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    You right "ilonsama" 700 (86-88g) is more head heavy than 9500 (84-86g), actually 9500 is very light compare to most of other RSL rackets. Not sure if you agreed, i felt the 700 is a upgarde version of 9500 but heavier. If you prefer for something light, i do suggest to try the M10 Heat 180. Great racket.

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    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/RSL-HEAT-9500...item439e228b92




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    Quote Originally Posted by radar_s View Post
    You right "ilonsama" 700 (86-88g) is more head heavy than 9500 (84-86g), actually 9500 is very light compare to most of other RSL rackets. Not sure if you agreed, i felt the 700 is a upgarde version of 9500 but heavier. If you prefer for something light, i do suggest to try the M10 Heat 180. Great racket.





    For me,compare to 9500,M700 is more easy to control,i think because of the flex shaft...I have tried my friend 9500,although it weight(84-86g) i found out it little difficult for me to use it,my reflect become slow,also in smashing,u need to put more power to it to produce a powerful smash..my conclusion,u must have strong arm to use 9500..or not too skinny.I admit,9500 is a good reket,but not suitable 4 me,i'm much prefer m700

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    Quote Originally Posted by visiblehollow View Post
    Hi guys,

    i broke my rsl Ti5900....... i dun think i can it @ Malaysia........... any recommendation?
    JB still have la

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    How flexible is the shaft for the M700? I use the RSL Diamond X1 right now and it's one of the stiffest racquets that RSL makes. I like stiffer racquets, but the Z.A.R. technology seems interesting. It's supposed to make the racquet more aerodyanmic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronrigotx View Post
    How flexible is the shaft for the M700? I use the RSL Diamond X1 right now and it's one of the stiffest racquets that RSL makes. I like stiffer racquets, but the Z.A.R. technology seems interesting. It's supposed to make the racquet more aerodyanmic.
    but at the same time, it makes it more fragile??
    but how often does the racket break at the joint? haha

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    how much is rsl x3 gold now

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    cyclone9, i have one used RSL X3 gold up for sale.. interested? please check on the link:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=85063

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone9 View Post
    how much is rsl x3 gold now
    Quote Originally Posted by yankiat View Post
    cyclone9, i have one used RSL X3 gold up for sale.. interested? please check on the link:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=85063
    I have RSL X3 limited edition to be sale...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronrigotx View Post
    How flexible is the shaft for the M700? I use the RSL Diamond X1 right now and it's one of the stiffest racquets that RSL makes. I like stiffer racquets, but the Z.A.R. technology seems interesting. It's supposed to make the racquet more aerodyanmic.
    The shaft of M700 IS similar to 9500 but a little more stiffer. Yes it's interesting design but not sure about the durable... I heard 9500 doesn't last (from pervious post). Anyway, I never have any problem with mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radar_s View Post
    The shaft of M700 IS similar to 9500 but a little more stiffer. Yes it's interesting design but not sure about the durable... I heard 9500 doesn't last (from pervious post). Anyway, I never have any problem with mine.
    i thought m700 less stiffer than 9500,radar_s,if u got the m700 or have try it,please give some more opinion about it..

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    any opinion bout RSL heat 9100? selling at Sam Sport Serdang for Rm119 or 109 ( not sure) iclude string....tq

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazibul View Post
    any opinion bout RSL heat 9100? selling at Sam Sport Serdang for Rm119 or 109 ( not sure) iclude string....tq
    this racket suck..better go for x3 gold..

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    Heat 9100 is Head Light & Mid-Flex Shaft, good for control, attack so-so.

    Heat 9500 is a good alternative, which towards even-balanced to head heavy, mid-flex to mid-stiff shaft, good for attack, overall in control.

    I think RSL X3 Silver is more forgiving. Gold is little demanding & "flashy"

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    I think X2 Gold is stiffer the X3 gold! X2 Gold is really shiny too! Plus, X2 is an anniversary edition.
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 05-31-2010 at 04:01 AM.

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    is rsl rackets so fragile? i heard many of the users broken their rsl

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoon wei jie View Post
    is rsl rackets so fragile? i heard many of the users broken their rsl
    Hmmm been using RSL rackets from a while, 4010, X2 Blue, X2 Gold and Heat 9500, got a M10 700 from my friend haven't been use much. So far i don't have any problem with them, I heard some people have problem with 9500. Anyway been playing badminton for over 12 years only break one Yonex AT700 but i don't think it's the quality problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilonsama View Post
    i thought m700 less stiffer than 9500,radar_s,if u got the m700 or have try it,please give some more opinion about it..
    Haven't been use it much, I will let you know ilonsama .

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