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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    i think i saw this racket on the shelf in a local badminton store
    i can only rmb the M10 Scream but i'm not sure if it's 068 or not
    seems to be a low end M10 racket
    u think it is low end racket ? the racket selling price is rm240 with string only

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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?
    hi rawtiger! how much did you bought your X2 blue? is that diamond millennium 7 SP? they are selling it here for RM 199.00 racket only same price with PRO and FP. wondering if its original.

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    Hi vernonmaxel,
    X2 Blue cost abt RM 270 w RSL string, grip, bag in KL. The Millenium 7 SP blue is a diff model..
    Check: http://www.rsl-1928.com/
    anyway, X2 is pahsing out, U shd try X3, cost slight more only.

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    I am selling my used RSL Laser 9900. Pls refer here:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...od-price-MY%29

    Price is negotiable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawtiger View Post
    Hi vernonmaxel,
    X2 Blue cost abt RM 270 w RSL string, grip, bag in KL. The Millenium 7 SP blue is a diff model..
    Check: http://www.rsl-1928.com/
    anyway, X2 is pahsing out, U shd try X3, cost slight more only.
    thanks for the info rawtiger. is rm 199.00 a good buy for M7 Diamond X2 SP racket only? maybe thats the reason its cheap because its phased out already? im just worried its fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vernonmaxel View Post
    thanks for the info rawtiger. is rm 199.00 a good buy for M7 Diamond X2 SP racket only? maybe thats the reason its cheap because its phased out already? im just worried its fake.
    In my experience, X2 Diamond Blue is Good, never tried the X2 SP, as it is a different model, DinkAlot give "Good" rating (check: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-Racket-Review)

    I guess it is fair deal, if genuine.

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    What would you RSL users say is the 'classic' model to have in your bag? One that is a great all-rounder.

    I'm currently thinking the X2 Blue might be a good one to have, what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    What would you RSL users say is the 'classic' model to have in your bag? One that is a great all-rounder.

    I'm currently thinking the X2 Blue might be a good one to have, what do you think?
    Based on my ring of players' feedback, YES! it is very good.
    I tried Yonex Arc-10, Ti-10, NS8000, I can say these probably marginally batter only.

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    it's not as good as an Arc10???

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    For me, Arc 10 is better, yes

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    Well then, little point buying an X2 Blue then huh.

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    X2 Blue is 4U
    Arc10 is either 3U or 2U

    Arc10 will better for power and control due to stiffer shaft and heavier racket/head.

    little point to buy X2 Blue? Acr10 cost 2.5 times more expensive.
    there will be little point for me to buy Camry than Porsche then.

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    Well no, here in Australia the X2 is AUD175 and Arc10 is 205.

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    Looks like X2 is overpriced there in AUS.
    Well, the "U" no may also have affected my eval, come to think of it now.. Got to do re-check..
    But then again, here in Msia, we don't have many choices of "U" for same models, anyone has a different experience?

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    Okay, well looks like the X2 isn't the 'classic' RSL, so what is?

    You guys aren't selling the idea of buying an RSL very well!

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    just bought the Diamond X2 SP. I will try it on sunday
    Quote Originally Posted by rawtiger View Post
    In my experience, X2 Diamond Blue is Good, never tried the X2 SP, as it is a different model, DinkAlot give "Good" rating (check: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-Racket-Review)

    I guess it is fair deal, if genuine.

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    I'm gonna say there are no "classic" racket. Everyone has a different playing style. X2 Blue and X2 Gold are my least used rackets because both are too stiff for me (they are there for my collection purposes tho I'm missing X2 PRO in my collection). My goto racket is a X2 FP (yellow) because I like the light weight. X2 SP (baby blue) is my next racket, then the X2 AP. Love those light flex rackets I also liked the Nova 6180. 6900 was weird for me because the flex and the head heaviness threw me off. Tried my friend's 6800 and it was pretty nice. Also had an old style think it was a 25th anniversary racket, oval shaped, super flex (i can bend it at least 45 degrees from the middle) was what started me off on RSL rackets (they just don't make flex rackets like the used to). If you want stiff rackets, go Yonex, I have found none of them to be flexible enough, which is why i went RSL. But that's my style and not everyone matches because i know people that love the x2 blue.

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