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DinkALot's Racket Review

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by DinkAlot, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. singnflip4life

    singnflip4life Regular Member

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    Heh got you guys covered!

    Here's the ones for the T1 and U1
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1238485&postcount=599

    Overall Excellent- for both

    And the ones for the T2 and U2

    http://www.badmintonforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1335903&postcount=709

    Excellent- still for U2 but an upgrade to Excellent for T2.

    Note, for weight/bp, this was before T2v2
     
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    so hows the NS9900 coming a long?
     
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    Nicely ... ? :D

    I think there's a Panda review either in here or in the NS9900 thread ...
     
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    Can we have the updated chart from this thread? It is very useful for us to compare what's the best racket and what is suitable for us (like me) im just a beginner still searchin', diggin', breakin' rackets...Tnx!
     
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    I agree with you
     
  7. barca96

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    wow.
    thanks a lot dinkalot for the review!!
    so helpful.

    but is that review updated regularly or is that from 2007?
     
  8. Se7en_love_BoA

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    @DinkALot: Can u post the review of Yonex AT 750 & Nano Speed 850? Thanks.
     
  9. singnflip4life

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    There's an AT750???
     
  10. Se7en_love_BoA

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    It's AT 70. my fault.
     
  11. GameGod

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    From where can order a custom-made racquet with the following specifications?

    1. Stiffness: Stiff+
    2. Balance: Moderate+
    3. Feel: Excellent+
    4. Stability: Excellent/Excellent+
    5. Power: Excellent+
    6. Defence: Excellent+
    7. Frame: Excellent+
    8. Paint: Excellent
    9. Shaft: Excellent+
    10. Weight: As light as possible with the above specifications.

    Money is not really a factor (up to a high point)
     
  12. visor

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    You're probably looking at a full woven carbon fibre (ie. frame and shaft).
    Dink still has to work on one that won't break the shaft when he plays with it...
     
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    So would I buy it straight from DinkALot or simply give his design to someone who sells custom-made racquets? And approximately how long would it be, in your opinion, before the racquet was prepared?
     
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    Where'd you get the impression he sells one-off customized racquets? Or that you can just "give his design" to another manufacturer? ;)

    Perhaps you can try here: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...nyone-interested-in-CUSTOM-rackets&highlight=

    Ratings aren't exactly specifications either so I'd assume there'd have to be quite a lot of trial and error before you reach those "specs". If it were that easy and cheap, assuming you're talking about <$1000 USD, it would exist already [​IMG]. Furthermore they are subjective so far all you know it does exist already for you but not for Panda.
     
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    Hmm...no update since 2009?

    Anyways, superb work! Hope it will go on.
     
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    guys,
    any plan to update the old racket review charts to capture those latest models?
     
  17. DinkAlot

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    There will be a small update in a few weeks.
     
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    I think Dink is too busy with testing and creating new rackets.
     
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    Great! Thanks for the trouble.
     
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    No DinkAlot's review on Nanospeed 9900??
     

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