Thread: Consider switching my racket~
12-21-2011, 02:37 AM #18
no way, most of the li-ning N series over here costs 30% more than VT80 :S
12-28-2011, 04:08 AM #19
I had been back from a hectic month with my assignments and exams. Well, of course I did not forget about badminton to release my tension. Anyway I been scouting for rackets all this while and my choice of racket will probably be listed as below:
1st Choice: Kason TSF300A
2nd Choice: Li-Ning Rock 500
3rd Choice: Yonex Ti-10 LTD
or 4th choice: Any recommended Victor Racket (Mostly BS series, but I'm more looking forward to the BS LYD version) xD
Any comments on my choice? Mostly 1st and 2nd choice I had tried before with my friends racket and I find it easy to handle for player like me. 3rd and 4th choice are basically based on review on forum and recommends. Please provide me with some feedback.
12-28-2011, 05:30 AM #20
Since you have tried 1st & 2nd choice & comfortable with them, then go all the way with those.
What is your current string tension now?
For your information, my friend broke his Kason TSF-300A when he strung it around 30LBS, suddenly there is a crack sound, when the stringer still play with TSF-300A
12-28-2011, 08:07 AM #21
My current string tension is 25lbs...Won't be upgrading my tension level until I'm really good at it, I understand Kason cannot really withhold such strong tension and I don't even consider to string my string to 30lbs in future...
12-28-2011, 08:15 PM #22
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