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Kason Racket?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Kelvin T, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. Kelvin T

    Kelvin T Regular Member

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    I'm a beginner to intermediate player, currently improving on my overall skills on badminton and do not have a very evident player style yet...Lately I have come across an offer by the shopkeeper which I used to visit to, he is promoting the Kason TSF300A/ 300D racket to me...just will like to know which racket suit player like me better? Or is there any review on both of this racket?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. LightSaber

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    dont want to add another thread so i decided to put it here since it's relevant with the topic.

    Anyone know Kason Tornado series? the look is just like Twister C7 and F9 which CY/FHF use. I try to check in Kason website but, its chinese.
     
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    The Kason TSF300a/d are pretty old rackets. you can get better rackets nowadays. what is you play style/racket type/preference & budget?
     
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    what about the Kason TSF 109 EX... any comments on it ?
     
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    Take a look through some old threads first! :)

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/39559-Does-anyone-know-Kason

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/41740-Reviews-Kason-TSF-300A-300D-200
     
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    moomoo is right though, racket tech has advanced since then.
     
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    Both TSF300A and TSF300D are good rackets.Their colour scheme is really beautiful and it is not too heavy for users.
     
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    300 - A means Attack, D means Defense, very good review from the local users here

    C7 & F9 - good review as well, but seems like 300 is on the higher end, if budget is issue, can also check out the Professional Training version of both models
     
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    Aren't the training versions like really heavy (150g or sth)?
     
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    take F9..u wont regret!
     
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    so has anyone tried out the TSF300 Ti racket?
     
  12. vile10

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    training racket = heavy racket for strength training, which is not for this case, the C7-PT and F9-PT is more like a grade-down economic version of the original ones
     

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