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    Default Kason Twister C7 vs F9

    Hi everyone,

    I need help to choose between C7 and F9 from Kason, what racket to choose for best compromise for play at the same time single and double.

    Thanks.

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    quick guess..choose C7. Since it is Cai Yun's racket, it should be an all-around type of racket. You can have both control and power.

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    Sorry TS, borrowing your thread...

    can someone who is using to Kason's racquet help me...
    I'm interested in F9 as I am hard hitter...doubles player sometimes single..
    Whats the specs for F9 ; grip size, weight, head heavy, shaft flex ? ( can make it same to YY specs, as I understand YY specs only )

    Tried lurking around the forum but not clear enough....need extra information on it..

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    It is a mid flex, even balanced to slightly head heavy. Comes only in 3ug5(YY terms)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiketeur View Post
    Hi everyone,I need help to choose between C7 and F9 from Kason, what racket to choose for best compromise for play at the same time single and double. Thanks.
    C7 is more suited to both singles and doubles. F9 lacks the control important for singles play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    It is a mid flex, even balanced to slightly head heavy. Comes only in 3ug5(YY terms)

    C7 is more suited to both singles and doubles. F9 lacks the control important for singles play.
    I see. Thanks...but lack of control does it mean only for net shots / front play or overall game ?

    it would be a problem if controlling be an issue considering drop shots from base line needs well controlled...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeYeap View Post
    I see. Thanks...but lack of control does it mean only for net shots / front play or overall game ?

    it would be a problem if controlling be an issue considering drop shots from base line needs well controlled...
    Control means all of them.. better control means more accurate when placing the shuttle, more controlled smash returns, sharper net shot, sharper drop-shot, even steeper smash angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaranth View Post
    Control means all of them.. better control means more accurate when placing the shuttle, more controlled smash returns, sharper net shot, sharper drop-shot, even steeper smash angle.
    Ok....i guess its all round lack in control. As i experience before some racquets that is not so crisp in net shot but still able to control other strokes...hmmmmm... that makes me in a doubt to purchase F9 or not....

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    C7 is stiffer, so more control. You can consider that

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    i think so,It is a mid flex, even balanced to slightly head heavy. Comes only in 3ug5.thanks for your sharing

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    Thanks everyone for answer, and can someone compare C7 with VT70? Witch is the most stiff and head heavy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiketeur View Post
    Thanks everyone for answer, and can someone compare C7 with VT70? Witch is the most stiff and head heavy?
    I think VT70 will be head heavier since its from the voltric series where it focus more on hard hitters... but maybe I am wrong... someone enlightened the matter please..

    I'm just like you bro...having a very very hard time choosing which racquet to buy..VT80 , VT70, F9 , C7 , or BS12....sigh....

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    My experience with the two is that C7 is slightly head heavier than VT70. Of course, VT70 has got that ultra thin frame which makes it swing faster and therefore make an impact on my judgement.

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    Btw, VT70 is more for control players compared to VT80 and VTZF

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