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ProAce Racquets

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by just, May 21, 2003.

  1. samtruong200

    samtruong200 Regular Member

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    where are you guys picking up these proace rackets at?
     
  2. ViningWolff

    ViningWolff Regular Member

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    Same here - Where can I get my hands on a widebody ( or two or three)?
     
  3. samtruong200

    samtruong200 Regular Member

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    I want some more Sweetspots 1000 and 900s =D
     
  4. Mat Jie

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    does pro ace have a 4u head heavy racket
     
  5. Sealman

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    thunderbolt series
     
  6. Mat Jie

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    thanks man.....
     
  7. shawn30_k

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    PROACE IS FANTASTIC!!! AFFORDABLE AND SOILD RACKET. A MUST BUY!!
     
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    withstand high tension up to 30lbs. medium stiff shaft (some are medium flex), good for overall player.
     
  9. NooBy

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    Yup. Proace is good racquet sweet spot and Ti-9
     
  10. Dixiedomer

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    Pro Ace

    Any Comment about the Pro Ace Nano 90 Speed ???
     
  11. punchclear

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    Personally, I found it to be an 'easy-to-adapt-to' racket.
    I'm not your 'typical' hard-hitter/aggressive-attacker type of player, so I especially liked the 'quickness' of the racket. It is an easily-manouverable racket.
    For the price (ard 100-odd Ringgit in Malaysia?), it is good value for money.


    I have since moved on to playing Prospeed Trueno Z6...
     
  12. wakloo69

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    Still cannot getting use with Thunderbolt III. Even its a ultra light weight but the head heavy is too much for me. On the other word the racket is HEAVY. It make me getting my wrist tired fastly and cannot make a powerful shot. So I keep it in peace on my bag for personal collection. It also look ugly even the price is quite expensive RM280.
     
  13. ttk2007

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    My first Pro-Ace racquect - Titanium Power T1. I bought it 7 years ago and it still in my badminton bag (Of course for spare one ;)).
     
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    You are right. Pro-Ace racquest is damn solid. If you are looking for affordable + high durability racquet, just go ahead with Pro-Ace racquet.
    But as I know, Pro-Ace is not so popular in Singapore...
     
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    fren,when you bought your thunder III??why took so much of money?
    my fren only spend 230 to get the racket & string & grip & bag :eek:
     
  16. nicexerin

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    Agree with that. I heard Pro Ace is make new brand. it is true?? i forgot the new brand..
     
  17. punchclear

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    Were you referring to the 'association' with APACS, or new racket models by Pro Ace?:confused:

    Off-tangent, but I've 'converted' to playing Yonex...:)
    AT700...:D
     
  18. nicexerin

    nicexerin Regular Member

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    I remember now. Apacs. The shopkeeper tell me those are brand new by Pro Ace. He lied to me. I dont know the story proace associate with Apacs. can anyone tell me that? :rolleyes:
     
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    As Oldhand eloquently put it, "Search, and all will be revealed..."
    (pay close attention to post #12...)

    :):p:D
     
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    actually pro ace and apacs and belong to the same boss
    the diffrent is apacs is own brand pro ace such like dealership
    that's why right now they promote apacs more
    earn more mah
     

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