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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    I don't think yonex makes any rackets in Japan. They may well make some of the materials, but I doubt they actually make the rackets there.
    actually they do. u can check out their factory at shizuoka (静冈県). u can find the address on YONEX JAPAN homepage and google earth it. Giant factory.

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    Yonex do make rackets in Japan. That why some of them are label "made in Japan"

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    high end = Japan Low end= Taiwan.

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    I'm made in Taiwan and I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    high end = Japan Low end= Taiwan.
    Is it for Yonex? If Yonex, lower end is made in China

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Is there anyone who have tried or used at saber 009DX?
    Me
    I have 2 MIT Yonex:Arcsaber 009 DX & Nanospeed 990.
    If I'd complain about them, that will be their paint work, which are not solid n lasting.

    My MIJ Voltric 80PG paint work is better, but still not better than my Li-Ning Flame N55.

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    HEHEHE i see, im planing to get a voltric 80 , 80-85 on the weight so im able to whip it ;3

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    You must have a seriously strong wrist and fingers if you plan on whipping the VT80 regularly. I used to have one, but sold since its seriously tiring to use and a little slow around the net in doubles and I don't really get to play singles these days. Hope it works out for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    HEHEHE i see, im planing to get a voltric 80 , 80-85 on the weight so im able to whip it ;3

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