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Panda Power Ultra 2 Racket!

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Hakular, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Hakular

    Hakular Regular Member

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    I am thinking about buying Panda Power Ultra 2 Racket...

    Do any of you have it, and you think it is fun to play with it?

    Also, if I do buy it, do I have warranty on it?

    Also if I buy it, do I choose the "g" and "mm"? I don't know what they are... can someone explain to me?
     
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    Hakular Regular Member

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    how do i know wut weight and balance point to choose?
     
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    actually it is up to your preference (that's why they let you choose)
    but there is a range, so you need to make your request in this range.
    for example 84-86 gram and 290mm-300mm BP (this is range for Trinity pro)

    unfortunately, there is no other way to know your preference except from experience

    **it seems that Upro is equal with U2 in term of stiffness, so I guess it is about the same

    from:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...ing-Tension!&p=1594829&viewfull=1#post1594829

    if you ask again about what is head heavy what is head light, you should check threads in BC, use search box on the top right side
     
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    Hakular Regular Member

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    so what does the weight in grams mean?
     
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    ...........

    It means how much the racket weights in the measurement of grams.

    Example: Racket weighs 82g without string and with orginal grip with racket grip off. If you add an overgrip over the orginal and string it'll weight about 8-12g more depending on the string and grip.

    Also, you can skip the Ultra 2, buy an ultra Pro it's more of an improvement ;)

    And ask your questions in the panda thread, more PP users can anwser your questions or contact mjstrings@yahoo.com, he's your closests dealer.
     
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    I second that, the Ultra 2 is beautiful racquet, but the Pro is indeed much better as it's faster and more powerful
     
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    So if the racket is heavier, that makes it a head-heavy racket, or what?
     
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    you should really try to search what it means first instead of waiting for us to explain
     
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    I love your explanations. So detailed and thorough, Avenger. <3
     

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