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Yonex Arcsaber 7 Reviews

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Sep 21, 2007.

  1. ants

    ants Regular Member

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    It is true that the racket is also suitable for beginners. Even Gao Ling who is super advance player is using it. I dont think she is a beginner. :). But the racket may most suitable for intermediate players.
     
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    Good work ants! Always helpful reading your reviews.

    on a side note - just saw your post count, you've hit a "milestone" of 8,888 posts!!! Now you need to go and buy 4D :p:p:p
     

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    And even biomass energy producer.
     
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    wow, surely this comparison has run its course by now!
     
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    You're right - been on for too long without a whiff of success.
     
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    i don't really undestand this bit of the spec. does that mean that there will be a g6 version of the AS7? and i take it these measurements are the circumferences of the handle for G4, 5 and 6?

    G4(太)G5(細)G6(極細)グリップ周長の中心値(mm)848178
     
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    whoops, i just copy and pasted that and it looks like it did not come out right, hopefully if you go to the link you'll see it and know what i mean.
     
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    HEheh... thanks.. didnt know that i hit the 8888.
     
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    from what i can see, that the different weight to different grip sizes too....:rolleyes:
    i wonder how smaller G6 to G5. so far, i can see that this model's weight ranging from 2U till 4U. which other model do have these selections??:cool:
     
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    damn, we need someone to translate the page for us.

    i'm beginning to think that it doesn't come in g6 at all, and the stuff at the bottom of the link is just a rough guide for all racquets in general, not specifically for the as7.
     
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    translated.....translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fstore.yahoo.co.jp%2Fseiko-spo%2Farc7.html
    the bottom part, indeed just a common information:D:D:D
     
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    Need brother Jhirata to translate it, or any Japanese BC members here wish to translate it..?? will be very much appreciated.Arigato..!!
     
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    looks like it's gonna cost about 75 GBP, or 150 USD.

    that puts it around the MP99 price range.
     
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    From the Yonex's site, there is no G6 sizing. However they do have G6 for other certain rackets (ie. MP80 4UG6).
     
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    hahaha, i always find these translations hilarious.
     
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    Yeah..

    ..thanks goodness it stops at "6"...:cool:
     
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    Yeah, those translators never translate the pages completely.
    The translation says 'GATT' quite a lot of times, and that actually is the string that they're talking about. It is said that the stringing is free, but the string itself must be bought.
    That online shop is selling the racquet (ArcSaber7) for 17600yen (approx NZ$200, Rm400), and that's actually how much I payed for my Mp40. :eek:
     

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