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Looking exellent baminton rackets with Asian brands

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by johnnxiv, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. johnnxiv

    johnnxiv New Member

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    Looking exellent baminton rackets with Asian brands
    If you know any good looking racket design, and free string service
    Please let me know, thank you in advanced
     
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    Does anyone know any good and cheap brand like Apacs?
     
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    Just give Sgbad a PM..Where do you come from, btw?
     
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    Thank you for your suggestions,
    The only one thing I dont like about the Panda rackets
    is that the head is not isometric shape,
    is Panda racket good for attacking?

    Im looking for solid stiff head heavy rackets,

    Im tired of high end Apacs racket, they are 4U, I cant generate enough power,
     
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    I have tried Panda Trinity 2, it is not bad.. I have not tried the ultra though..

    For the dealers and detailled information you could log on to:
    www.dcbadminton.net
    Surfing through the thread of each racket might help as well, as there are a lot of reviews.

    Zelm, Panda & RKEP all has their own stiff & head heavy racket.
    For example :
    Zelm PP10K : Stiff & moderate Head Heavy racket (Quite agile)
    Panda T2 : Stiff & head heavy
    RKEP 9000: Stiff + & head heavy
    If you read RKEP thread, some of our members said that RKEP 9000 mirrors Victor MX80 thats why i said it is stiff + & head heavy. I have tried Zelm PP10K & Panda T2.
     
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    I am looking for a racket with these spec,
    if you have any suggestion, please help me out

    [TABLE="width: 100%"]
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    [TD]Flex:[/TD]
    [TD] Stiff[/TD]
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    [TR="bgcolor: #FFFF99"]
    [TD] Weight: [/TD]
    [TD] 82g +/- 1 (4U) light racket
    [/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD] Length:[/TD]
    [TD] xxx[/TD]
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    [TR="bgcolor: #FFFF99"]
    [TD] Max Tension: [/TD]
    [TD] xxx[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD] Balance: [/TD]
    [TD] 295 - 315(head heavy)[/TD]
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    Thank yous in advanced,
     
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    @johnnxiv

    Just give those vendor a PM, they might be able to work out something for you. As i know, Eric from RKEP migth be able to give you the opportunity to select racket based on your required Weight, BP, etc. In regards to the availability of the racket of your choice, though.
     
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    Thanks for answering, I found some Kason rackets are very light 77-80g, high BP too
    The only problem is I cant find any stiff racket, only mid stiff.
    Do you think that racket that light cant generate the best power possible?
     
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    Racket is just merely a tool, Shaft stiffness, head heaviness, racket weight, etc are elements embedded on that tool. How well the tool perform depends on the wielder. You need to find a racket which is suitable with your current technique & condition to get the best possible output, be it head light, medium or heavy. The racket which is suitable for you now, might or might not be suitable in the future. Therefore i am advising you to try different rackets with different combination to get a rough idea on which type of racket suits you most. Medium head heavy & stiffness is a save bet for your initial purchase.
     
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    Yes, good explanation. You sure look slippery. ;)
     
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    hahaha.... I am just a simple badminton fanatics :D
     
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    I know that guys, I have bought 13 different rackets.
    I have waste a lot of money on badminton,
    that is why Im asking the pros for advice, if any of you
    have play with that racket, please give me some information :)
     

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