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Please Recomment A Racket For Me :D

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by jayheatz, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. jayheatz

    jayheatz Regular Member

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    Im 15 and i've been playing badminton for more than a year...i want a new racket because my racket broke..i used the Voltric 5 and it wasn't for me as it is too heavy..im currently using a Apacs Lurid Power 22 which im currently using..Was planning to buy Kason C7 or F9 but wanted to get advice from BCers first :) im more of a doubles player and i prefer to stand at the net waiting for reply's while my partner thunders down a smash.My budget is RM400.. Please recommend..Thank You ;)
     
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    I have Ti 10 ltd..mint condition.very good racket for offensive and double player.offer price RM 350.interested pm me.
     
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    I am currently using finnex wave power ex racket, even balance and not that heavy, quite a nice racket for doubles indeed. The finnex infinity series is quite nice especially infinity gold which is less that rm350. By the way, I think should get yourself a balance or head light racket since you are always near the net for attack, this will increase your efficiency at net...
     
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    Thx for the recommendations >:D But im looking for a slightly head heavy racket as my opponents tend to 'Aim' at for me when im at the back.. Looking for a racket which is light enough for netplay and slightly headheavy to help me with my smashes :D They said Kason C7 is the racket im looking for...But a little bit more advice wont hurt :D
     
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    The retail price for Kason C7 is.. Rm799.90. Maybe you should just go for Kason TSF300 Ti. My friend who also wanted to buy C7 ended up with that model. Seems pretty decent. Hope this help.
     
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    Kason C7 at Puchong ratailed at RM400 which they comfirmed is genuine.. I even saw some online shops retailing it at RM380.. RM 799 is the old price.. Maybe the price has drop since then?
     
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    kason c7 is minimum 600RM.. 400RM is instantly fake mark my words...
     
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    Says who ? Most of the retailer in Malaysia selling C7 and F9 for RM400-RM450 nowadays.
     
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    i have personally tried C7 and F9.
    F9 would be better for you. not too heavy, slight head heavy and mid stiff shaft.

    i'm a SW35 user and the C7 is heavy, head heavy and stiff.

    SW37 maybe?
     
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    Victor SW35 is great for doubles. light enough to be a doubles racket and head heavy enough to get some power for heavy clears and smashes.
     
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    i guess im going with F9 but will be on a lookout for other rackets as well :D
     
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    hi, i think apacs lurid power is head heavy isnt it??
    why dont u try VT7, it's less head heavy than VT5, lighter and easier to swing.....
    good for control, net play and net kill.....
     

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