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flypower rackets?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Jimjim, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. Jimjim

    Jimjim New Member

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    hey guys what do you think about flypower rackets? and where can i buy them online? thanks:):):)
     
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    Hi.. my friends call me Jimjim sometimes.. hehe..

    I have a flypower racquet as well.. FlyPower SuperPower 7-808.
    The shaft is super-flexible.. It's unbelievably bendy..
    The strings on it are very loose, bg65 @ ~19lbs, all wasted up.
    It's quite hard for me to get used to it since most of my racquets are medium-stiff to stiff racquets.
    But the few things good about this racquet is that it's really easy to lift and defend with, and also it's super-easy to do sliced-drops with.. so I consider it a defensive racquet. Really head-light as well. Iso-head.

    Oh.. sorry but I dont know where to get them online :S.
     
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    all the flypower rackets ive tried are really light and flexible. they seem fragile, it almost feels like they're going to break after each hit.
     
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    thanks guys!! played with a flypower before and i really liked it, forgot the model though...btw where did you get your flypower rackets? im planning to buy a new racket, dont know what to get, im a former varsity player, what can you recommend? thanks a lot!!
     
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    hi all ,

    we do supply flypower racket , if you guys are interested please contact me ..

    Cool racket ! FLYPOWER !
     

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