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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. staiger

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    This is what I am talking about ! I will wait till this come out , I am not too interested in the T2 after reading the specs of Dc thunder , it is beautiful. love gold....hence I am using my NS8000 :)

    Is this going to come out in the same time as the Woven ? and when will this be ? March :D ?
     
  2. DinkAlot

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    No, all later...April, May, June... :)

    Actually, if you use the NS8000, the T2 is more your cup of tea. The Thunder is closer to a more forgiving, less head heavy AT900P.
     
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    it would be cool if you could make a Racket that would complement the Thunder, like the AT900P/T. It could be called the PP Lightning.
     
  4. DinkAlot

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    We already have that in the T2. :D
     
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    ETA Apr-June... so close yet so far! :(


    Having put out rackets named Trinity and Revelation, may I suggest your next racket name to be: Genesis. :)
     
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    Man Sir Dan, you're gonna make me broke by the end of the year!
     
  7. DinkAlot

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    Sorry. Bad Panda! Baaaaaad! :eek:
     
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    HAhaha you know how to be a good panda??? Put me on a payment plan XD
     
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    Maybe Panda can give us a frequent buyer program, like buy 4 get 1 free! :)
     
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    o_O I've already bought 4!
     
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    Maybe a 12 month lease with 0% finiancing for the racquets ;)

    I can't wait for the lightning, those are my specs and if it plays almost like at AT900P then it's perfect. My brother stole my U2 so now I have to wait couple months.
     
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    Wait wait, it's Thunder, not Lightning...:D
     
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    So I guess it's not as fast as lightning? :confused:

    But makes a big boom :eek:
     
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    Quick question, I just received my Panda Power Trinity in the mail today.

    I am pretty sure i ordered the Trinity 2. However, on the shaft there is no "Trinity 2" on it, just "Trinity". Are they the same or have i got the old version?

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks! Trinity 2 it is!
     
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    Was wondering those people who bought the trinity, what weight and BP did your ordered.

    Cause i am planning to get 2 from derrick but not sure if the specs which i want is considered weird.


    as i am more of a arm than a wrist "wacker" i am looking for slightly heavier 3u racket. after some research(after having liking the yonex99 and n90)i came to a conclusion that i should be getting a panda racket which is ard 87.5g


    and as for the BP,i am biases towards a very slight heavier head (as i am a more 70% offensive 30% defensive player) so that explain why i choose a BP of 300.

    So the question now is, did i made the correct assumptions? and decision?

    any advise?
     
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    Which Trinity? You can see the specs above in the pic. For either your specs are not available ;).

    Now that I see the U2 specs I wonder who got my 295 85g Ultra II :rolleyes:;). Enter PP Thunder :p ...
     
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    so when panda quote 83-87 grams means the racket will be within this range? or i can specifically make it at 87g?
     
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    Yes and No.

    It depends what Derrick has, which is limited as I'm sure he has sold most of it by now.
     

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