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    Yeah, the adipowers and precision's will certain be able to handle 27 pounds. Not sure about adizero

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    my god, it's a expensive rakcet..(AdiZero Pro)...a racket for 200$ will be able to string to 26-27lbs... ****... i wish it isn't will break.. tomorrow i going to go to my stringer, and i ask for 27lbs. I going to string it to 27lbs with Yonex BG66Ultimax!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Szilveszter97 View Post
    my god, it's a expensive rakcet..(AdiZero Pro)...a racket for 200$ will be able to string to 26-27lbs... ****... i wish it isn't will break.. tomorrow i going to go to my stringer, and i ask for 27lbs. I going to string it to 27lbs with Yonex BG66Ultimax!!
    Generally most high-end rackets can handle up to 30-32 lbs. They just suggest against it for warranty purposes as well as high tensions do make your racket head more fragile. However experienced stringers + quality racket can easily be done to 27lbs, just try not to clash :P

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    High end rackets can easily handle 27lbs, most are good up to 30, a good portion of those to 33 or 35 even. The more fragile Yonex models I don't like to string higher than 30 (ArcFB, Z-Slash, i-Slash), while Braveswords are an issue from 31/32 on. N-Series Li Ning and Voltrics are super solid, no problem at 32, and even took 35 in stride.

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    ^ So j4ckie, decided on your racket yet?

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    Not quite Those things take time!

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    APD arrived to the post office, today, but can't pick it up until tomorrow... But my session is tonight, I'm so sad..

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    @Elisha

    Just came back from Topline... Duoforce has landed!

    Feels quite stiff, a tad more so than APP. Frame shape looks exactly like APP. Will have to take out a demo to try.
    Last edited by visor; 10-21-2013 at 08:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    @Elisha

    Just came back from Topline... Duoforce has landed!

    Feels quite stiff, a tad more so than APP. Frame shape looks exactly like APP. Will have to take out a demo to try.
    I don't think the shaft is tapered though. Let me know how it feels and plays. If it's anything like the APP or the XP70, I would like to try one as well....

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    Anyone know where/when these racquets will be available in Central Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyMurr View Post
    Anyone know where/when these racquets will be available in Central Canada?

    If you ultimately cannot find it locally.

    I know Topline Sports is opening up their online Website by the end of this month.

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    I just received my initial Adidas stock including the APP and the Duoforce. So there is now a retailer in the extreme west and extreme east of the country :P

    I haven't had the chance to try any rackets yet, but I do have an APP waiting for me to string it and play!

    Here's what's available for now:
    https://www.lecoinbadminton.com/shop...didas-racquets
    Le Coin Badminton

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    I just received my initial Adidas stock including the APP and the Duoforce. So there is now a retailer in the extreme west and extreme east of the country :P

    I haven't had the chance to try any rackets yet, but I do have an APP waiting for me to string it and play!

    Here's what's available for now:
    https://www.lecoinbadminton.com/shop...didas-racquets
    Le Coin Badminton
    Just call Montreal the extreme east? Haha, just kidding but do you plan to stock adidas shoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by decoy View Post
    Just call Montreal the extreme east? Haha, just kidding but do you plan to stock adidas shoes?
    LOL yeah, more like east :P Sorry!

    I do plan on stocking adidas shoes, mainly the Feather, but maybe the other ones depending on the feedback/prices/etc. They aren't available yet though

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    I got myself a Precision 88 yesterday with Adipower string and Yonex overgrip. It feels..... wow. Something like an Arcsaber 11, but much better.

    Might try the Zeros and Power next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    I got myself a Precision 88 yesterday with Adipower string and Yonex overgrip. It feels..... wow. Something like an Arcsaber 11, but much better.

    Might try the Zeros and Power next time.
    How does it compare to the LN 3rd gens that you've tried?

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    Only 99 in Germany meanwhile 150 for arcsaber 11.

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