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Yonex Player Series - ARC-Z TH / AT900PL / ARC10PG

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Rocker, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. Rocker

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    The Yonex Player Series are already launched! Here some pic and story about the player and Racket :

    1. Arcsaber Z SlashTaufik Hidayat
    About the player :
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    2. Armortec 900 Power Lee Chong Wei (AT900PL):najis
    About The Racket :
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    3. Arcsaber 10 Peter Gade(Arc 10P)
    About The Racket :

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  2. Zabee

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    new Arcsaber is nice love it
     
  3. huangxl

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    Anyone notice that the z slash red and black stripe looks like trinity 2 coloring?
     
  4. teoky

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    It is supposed to be launched in Singapore 1st Aug. If the price is the same as the regular models, then probably worth it.

    Other than a new design for the racquet, I don't think it is different from the regular models that they are based on.
     
  5. Thom_bad

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    The ArcSaber 10 PG is so nice...
    The LCW's not bad at all..
     
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    http://www.yonex.com/wbp/spec/index.html

    Looks like the specs are the same than regular models..
     
  7. Rocker

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    I just wonder, If Chinese player still use Yonex, I think Yonex will create AT 700LD and Ti 10FHF
     
  8. Thom_bad

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    The Chinese team is sponsored by Li-Ning since at least 1 year ;);)
     
  9. aramistuscany

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    Yonex Signature Racquets

    The high-end signature racquets.
     

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    Oooh! I love the new Paintjob on the Z Slash! Makes me want to impulse buy it! Did any of the specs majorly change for these rackets? Or is it just a better paint job and a signature taped on it?

    Edit: Was too distracted by the Z-Slash pics to remember to say thanks... Sorry! So. Thanks for the picture uploads! :D
     
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    The Lower-End Signature Raquets

    Isometric Zeta LCW, Isometric Alpha PG, Isometric Zeta TH and the new Armortec 70 Mega G2.
     

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    any words on availability and price? is it hyped up from the price of the original by a large margin?
     
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    So its pretty much the same racket, but with different looks and somebody's name on it. Better be the same price.
     
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    What's with the "made in China" and "made in in Taiwain" ?
    I thought these 'high end rackets' were always "made in Japan"
     
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    there is two sets of photos, one set is the high end models, the others set are the lower end models
     
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    any idea when these will be available on E78 ?
     
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    Thanks for sharing pics, damn the new Z-Slash paint job looks sexy!
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    LCW must be a bit gutted - the other two rackets look great, but his is just meh.
     
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    The PG and TH models look better than the original but LCW's AT900P is just...

    Thanks for all the photos!
     

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