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Yonex ArcSaber 10's personal review from other person

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ThinkRiver, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. ThinkRiver

    ThinkRiver Regular Member

    Nov 13, 2007
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    this is not my review, I get it from a Chinese forum.The author is also a tester for YY's new racket.


    Generally translating:

    YY sent this AS10's Demo Racket to tester for testing and collecting feedback. They are 2U and 3U with BG80 string and 24/26 lb tension. The racket is not very stiff where is much less than NS9K and the anti-torque is just okey. 2U's racket has a very heavy head, in author's personal view, people who has been used to Ti10 will feel lager press on their wrist....( I have no idea about translation of last part...sorry:eek:)
  2. MSN04

    MSN04 Regular Member

    Jan 27, 2008
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    Vancouver, BC
    I will give the last part a try...

    Since it is a 2U and it is head-heavy, plus the fact that it was newly strung, the feel is solid when hitting the shuttle. The speed of the shuttle is reasonably fast. However, the drop shot control of the 2U is not as good as the 3U. In face, the 3U just feel like a normal racquet. May be more replusive. Nothing extraordinary on the 3U.

    At this point, Yonex is seeking for power and speed. So, there is a high possibility that this racquect to go on production. However, I have doubt on comparing this racquet to a bow.

    Then the author says that his physical condition wasn't that good when he/she tested the racquet. Therefore, the review may not be accurate, and the person will try the racquet again and share with the readers later.

    edit: God damn it... I am lucky that I did not pick trasnlator as my profession ROFL.

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