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Panda Power: A Racket That Can Take 40lbs. String Tension!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by DinkAlot, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. BadBoy087

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    so,now there are two pros that using the brand. good to hear that,especially in terms of racket development.
     
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    If anything, it suggests that these rackets are really as good as we all knew they were. The new Precision colour scheme looks siiiiick by the way.
     
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    Maybe I can finally get my own PP racket!
     
  4. Cillu

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    Wow the new Precision sounds very promising! In terms of stiffness, what's a good racket to be compared to? I currently own an MX80 and its way too stiff for me. I previously owned a T2 and I loved it, but wanted something a little stiffer.
     
  5. Takamsda

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    the New Precision is stiffer than MX80. I know by fact because I have a New Precision PT on my hand. And I've sold ~70 T2s.

     
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    I love my MX80. This bodes well for me :)I'm definitely ordering two of em!
     
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    No way it'll be stiffer than mx80. Nothing is as stiff as mx80. I know as I use one. If the new Precision is stiffer than an mx80, then Dan is gonna have a lot of product returns. :p
     
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    Nothing is stiffer then the mx80? :O

    So why do I have all these uPRO's LOL
     
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    ^^ lol, if those new precisions are stiffer than mx80 as takamsda claims, then they'll be called upros. :p
     
  10. Cillu

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    I think he might have meant stiffer than a T2. Stiffer than an MX80 would be pretty painful to use...
     
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    Visor is correct, What's in my head. I meant the T2. What I was trying to say is, New Precision is stiffer than T2, but MX80 is still stiffer.

     
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    Now that sounds like a racket I'll be purchasing!
     
  13. DinkAlot

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    Look for a few players at the European Championships to be using the new Precision. :D

    The rackets might be in disguise though. :p;)
     
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    Disguise?! Spoil sports...
     
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    alright. here i claim the first spot in line for the new Precision, after that European player.
     
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    I still want 2 of em!
     
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    Faster frame than a T2. Stiffness between TPro and UPro. Very tempting! :D

    What string pattern? Hoping it's a NSP. :)
     
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    Don't worry Kwun, already have a couple down for you. :D

     
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    Shall we look them up in the first round casualties list? :D
    At least hope for double digits and if so it's because of the Precision LTD :p
     
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    Do they do a head light stiff(ish) racket? How do you get one in the UK?
     

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