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Yonex Cybertec 03

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by twobeer, Feb 26, 2007.

  1. twobeer

    twobeer Regular Member

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    Anyone has info on the Cybertec 03 Shuttles??

    /Twobeer
     

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    Nano Resin treated feather shuttlecock? :D :D :D
     
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    WOW??? Hmm peter wanna get me some jk!! I'll get some myself if this is a good shuttle.:D
     
  4. twobeer

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    Since it is less expensive than F-20 in japan, I highly doubt its Naon Resin treated :p

    ANyway, would be interesting to know what it is? Can anyone translate the text in the picture I attached?

    Cheers,
    Twobeer
     
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    Actually its not worth asking about the shuttle since i'm sure most of you guys will not be using it. Same goes here. AS30 is much more durable than it.
     
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    Guessed so, but I was intrigued by the name

    /T
     
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    it's a wild visual guess but it could be yonex's new duck feather product line
     
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    Cyber-duck ?? :p
    /T
     
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    Indeed...

    ...as i notice the Yonex logo(w/the type of lettering & colors on it) on the left side(partially hidden):cool: ...could this be their new so-called "synthetic feather shuttlecock"??...hmmm:rolleyes: :confused: ;)
     
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    The pictures where taken from the latest Yonex Japan 2007 catalogue (with AT-900T/P etc).. so its definitively Yonex.. But it seems to "cheap" pricewise (2000yen list) to be "high-tec"..

    /T
     
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    So are they dropping the AS- numbers in favour of descriptions? I'm presuming:
    AS10 - Training
    AS20 - Hi-Clear
    AS30 - Official
    AS40 - New Official and
    AS50 - Tournament

    John
     
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    So did anyone acutally tested those? or are they unavailable atm.
     
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    the jap word only said it uses some special glue which makes it lighter
    cheaper and better and last longer then natural glue
     
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    Uhhhhhhhh...interesting...
     
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    yah but it puts down Economical first so it sounded like
    some entry lvl stuff
     
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    Yes..the description...

    ..(with a help of a Japanese friend)...basically describes the materials used on the foam/rubber piece and how "light" it is;, not so much on the feathers...I will try to get a full "translation" and share it with you guys..;)
     
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    Here is the translation..

    ..(with a help from a friend);) :cool: :
    "New product 'Cyber Tec 03'”
    "When you use this birdie, you feel and experience good impact, stability
    and endurance.
    The key is the cork of the birdie which is only 2g, but it is made of
    excellent quality materials and used special technique to glue together.
    This new tecnology provides economical, light and strong birdie."
     
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    i wonder how would it compare to the AS series
     
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    its talking about some sort of composite cork thingy to replace natural corks
     
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    I got a tube Cybertec 03 from Japan today.. Will test it out later today and report back :D

    /Twobeer
     

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