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    I am looking for an online store in Asia which sells a RSL X5 silver and which ships their goods in international wide. Does anyone knows?
    I hope your recommended store is big as mybadmintonstore.com or sportsofmalaysia.com .
    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmqpt791004 View Post
    I am looking for an online store in Asia which sells a RSL X5 silver and which ships their goods in international wide. Does anyone knows?
    I hope your recommended store is big as mybadmintonstore.com or sportsofmalaysia.com .
    Thanks in advance.
    You can always try RKEP. I recall someone buying the RSL X5 Silver for $125 + shipping. I bought a few rackets from Eric last year.

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/RSL-Diamond-X...item1e622601dd

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    Has anyone tried the new M11 POwerlite 700 racket from Rsl?

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    RSL thread so dead..i just became another RSL users...new RSL racket currently is RSL evo..is an improvment of rsl diamond x5 series

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    FYI, there is M12 in the past, but now all RSL racket will be replacing in M11 cause RSL racket is for two years now(just like rsl evo is writing on m11 evolution), so customers does not feel the technology being leave out..the next M series will be M13 for the year 2013 and 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    FYI, there is M12 in the past, but now all RSL racket will be replacing in M11 cause RSL racket is for two years now(just like rsl evo is writing on m11 evolution), so customers does not feel the technology being leave out..the next M series will be M13 for the year 2013 and 2014
    bro,
    can share out some nice evo pic and your full review progress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    RSL thread so dead..i just became another RSL users...new RSL racket currently is RSL evo..is an improvment of rsl diamond x5 series
    The weight positioning system is the only downfall for that racket imo...that's why am hesitant in buying it. I would hate adjusting it everytime because it was either too light or too heavy. Still sticking with 2 of my RSL diamond x5, until something new pops up.

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    stay tuned for the review! =D take time

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    stay tuned for the review! =D take time
    Damn u r the 1st evo user here!!
    Give some nic pic n every angle

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    Cool Rsl evolution vr3

    RSL EVOLUTION VR3

    Racket: Strung RSL super ti-630, 24 x 25
    Racket specs: Medium flex, 7.0mm thin shaft
    Racket grip with: RSL grip
    WPS position system are: 0.5g at top, 1g (0.5g on the left, 0.5g on the right) for the sides


    Whole racket with the WPS system
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    Review need to wait..busy for assignments now

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    awesome pix, finally what they've been doing in tennis are slowly moving over to badminton. super!!!

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    Overall review..the RSL evo racket is good for me..i does not know to others..since i does not use many racket

    A racket that u can keep changing, like from the starting of the game, since i have full energy, i change the base plate to -1, which means the high is more heavy, so the power will be there.

    As long for continuous 1 hour game, feel tired, switch it to +0, so it become more lighter..so is a wonderful racket..although the top plate, side plate u cant change

    But at least the base change do change
    The side plates and top plates can change when string broken, with the settings right now, u can keep playing and get use to it, string broken.. then improve it.

    PS..i does not know how to do reviews..paiseh!

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    My friends also a state player, she is a female, she had RSL racquets as well.

    She mentioned that RSL have a hard frame, clash with other racket, ppl racket crashed, while RSL still maintain.

    The RSL racket give solid feel to me. Although it cant sustain high tension.

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    I have evo vr. 1. Quite good. Been using for few months. I think best combination is side plate 1g and top plate 2g. But now modify my RSL Diamond X5 silver using the evo plate...with 0.5g top and side...and I really like it a lot...

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    any personal review for RSL Diamond X7?

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    I was just thinking about this today too the have lighter frames in the x7 series too compared to the evo. i think?

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    Lovely pictures here on a random Chinese forum board
    http://home.ttymq.com/space-24714-do...-id-62094.html
    Specs for those curious: http://www.rsl-1928.com/home.php
    For me IMO, am not too keen on the whole WPS. Shame that if you want to change the weights on the side you would have to apply it before stringing! Hard on the money if you would want to try all of them and then cut the strings if you don't like a particular one :/
    Last edited by !┐Clue?!; 02-14-2013 at 08:27 PM.

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