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Racket stock check!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Gon, Apr 26, 2002.

  1. phuong11980

    phuong11980 Regular Member

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    i have some rackets: yonex ns9900(2 rackets), zs, vt80 code jp
     
  2. faisalhussain

    faisalhussain Regular Member

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    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
     
  3. Barca

    Barca Regular Member

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    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)

    Non-Yonex rackets:-
    12. Victor SW35
    13. Mizuno TC700
     
    #1603 Barca, Jul 29, 2011
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  4. niginasari

    niginasari New Member

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    my tools rite now

    1. ns9900
    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.:p
     
  5. bh.bruce

    bh.bruce Regular Member

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    all the rackets iv had

    Voltric 80
    Arcsaber Z Slash
    Arcsaber 10
    BraveSword 10
    Copa 44
    Carlton Powerflo 600 AC
     
  6. ycsia

    ycsia Regular Member

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    my rackets:
    gosen:
    ryoga tenbu
    aermet blaze
    aermet explosion
    yonex:
    ti10 limited
    arcsaber 3fl
    arcsaber 7
    other:
    rsl x5 gold
    calton powerblade 9902
    apacs stern 100
     
  7. j4ckie

    j4ckie Regular Member

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    Updated list:

    In my bag
    Arc ZS
    Arc ZS TH (slightly heavier than my ZS. Due to difference in between editions or big divergence in production?)
    BS 09
    BS 10 (2x)

    Others:
    N90 (2x, frequent back-up singles racket)
    N90II
    N50
    N50II (2x)
    N70
    Ti-10 (purple)
    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)
     
  8. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    ^ 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 ? :)
     
  9. j4ckie

    j4ckie Regular Member

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    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 :D
    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.
     
  10. Blurry D

    Blurry D Regular Member

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    Dude, you have a MP 99 JP? isnt it called MP 90 JP?

    Awww man i miss that MP 100..lovely racket.
     
  11. ah.b|ack

    ah.b|ack Regular Member

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    My "stuffs"
    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!!!
     
  12. Barca

    Barca Regular Member

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    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?
     
  13. edhiro

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    Im using


    RSL M10 098 .。 Great racket
     
  14. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    proud owner of:
    carbonex 8
    arcsaber 008 TH edition
    trinity pro
    and the newest addition: victor MS80
     
  15. crm66

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    Armortec 900p 2x
    Armortec 600
    Arcsaber Z Slash
    Voltric 80
    N70 2x
     
  16. yves.

    yves. Regular Member

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    Rackets in use:
    2x Voltric 80
    Li Ning N-90 II

    Previous rackets:
    Arcsaber 10
    Nanospeed 9900
    Armortec 900P LCW
    Armortec 250
    Two old Wilson rackets
     
  17. leongwaipak

    leongwaipak Regular Member

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    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)
    2-3
    4-6
    7-9
    10+ (a real playa!)

    Anyway, I currently have in my bag (in descending value):
    Voltric 70
    Bravesword 9
    RSL M11 Diamond X5 Gold
    Flex-pro SP20
    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.
     
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  18. kill895

    kill895 Regular Member

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    hey i would like to check the price of this racket in singapore
    arcsaber 10
    arcsaber z slash TH
    Voltric 80
     
  19. leongwaipak

    leongwaipak Regular Member

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  20. yapwt

    yapwt Regular Member

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    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.
     

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