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Slazenger Badminton

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Xuan, Jun 12, 2000.

  1. Xuan

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    <html>Has anyone heard anything about Slazenger badminton racquets?
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  2. name

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    <html>: Has anyone heard anything about Slazenger badminton racquets?<p>I have one. Classic Pro or something, its so damn light that it's useless, about 80g.<p><br>
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  3. Nelson

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    Bought two just to keep it. Model is Phantom. Very cheap. RM50 only. I think Rakan Muda dumped it when it closed down.
     
  4. pahakin

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    slazenger badminton racquet how well?

    can anybody pls. post something bwt how well is a slazenger badminton racquet is? experts, hobbiest, and enthusiast pls. help.:mad:
     
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    there not realy that good
    id just use them for backyard play or general play

    my friend had one that he got for 10$ and after like 5 days the aluminum shaft snaped
     
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    China got a lot of models of this brand to choose from. But if you really want a nice badminton racquet, I wouldn't recommend this brand.
     
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    my very first racket was a slazenger, lol. i'd say for intro level play it's adequate. but i had one very very light clash with my partner and the frame got bent. i think my 2nd racket was a carlton :)
     
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    really? even the high end one's? i mean theres that new model with 30lbs model..u think d shaft is also weak even with the high ends?(slazenger)
     
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    i mean with 30lbs tension..
     
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    gemcat, how about babolat..is this brand that good? i think this racquet perform well..
     
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    Slazenger

    My dad just passed me a Slazenger racquet. I thought it was a crappy one. But surprisingly, the racket just gives me the 'feel' that i need, feels 'powerful' when I used it to play with my friends. Well, I think my dad paid RM300 plus for the racquet, cant rmb the model now (as racquet currently not with me). Guess there is a price to pay if you guys want a good racquet. GO fot the more expensive Slazenger racket. Its worth it.:)
     

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