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The APACS EXPERIENCE & OTHERS

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Skanbuzz, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. Skanbuzz

    Skanbuzz Regular Member

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    Hi APACS fans,

    I have lifted this out from the APACS fans thread so we can gathered all the personnal APACS experience/review on their products. I have also inserted OTHERS as well so for those individual who have tried others can put up their comments too.

    The purpose is to gather all in one thread of individual experience of (say) a APACS racket & maybe comparison if available to a similar/clonex of ??.
    The input does not necessary have to come from an expert/pro player.
    This will hopefully help others who wished to try APACS or Others items in deciding which model will be suitable.

    I know there are a big following of the APACS rackets and because of APACS pricing, a lot of players can afford to try them and the many different models.
    I hope you all will kindly contribute so we can all see the results.

    This thread should be kept simple and not be over posted with posts of pricing, details, questions, where to get the stuff etc.

    We can always start a thread where after individual posted their table, they can just annouce it on the other thread and further discussion can carry on there. This will hopefully keep this thread for years to come just full of tables of individual experience and easily search for the racket or item wanted.
    Please assist in keeping this individual experience/review tidy.

    Thanks

    I am going to start with setting some parameter so others can follows:

    A) Reviwer Details
    1) Date Reviewed: (Month/year)
    2) Reviewer level of play 1=beginners, 2= Standard, 3=intermediate, 4=Advance & 5=expert/pro)

    B) Racket Details
    3) Rackets reviewed model:
    4) Clonex/similar to Brand(eg YONEX or others):
    5) Clonex/similar to Model(eg Arc saber 7):
    6) Construction frame:

    7) Construction shaft:
    8) Flex:
    9) Weight:
    10) Grip:
    11) Special features:
    12) Balance:
    13) String:
    14) String tension:
    15) Price purchase:
    16) Colour/pattern:


    C) Results & Recommendation
    17) Power/control (max 5/5:
    18) Your scoring (max 10):
    19) Positive and negative points & reasons:
    20) Bang for bucks (Good+/-,Average+/-,moderate+/-,Excellent+/-:
    21) Recommendation for (single,double,ladies, beginners etc):
    22) Reference to YONEX table 0-3o'clock= 1st Qtr,3-6o'clock=2nd Qtr etc):
    23) OTHERS:

    Thanks & happy reading
     
    #1 Skanbuzz, Nov 1, 2008
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2008
  2. Skanbuzz

    Skanbuzz Regular Member

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    APACS nano 7700 power

    Hi,

    I am going to start off with mine
    I managed to lay my hand on an APACS Nano 7700 Power

    A) Reviwer Details
    1) Date Reviewed: November 2008
    2) Reviewer level of play: 2 or -3

    B) Racket Details
    3) Rackets reviewed model: APACS Nano 7700 Power
    4) Clonex/similar to Brand: Yonex
    5) Clonex/similar to Model:Nano Power 7700
    6) Construction frame:
    7) Construction shaft: High Modulus Graphite +Fullerne
    8) Flex: 8-9 (I think it is stiff)
    9) Weight: 84-86g
    10) Grip: 4U (no overgrip)
    11) Special features: Vibration Filter cap
    12) Balance: 285+/- 2mm (not measure myself)
    13) String: BG65
    14) String tension: 25lbs
    15) Price purchase: £35.00
    16) Colour/pattern: Yellowish gold


    C) Results & Recommendation
    17) Power/control (max 5/5): 5/4
    18) Your scoring (max 10): 8
    19) Positive and negative points & reasons: Solid stick, quality excellent, accuracy excellent, give me excellent plus power for clearing & smash, lost a bit on light touch. attractive colour
    20) Bang for bucks (Good+/-,Average+/-,moderate+/-,Excellent+/-): Excellent+++
    21) Recommendation for (single,double,ladies, beginners etc): double play, beginner or to intermediate can use, maybe too solid for ladies
    22) Reference to YONEX table 0-3o'clock= 1st Qtr,3-6o'clock=2nd Qtr etc):1st quarter
    23) OTHERS: I mainly play double, lack footwork and power so found this racket excellent for my play (aggressive)


    Thanks

    Maybe hellojeffo would like to update his here too.
     
  3. maa2003

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    From the catalogue :

    Model : Nano 7700 Power
    Frame : Japan Toray M30 (30 tonne)
    Shaft : Japan Toray T700 (24 tonne)
    Shaft Out/In Dia. : 7.6 / 4.8
    Weight : 84 - 86gr
    BCP : 282 - 288mm
    Length : 672mm

    any idea what is the meaning of "30 tonne" for frame and "24 tonne" for the shaft ?
     
  4. chongkiatz

    chongkiatz Regular Member

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    tonne is to make u shaft more solid feel and more strong....among the Apacs's racket....AMP's series have the most higest number of tonne which is 50 tonne.....=D
     

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