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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Sep 21, 2007.
i guess that's a pretty good price then.
though nzd200 for a mp40 seems quite expensive, no?
makes me feel like the arc saber is an advanced version of a mp99 or sth..lol
I bought that at a random huge Japanese sports shop, and it was still about 10% cheaper than the original price. Actually, a friend of mine also got his Mp44(same as mp40 really.. ) for the same price, 200NZD.
Is the arcsaber light head? or like even balanced?
I only understand the hardness of information. The translation is something beyond my grasp .
Btw one more thing to add. This racket seems to be more favourable among the females compare to men.
Well, it does have a big... face. ISOmetric face taken to the extreme perhaps? Not very sure if I like the way Yonex is coming out with their new products. Flexible shafts that produce powerful shots.
Yonex website dont even have this model, only Yonex Taiwan web got
Ants, r u from PJ area?
Currently whre u play?
I live in Subang. Play around that area. No definite place.Sometimes KL , sometimes PJ.
we play thursday at usj1, u got msn??
mine is email@example.com
we can talk talk about racket.
we play thursday at usj1, near giant usj.
can talk to u about racket stuff.
whats ur msn?
mine is chinkw11 at gmail.com
Ants, u offline one??
arcsaber is selling at queensway shopping centre already. at new link sports second floor.
thanks for the information, may i know the price?
Thank you so much for all your reviews, which make me aware of the differences of each of those rackets.
One stupid question from a newbie, the stringing tension of all your test rackets are always at 30lbs or even higher, whereas the suggested maximum is 25 lbs.
Are your test rackets different from the commercially available ones, so that they can be strung at least 5 lbs above the recommended ceiling?
Thanks for your advice.
The recommended tension is what tension you racquets have to be to get warranty by yonex. The actual limit of the racquet is much higher (36lbs or a bit more). So it is possible to string up to those high tension, but his warranty is void because of doing so.
It sounds quite naughty!
Thanks. I never know that.
But under that tension, is the racket easily be broken?
And do you need much larger force to drive the cock in return for better control?