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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Gon, Apr 26, 2002.
i have some rackets: yonex ns9900(2 rackets), zs, vt80 code jp
here is my collection
1. Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
2. Yonex Voltric 80
3. Yonex Armortec 900 Power (Lee Chong Wei Edition)
4. Li-Ning N50
Here's my Yonex collection (in sequence of purchase date):-
1. MP100 TH 3U
2. MP99 JP 3U
3. NS9000X SP 2U
4. 2 x AT900T (SP 3U & TH 4U)
5. ARC8DX JP 3U
6. ARCZSTH TH 3U (current go to racket)
7. ARC10PG TH 3U (for collection/not string)
8. AT900PLCW TH 3U
9. ARCZS JP 2U
10. AT800DE IP 4U (for collection/not string)
11. VT80 TH 4U (use this sometimes)
12. Victor SW35
13. Mizuno TC700
my tools rite now
2. apacs tantrum 300
i don't have many, it will make me sick
somebody who found VS titanium plain black colour, a rare 'cap ayam brand' anywhere, pls ring me. still looking for it.
all the rackets iv had
Arcsaber Z Slash
Carlton Powerflo 600 AC
rsl x5 gold
calton powerblade 9902
apacs stern 100
In my bag
Arc ZS TH (slightly heavier than my ZS. Due to difference in between editions or big divergence in production?)
BS 10 (2x)
N90 (2x, frequent back-up singles racket)
VT70 (4U, sometimes back-up racket)
PP Precision (2x)
PP Trinity 2 (2x)
PP TPro (sometimes back-up doubles racket)
Wilson N9 (first racket I used in training as well as first one I strung to 30lbs)
^ you went out and bought 2 BS10's without trying a SW35 or a MX80, seeing as you have a BS09, you must try a MX70 surely ?
It's not available in Germany yet. I tested all Braveswords and wanted to test the Meteors as well, but no dice....I heard the MX80 is similar to the BS10 but better, but I also got a pretty nice offer for the BS so I went with that. When I have more money again and the Meteors are available I'll definitely test them out though
The SW35 is pretty hard to test nowadays (and only one or two shops have some stock left) and should not be too different from the N90, which is a very nice racket, but too slow for my liking.
I (currently) like the BS10 better than the BS09 because it's stiffer (=>more controlled) and quicker, which suits my style of play. It also feels much head heavier than the NS series which would significantly decrease my power.
Dude, you have a MP 99 JP? isnt it called MP 90 JP?
Awww man i miss that MP 100..lovely racket.
Yonex Muscle Power 55 ( I think 10+ years d loh... racket head paint left 40% nia XD)
Until recently changed to...
Yonex Voltric 70 (Just bought it this year April at UK, loving every part of it!!!)
I wonder... how you guys get so much money to buy those racket... ME ENVY!!!
You're right. It's MP90. My typo. Got it when I was studying in Japan.
I have never gotten down to using the MP100. Keeping it as collection.
What happened to your MP100?
RSL M10 098 .。 Great racket
proud owner of:
arcsaber 008 TH edition
and the newest addition: victor MS80
Armortec 900p 2x
Arcsaber Z Slash
Rackets in use:
2x Voltric 80
Li Ning N-90 II
Armortec 900P LCW
Two old Wilson rackets
Maybe the MODS can add some forum voting options to the top of this thread (or create a new one with it).
Number of racquets:
0 (I borrow from friends)
1 (I'm so loyal)
10+ (a real playa!)
Anyway, I currently have in my bag (in descending value):
RSL M11 Diamond X5 Gold
APACS edgesaber 9
I play with the last two cheapie ones more often than the others.
I have numerous others which have been retired from service, given to my club or given to my little cousins to use, which includes Aerotus 100 and Carbonex 8dx.
hey i would like to check the price of this racket in singapore
arcsaber z slash TH
Try in this forum instead:
I have 7 rackets to use.
1) RSL M11 HEAT 600 - For double play, for control play
2) APACS LETHAL 7 - For double play for more counter-smash usage
3) IMPACT SUPER FRAME 8 - For power smashing in double play
4) RSL M11 SCREAM 166 - For double play, for control play
5) RSL M10 SCREAM 098(2pcs) - For double competition(agrresive play)
cheap to replace in case rackets crash.
6) RSL M10 SCREAM 088-for quick attack over net and ease of counter-smash
Play badminton for the last 37 years since 6 years old.