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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by davlee, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. davlee

    davlee Regular Member

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    Welcome to this thread...

    This is specially created for all Kason fans to share their esteemed photos of Kason merchandises, experiences and opinions on this brand.

    I have became a Kason fan when I acquired a Kason Twister C7. Soon, I will be getting the Twister F9 too... I will post some photos once I have both of them with me. :p
     
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    Thanks for initiating the thread.

    Looking forward to the review of F9 from you. I am using C7 now and it is my go-to racket after I switched from my MX80. It is more powerful, good maneuverability, control and accuracy of shot are very good also :)

    I am not sure how the F9 will play since both of them are very different. C7 is stiffer and heavier. F9 is more flex and lighter. So I wonder can they accommodate or backup one another in term of ease of adjusting after switching between them :confused:. That's why I don't rush myself to get one F9 :).

    Cheers!
     
  3. davlee

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    Here is my Kason twins..
     

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    Can share some reviews on how both of these rackets performed for you? :)
     
  5. davlee

    davlee Regular Member

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    The C7 definitely is stiffer compared to the F9. However, I feel that the F9 is faster if using for doubles. I prefer to use C7 for singles and F9 for doubles. I cant comment much on the smashing power since my F9 string has lost its tension and not the same string with C7. I hope can provide more insights after changing the string on my F9. Transition between both is not easily done. Need some time for adjustment.
     
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    where is the nearest KASON shop around K.L?
     
  7. davlee

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    There are no Kason Shop in KL... but you can try going to AJ Racket at Puchong or E Lin Collection at Cheras for good price on Kason rackets.
     
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    I have both the C7 and the F9. I find the F9 more powerful if you are a arm smasher, control suffers greatly though. C7 lacks power in my opinion even though it is head heavier and stiffer. C7 might suit wristy players more since it is stiffer. C7 suits more tactical players while F9 suits all out smashers. Just my opinion, both strung with VS850 at 25lbs.
     
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    I love this thread already.
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    I am curious to know if the F9 is similar to Ti10 as it was the fave racket by FHF
     
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    It's more similar to the Ti 10 2nd Gen. About same balance point and flexy too. The 3rd Gen is stiffer
     
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    am looking to get one of the two...still undecided...most probably i'll go for F9 since I play doubles
     
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    broke my f9 recently. hairline crack at 12 o'clock to the core. i can still use it but as soon as the string breaks, it won't be able to be strung again....
     
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    Whoops sorry cerebellum, didn't mean to like your post. My condolences
     
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    bro, are you really sure that F9 similar to Ti.10 2nd gen?
    So far, i only feel that n50II is the closest to Ti.10 2nd gen, but i never tried F9 though. Have you tried N50II ?
     
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    Yup, N50II and F9 may be similar in terms of specs but N50II is noticibly heavier overall compared to F9.
     
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    And F9 is more flexible compare to N50II.
     
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    Thanks guys for your input ....
     
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    C7 is a great racket, bounced around with at least 10 different racquets before i found my lady! ;)
     
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    mykason racket c7,f9 n 300ti

    IMG_20121130_201441.jpg myracket kason c7,f9 n 300ti
     

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