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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    As one of the A10PR user,i'd like to say a few words regarding this.
    Was ur question is about under warranty or in reality for it's ability of frame tension holding?

    Under warranty,3U will be 20-25lbs recommendation.Anything higher will be considered to be void.That's what is written under the warranty card.

    But in fact,i have mine on 30lbs of BG80 20%prestretch,well,the machine shows 36lbs when the string was prestretched...nothing bad happend though..
    seriously 20-25 lbs?

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    Yeah typical Yonex warranty is a measly 4U 19-24, 3U 20-25. Extended up to 27 pounds for 3U DX rackets and some newer ones such as the VTZF. My 3U ZF is warrantied 20-27 and my 2U Arc8DX is warrantied 20-28.

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    High end Victor rackets are all up to 30, all n-series Li nings are up to 30, and high end Yonex - 27. They really believe in their technology.

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    High end Victor rackets are all up to 30, all n-series Li nings are up to 30, and high end Yonex - 27. They really believe in their technology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    High end Victor rackets are all up to 30, all n-series Li nings are up to 30, and high end Yonex - 27. They really believe in their technology.
    I believe it has been discussed before,about why does Yonex put their warranty tension so low..i forgot why,but u can do a search.

    But u know what,in some countries,their local distributor puts a higher warranty on tension.For example in Indonesia,there was a period of time where they advertise the Arc-Z Slash's lower model,those made in China,Taiwan,no idea what's that called..they wrote "guarantee 30lbs".Even though the 19-24lbs was clearly written on the cone.

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    more eye candy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    more eye candy...

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    These yours, Kwun?? :O

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    at700 PE 3U or 4U?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    These yours, Kwun?? :O
    no. not mine...

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    I'll receive my ARC10 Premium this week. Too bad no AT700 Premium because the shop could not deliver this one. Hope to get that one later this year. Really want the AT700 Premium because of the string holes differences.

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    Best yonex string to pair with the arc10 premium is what friends? My current setup is bg66UM on 24x26. But im keen to know is there other strings that is best based on your experience to pair with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AezranHakim View Post
    Best yonex string to pair with the arc10 premium is what friends? My current setup is bg66UM on 24x26. But im keen to know is there other strings that is best based on your experience to pair with it...
    mine strung with BG80P at 26lbs.. the hard hitting string compliments the control/hold racket..
    it's better that my Z-slash that was strung with NBG99@27lbs..

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    The AT700 PR only comes in 4U?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    High end Victor rackets are all up to 30, all n-series Li nings are up to 30, and high end Yonex - 27. They really believe in their technology.
    Lets not fool by mkt gimmick

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
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    if you took those pictures, my friend, then you have a way better eye than some of the morons who take racket pictures for ads for a living

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    Just got my AT700P 2012 last week. Played few games and I can tell it's a very good racket.

    I been using 700LTD for the last 4 years, I found the 2012 version is bit lighter less head heavy then the Ltd version.

    Very close to the old At700.

    For Smash power:
    AT700LTD > AT700 > AT700P

    For speed & contorl
    AT700P > AT700LTD > AT700


    However, this is not a review but only my personal feeling about this racket. I should say it's a sucessful AT series racket.

    P.S. all my rackets are 3U


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    Quite a collection there... nice!

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