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Fleet Woven Ti 3000 ( Ti 888 )

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by shawnlimm82, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. shawnlimm82

    shawnlimm82 Regular Member

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    Here is just some simple review and photo of Fleet Woven Ti 3000 ( Ti 888 ), 2012 model racket from Fleet.

    The following information is gathered from other website:

    Spec
    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 (LAD) 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: 4U (86gm +/- 2gm)

    Balance: 285-290mm

    Recommend Tension: 20-30lbs ( Strung with Bg 66 Um 28lbs )

    Max Tension: 50lbs

    Holes: 80 Holes

    Shaft Stiffness: Stiff

    Here is my personal view about this racket:-

    This racket should be the remodelling from Woven Ti 888 which is not marketed in Malaysia. The spec and appearance of this racket is similar to Woven Ti 888 which i found some picture from other thread in this forum http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/98497-Victor-MX-80-vs-Fleet-Woven-Ti-888

    First impression of this racket

    Paintwork & finishing : Excellent.I like the frame with carbon fiber waving which is look different from other brand except Froza.Forza did do the same job on their high end racket.

    The shaft of this racket is slightly shorter 2-3mm compared to my yonex,rsl,li ning, victor, forza and oliver racket.

    This is a heavy head and light racket.

    I just bought this racket and haven't try it yet,therefore i can't make any comparison and comment now. i'm just an intermediate player which like to test different brand and type of racket
    :):):) which make my pocket burn :crying:....

    p/s : this is just my personal opinion.

     

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    Polaroid Regular Member

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    This is funny, because I have a Ti-888 and the color look same as the one u are talking about which is the Ti-3000
     
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    ti 3000 is for Malaysia market, ti 888 is for Taiwan market. now ti888 was discontinued and replaced by a new racket called woven 8000.
     
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    wanna try woven series...so far fleet model have good review....how much bro???still waiting for panda woven series...
     
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    Any updates on your Fleet Woven yet Shawn?

    Justin
     
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    how much ???
     
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    shawnlimm82 Regular Member

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    Not at the momment..still haven't got chance to try it yet.
     
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    Balance!!!!!!!!
     
  9. shawnlimm82

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    Tested this racket today.Played on my warm up session and I can feel this racket is comfortable. After a few game playing doubles, I feel this racket is comfortable to maneuver. For defense,this racket is naturally quick on the get go.With a quick flick of wrist can send the shuttle back end of the court,and I found myself sometime throwing the angles a little too much. The weight in the head can be slightly be felt when swinging it. Receiving smashes with this racket is a breeze.The lightweight of this racket allowed quicker response from my wrist to lift and return back the shuttle faster to my opponent before their second attempt to smash.Backcourt clearing were easy,even when I'm out of position and have to force a clear at lower angle.With the heavy head and stiff shaft of this racket, which is good in smashing. I was surprise with the speed of my smash,which I can see my opponent trying hard to return back the shuttle.I didn't play much dropshot and net play during the game,only thing is I might need to take better control of my wrist in future game because I seen myself hit the shuttle off the sides a little too much. That's all I can comment.This just my thought and opinion about my newly bought racket.
     
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    shawnlimm82 Regular Member

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    RM 450.00 include bg66um,karakal pu grip and 2 compartment bag.
     
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    hi, shawnlimm82, is the 4U racket will feel too light? the head heavy is it about the VT80 or VT70 or MX80
    by the way is there 3u available for this racket?

    where is it ah? mind PM me ? xD
     
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    where are you bought the racket ?
     
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    where u get it from???
     

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