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Yonex Boron-2

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Kelvin, Mar 28, 2001.

  1. Kelvin

    Kelvin Regular Member

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    Post your reviews please!!! :)

    I personally don't have much experience with it, but those of you who do... by all means please do post something. Don't tell me all of you talk about it, but haven't actually owned it?

    As for the recent MP reviews... I'm looking into trying one of those out... (Kwun's brain washing is working on me again...) because of the recent reviews posted... I'm wondering how the MP frame really does affect the shots...
     
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    Well Kelvin, I got myself a MP100 myself. I could well say that I get lots of power from it. But it seems and feels like as if the racket is head heavier than the Ti-10. Too bad I don't have a gram weighing machine...gotta go to my old Chemistry teacher for that stuff.
     
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    kelvin, i thought u had own several boron-2 before
     
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    No, Kelvin owns Boron 200s.
    ANyway with my experience of MP frames(on the cab10 tour), i find that it helps a lot if u use tons of wrist..or at least, more wrist than usual(but maybe that was because it was a 3U frame and not a 2U that i had....).
     
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    i tried shaun's cab10 and i couldn't use it...all my hits were powerless cuz i tend to use more arm than wrist....shaun's pretty good w/ the cab10....
     
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    I'm sure I said Boron 200.
    not 2... I used to have a B-8100.
    but that was loooooooong ago.
     
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    Why bother with a review on Boron 2 if it is practically unavailable?
    From 2nd hand reports...
    brittle and good to play with
     
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    Brittle?
    How brittle?
    Us younger people need to be informed! :)

    BTW... you didn't give me much contact info to go on, for you in HK.
    If you want to hook up, I need more info than that... or at least maybe answer one of your email accounts.

    Anyways, money talks, and it does grows on trees where I come from.

    When I come to HK, I'll make sure I find one, for me, and for cooler.


    Living life doesn't get much better than this. :)
    Oh yeah... stay in HK, because the Government here are blood suckers... (taxation wise... hehehe...)
     
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    I remember on email I saw an actual Yonex B-8100 on auction..should have bought it..
     
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    What about me? I want a Boron-200 too! Gotta get one for the racket guru..heheh
     
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    Brittle enough that it can break.
    Didn't u get my e-mail? Must be hotmail acting up.
    You must be a very rich Canadian - uncommon for a country with high taxes.
     

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