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    JUST Go for the VT Z force.. Chose the Best!! Take a while to learn how to master the Racket if you are playing offensive style! but if you master how to full use of it, you will LOVE IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ..JT.. View Post
    JUST Go for the VT Z force.. Chose the Best!! Take a while to learn how to master the Racket if you are playing offensive style! but if you master how to full use of it, you will LOVE IT!
    You're talking to someone who's playing a year. With class mates only.
    To be honest, he wouldn't need a high end racket at all. But we all know we love the sport more with good equipment.

    But to recommend a massive head heavy racket to a beginner / low intermediate* player, that's very questionable. No matter if the racket is superb or not.

    *(intermediate is a relative word)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    I see ^^ Well then, just buy one of them. Or more
    Maybe you wanna get a Kason, because it's more expensive to get a Kason outside of Asia, I think.
    Whatever. Don't forget to choose a 3U. And if there are different grip sizes available -> get the one which you think matches to you (even if you'd use a thin overgrip).

    The blabla about SP and JP doesn't interest me, because I'm not interested in paying 100$ more for a JP-version. If I'm rich, I maybe would. But I'm not.
    I personally would believe that JP-coded rackets have the better paint job. But I doubt that the rackets themself are better.

    My Arc10 PG is SP-coded, bought in Switzerland. I can't complain about the quality. It looks and feels and play superb
    Thanks man, your definitely the nicest person i met here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    You're talking to someone who's playing a year. With class mates only.
    To be honest, he wouldn't need a high end racket at all. But we all know we love the sport more with good equipment.

    But to recommend a massive head heavy racket to a beginner / low intermediate* player, that's very questionable. No matter if the racket is superb or not.

    *(intermediate is a relative word)
    I agree with you, im getting a high end racket only because it is $100 cheaper than in my country but i actually take lessons and im planning to join the badminton team too. Anyway, thanks for your advice and help (I probably said thanks like 10 times already LOL)

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    be conservative
    stay with what already at the best !
    ti10 with bg66 sharp
    price is also reasonable.

    why wanna trouble so much trying the new ones in market and put urself in risk on ur wallet and injury

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    I see ^^ Well then, just buy one of them. Or more
    Maybe you wanna get a Kason, because it's more expensive to get a Kason outside of Asia, I think.
    Whatever. Don't forget to choose a 3U. And if there are different grip sizes available -> get the one which you think matches to you (even if you'd use a thin overgrip).

    The blabla about SP and JP doesn't interest me, because I'm not interested in paying 100$ more for a JP-version. If I'm rich, I maybe would. But I'm not.
    I personally would believe that JP-coded rackets have the better paint job. But I doubt that the rackets themself are better.

    My Arc10 PG is SP-coded, bought in Switzerland. I can't complain about the quality. It looks and feels and play superb
    ARC10 SP coded from Switzerland? From a trustful source I assume ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    ARC10 SP coded from Switzerland? From a trustful source I assume ?
    haha whats wrong? XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by iShotBosses View Post
    haha whats wrong? XD
    It is not the local region code so shouldn't be sold there unless someone brought them over and sold them privately. But most SP coded sold in Germany/Europe are fake ones to make a quick buck and Switzerland is around the corner so will depend on who it was bought from. I remember one case here of someone buying a fake racket (a couple actually, JP and CH code) from an actual store in Switzerland (which has since closed).
    We had this one store in Netherlands as well that thought they were smart and bought a whole batch of fake CH coded NS9000's . And when found out wouldn't concede they were fake ... store changed owners since and new owner was made aware and got rid of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    It is not the local region code so shouldn't be sold there unless someone brought them over and sold them privately. But most SP coded sold in Germany/Europe are fake ones to make a quick buck and Switzerland is around the corner so will depend on who it was bought from. I remember one case here of someone buying a fake racket (a couple actually, JP and CH code) from an actual store in Switzerland (which has since closed).
    We had this one store in Netherlands as well that thought they were smart and bought a whole batch of fake CH coded NS9000's . And when found out wouldn't concede they were fake ... store changed owners since and new owner was made aware and got rid of them.
    Well SP coded rackets are normal in hk right?

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    I bought my racket from a local retail reseller. Probably the biggest and most known reseller in Switzerland. And he gets Yonex rackets from YONEX Switzerland directly, so I doubt its fake

    But I'll recheck the code when I'm at home this weekend and let you know about the code

    What was the name of the store in Switzerland which sold a fake racket? :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by iShotBosses View Post
    Well SP coded rackets are normal in hk right?
    Yep

    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    I bought my racket from a local retail reseller. Probably the biggest and most known reseller in Switzerland. And he gets Yonex rackets from YONEX Switzerland directly, so I doubt its fake

    But I'll recheck the code when I'm at home this weekend and let you know about the code

    What was the name of the store in Switzerland which sold a fake racket? :O
    Then you must've meant SW (in the serial # thread it was listed as Sporthaus Kunz; google that and top result is Kunz Sport but I don't think it can be the same as it is an Intersport store)

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    Quote Originally Posted by iShotBosses View Post
    Well SP coded rackets are normal in hk right?
    You may find HK,SP, & JP code as well at HK..

    Just buy a couple of rackets on your way home from HK. HK is one of the place where you can buy rackets at a more affordable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    You may find HK,SP, & JP code as well at HK..Just buy a couple of rackets on your way home from HK. HK is one of the place where you can buy rackets at a more affordable price.
    But Air Canada says that you cant bring badminton rackets as hand carry :P so I can only fit one in my suitcase lol, hoping it doesnt get damaged

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    And one question, Luxis sports net sells real rackets and is legit right? Because people recommend the shop here

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    Quote Originally Posted by iShotBosses View Post
    But Air Canada says that you cant bring badminton rackets as hand carry :P so I can only fit one in my suitcase lol, hoping it doesnt get damaged
    Well.. I used to travel around with my rackets checked in as hand carries in a badminton bag. I have traveled with China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Garuda Airlines & some budget airlines. Firstly, they of course prohibit took rackets on board as hand carries, and i explained to them that the racket could be damaged if i put them on the baggage, lastly they allowed me to hand carry rackets, since they cant guarantee that my rackets will arrive safely at destination..Some of my friends have their rackets carried on by the stewardess to the plane, but that does not happen to me..

    Air Canada, well you might try your luck..
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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Then you must've meant SW (in the serial # thread it was listed as Sporthaus Kunz; google that and top result is Kunz Sport but I don't think it can be the same as it is an Intersport store)
    You're totally right. I've checked my VT80 since I have it here. It's SW.
    Therefore my Arc10 must be SW too. I'm sorry for have been mistaken with the second letter

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    Thanks guys i got my arcsaber 10 pg at luxis today

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