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    i think, most of times whenever we wanna buy racquets. we go to stores and test feel it. whether that racquet is suitable weight or feel to us.

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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
    may i know the shop name and location? i think i like to get myself a RSL racquet too.

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    does anyone know where I can try out RSL rackets in the Bay Area? (san francisco-ish?)

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    Hi, RSL CANADA,

    I am from Quebec and would like to know how good you have to be to be sponsored by RSL. I play quite a bit and coach a secondary school.

    Also I really like the yonex armortec 300, could you suggest an rsl racquet to me?

    Thanks

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    hi,
    i just got my diamond X2-SP. wow! this racquet is the best i ever use. light weight as i prefered for faster swing. flexible shaft combines with high-tension strin, gives me the power i need and accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit
    hi,
    i just got my diamond X2-SP. wow! this racquet is the best i ever use. light weight as i prefered for faster swing. flexible shaft combines with high-tension strin, gives me the power i need and accuracy.
    oh, so you prefer light weight and flexible shaft. can guess your playing style. anyway, good product from RSL. i used it before and i can say it is a good brand and cost efficient too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit
    hi,
    i just got my diamond X2-SP. wow! this racquet is the best i ever use. light weight as i prefered for faster swing. flexible shaft combines with high-tension strin, gives me the power i need and accuracy.
    Conratulations for getting the Diamond X2 man! I'm still not sure which model to get and I'm quite happy with my HEAT7800 for now. I tried out Clive's X2 yesterday and I must say it feels great...and his smashes had more sting and precision after just one session of playing with it!

    I also tested my friends Yonex AT300 yesterday and I must say I preferred my HEAT 7800. So I'm sure the Diamond X2's can easily be more impressive than the AT300. Mite have to go further up the scale (AT700) to find a Yonex that can be more impressive than the RSL, and then you're talking at least TWICE the price of RSL.

    Anyway that's my 2 cents. Hope u guys get to try out the RSL's!

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    good day everyone,
    so far, i have tested apacs and fischer. from my opinion, these still lack of stability. the head's section feels not very firm after/during hitting birdie.... furthermore, these racquet brand using/copying name/technology from yonex. just imagine the limitation. yonex to compare directly to X2-SP will be nano 9000 and at 900 technique. price? 2.1 times of the rsl. rsl has their own technology to shout about. where as others? you may go around and check their model's name.....

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    hi,
    just a bit to add. rendra & i arent promoter from rsl. rsl also didnt give us commission for promoting. we are here just giving our opinion on those racquets that we feel recommendable. value for money is what important to me. also, the rsl birdie shall receive good recommendation. try out the classic tourney. jack, you sure are pro, can judge me from my simple descriptions. fyi, me = lousy player....... hehehe....

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    which RSL racket is stiff shaft and head light? It doesn't say on the site

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit
    hi,
    value for money is what important to me. also, the rsl birdie shall receive good recommendation. try out the classic tourney. jack, you sure are pro, can judge me from my simple descriptions. fyi, me = lousy player....... hehehe....
    maybe my judgments are wrong. but from your description, anybody also can judge your style of play. nobody is born lousy. by the way, i used to enjoy playing using rsl rackets too. cost-effective.

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    I am sorry that probably RSL donot have stiff and head light racquet in product line. You may have a look of Black Knight super light series?

    Quote Originally Posted by NoName1225
    which RSL racket is stiff shaft and head light? It doesn't say on the site

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA
    I am sorry that probably RSL donot have stiff and head light racquet in product line. You may have a look of Black Knight super light series?
    hi 1225,
    maybe u can check out the diamond X2-FP or the heat 7200.
    for best result, go to various shops, check out various brand/model that will suit you....

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    You are right, Diamond X2 FP may be a good choice for him. I never try 7200. Couldnot say anything about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by drifit
    hi 1225,
    maybe u can check out the diamond X2-FP or the heat 7200.
    for best result, go to various shops, check out various brand/model that will suit you....

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    Guys, where can I find info on this millenium 7 racket ?

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    hi everyone.
    I am in VietNam. I used Diamon X1 and I feel it very cool. At the first time I got it with 60$ and I don't know it fake or not However I feel it light, extra stiff. Smash is very good. yesterday, I broke it when playing in double. I hit the racket against another. hic............
    Maybe, I will buy another X1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman71
    Guys, where can I find info on this millenium 7 racket ?
    I do not think there is any site where you can find info.

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