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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    Hehe, I absolutely agree that a flexible shaft would help a beginner create better power. But hmm.... Yonex high ends are designed for advanced and intermediates aren't they? That's why they create Taiwan Made Voltrics and Armortecs for beginners. Haha.
    or maybe yonex wants to give the beginners to feel of using high end racket...
    i believe most high end rackets like VTZF, VT80, AT900 and AT700 not suitable for beginners because they're stiff shafted....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnersfan View Post
    or maybe yonex wants to give the beginners to feel of using high end racket...i believe most high end rackets like VTZF, VT80, AT900 and AT700 not suitable for beginners because they're stiff shafted....
    Totally agree. But my stringer recommended my beginner friend a stiff racket. He said it take less wrist power to flex it while a flexible rackets needs a lot of wrist power. I disagreed with him on this matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    Totally agree. But my stringer recommended my beginner friend a stiff racket. He said it take less wrist power to flex it while a flexible rackets needs a lot of wrist power. I disagreed with him on this matter.
    yes, i also disagree on that matter....
    no way a beginner can play using their wrist as they are not trained yet....
    it takes quite some time to gain a strong wrist....
    imo, a beginner should work on basic hitting technique, stamina and footwork...
    so , medium shaft of flexible shaft racket just fine for them....
    what racket that the stringer recommends to your friend??

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    Get RSL evolution vr series..u can change it to head heavy plus the shaft is medium flex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnersfan View Post
    yes, i also disagree on that matter....no way a beginner can play using their wrist as they are not trained yet....it takes quite some time to gain a strong wrist....imo, a beginner should work on basic hitting technique, stamina and footwork...so , medium shaft of flexible shaft racket just fine for them....what racket that the stringer recommends to your friend??
    Some cheap Bekia racket. He says it's stiff, feels pretty stiff just by bending it. Yeah, I advised my friend not to heed his advice but instead get a flexible racket instead..

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    Get RSL evolution vr series..u can change it to head heavy plus the shaft is medium flex
    How can you changed a racket to head heavy? Pls enlighten me? Unless you put tape on the head which I do?

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    Wow, this racquet can be customize...

    http://www.sportshorizon.com/product...ion-VR-1#_self

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    Hmmm... I am still not convinced by it. Rather stick with my AT700

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    http://www.rsl-1928.com/evo.php#1

    Here is the details from RSL website... Haha...

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    yea RSL evo techology..WPS system

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    That is very troublesome. I don't think anyone who is used to a head heavy racket would want to switch a head light or vice versa. Nice technology though.

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    i saw that RSL racket this morning....
    the price was around RM300-400.....
    this racket just like apacs' lurid power series.....

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    For that price I would rather get a Lethal 70

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    For that price I would rather get a Lethal 70
    same goes to me...
    im looking lethal 70 but cant find it here.....

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    The additional WPS weight plate on top and side frame looks bulky IMO...

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    i bought it at rm280 only..btw.. it is an improvement of RSL x5 series

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    is not bulky..just like an protection to the racket..have a look on the pic i upload in this page: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...cquets/page112

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