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Kason twister F9 review

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

  1. Boggieeiggob

    Boggieeiggob Regular Member

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    Hehe, no worries. Judging by your preferences, I would say actually either BS12 or F9 would be great for you (my friend has a BS12 and he tells me it's very similar to F9). I've not used any voltaic except ZF and 3 so I can't comment much but ZF isn't bad at all. It's nowhere near as quick as the arc series in my opinion though. So again, I'd recommend F9 for you then based on what you've said
     
  2. NeverWalkAlone

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    Hi


    I have recently purchased f9 second hand through online. I tried it yesterday. The forehand strokes are fast and powerful. I especially like the smash. The back hand is decent. I may need to adjust the back hand timing a bit. It felt a bit slow. I was itchy yesterday,so i took it out for short stroke. Today i will test it in games. From what i feel yesterday, the racket feels like a beast. There is so much room for power. Even while i was stroking for fun, the power was there. There is one con though. It felt so fun smashing with it that i may tire myself out before match is over. Even my arms is slightly sore from yesterday. That was surprising since i am used to stiff and heavy rackets like sw35 and volt80.
     
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    really??? thats so complicated
     
  4. Maklike Tier

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    What did FHF use when he was sponsored by Yonex?
     
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    Yonex Ti-10 (2nd gen)
     
  6. visor

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    Dang... That was such a popular racket amongst pro players. Why did Yonex ever discontinue it?
     
  7. Maklike Tier

    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    So with the Ti-10, was it red, (1st gen) gold, (2nd Gen), purple (3rd gen)?
     
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    Gold. Like I said above, 2nd gen.
     
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    Yeah, bro, i really2 agree with u, im used to stiff and head heavy racket also like at900p, n90 and tk8000, and i want to say that f9 95% perfect, in all terms,
     
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    Hi all,

    All these good reviews for F9 are starting to seduce me, I've been using N70 all these while and deeply in love with it but sadly it's now broken. I assume there won't be much difference between these two rackets? What you all reckon? Except maybe the price, N70 is still pretty expensive although it's an old racket :(
     
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    The F9 may drop in price too once Li-Ning officially releases the N9 and N7 (presumably these will be the rackets CY/FHF will use - but the pair have been performing quite badly lately so we do not know how long the CHN team will continue putting them as their poster MD pair).
     
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    That sounds like another good suggestion, any idea when will they come out?
     
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    Is f9 as same as lining N7 need some help about it
     
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    Not at all... N7 is stiffer and head heavier, more demanding racket.
     
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    It's an old thread. LOL. I wonder if anybody else still playing with kason f9?

    I have recently taken out f9 and playing with it. I was abit traumatised since i hurt my wrist playing with the racket last time. Fortunately, my wrist's still in good condition for now..
     

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