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Yonex Arcsaber 11

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by clawhammers, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. clawhammers

    clawhammers Regular Member

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    I heard certain rumor that YY is planning to release "Arcsaber 11" in March 2013.

    Perhaps it would be released in All England 2013.

    Can anyone confirm this issue ?
     
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    Well if that is true, I am saving money to get it then..... Bet it will cost a bomb like the VTZF Ltd.
     
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    If it's anything like the Arc10, my credit card in staying in my wallet.
     
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    i thought they discontinued the arcsaber series, or is it just the arcsaber10 that's been discontinued???

    and if it's the arcsaber series that's been discontinued then i want to know why they would have an arc11 if the rumor is true?

    wondering if it will be limited, and if it is then it's gonna be bank!
     
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    Voltric replaced Armortec.Nanoray replaced Nanospeed.Haven't heard of any line replacing Arcsaber just yet.
     
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    Who says the ArcSaber 10 is discontinued? ArcSaber still has some years left compared to the other two being introduced in 2007 only vs 2003 Armortec and 2004 NanoSpeed ...

    Since they are in the retro mode it has been mentioned it could be a throwback naming scheme in the line of Aerotus 110 and Super Iso 11 ...

    Not sure what to make of this, doesn't even appear to say "11" [​IMG], but maybe someone can dig up the thread it originally came from on badmintoncn ... [saved you the trouble ;) http://bbs.badmintoncn.com/viewthread.php?tid=314873]

    121205173365d37eeeae68caf9.jpg

    [found on AT700, along with http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...yers-and-their-racquets?p=2017506#post2017506]

    Hope they come out with some NS9900 Premium actually and a better paintscheme than the lollipop before they bid it farewell :cool:.
     
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    That "thing" above is actually the ArcSaber 2 Tour, ​so forget you ever saw it ;) ...
     
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    i guess it's wishful thinking on my part since i was told that yonex will stop making the arc10 and the arcsaber series never really worked for me except the arc002, hahahaha, but that's probably just my weird way of swinging a racket :)

    if anything i wish i can still buy a brand new arcsaber 10 peter gade edition since he is still my favorite singles player since i started watching badminton :)
     
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    Yonex has devided the rackets into the head heavy range Armortec and Voltric, Head light range Nanospeed and Nanoray, and even balanced range Arcsaber. I don't see why Yonex will discontinue the Arcsaber range unless there is a new line. But I do think it will be the next new 'thing' from Yonex.
     
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    ALRIGHT, COME ON SOME ONE POST THIS ARC SABER 11 picture.
     
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    struggling to contain the excitement?
     
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    well it'll be nice to know they will mke more arc10s, but with the way yonex is marketing their new models, it's not going to be that big of a difference, just like the nr700s (both of them) and nr800. they all hit about the same, and i'm not expecting any big new thing from a possible arc11. but i will give yonex the benefit and wait before i turn completely judgmental :)
     
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    What contain? To start with, when i read arc Saber 11. Excitement has burst n filled the atmosphere. Hahaha
     
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    There is a new ARC coming in March. Name, I can not confirm.
     
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    thanks silentheart :)

    looking forward for any leakes to its features and colors :D
     
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    It would more likely be a "something-slash" than a number if I am trying to speculate!
     
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    "Arcsaber F-Strike" would be good...
     
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    or C-Strike, for Counterstrike!!!!! sorry i still miss that game!
     
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    A-Bomb is out of the question I presume :eek: ...
    If something like this get's out, you can pretty much expect it to actually be ArcSaber 11. Seen them for the past few releases iirc, particularly the Premium models. Tried to find that particular rumours thread from the time but no idea what it was titled ...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Well, the cat is almost out of bag. Just wait till the new racquet to come out and see the final paint job yourself.
     

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