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    Oh nevermind, i decided to buy NEW APACS NANO 900 POWER RED AND FINAPI 88 BADMINTON

    http://myworld.ebay.com/pro_one_sports/ 66$
    http://myworld.ebay.com/rackets_barg...id=p4340.l2559 60$
    I probably purchase expensive ones because of more feedback and %99 of them're positive.

    Thanks for advice again, i hope our new racquets would be comfortable and durable.


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    string that comes from factory is ALWAYS BAD
    don't expect too much from it..
    usually people re string the racket (with better string and their preferred tension) straight away

    oh yeah, pro_one_sport also not bad if you want to buy it from them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    string that comes from factory is ALWAYS BAD
    don't expect too much from it..
    usually people re string the racket (with better string and their preferred tension) straight away

    oh yeah, pro_one_sport also not bad if you want to buy it from them
    I visit a sport market today for quality strings. And shop asistant shows me Yonex Iso22 and MP2 models. Both are really under my bucket (2 of them about 50$) but these racquets are 2 parts and have shaft which can be broken (in my experience).

    So i can buy Yonex Iso 22 or MP2 models (probably Iso 22 prefer) for 50$.
    Or can buy Apacs racquets for 75$ (shipping) plus Strings.

    So if Yonex's cheap models (like Iso 22) are durable, especially shaft, i dont want to pay double money since i am not advanced player.
    Otherwise, i will purchase Apacs and new strings because these racquets not have shaft (1 piece) and better material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belanir View Post
    I visit a sport market today for quality strings. And shop asistant shows me Yonex Iso22 and MP2 models. Both are really under my bucket (2 of them about 50$) but these racquets are 2 parts and have shaft which can be broken (in my experience).

    So i can buy Yonex Iso 22 or MP2 models (probably Iso 22 prefer) for 50$.
    Or can buy Apacs racquets for 75$ (shipping) plus Strings.

    So if Yonex's cheap models (like Iso 22) are durable, especially shaft, i dont want to pay double money since i am not advanced player.
    Otherwise, i will purchase Apacs and new strings because these racquets not have shaft (1 piece) and better material.
    don't expect too much from those two Yonex..
    it's made in China and pretty low model
    yes it's 2 piece racket (head and shaft seperate)
    the worst thing? those two are not even graphite racket (the head is aluminium and the shaft is steel)
    have you ever heard someone died because his friend accidentally hit his head with aluminium racket and the racket broken, the shard went into his head and he died instantly? (I did not make up this story, it's real)


    one piece racket is better than 2 piece racket.. why? because 2 piece racket really prone to rotation
    while one piece racket can maintain it's shape, the 2 piece is unstable when you rotate the racket, or when you swing it
    I remember my friend had a steel racket and the racket head BEND forward (makes the head like this "\" not straight "|")
    it will not gonna happen on one piece graphite racket (such as apacs that I show you)

    anyway, you can get those two Yonex for $42 (from badmintonalley.com)

    go for apacs rackets, they have much better quality than those two Yonex (at least it's graphite racket and one piece)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    don't expect too much from those two Yonex..
    it's made in China and pretty low model
    yes it's 2 piece racket (head and shaft seperate)
    the worst thing? those two are not even graphite racket (the head is aluminium and the shaft is steel)
    have you ever heard someone died because his friend accidentally hit his head with aluminium racket and the racket broken, the shard went into his head and he died instantly? (I did not make up this story, it's real)


    one piece racket is better than 2 piece racket.. why? because 2 piece racket really prone to rotation
    while one piece racket can maintain it's shape, the 2 piece is unstable when you rotate the racket, or when you swing it
    I remember my friend had a steel racket and the racket head BEND forward (makes the head like this "\" not straight "|")
    it will not gonna happen on one piece graphite racket (such as apacs that I show you)

    anyway, you can get those two Yonex for $42 (from badmintonalley.com)

    go for apacs rackets, they have much better quality than those two Yonex (at least it's graphite racket and one piece)
    Yeap, however i am newbie i still know one piece racquets really better than racquets with 2 pieces. But the worst thing, there is not any shops who can set up new strings for racquets in my city. So if i purchase new strings from internet, how can i put that on my Apacs racquets? It can not be done with handwork, can it? That is the problem Because string issue, i thought to buy low quality Yonex racquets. It is really a dilemma Maybe when i travel to our neightbour city, i can find a shop which can change strings with quality ones (mine or maybe shop's ones) That is only solve i can think for Apacs Racquets with better strings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belanir View Post
    Yeap, however i am newbie i still know one piece racquets really better than racquets with 2 pieces. But the worst thing, there is not any shops who can set up new strings for racquets in my city. So if i purchase new strings from internet, how can i put that on my Apacs racquets? It can not be done with handwork, can it? That is the problem Because string issue, i thought to buy low quality Yonex racquets. It is really a dilemma Maybe when i travel to our neightbour city, i can find a shop which can change strings with quality ones (mine or maybe shop's ones) That is only solve i can think for Apacs Racquets with better strings.
    may I know where is TR?

    you need small amount of sacrifice to get it done
    in US labor cost alone is around $10 (if you bring your own string)
    if you really think you want a new string straight away, then that is the only solution
    or maybe you are not looking into it hard enough. even in Newcastle (small city) I could find at least one stringer (even though it is kinda far)

    usually any sport shop (that sells badminton racket) could string it for you (but you need to be aware, don't let them to use tennis machine for your badminton racket as badminton racket is more delicate than tennis racket) ask if they have 6 point machine (a special badminton machine with 6 support) 4 is fine if you don't use high tension, AVOID 2 point machine

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    Asking for a friend. Is this seller legit? Thanks

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/50-Discount-L...item4aaf77168b

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    Quote Originally Posted by draggal View Post
    Asking for a friend. Is this seller legit? Thanks

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/50-Discount-L...item4aaf77168b
    most likely it's a fake
    don't believe about 50% discount and such, there is no way they could give that much discount (if yes everyone would already do it)

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    Someone any experiences with http://threesports.blogspot.com/ ? He also got a facebook-site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Someone any experiences with http://threesports.blogspot.com/ ? He also got a facebook-site.
    I cannot really tell if it's real or not as they don't give any detail of the racket
    but don't you think the price is kinda too high?

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    Well, they are not the lowest, but kinda okay? For example: Victor Super Waves 37, 380RM? That is kinda good price?

    Could you recommend some shops (with international shipping)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Well, they are not the lowest, but kinda okay? For example: Victor Super Waves 37, 380RM? That is kinda good price?

    Could you recommend some shops (with international shipping)?
    how about sohubuy.com?
    they are legit seller (my sister bought an MX80 for me before, but she went to his store straight away in HK)

    http://www.sohubuy.com/slist.asp?factory=victor&sort=2&topage=2

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    he SW37 price in shubuy.com is US$114 (compared to SW37 in the website that you give me is around $123)
    but you need to see how much they charge for handling and shipping fee..

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    I'd buy there, but the shipping costs to Switzerland are 100$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    I'd buy there, but the shipping costs to Switzerland are 100$
    wow, really?
    $100? have you asked them? (sohubuy I mean)

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    Yeah in Hong Kong dollars probably

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    I didnt ask himself, there's just a link to the official Hongkong Post website: http://app1.hongkongpost.com/calc/eng/index.php

    1 x parcel, 1kg -> 100$ :-S

    Or are these HKD (Hongkong Dollars)?

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