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Fischer Black Granite no.one

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by teoky, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. teoky

    teoky Regular Member

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    Got myself the Fischer Black Granite no.one !

    I used Fischer before and though it is a good racquet, I outgrew it as their racquets are too flexible for me.

    But the minute I saw this racquet, it is so nice, it is the most menacing and most devious racquet I have ever seen in terms of the color and design ! It reminds me of the Batmobile !

    [​IMG]http://www.flickr.com/photos/42421620@N05/3913949981/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/42421620@N05/3914723068/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/42421620@N05/3913927207/

    Sorry, don't know why I can't attached the image so I put up the link instead.

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    Nice racket teoky. Whats the specs of it? Bring it down to badminton tomorrow!
     
  3. teoky

    teoky Regular Member

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    Weight : 83+- 2gm
    Tension : 26lbs +- 2lbs
    Flex : High

    If I remember correctly, the rest of the models have pretty much the same specs.
     
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    l_i_a_m Regular Member

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    I was thinking to buy a Fischer Black Granite NO.ONE too! I like the top frame part which look like Carbon Fiber, is it really Carbon Fiber? or just Carbon Fiber looking? How much you bought it?
     
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    It is not carbon fiber, it is just a sticker. Same as Babolat X-Feel, they use the same sticker I think ! Ha ha
     
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    Teoky, do you know the differences between the Black Granite series?

    I mean Fischer did not provide any info on the Black Granite series, whether which is head heavy? even balance? etc.

    As I know, there's few Black Granite series: NO.ONE, TOUR, X-LITE, COMP, CALIBUR
     
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    I have no idea on the BP as can't find anything on the web and also the bp isn't printed on the black granite series.

    I held the Tour version and it is more head heavier than the no.one, the rest I am not sure.
     
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    I also can't find anything in the web as well, not even in their official Fischer site, just the old Magnetic model in their site. How come? Not so convincing for an Europe Brand, maybe what you said was right, badminton for Fischer was just peanuts, I think they don't even bother to update the badminton series in their site.
     
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    Just brought the same racquet as yourself. I love it.. but just wondering what string are you using and what tension.

    I believe is one of the best looking racquet on the market.
     

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