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Kason TSF500

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Sealman, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. Sealman

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    wow, good to hear that kason still producing rackets. Hopefully it plays well like the TSF 300 A/D series
     
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    :D:D Yeeeehaaaaa !!!! :D:D

    Er, hope it's cheaper than the last incarnations of the TSF300 series.....
     
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    erm, i don't think so since they like adding in more 'technology' :D
     
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    You mean they added the word 'Velomax' to the frame ? :D :rolleyes:
     
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    rofl:D

    forget not the arcustec 2.:cool:
     
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    from the sounds of it, it looks like they made the TSF500 as a aero frame to cut through air more swiftly. Hopefully this is one of the racket to look out for in 2010.
     
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    -Silver-, my 300D is also an aero frame and looks exactly like the new 500.

    I'm possibly the biggest Kason fan on the forum ;), so I'd like to know the technical spec.s of the new rackets (red and blue - one defence, one attack, like TSF300's before ?). Stiffness, head heavy/light, BP ?? Sealman can you help ?

    Maybe they've stiffened up the shaft a bit more - it would then challenge the NS9900 and PP T2. If so, I'm REALLY interested :).

    Kason make such pretty rackets too ! :D
     
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    I do own a 300D as well. It is a good racket but I have jump ship to SW35. Both are equally good.
     
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    I also have SW32 :) - SW35 too head heavy for me. But I am deeply in love with my 300D (don't tell my wife) :D.

    Victor and Kason - darn fine rackets:).
     
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    is it possible to buy the 300D or 300Ti series rackets locally?
     
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    According to the Chinese websites, both the red and blue versions have the same specs:

    Series: Speed
    Model No: TSF500
    Material: Carbon Fiber
    Grip Size: NG5
    Weight: 3U
    Balance Point: 297.5mm
    Stringing Tension: Main 24-28lbs, Cross 26-30lbs
    Retail Price: RMB 1580

    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101468.html
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101467.html
     
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    yes, as sealman pointed that location. I got mine TSF300D from fellow BC member Notnimdab729. :)
     
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    Hmm,

    Looks like it's a bit too head heavy for my liking. Why don't they produce two of the 'same' racket, one head heavy and one with a balanced weight ? Just like they did with the 300A and 300D. Disappointed. :confused:

    It's not as if people don't like stiff, balanced rackets anymore (think 9900, T2....) now is it :rolleyes:.
     
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    I have not see this racket saling in the shop now.
     
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    if you need one of these, let me know...will try and free delivery to your home...onli for you! :p
     
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    wah like that also boleh ah???:D:p
    how many money will the tsf 300ti or tsf500 be?
     
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    Let me make a guess, maybe around S$300 ? :p
     

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