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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_hour View Post
    add another ....the racket is shorter than SW37,....i think it same as my Tantrum200,the shaft is shorter,..tonite will play again
    dun la torture us till like that... :P wats your initial feelign of having this ? i myself love my tantrum 200... if its an improvement,, cant wait to get it

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    whats a good look racket...
    Sports Horizon is selling it for 100 USD
    http://www.sportshorizon.com/product...003-100241.htm

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    ok,conclusion,
    the racket is superb good,the smashing is as easy as my SW37,BUT power is less abit than SW37( i will try take out the original grip next time,currently use ori + replacement grip LOL)
    the medium stiff shaft help me a lot,(that's why i sell my Tantrum200 last time,its vibrate a lot and my arm hurt everytime!)
    sweetspot a.k.a g-spot bigger than SW37(i like this one )
    when defence ,the racket act quicker than my SW37,i like this one too, (maybe because it lighter than Sw37)
    i strung the racket with BG66Ultimax @ 26lbs + karakal PU Tribe,

    emm,that's enuff or not >.<

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    Nice review bro thanks!... this racket is less stiff then tantrum 200 huh... might give it a pass then... i like the stiffness of my tantrum 200...

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    if u like than i suggest u Tweet8000,stiff + slightly head heavy, but it have VictorBS like frame, u need adjust timing to adapt the new racket,

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    For those living in Canada and US, the Apacs website "http://www.apacscanada.com/product_i...national-p-165" has been updated with Tantrum 500 International details. Currently listed as CAD$145.00

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    I just bought one from apacscanada last night.. I must say the T500 looks very solid, just waiting for some vs850 to come in/

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    i just bought one Tantrum 200 and 500 but i still hadn't put the string on Tantrum 500. it looks too good to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwan_kho View Post
    i just bought one Tantrum 200 and 500 but i still hadn't put the string on Tantrum 500. it looks too good to use.
    LOL!!,... tonite will try my tantrum500 once more heheee,the grip sucks,i should learn how to wrap it my self,..but i ald waste 4-5 grip >_< ,..

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    I just strung mine up lastnight with ZyMax 67 but I looked at it this morning and I mis-weaved two rows.. argh!!! I'm still going to hit a few shuttles tonight before I cut it and wait for my BG80 Power or VS850.

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    hahaa! next time send to other stringer!

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    Ya unfortunately the stringer was me.. eyes got really blurry because I was doing the job at 3AM.

    Anyways I restrung it with BG80 Power and no mistakes this time haha.

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    Gary, what do you think about the racket?
    thanks

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    I haven't had a chance to give it a try yet.. just swinging it around the house and driving my wife nuts haha.

    The racquet itself feels very light to me compared to my Kason F9. I won't get a chance to try it until Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_hour View Post
    if u like than i suggest u Tweet8000,stiff + slightly head heavy, but it have VictorBS like frame, u need adjust timing to adapt the new racket,
    zero_hour, do you have the tweet 8k int? i was just swinging it around the BS10 and the shop owned passed me the tweet as well. i was faster to swing than the BS10! must be the 0.67 mm shaft. feels balanced though, is 295 heavy head? maybe cause both was unstring

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryC View Post
    I just strung mine up lastnight with ZyMax 67 but I looked at it this morning and I mis-weaved two rows.. argh!!! I'm still going to hit a few shuttles tonight before I cut it and wait for my BG80 Power or VS850.
    at least you just mis-weave. i just popped my zymax 67 during first warm up after restringing when i was just recommending it to my friends how embarrassing

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryC View Post
    I haven't had a chance to give it a try yet.. just swinging it around the house and driving my wife nuts haha.

    The racquet itself feels very light to me compared to my Kason F9. I won't get a chance to try it until Saturday.
    GaryC,
    Please you share your thoughts with us after you try it this weekend.
    Hopefully the HK Open games live stream doesn't clash with your Sat games.

    Thanks.

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    Hi people, you can ask me about the T500. I have been using it for 2 weeks now.

    Here is my comparison to the T200:
    Weight T200>T500. More or less 10g lighter.
    Head Heaviness T500>T200. I THINK the T200 has a more stable head.
    Flex T200>T500. T500 is a lot more flexible. Back court to back court shots less effort. However, when I am defending against powerful shots (smash, net kill) I feel that I have lost accuracy (bounces way out, or doesn't go where its intended, most likely lack of skill here).

    When I swing the T500, I feel like I am swinging it faster than the T200. Not a whole lot faster but faster. Most likely due to overall weight and maybe thinner shaft (don't think this one makes a difference)? Sometimes I feel 'naked'. Meaning I feel like I am on the court without a racquet due to the lightness.

    Overall its light, flexible, and I find it easy to use. Also find that I tend to 'flick' more often when using T500. Well guys, that is my spin on it.

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