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Mizuno Luminasonic 7 (LS7)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by aramistuscany, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. aramistuscany

    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    Feels slightly less stiff than the LS9 and similar to it in 3UG6. The TC400 is a lot more head heavy than these 2 racquets. Strung with BG66 Maxima and weigh in at 97 gms without grip. 'Solid Carbon Concept' frame.
     

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    #1 aramistuscany, Feb 24, 2010
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    adidascanada Regular Member

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    looks sweet! I'd like to try it!
     
  3. aramistuscany

    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    Luminasonic 7 and 9.
     

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    Well done bro.
    Keep collecting the racket.
    I think you can make a fence from your racket now :D
     
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    looks good, looking forward to trying it.
     
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    97g with string... Seems so heavy for 3U.
     
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    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    I had a game with the LS7 today. What can I say?! Really enjoyed playing it together with the Victor PW12. It plays better for me than the LS9. Longer shaft and shorter handles racquets suit me more as this is the case for the LS7 (similar to Ti10 long shaft, AT700 1st gen) as compared to the LS9 (similar to Arc10, NS9900).
     
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    my TC400 BP without string and grip is 290mm, what about this L7? Thx before... :D
     
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    bro aramis,
    care to share some thoughts on this LS7 & TC400 rackets that you have, since both are highly recommended to you...:D

    thanks.
     
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    wow..mizuno racket with bg 66 maxima?:D

    omg...u are a real racket collector, bro:p..really jealous of you..
     
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    Hi aramistuscany, can u noe where did u got ur racket from?
     
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    Most probably sports life;)
     
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    That is a first for me ;). The retail arm of Sunrise; the sole distributor of Yonex in the larger part of Asia for more than 40 years; is selling Mizuno racquets :D hahaha.. That is a good one George! ;)

    LS9 is from E78, HK. LS7 from a circuitous route originating from Shuttle House, Osaka, Japan.
     
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    thanks for the information aramistuscany :)
     
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    actually to be honest, i never heard of mizuno racket before. thanks for this thread, aram:D
     

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