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Kason twister F9 review

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

  1. Licin

    Licin Regular Member

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    I would try to give some main points on above review.

    N50 II are head heavy, and more flexible than F9, as a result it is slower but more powerful. On the other hand, F9 is stiffer and cuts the air faster due to its frame profile which is less air resistance similar to kason TSF 300A while N50II has box frame profile similar to Ti.10. According to the reviewer, N50II has more stable frame compared to F9.

    Hitting sound from F9 is clearer and producing crispier sound than N50II. When hitting shuttle, N50II has softer feeling than F9, however F9 vibrate more upon hitting. Additionally, F9 has better control than N50II, while N50II is more repulsive. F9 is better in netting too.

    BP : N50II 293mm, F9 287mm
    N50II suitable for Singles while F9 for doubles.
     
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    greblu Regular Member

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    Thanks Licin,
    So it seems that the F9 is more like the N50 I.
     
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    jump_smash81 Regular Member

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    yes diff state diff market price..as u can see from my previous thread..i bought f9 from sungai petani kedah..rm660...but after i try to sell from this forum..i receive a lot of msg stated they can buy from kl around rm450....
     
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    I don't agree with the above Chinese website review.

    The F9 is more flexible and has more repulsion. The N50II has more control. But I agree the N50II frame is more stable.
     
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    +1 +1 +1 +1
     
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    Really? I find my C7 actually much stiffer and head heavier than MX60... Bp around 305 which I don't think anywhere near MX60(arouund 295mm). Strung BG66um and 3 x ac102ex without original intact. Btw, u know Andy/sui? Im intertested to try out the F9 if u happen to join his session; his session are usually at PJ challenger, MBA taman Megah, Forum 19 PJ and Mackateers PJ :D
     
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    just check this afternoon. Got new price. AJ Puchong quoted to me RM 430 empty. Try nego for yourself ar bro
     
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    I bought grips from him but never played with his group though.. haha
     
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    He've got a session tomorrow night at mackateers PJ... interested?
     
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    Where is that and how much per person?
     
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    just tried my new F9...very nice racket....defending is great....can't seem to find the right timing yet....need to play more to get the most out of it
     
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    played F9, hit three times, smash once and string broke...LOL
     
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    I find F9 unsuitable for me...it's too fast sometimes...wish I could find C7 at a more affordable price
     
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    Sell ur F9 to me then can buy C7 :D
     
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    Erm... because the F9 is faster and lighter, I favour this racket for doubles game actually and find it easier to handle... Maybe too flexible for your liking :)
     
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    i mostly play doubles...i'm too used to medium balanced rackets...the f9 is a bit too head light....i missed quite a few smashes....need more time to get used to it...
     
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    lol...i sell u f9 still need to top up to buy C7....it seems that C7 is more difficult to find in second hand market
     
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    uhh i get my F9 today i am so excited can not wait to test it out
     
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    Hope you will enjoy it!
     
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    Anyone knows the average price of F9 in JB?
     

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