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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus
    I have got my 6800 lfew weeks back and I must admit it felt terrible when I first used it in warm up. I just could not "feel" the racket and for a moment I thought I wasted my money. However, I continued to use it for my warm up whenever I played and slowly getting used to it. I am happy that I have used it to play full games now for the last 2 sessions.

    I realised that to use 6800 well one need to depend more on the swing (I'm not sure if other 6800/6900 users felt the same) instead of the wrist. But once you got over it, this rackte really do pack some power.
    Maybe you are used to heavier rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    i thought regardless or racket power all comes from the swing only control of direction comes from e wrist
    What I meant was greater swing motion is needed for 6800 to hit the shuttle as far as compare to for example AT800DEF. I used to snap my wrist a lot but that does not help to generate power on 6800.

    Just for record, I strung mine with Pacific PC80 at 24lbs.

    I know you have both 6900 and 6800 and I understand 6900 is a tad heavier and stiffer than 6800. How do you compare the 2 rackets? Are there noticeable differences over same kind of shots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus
    What I meant was greater swing motion is needed for 6800 to hit the shuttle as far as compare to for example AT800DEF. I used to snap my wrist a lot but that does not help to generate power on 6800.

    Just for record, I strung mine with Pacific PC80 at 24lbs.

    I know you have both 6900 and 6800 and I understand 6900 is a tad heavier and stiffer than 6800. How do you compare the 2 rackets? Are there noticeable differences over same kind of shots?
    for both doubles or singles( which i hardly play), i tend to go for the 6900. 6800 is faster in defense by i think the trade off for power is too much. though 6900 is a bit loer w defense, the power is much more than the 6800.
    simply said, i always prefer the 6900 to 6800.

    clears and smashes, 6900 wins hands down.

    drives and defense, 6800 only slightly faster.

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    So does it mean you would not recommend anyone to go for the 6800 but to straightaway go for the 6900? I thought of getting a 6800 to try but maybe now i'll think twice....

    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    for both doubles or singles( which i hardly play), i tend to go for the 6900. 6800 is faster in defense by i think the trade off for power is too much. though 6900 is a bit loer w defense, the power is much more than the 6800.
    simply said, i always prefer the 6900 to 6800.

    clears and smashes, 6900 wins hands down.

    drives and defense, 6800 only slightly faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    So does it mean you would not recommend anyone to go for the 6800 but to straightaway go for the 6900? I thought of getting a 6800 to try but maybe now i'll think twice....
    orang kaya ........ after tried Laser 6900 now wanna try Laser 6800 ......
    we wait for your review

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    Maybe next few month see how....this month no ammo. But then again maybe not since surge say not so powerful...

    But i definitely getting used to the "wierd" feel of the RSL Laser 6900, after using it a few times, getting the hang of it and the timing such that i can generate good power. And because of that i have a problem using my previous racquet...looks like i will be stuck with the Laser 6900 for some time...but no regrets....it's really a nice racquet to look at if all else fails.

    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003
    orang kaya ........ after tried Laser 6900 now wanna try Laser 6800 ......
    we wait for your review

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    So does it mean you would not recommend anyone to go for the 6800 but to straightaway go for the 6900? I thought of getting a 6800 to try but maybe now i'll think twice....
    i won say that. its just my personal opinion. others may feel differently. better you try and find out. one day we play together, you can try them both. then decide for yourself which is better

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    Just saw her playing against XXF in the World Championships. Seems like she's now sponsored by Forza....as could it be that she has always been sponsored by Forza? Even the socks in this picture seems to imply that she's being sponsored by Forza....

    Quote Originally Posted by smashmouth


    The picture above was taken and posted in another thread by fellow BC'er red00ecstrat during the semi-finals of the recently concluded HK Open. Anyone care to guess the racket she's using?
    Does anyone know who she is?

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    Watched the World Championship match on TV between Tina and XXF last night. Tina is now sponsered by Forza. During the Singapore Open, believe she was still sponsered by RSL.

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    I just bought a RSL 6900. It's an excellent racket. Its light and pack some power. I saw a RSL Fire Power T199 but didn't have the chance to try it. 1 thing for sure, it's more expensive than 6900 and without taper shaft technology.

    Look forward to the new series, Millenium 7 perhaps? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1nxx
    I just bought a RSL 6900. It's an excellent racket. Its light and pack some power. I saw a RSL Fire Power T199 but didn't have the chance to try it. 1 thing for sure, it's more expensive than 6900 and without taper shaft technology.

    Look forward to the new series, Millenium 7 perhaps? :P
    anyone wants my 2 6800? me hand itchy wanna buy the firepower Ti99.

    think it will be more similar to 6900 which i really like

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    anyone wants my 2 6800? me hand itchy wanna buy the firepower Ti99.

    think it will be more similar to 6900 which i really like
    ha! expected this from you... what's next after the Ti-99?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman
    ha! expected this from you... what's next after the Ti-99?
    eh, i good ok, generate a bigger 2nd market for everyone.....after Ti99 will depends and what other new rackets they can come out with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    anyone wants my 2 6800? me hand itchy wanna buy the firepower Ti99.

    think it will be more similar to 6900 which i really like
    then put it the Garage Sales ........ if cheap, I maybe interest .....

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    pls list down some details about your Laser 6800 as per below:

    - how old?
    - wat string?
    - how much?

    thanks.


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    Surge, did u have the chance to try the Fire Power T199??
    If yes, how does it feel compared to Laser 6900?
    I didn't see the Taper Shaft Technology written on the racket.
    I tried to search for some information on that racket on the net but to no avail.
    Anyone kind enough to share their experiences with this racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1nxx
    Surge, did u have the chance to try the Fire Power T199??
    If yes, how does it feel compared to Laser 6900?
    I didn't see the Taper Shaft Technology written on the racket.
    I tried to search for some information on that racket on the net but to no avail.
    Anyone kind enough to share their experiences with this racket?
    i can only say that the racket looks the same as 6900 in terms of desgin but greyish blue in colour. ahven have chance to try and like you, search the net but no such rackets from rsl.

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