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    defintely, infact you cant get them in singapore. the only place selling is queensway and they sell 6900 at $160. i got them at about $70 in jb.

    just e hustle to go in n these days e danger of jb. so mant theft and robbery cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    defintely, infact you cant get them in singapore. the only place selling is queensway and they sell 6900 at $160. i got them at about $70 in jb.

    just e hustle to go in n these days e danger of jb. so mant theft and robbery cases
    Surge, the 6900 at $70 include string and bag?

    Could you find out more about the the 7 series models available in JB and the prices?

    Thanks.

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    Yo surge,

    Where can you view the M7 green in JB. I ordered from Jiwa..Blue and Yellow. Haven't arrived yet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cklee
    Yo surge,

    Where can you view the M7 green in JB. I ordered from Jiwa..Blue and Yellow. Haven't arrived yet....
    hi cklee, what are the prices?

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    Hi Vince,

    Blue going for RM300 with bag, grip and string. Yellow is RM20 more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cklee
    Hi Vince,

    Blue going for RM300 with bag, grip and string. Yellow is RM20 more.
    hi cklee.. i wonder is this M7 are head heavy racquet???

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA
    My experience, sometimes small clashes have more chance to break the racquet, in many cases, a hard clash will not neccessarily make a break. What's your guys opinion?

    Also I did try Ti 100, that 's very heavy!!93-95g!! The most easy thing of that racquet is to smash. It's not my style. I like RSL 7320. Very good models for intermedium+ players, it's the updated version of RSL 3200.

    For the top line. I like RSL Diamond X2 blue, balance and fast. It have similar feeling of 7320 and lighter faster and more comfortable. Diamond X2 Yellow, super light, I like it in double. The racquet is on the position ahead of my mind. Diamond X2 Pro, the red one, is loved by top players, robbed by one top coach before i can really tested it....... it's said the updated verstion of Diamond X1.

    That's my report.
    can i know ,which RSL series racket is head heavy 3u

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    I think 6900, Diamond X1, Diamond X2 are little bit head heavy.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmmylee33
    can i know ,which RSL series racket is head heavy 3u

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    RSLCANADA!
    sorry to keep asking for this but can u email me details of the new RSL Millenium Series 7.
    I cant get the spec from the website. Any chance u can attach pictures as well.

    Thank you very much!!

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    RSLCANADA,
    what racket in Series 7 feels like a 6800?

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    anyone has info on the 7 series? i mean like web sites or whatever...

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    Hi,

    I donot think any racquet in M7 is similar to 6800......Even 7900 is not similar to 6900 in my opinion. Company donot want to replace 6800 6900 with update models, or they couldnot, for 6800 6900 have reach a good combine of flex, stiff, weight.

    Quote Originally Posted by yvesjae
    RSLCANADA,
    what racket in Series 7 feels like a 6800?

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    hi,
    last time, i admire yonex, use yonex but now. no more. since i bought ti-88 and ti-99, no more yonex to me. just ordered x1-sp, shipment shall arrive early next month. hopefully can arrive earlier. ti-88, lighter head, that i like very much. can give me faster swing. ti-99, heavier, for me to start play while still have energy.....hehehhe ..... dun ignore too, rsl shuttle cock also the best i tried. value for money. for the price, it match the quality. this also apply to its line of racquets....

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    Hi all RSL fans,
    I agree with Drift totally and I also believe that RSL rackets will be the new wave among "premium" brand name racket owners like Yonex, Carlton etc.

    I coincidentally found a great supplier/retailer of RSL rackets and plan subsequent purchase of 5 rackets by end of the month. I just bought an M7 Heat 7800 and I personally have my eye on the Diamond X1 as my next purchase. The other rackets are for my regular badminton gang as I have converted them into RSL users after they tried my rackets.

    Anyone want to combine purchase for an even better bargain please PM me or email me at rendra@kcsb.com.my. I'm pretty sure I can get the best deal in town.

    I can also get the RSL shuttles at cost price so anyone want to order some can let me know too.

    I am only a serious enthusiast who wants to share some of my own benefits.

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    Anyone knows about RSL Ti 4180?

    - Is it 670 or 675 mm lenght?
    - Head heavy or even balance?

    Thanks in advance

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    Hi,

    RSL Ti 4180, I think it's 670mm. even balance.


    Quote Originally Posted by Woody_TH
    Anyone knows about RSL Ti 4180?

    - Is it 670 or 675 mm lenght?
    - Head heavy or even balance?

    Thanks in advance

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    hi anyone know where can i get one in singapore?

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