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    Quote Originally Posted by radar_s View Post
    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.
    how was the smashing power produced by the 9500 ? can u review more about your rsl rackets base on ur personal experience?
    rsl series is cheap but with reasonable quality..no doubt..how do u think about yonex arc saber 10? i wish to own it so much.....this make me hesitate to buy RSL or Yonex ARCsaber10..

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoon wei jie View Post
    how was the smashing power produced by the 9500 ? can u review more about your rsl rackets base on ur personal experience?
    rsl series is cheap but with reasonable quality..no doubt..how do u think about yonex arc saber 10? i wish to own it so much.....this make me hesitate to buy RSL or Yonex ARCsaber10..

    Sorry that i don't know much about ARC 10 since i only been used it twice from my friend, it's a Ok racket (hopefully i didn't againest anyone here). for Yonex rackets, so far i only like the feeling of AT700LTD, it is more head heavier than the normal AT700.

    I agree RSL they made good rackets, I just had a felt last night with 9500 and M10 700 again, the M10 700 is more head heavier than 9500 and felt more solid. They both have strong smashing power, 9500 is easier to contorl and faster on swinging. M10 700 does stronger smashes but since it's heavier then you need more energy to contorl it.

    Anyway, if you are a strong player, i do recomemded to get the M10 700, if you perfer a light weight racket, RSL X2 blue is the best choice.

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    thx bro.....im thinking to go for 700

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    got my rsl m10 heat700 for rm250......excellent smashing power and air resistant technology....the best racket i ever used..
    80years of experience made RSL the expert among others...

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    Just to point out for those who have only the X3 Gold and Silver but hadn't seen the X2 Gold and Blue. Both X2 are less flashy but they come with the 80th Anniversary markings and RSL logo in its Union Jack colours! The X3 simply is flashier and with regular RSL logo. For playing and keepsakes X2 Gold is pretty tough (don't have the Blue, so no comment)...anyways, after a few sessions with the X2 Gold I decided to keep it for future purposes (such as bartering/selling/trading). Don't get me wrong, it is a pretty good racket, and does everything pretty easy, drops, clears, push and smash. I just wanted it to maintain its gilt edged surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoon wei jie View Post
    got my rsl m10 heat700 for rm250......excellent smashing power and air resistant technology....the best racket i ever used..
    80years of experience made RSL the expert among others...
    Great that you found the racket that suits you . M10 700 looks cool when it comes with black colour string.

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    Guys i have a question in my newly buyed RSL Heat Ti-4900, there is an "S" marking on the Cap, what does it really means? I am really amazed the performance of this 4900 eventhough it is old model but STILL one of the BEST of RSL Rackets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by radar_s View Post
    Great that you found the racket that suits you . M10 700 looks cool when it comes with black colour string.
    ya its true...and white colour grip !

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    Hi,
    I own a X2 Blue, excellent racket!! Good smashing power, quite close to Yonex high-ends (Arc 10, Ti-10) etc..
    I believe the M10 series shd be good as well, 800, 900, anyone tried?

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    lol im loving the 6900, has amazing power, feels light, but slightly head heavy with the good flex creates great power, you know if they still sell some in Cananda or I have to ask the store (R.A center) to order one ( if they are still be able to order )??

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    I just used my new Laser 9900 yesterday with 24lbs BG85..

    the feedback is ....SUPERB !!! This is the perfect racquet. The taper shaft really makes a different..
    Amazingly feels better (not that stiff when smash plus generate more power, do net kill easily more power and more steeper) compare to my Yonex A900T and Victor SW 35.

    Thx to all the owners generous feedback..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawtiger View Post
    Hi,
    I own a X2 Blue, excellent racket!! Good smashing power, quite close to Yonex high-ends (Arc 10, Ti-10) etc..
    I believe the M10 series shd be good as well, 800, 900, anyone tried?
    what's the price for the x2?
    i cant find it anywhere online.

    which rsl racket is good for smashing offensive players?
    is RSL better than a protech rackets?
    im considering a pro tech racket atm. its on sale, from rm210 to rm150.
    mercury, saturn and earth.

    my budget is under rm200.
    many thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by barca96 View Post
    what's the price for the x2?
    i cant find it anywhere online.

    which rsl racket is good for smashing offensive players?
    is RSL better than a protech rackets?
    im considering a pro tech racket atm. its on sale, from rm210 to rm150.
    mercury, saturn and earth.

    my budget is under rm200.
    many thanks in advance
    Hi barca96,

    These days X2 blue is on the way out of production, u'be lucky if you can find from retail shop..
    the price is also not in your budget, expect >RM 250
    I can't say about the rest of RSL, but the 2 model I use, X2 Blue, M10 900 (> RM 380) are good.

    For the price u pay, compare to Yonex, I'd say it is really value for money!

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barca96 View Post
    what's the price for the x2?
    i cant find it anywhere online.

    which rsl racket is good for smashing offensive players?
    is RSL better than a protech rackets?
    im considering a pro tech racket atm. its on sale, from rm210 to rm150.
    mercury, saturn and earth.

    my budget is under rm200.
    many thanks in advance
    X2 will cost Rm 250 above.. Considering its performance, I'd say very good value for money
    The X2 Blue is one way out of production, u don;t find a lot from stores nowadays, though u might still get if lucky.

    Can;t advise on protech, as I never try one.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barca96 View Post
    what's the price for the x2?
    i cant find it anywhere online.

    which rsl racket is good for smashing offensive players?
    is RSL better than a protech rackets?
    im considering a pro tech racket atm. its on sale, from rm210 to rm150.
    mercury, saturn and earth.

    my budget is under rm200.
    many thanks in advance
    if u can afford rackets below RM300, i suggest u get RSL
    definitely bang for buck and worth every penny u spent!

    haven't tried any protechs though..
    but as pcyong said, Laser 9900 is a very good racket..
    i'm pairing it with Zymax 67 @ 26lbs

    if u want a cheap offensive racket with decent quality..u can consider Pro Ace Sweetspot series
    include string and grip..maybe around Rm150
    Last edited by ziggy87; 06-07-2010 at 05:35 AM.

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    thank you so much for the fast reply guys..

    is rsl a better quality compared to pra ace, apacs and protech?

    btw the laser 9900 costs rm250.not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barca96 View Post
    thank you so much for the fast reply guys..

    is rsl a better quality compared to pra ace, apacs and protech?

    btw the laser 9900 costs rm250.not bad.
    to me, yes
    i got mine for RM250 too, free grip and RSL Explorer 3 bag

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