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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    It's not common to see a broken handle or shaft.. most breakages are in the frame. Maybe Sir DinkALot hits harder than FHF..
    No way, FHF is Panda's daddy.

    Tons of people hit harder that Panda. Panda still working on his technique, timing and swing. Panda good. Good panda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash_master View Post
    wow dink that is alot of broken racquets so far that you have there. the W11's with the cracks forming i have that on a few on alot of my racquets too on the shaft itself oh man hope they last a while longer though.
    Actually I had a lot more rackets I didn't take pictures of or can't find. And if you add clashes, that's another 10 or so. But I don't add clash rackets. For me that's like cheating. (although I'd say three or more of those rackets probably broke earlier due to prior clashing)

    The W11s is a weird story. SOTX said none of their top hitters were breaking the 11 and it was its strongest racket next to the W16. For me, they snapped like toothpicks. Go figure. I love the 11 and would go back in a heartbeat if SOTX could make it more durable. If you have cracks, they will go within 1-3 weeks depending on the severity; at least that's what happened to me.

    But for now, I will just stick with the Woven 7. I got rid of all my yellow Ti10s. The two I used were getting flexy in the shaft after just two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    No way, FHF is Panda's daddy.

    Tons of people hit harder that Panda. Panda still working on his technique, timing and swing. Panda good. Good panda!
    FHF is also a Panda then ? Well maybe a super-panda..
    I wonder how many Ti10's FHF has broken.. or maybe they're super-ti10's (CP) which might be more durable.

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    well i hope that those cracks in mine dont spread to fast, still need these racquets for a while. that sucks though and wow panda none of their top players can break them but you can damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash_master View Post
    well i hope that those cracks in mine dont spread to fast, still need these racquets for a while.
    I'd say go for the Woven 7. Of all the rackets I've tried that has the best balance of power/defense/durability. Of course, relatively speaking.

    Others to consider:
    RSL X2Pro
    RSL X1 (heavy 3U)
    RSL X2 Gold (haven't tried, should receive this week)
    Old Ti10 2U
    Yellow Ti10 2U (doesn't last for me)
    Purple Ti10 2U
    SOTX D600
    Cab 20 in 2U
    Cab 30 in 2U
    NS9000-X in 2U (3Us don't last me)

    Others to consider but harder to get:
    Victor PW11 and 12 in 2U
    Mizuno Tetracrosses and GPs in 2U
    MP100 in 2U

    If you don't mind 88g rackets (manufacturer doesn't make heavier), also hard to get:
    Chao Pai Nano Power 799
    Chao Pai Nano Power 728 (a bit light relatively speaking)
    Astec Pro 850

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    CP rackets is indeed durable. Lately i had a BIG Clash using NS8000 CP.
    My partner's racket was broken.. well.. he swung the racket VERY hard. Mine had a minor hairline crack though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    CP rackets is indeed durable. Lately i had a BIG Clash using NS8000 CP.
    My partner's racket was broken.. well.. he swung the racket VERY hard. Mine had a minor hairline crack though.

    Dang, I need to get some CP rackets. Ants, where can I acquire them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Dang, I need to get some CP rackets. Ants, where can I acquire them?
    From the Chinese players. . I do have some of them.. but i'm not letting go at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    From the Chinese players. . I do have some of them.. but i'm not letting go at the moment.
    Ahhhhh, OK. I'll ask Michael Lin, Lin Dan's cousin. Michael goes to school here in SoCal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Ahhhhh, OK. I'll ask Michael Lin, Lin Dan's cousin. Michael goes to school here in SoCal.
    Sorry about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Sorry about it.
    No worries, I'm sure CP rackets are very hard to come by. If I had some, especially if given to me by a Pro, I'd be hard pressed to sell too.

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    so what exactly causes these rackets to break so easily for the reason being that it was a mis-hit.

    is it because the tension is too high? simple as that?
    and like if someone could explain a detail (very very indepth detail) on the cause and effect of a mis-hit =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Dang, I need to get some CP rackets. Ants, where can I acquire them?
    If u mean it,u can check them in http://bbesports.com/English/racket_ti.htm
    Costs 2 times than the SP though..

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    Panda,i've seen some of ur posts n seems that u like the sotx power boss woven 7 really much?Can u tell us what makes u so in love with this racket?What's so special about it compared with the others??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Panda,i've seen some of ur posts n seems that u like the sotx power boss woven 7 really much?Can u tell us what makes u so in love with this racket?What's so special about it compared with the others??
    It's has the best overall combination of performance that I prefer.

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    Ok..thx panda.So,how much did u pay for ur woven7?The price here would be around 50-60USD.How's it compared to ur place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Ok..thx panda.So,how much did u pay for ur woven7?The price here would be around 50-60USD.How's it compared to ur place?
    It's about $100 USD in the U.S.

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