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    Nah hahaha no interest in gosen honestly xD Victor will always be my brand of choice :3

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    ^ second tat on Victor n NS9900 preference haha. NS9900 is gud n easy to use

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    I find that the 9900 has this huge sweet spot no matter how high I string lol that's part of what makes it so easy to use and play with. it kind of helps to counter the stuff shaft

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    Honestly i kinda dislike how NS9900 felt at first. Repulsive, head light, heavy overall weight.
    Given up after 5 sessions with it. Decided to giv a last try....it clicks !!
    Is a keeper now, juz like my MX80 hahaha

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    for those that like shiden..just for info.

    gosen are mostly made in thailand or china.

    Ryoga series are premium series that have japan imported shaft..

    if you own a jp shiden, you will have a special logo on the shaft.
    paintwork and feel will be slightly different..

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    for those that like shiden..just for info.

    gosen are mostly made in thailand or china.

    Ryoga series are premium series that have japan imported shaft..

    if you own a jp shiden, you will have a special logo on the shaft.
    paintwork and feel will be slightly different..

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    Is the Blue colour Shiden already out of Production?

    I'm not able to find it in Shuttle House's webby

    Is there any difference in performance between the blue and purple Shiden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitz View Post
    Is the Blue colour Shiden already out of Production?

    I'm not able to find it in Shuttle House's webby

    Is there any difference in performance between the blue and purple Shiden?

    Thanks
    to me, purple is more stiff than blue or maybe because mine is still new...

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    Trivista 800 is an ordinary badminton, without any special features. I like the ROOTS design, this is a feature of GOSEN

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    Which is better for hard-hitter attacking style, Shidden or Issen? Play double all times, all rounder. BTW, how many colors for Shidden or Issen or Tenbu has?? are they only different in color but specs remain the same? I've seen blue & purple shidden but no specs explain the different. Please advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Which is better for hard-hitter attacking style, Shidden or Issen? Play double all times, all rounder. BTW, how many colors for Shidden or Issen or Tenbu has?? are they only different in color but specs remain the same? I've seen blue & purple shidden but no specs explain the different. Please advise.
    if you are a true hard hitter, neither racquets are for you. both racquets have excellent repulsion, and if you hit hard, the shuttle's gonna go out, or the location/height of returns will be wrong, putting you in vulnerable spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Which is better for hard-hitter attacking style, Shidden or Issen? Play double all times, all rounder. BTW, how many colors for Shidden or Issen or Tenbu has?? are they only different in color but specs remain the same? I've seen blue & purple shidden but no specs explain the different. Please advise.
    1) Issen- first gen red...2nd gen grey
    2) Shiden - first gen blue and 2nd gen red

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    Shiden 2nd gen should be purple

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    sorry about that... it is purple as mentioned by you.

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    Do you want to sell your NS9900?

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