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    Default Kason Twister T20

    I was wondering if somebody could translate this for me? http://www.bbesports.com/wzgl/ProductShow.asp?ID=3167 Can somebody say what kind of shaft it is ?

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    Stiff, as stated

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    Power series
    High modulus low torsion extra slim and stiff shaft
    290-295 BP

    Seems like an even balance racket, My cup of tea but categorize as powerful attacking racket.
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    and yesterday i was wondering what kason was wang yi han using during final dubai super series. now i found the answer. and there are 2 colors available? same specs for both?

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    TSF500 - Most underrated racket ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    and yesterday i was wondering what kason was wang yi han using during final dubai super series. now i found the answer. and there are 2 colors available? same specs for both?
    Yup different color same specs. The red was made purely for wang yi han because she doesnt like the yellow.

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    TSF500 - Most underrated racket ever.
    I haven't tried any of the Kason until recent year because of the F9 and C7, but I have to believe that many of Kason's racket are underrated. Even the speedy series are fine rackets with budget price.

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    If anybody is interested I email Winston from MBS not too long ago in regards of this racket. Yes the racket is in stock both colours actually even though they aren't on the website. It's worth emailing him if you are interested in purchasing one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondx1 View Post
    If anybody is interested I email Winston from MBS not too long ago in regards of this racket. Yes the racket is in stock both colours actually even though they aren't on the website. It's worth emailing him if you are interested in purchasing one.
    Yup wanted to get one but it still isn't available in my current market. I don't mind getting from a non local source but problem arises on the warranty issue if they do break (they always does when I bought non local coded; bummer). See how it goes next year whether I might have no choice but to get from HK.

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    Ah yes, the myth of the warranty. Not worth the paper they're written on.

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    Never trust on warranty paper. It takes time, effort, and possibly phone call money only to be told "sorry, the damage on your racket was not covered by the warrant and it seems like the cust rep knows a lot of thing that happened to your broken racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Never trust on warranty paper. It takes time, effort, and possibly phone call money only to be told "sorry, the damage on your racket was not covered by the warrant and it seems like the cust rep knows a lot of thing that happened to your broken racket.
    I heard bad things about victor warranty over the past, similar to what you've mentioned . I don't know about it currently, it seems that they have become more 'lenient' recently.

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    Ah yes, the myth of the warranty. Not worth the paper they're written on.
    There's a shed of light behind the pigeon hole

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    what is price on that racket ad MBS

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    Any review on TSF500?? I saw there are 2 color version, and am thinking to get TSF500 (dunno which version) or TSF300A/D/TiGD/TiRD (even more confusing because of 4 versions). I wanna get my hand on T20 but it seems the price is quite high for the moment. C7 & F9 are still expensive as well but TSF series are quite cheaper than few years ago. Please recommend me one of TSF.

    Currently i am using VTZF II 3U, BG80P @32Lbs, play double mostly rear court, aggresive style (less defensive). Prefer something BP 290-295mm (i dont think there is BP 300-305mm for any Kason rackets), some extra stiff on the shaft.

    Thank you.

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    Can someone translate what these 4 axis mean? upper, lower, left, & right? thanks. Oh, and those colorful orange, grey, blue, green, yellow, mean?

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    Upper - Power
    Lower - Technique
    Left - Soft feel (Control)
    Right - Solid feel (Repulsion)

    Orange - Power
    Grey - Speed
    Yellow - Accurate
    Green - Super light
    Blue - All rounded

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Any review on TSF500?? I saw there are 2 color version, and am thinking to get TSF500 (dunno which version) or TSF300A/D/TiGD/TiRD (even more confusing because of 4 versions). I wanna get my hand on T20 but it seems the price is quite high for the moment. C7 & F9 are still expensive as well but TSF series are quite cheaper than few years ago. Please recommend me one of TSF.

    Currently i am using VTZF II 3U, BG80P @32Lbs, play double mostly rear court, aggresive style (less defensive). Prefer something BP 290-295mm (i dont think there is BP 300-305mm for any Kason rackets), some extra stiff on the shaft.

    Thank you.
    TSF 500 series, both models are same specs, only colour differences..

    TSF 300 series, both A/D models are the older version. A is more head heavier and stiffer than D.

    TSF 300 Ti series, these are the upgraded versions of the A/D models with titanium mesh incorporated into the frame. Gold/Red, take your colour fancy. Specs wise both colours are the same.

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    Thank you for the translation and the brief review on TSF series. One question on TSF300Ti GOLD/RED, both version have BP of 285~290 mm (headlight) and similar to TSF300D, meanwhile TSF300A has BP 290~295mm. I'm now confident to get myself a TSF300A but i dont think its "upgraded" Titanium infused version will give the same headheavy feeling.

    I saw the specs of TSF500 (BP 290~295mm) but why is it "magically" appears on "technique" side of the chart? And not on "Power" side? Also it is rated as +1 Defensive, unlike TSF300A which has +1 Offensive printed on the shaft.

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