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Kason twister F9 review

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by wana2125, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. wana2125

    wana2125 Regular Member

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    Hi evrbdy, i need sopme review on this racket especially those who have n play with it, smbdy told me that this racket equal n like arc 10, need sme advises, tq
     
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    Hi I do own f9 and a f9 pt . F9 is not the same as the arcsaber 10 , f9 is very much lighter but at the same time it deliver a very accurate and powerful smAsh . While it is even balance , for the f9 pt it seems heavier than the f9 but deliver a more powerful smash . F9 control is also very good .
     
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    i just know that F( hv 2 version, does these two racket similar in term on design and color?
     
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    Brief impressions. This racket is fast and easy to get used to. Its not exactly headlight but it is extremely easy to maneuver. Its flexible shaft makes it rather easy to generate decent power even if your wrist is not strong. I've only played with this for one match so don't take my word for it but if you are looking something that is fast and easy to use this should probably do the trick.
     
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    No f9 pt main colour is sliver , black and yellow , and f9 is red and black , the f9 deliver a better smash as it is also lighter to control , the f9 pt is heavier .
     
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    i already own kason twister f9PT..... it a good racket for making awesome smash & easy to control...... .... f9pt is heavier than f9... :)
     
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    Is the Kason Twister F9 not so popular? No one ever talks about it in rl or here on BC lol. Btw. Does anyone know who or where they sell Kason Twister F9 for under USD $170?
     
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    The twister f9 is currently use by fu hai feng only fans of him and cai yun would notice about these racket As kason are for china badminton youth team . So it lost out to Li~Ning and yonex where professional are using these two brand oftenly .
     
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    LiNing BOUGHT Kason.
     
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    So how exactly did it 'lose out'? It was a niche player then, and it's a niche player now.....just like Victor, APACS, etc etc..

    Or is the aim of everything 'world domination' and I somehow missed that incredibly mediocre and boring memo?
     
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    Let's see name other player that are famous using kason racket and name yonex and Li Ning sponsor player .
     
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    For victor all the Koreans are using it . Like LYD
     
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    Hey fuhaifeng, so you are saying that the kason f9 is lighter than the arcsaber 10 even if they are both 3U? And is the Kason Twister F9 user friendly? Thanks.
     
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    C'mon dude! The F9 is an even balanced, mid-stiff racket, with positive reviews for it's user-friendliness everywhere.
     
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    li ning doesnt makes badminton racket

    kason makes for li ning.... as kason is owned by li ning
     
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    Lolz really, I can't find any reviews >.>. Mind to link me to some :)
     
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    My local shop sold out on the day they arrived. Talking to the owner, he said he couldn't get enough of them and feedback had been nothing but positive.

    I'd get one tomorrow if they hadn't invented the C7 :)
     
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    Lol is there a big diff between the C7 and F9? o_O
     
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    295 (F9) vs 305 (C7) balance point.....making the 9 even balanced and the 7 moderately head heavy. If you like 'medium' rackets, get the 9; if you like that head heavy feel, get the 7.
     

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