff shaft.
     
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    Foray 300

    Hi Dave,
    I see your from UK I am interested in purchasing the foray 300 and was wondering if you know any websites or shops where I could get it from, that doesn't charge ridiculous shipping fees or from a country where customs will add �20 on top :eek:

    Regards
    Rob
     
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    Hi, try contacting badminton ace and see what's the best price he can do. If your willing to pay him direct by PayPal instead of eBay then you will get a better deal. Here's the link.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/APACS-FOR...922?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27cba23d52

    i used to order lots of rackets from Malaysia and probably 1 in 4 packages were stopped at customs which adds time and money but it wasn't too bad. Dave
     
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    I had used this Foray300. what miracles it had done. good speed and control. sweet spot is also good.
    You can test 32 tension and see the specality of it. After i bought it 6 of my friends at the badminton court bought the same. now it is out of stock in Bangalore.
     
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    It's one of Apacs, mid balance, medium flex low enders with a ZF paint job. Don't expect miracles.
     

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