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    Are there any positions for rackets designers? Just wondering.

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    That's what I wanted to hear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by |_Footwork_| View Post
    hard to say for me, as it was really just for some seconds in my hand. but if i have to give an answer, i would say it's probably less head heavy than VT80.
    Cool thx!!
    That is great as it is head lighter than VT 80!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    So i just looked through most of the Z Slash thread looking for a post, that i'm sure i put there (its either there, or in the SW35 thread which i havent check yet)

    but basically, I merely suggested some improvements for the Z Slash, involving increasing the BP and increasing the stiffness. I wonder if what i suggested, has been implemented here...

    I wonder if Yonex listen/read about customer suggestions
    I assume you've written Yonex with a list of suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    Are there any positions for rackets designers? Just wondering.
    How about racket stickers designers?

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    Default A closer look

    Just found this on badmintoncn.com

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    You can clearly see that the frame is similar to the Z-Slash's grommet pattern with the 10 single pass grommets in the centre. It looks to me that red is going out of fashion with the colour scheme in favour of metallic green.

    From what I can see, it seems that this particular one was done with a 1 piece 2 knot pattern, with the shorter mains tie-off (or starting, only the stringer knows) at bottom 8 and the top cross tie-off at top 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King's View Post
    I assume you've written Yonex with a list of suggestions?
    Haha, not quite, but I have posted on here before a while ago, what improvements should be made to the Z Slash, for it to become more to my tastes/popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Just found this on badmintoncn.com

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    You can clearly see that the frame is similar to the Z-Slash's grommet pattern with the 10 single pass grommets in the centre. It looks to me that red is going out of fashion with the colour scheme in favour of metallic green.

    From what I can see, it seems that this particular one was done with a 1 piece 2 knot pattern, with the shorter mains tie-off (or starting, only the stringer knows) at bottom 8 and the top cross tie-off at top 12.
    I agree that the frame is very Z esque, and the colour scheme actually looks ok (I'm not sure if this will be the final colour scheme)

    Finally a YY racket I'm excited about, as opposed to the last couple of rackets...

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    (mumbles)Look ma! i can hold my racket with no hands!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Just found this on badmintoncn.com

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    You can clearly see that the frame is similar to the Z-Slash's grommet pattern with the 10 single pass grommets in the centre. It looks to me that red is going out of fashion with the colour scheme in favour of metallic green.

    From what I can see, it seems that this particular one was done with a 1 piece 2 knot pattern, with the shorter mains tie-off (or starting, only the stringer knows) at bottom 8 and the top cross tie-off at top 12.
    (mumbles)Look ma! i can hold my racket with no hands!

    PS. Sorry about the double post. Mods can you delete the post above this? thanks in advance
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    Tago is behind him licking his teeth^^

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    Does he want to have Lee or his racket for supper? Just wondering

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    good news, i was informed LCW is having a CNY open house in Penang this friday.
    maybe i can spy for more details...
    i hope i can perform this mission imposible mission..hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    If the 19 kg refers to vertical compression before deformation, then Victor is ahead by 1 kg.

    http://www.victorsport.com/skill_con...RfXlUraRfOlzDR
    1 Kg isn't that much which means YY is still the industry leader. Victor has to really stay focused to match their successess in recent years. Gaining momentum like Li Ning is a good sign, however, will these 2 companies be able to hold it consistentently for longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by King's View Post
    however, will these 2 companies be able to hold it consistentently for longer?
    yy still hv lcw, after lcw resign i dont know what happen to them. take example they build nanoray, who they target? and why none sponsor yy player not use it. Still they like yy old racket... I can say yy win on marketing strategy only, but in in reality they behind other...sorry to say....

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    yy still hv lcw, after lcw resign i dont know what happen to them. take example they build nanoray, who they target? and why none sponsor yy player not use it. Still they like yy old racket... I can say yy win on marketing strategy only, but in in reality they behind other...sorry to say....
    Well, until LCW retires, they'll probably hold on to him. With their vast array of experience in marketing (brand managers working behind the scenes double time) and scouting talent, they will surely find the best candidate to supplant LCW as their YY brand carrier.

    It's not that YY isn't doing anything at all. Their approach might be like medication, employing time-release mechanism for optimum efficacy. Hence, we don't see big hype every time they crank a new racket or new line. When was the last time they did a hyped effort? Probably it was with the ''Z''. The Voltrics and Nanorays are just the run of the mill kind of marketing.

    Surely the competition has stiffened up the last 3-5 years and has gotten a fair chunk of market share. But it's a surety also that YY did all their market research too...YY shall surely come back with a vengeance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    yy still hv lcw, after lcw resign i dont know what happen to them. take example they build nanoray, who they target? and why none sponsor yy player not use it. Still they like yy old racket... I can say yy win on marketing strategy only, but in in reality they behind other...sorry to say....
    Doesn't Saina Nehwal use a Nanoray 700 RP ??

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