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    Sorry,it's zonar and sword and wave,not the force,still trying to locate the force and of course a blx bag to go with


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post


    Sorry,it's zonar and sword and wave,not the force,still trying to locate the force and of course a blx bag to go with

    Thats a Wilson fan LOL. can't wait to see what comes out in 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footwork_816 View Post
    Thats a Wilson fan LOL. can't wait to see what comes out in 2012
    Well,when I played tennis briefly back in school about 20years ago(oh well,did not continue cos I suck at it)...was already using Wilson rackets,and now coming into badminton as a complete newbie or rather intermediate player,I was kinda lost with all those brands out there except the traditional yonex n Carlton,but when I went shopping for rackets,I discovered that Wilson rackets kinda suit me cos they are mostly flexible enough for my tennis and golfer's elbow to take the stress,and they are very flashy in color...and not many players use them as compared to the likes of yonex n Li Ning n victor,so naturally,it would be a choice for me to go to...anyways I am just a leisure player so it's still quite ok for me to be using Wilson rackets,not to mention they got quite a few good product endorsers as well,one of them being sho sasaki who is a south paw like me,the other south paw would be LD but then too many followers of his products hahaha...And hope they do not come out too fast on the new products,not when I haven complete the blx series in the Asia and Europe models wakakakaka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    Well,when I played tennis briefly back in school about 20years ago(oh well,did not continue cos I suck at it)...was already using Wilson rackets,and now coming into badminton as a complete newbie or rather intermediate player,I was kinda lost with all those brands out there except the traditional yonex n Carlton,but when I went shopping for rackets,I discovered that Wilson rackets kinda suit me cos they are mostly flexible enough for my tennis and golfer's elbow to take the stress,and they are very flashy in color...and not many players use them as compared to the likes of yonex n Li Ning n victor,so naturally,it would be a choice for me to go to...anyways I am just a leisure player so it's still quite ok for me to be using Wilson rackets,not to mention they got quite a few good product endorsers as well,one of them being sho sasaki who is a south paw like me,the other south paw would be LD but then too many followers of his products hahaha...And hope they do not come out too fast on the new products,not when I haven complete the blx series in the Asia and Europe models wakakakaka
    Ah ok. I really like wilson for their paint jobs too, they're like the best looking rackets. Besides paint I think I started using Wilson because of the low price but at the same time they feel like quality rackets. I especially like the BLX rackets, actually feel a difference in the feel. Yea sho sasaki was one reason I got the recon lol, just made me happy to see top players using Wilson. The one thing I disagree with is I wish Wilson made stiff rackets as well as flexible ones because I like playing competitively and only flexible and medium stiffness kind of sucks

    Lol I don't know if they will release a new series or a couple of new BLX rackets like last year. Personally I'm hoping for a new series . hehe I don't collect whole series of rackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footwork_816 View Post
    Ah ok. I really like wilson for their paint jobs too, they're like the best looking rackets. Besides paint I think I started using Wilson because of the low price but at the same time they feel like quality rackets. I especially like the BLX rackets, actually feel a difference in the feel. Yea sho sasaki was one reason I got the recon lol, just made me happy to see top players using Wilson. The one thing I disagree with is I wish Wilson made stiff rackets as well as flexible ones because I like playing competitively and only flexible and medium stiffness kind of sucks Lol I don't know if they will release a new series or a couple of new BLX rackets like last year. Personally I'm hoping for a new series . hehe I don't collect whole series of rackets
    Oh well,at least we are kinda diff from other players in a way...for our liking in Wilson rackets hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    Oh well,at least we are kinda diff from other players in a way...for our liking in Wilson rackets hahaha
    hehe apparently so. Its just us two in this thread lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footwork_816 View Post
    hehe apparently so. Its just us two in this thread lol
    Oh well,I think I can understand that because Wilson rackets back here is sold by a retail sports chain and we do not get free strings and grip as buying from other smaller sports shop as added value service,also not to mention that the market is still predominantly dominated by the likes of yonex,victor and other badminton traditional brands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    Oh well,I think I can understand that because Wilson rackets back here is sold by a retail sports chain and we do not get free strings and grip as buying from other smaller sports shop as added value service,also not to mention that the market is still predominantly dominated by the likes of yonex,victor and other badminton traditional brands
    Yea I know what you mean. Although it is making progress and I think it'll become a big badminton brand one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footwork_816 View Post
    Yea I know what you mean. Although it is making progress and I think it'll become a big badminton brand one day
    Yeah,let's hope they do it as well as their tennis wing

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    I have the Vertex BLX. (ngb98 27~28lbs)
    It is one of the best racket that I have used.
    It is fast and powerful. ^^
    I want to know how are the others new BLXs compare to Vertex?

    Thanks a lot
    PS: Racket I have used,
    ISO900SS, MP100,MP99,TI8,TI10,AT700,AT800OF,NS9000x,ARC-Z,VT80,TC700

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhkjacky View Post
    I have the Vertex BLX. (ngb98 27~28lbs)
    It is one of the best racket that I have used.
    It is fast and powerful. ^^
    I want to know how are the others new BLXs compare to Vertex?

    Thanks a lot
    PS: Racket I have used,
    ISO900SS, MP100,MP99,TI8,TI10,AT700,AT800OF,NS9000x,ARC-Z,VT80,TC700
    I like the Recon and Wave a lot although the Recon took me a while to get used to. The Wave I like better and I was already used to it on my first day. Probably because transitioning from the Klite to the Wave is pretty easy...

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    Wow,u guys using BLX series.Im still using Xloop series since its suits me well.. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahkiz View Post
    Wow,u guys using BLX series.Im still using Xloop series since its suits me well.. =)
    Oh well...I managed to locate a kfactor and a nforce600 today hahaha

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    Wow,is it hard in ur place to find old model of wilson racket?Its quite easy to find it here in my place =) btw im using Xloop 800 model..Looking to find BLX series that similar to my current racket .

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    I own the Blx recon. very solid racket with medium (flex). It is easy to smash down and has benefit from even balance at net area. The racket quite slows swing speed due to the head frame and medium flexbility. I tried Tactic TG80 it was good for power. I am gonna try BG70 Pro and Ashaway Zymax 62.

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    Wilson rackets in sg is only sold by a well known sports company,i have never seen it being sold outside sports shop before...so if that company don't have it,doubt we can find it

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    ah i see.Here in my place they are the official wilson retailer.Thats why its easy for me to find the old model.BTW can u give the review about wilson BLX sword?

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