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Yonex Arcsaber 7 Reviews

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

  1. Athelete1234

    Athelete1234 Regular Member

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    Well, at that tension, one bad framehit or mishit can kill your racquet, so you'd better have great technique to use it. As well, you need a lot of power to flex the strings, but the amount of power you can get from higher tensions is incredible. However, if you don't have the technique and power, your power will suffer, and so will your aim, and your arm (those stiff stringbeds don't absorb much shock, so you'll have vibrations dancing up your arm). However, if you can handle it, you'll have great power, and control. But if you can't, don't try it.
     
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    Arg...when will this raquet come out....I ordered my AT900T but it won't be here until 2-3weeks later.... T_ T
     
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    Early next year for north America. I am guessing around Feb?
     
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    I'll get mine soon ^.^!!!
     
  5. george@chongwei

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    does anyone knows this raquet can be buy at where in Malaysia?
    i was looking for this racket ...[​IMG]
     
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    silentheart Regular Member

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    Sir,
    I look forward to your review.
     
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    Thanks. Let me use a cheaper racket to try this out next time to see if I can handle....;)
     
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    It doesnt have to be america version. I'm looking for the japan version.
     
  9. Matt

    Matt Regular Member

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    I'll see!! Have to get it in my hands first.
     
  10. ants

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    The rackets that i got for reviews is the same as those that you find in the stores.
     
  11. albertc

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    Thank you Ants!:)
     
  12. Reiko

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    When did Gao Ling used this racket?:confused: Everytime I watch her game she only use NS9K Type S..
     
  13. Matt

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    Hi Reiko,

    This answers your question. She is using the Arc Saber 7.

    [​IMG]
     
    #93 Matt, Oct 17, 2007
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    Whoa! She is! What tournament is that?
     
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    Ants, which one do you prefer when it comes to control is't the ArcSaber 7 or the AT900T?
     
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    Japan Open 2007
     
  17. Jasonvan

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    bought one last week from bbesports in china but haven't had time to use it... wonder how it is compared to tetracross 700....
     
  18. Reiko

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    How much did you bought it? (exclusive shipping..)
     
  19. FrankoGoCyber

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    I saw the racquet last week. When I held it in my hand, I found it a little too light. So I don't think it would be ideal for pros. It might be more suitable for beginners/intemediate players.
     
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    What's the exact weight of this racket if it's 3U? Is't 85.0-89.9g?
     

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