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Wilson Raquets

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by shaun, Jan 28, 2001.

  1. shaun

    shaun Regular Member

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    I live in Toronto, and i see lots of WIlson raquets in stores and was wondering how come there are no reviews of wilson raquets in the review section of this web site.
    are they bad or something? I personally have used 2 wilson raquets, and i find them pretty decent...
     
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    Please post your opinion of these racquets in the review section. Your comments will be appreciated and will help others in their choice.
     
  3. shaun

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    I would post reviews if Wilson even existed in the review section! So far, there hasn't been any wilson raquet postings. so then i cant even review them
     
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    where can i find a list of Wilson rackets? i went to their homepage, and there isn't any info there at all.
     
  5. shaun

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    um i dunno of a LIST of they're raquets.....um um.
    try going to some kind of badminton liquidator site....they'll have wilson.
    but i know some off the top of my head:
    Hyper Carbon 7.0
    Hyper Carbon 5.0
    Quad 90
    Quad 80

    but the rest i dont know
     
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    hmmm, ain't selling wilson badminton racquets thru a liquidator outlet is a valid product review in itself?
     
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    what do u mean?
     
  8. wake

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    I play at clubs an hour east of toronto, I find most people use Wilson. It's simply very available. But I think I'll stick to Yonex.
     
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    i dunno about yonex, i find that their quality controll of their lower end raquets are utterly GARBAGE. my friend has a carbonex 8400 and his raquet head came warped from factory, i previously bought(and instantly returned), an Isometric 95vf...now this is a $100CDN raquet, so it isnt exactly considered "cheap", and even still, the raquet head was warped.
     
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    i don't think wilson does a good job promoting their badminton products as compare to their tennis, golf, etc. It's too bad because they know their material science and put some of them in their badminton line but nobody knows too much about it.
     
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    wilson racquet is also popular in malaysia , i had try the wilson Ncode 90 ( white colour ) , i find it too stiff for me , now i had shiff to FIscher brand , just bought 2 pcs from my good friend , had u ever think of a racquet that can have spring system + Air carbon material + 83 grams + head heavy + tension can string up 30 lbs and only price at RM 330 ( ringgit malaysia )
    i had never experience and racquet that give me this kind of Power spring where i can just flip my racquet and the shuttle can easily reach baseline , its helps me alot on my weak backhand . few of my team members also bought the same racquet as mine when they see the big changes in my game .

    as for wilson , in malaysia will be cheap because my friend says that the main wilson badminton wholesaler in located in malaysia , moreover malaysia is free tax for racquet sports .

    send me an email at ( mr_racquet@yahoo.com )
    mr_racquet
    and i will send to you the short video i had recorded by my phone during the demostration - it seems unbelievable - but u better believe it
     
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    can any one let me know the agent for wilson badminton racquet in Malaysia in term of claim or enquiry?
     

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