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RSL rackets

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by cayzi, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. cayzi

    cayzi Regular Member

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    Hi!

    I am interested in RSL rackets. Could anyone give me any feedback or help me choice my "perfect" choice. :)

    Thanks!
     
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    IMO, go for racket, brand is secondary. open up your choice.
     
  3. cayzi

    cayzi Regular Member

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    I am looking something like 83g, 283-285 balance.

    RSL do not have this data on web except weight in tolerance.
     
  4. cayzi

    cayzi Regular Member

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    Hi!

    Can somebody help me read this chart:

    http://www.rsl-1928.com/pdf/m10_chart.pdf

    More power or control means more head heavy or less head heavy. What I miss here is where racket BP is placed on specific racket. Maybe I miss something :)

    Thanks!
     
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    rsl m10 heat 700......
     
  6. cayzi

    cayzi Regular Member

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    Here is the list of rackets from pdf which I choice guessing balance point from POWER-CONTROL (i hope more C means more head light and more P more head heavy). I also look at stiffness that racket is not so stiff.

    Please someone comment on those rackets if anyone have experience on RSL.

    List:
    Diamond X3 Silver
    M10 Laser 900
    M10 Laser 800
    M10 Laser 700

    M9 Heat 9600
    M9 Heat 9500
    M9 Heat 9180

    Thanks!
     
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    X2 Blue should be conform with your specification. It´s also extra stiff.
     
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    recomend for RSL X2 blue. great racket. easy to get use to
     

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