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Fleet Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by bekham6669, Oct 29, 2012.

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  1. bekham6669

    bekham6669 Regular Member

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    Woven Scale 2500
    Very STABLE Racket And It Is New Technology Design Racket "OCTAGON FRAME". Scale Skin Design Look Cool And Solid.
    *Frame: Woven Material + Carbon Scale design
    *Frame Design: Octagon Frame(Low aerodynamic drag from any degree to swing racket)
    *Shaft: Ultra High Modulus Graphite + Nano Technology . 7mm slim shaft
    *Balanace: 285-288mm
    *Weight: 3U
    *MAx Tension: 50lbs
    *Recommend Tension : 20-30lbs
    *Shaft Stiffness: Stiff
    *Holes: 80 Holes


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    Woven Triotec 3500
    Fleet Newest Technology, Octagon Frame and Evotrio system: In The 3 & 9 O'Clock Of Frame Will Be Thicker, Enhance Stability, Speed And Power.
    *Frame: Woven Material
    *Frame Design: Octagon Frame(Low aerodynamic drag from any degreeCarbon Nano Tube improves the stability . 7.2mm slim shaft
    *Balanace: 290mm
    *Weight: 3U
    *MAx Tension: 50lbs
    *Shaft Stiffness: Stiff
    *Holes: 72 Holes


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    Woven Triotec 3800
    Fleet Newest Technology, Octagon Frame and Evotrio system: In The 3 & 9 O'Clock Of Frame Will Be Thicker, Enhance Stability, Speed And Power.
    *Frame: Woven Material
    *Frame Design: Octagon Frame(Low aerodynamic drag from any degreeCarbon Nano Tube improves the stability . 7.2mm slim shaft
    *Balanace: 285-288mm
    *Weight: 3U
    *MAx Tension: 50lbs
    *Shaft Stiffness: Stiff
    *Holes: 80 Holes

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    Woven 1000III
    light and Head Heavy Racket, Suitable for Offensive
    *Frame: Woven carbon Muscle Frame
    *Frame Design: Low aerodynamic Drag, high speed offensive.
    *Shaft: Woven carbon nano tube
    *Balanace: 285-290mm
    *Weight: 3U
    *Recommend Tension : 20-30lbs
    *Shaft Stiffness: Stiff


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    Woven Ti-3000
    Head Heavy Racket, Suitable for Offensive
    *Frame: Woven + Carbon + Titanium
    *Frame Design: Octagon Frame, which improving areodynamic drag. It can decrease aerodynamic drag from any degree, means that normal Low aerodynamic drag design only for direct swing, but octagon frame design can do it from any degree.
    *Shaft: Nano carbon
    *Shaft Design: 40T + 7.0mm slim shaft
    *Weight: 3U
    *Balance: 290mm
    *Recommend Tension: 22-28lbs
    *Max Tension: 50lbs
    *Holes: 80 Holes
    *Shaft Stiffness: Stiff

    Let's talk about Fleet in this thread.
    Let's share the experience of using Fleet.
    Bought a Fleet Triotec Woven 3800 recently.
    Can't wait to try it this weekend.
     
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    when i was in Thailand a few weeks ago i had the privilege of going into a sporting goods store and finding all these brands of badminton equipment that are not readily available in the USA. i saw the rackets made by fleet and upon just swinging it and flicking the head frame of it with my fingers it feels really close to rackets made by victor. wish i had bought one since i can't find them anywhere in the bay area in california :(
     
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    Wow... 50 pounds for max tension :eek: I wanna buy a Fleet racket next time I go to Hong Kong or something. :D Octagon + woven carbon +stiff shaft = happy me
     
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    Which fleet racquet would be similar to the li-ning n90?
     
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    Currently using the fleet 7100... Nice control with decent power.. Slightly slower than Bs09
     
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    :eek: oh my god so beautiful !!!!
     
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    compare to victor, we can just use 50% of the price of victor to get same standard racket from fleet.
    this is why i chose fleet this time.
    my target was mx80, after went to the store and compared it with fleet, i bought fleet triotec woven 3800.
    saved rm250.haha
     
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    Do you think you can handle 50 pounds tension?:p
     
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    yes, they are beautiful.
    my next target is woven 1000 III. the shaft oso made by woven..:p
     
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    go for woven next time~~~
     
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    me too :) or Woven Triotec 3800 :D
     
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    how much for Woven Triotec 3800 in ur country?
     
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    Haha I finally got to try a MX80 yesterday. I didn't like it (currently using a BS10) I'm interested in the Woven scale 2500 and the Woven ti-3000 :D
     
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    I think my strings will before I do :p
     
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    name racquet triotec 3800 at his place in the triotec ti6 its price is $ 216.5 :)
     
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    Does Canada selling Fleet racket?
     
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    $ 216.5 US dollar?
     
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    yes 216,5 usd
     
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    i bought mine at RM250 without string.
    it is about USD85 only.
     
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    Hi becham6669, may I know where u bought the racket? In klang valley(kl, pj)?
     

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