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    Quote Originally Posted by hesho View Post
    is there no edit button??? anyway

    besides RSL's website, is there anywhere that sells RSL racquets in canada? I'm just a bit curious because i noticed something today. RSLcanada's price is exactly 20% more then the US counterpart. (x5's is 170Cad or 136US, x2's 160Cad or 128US). That.. kinda upsets me a bit.
    I've made an offer of $125 and he accepted it for the X5 Silver. Best price I've seen out there & authentic also (I know what you're thinking because of eBay but trust me on this..)
    http://stores.ebay.ca/RKEP-racket-ex...=p4634.c0.m322

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    kinda curious for the ppl that have RSL racquets...

    I have 2 X2's and i know of 2 others that have X2's as well. Is it really common that the top 4 grommets breaks? I have yet to break my strings without the grommet breaking first. Generally i have 2 broken grommets (from the top 4) before my strings break somewhere but this happens to both my racquets. My friend's racquet has the same thing, broken grommet on the top 4 grommets. Is this a common thing or something or is it something else?

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    Why did u bought?

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    umm.. what? why wouldn't i buy them? They are good racquets, but i'm just curious about the grommets always breaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hesho View Post
    umm.. what? why wouldn't i buy them? They are good racquets, but i'm just curious about the grommets always breaking.
    Sorry, typing error.
    Actually i wanted to ask "Where did u bought?"

    What do u mean by the grommets always break?

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    Just got these from Eric. Must be RSL's new racket lineup for 2012. M11 Evolution Vr.1, 2 & 3.
    New technology called "Weight Variation". Wondering how that would affect gameplay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cslee007 View Post
    Sorry, typing error.
    Actually i wanted to ask "Where did u bought?"

    What do u mean by the grommets always break?
    i bought it directly from RSL canada (they are based in montreal). When i say the grommets break (i assume it's a design thing) the 4 middle grommets always break. They break off can move up and down the string, there is no way else to describe it.

    as for the evolution, i kinda wish i could try using that thing first but maybe the X2 prices will go down then.

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    pics of the 3 evolution rackets from another website

    guess it allows you to tailor it to the weight you want.
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    So it just like lead tape on top the frame? And different butt cap weights for balance? Seems kinda gimicky.

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    look interesting.. WPS will provide more balance setup to play with.. and every time to change its setup balance you need to cut your string first... how will the WPS plastic stand higher tension.. hope its wouldn't break into pieces once restring at higher tension.. .. butt cap... errm.. apacs lurid kinda of thing ..hope the cap weight didnt flies off easily ..

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    The idea is not new, but this WPS looks like rubbish. The plastic between holes and strings looks really chunky and will maybe destroy the aerodynamics of the head.
    In my opinion totally useless.
    Adding leadtape at the head and grip is a lot easier, looks better, will perform better and don't require a new stringing job when you want to change something.

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    does anyone have a review om the m11 heat 600?

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    My personal RSL m11 Heat 600 - length=675mm, weight=94.7g, bp=301mm (nbg 95 + toalson ultra blue at 20% overlap)

    its medium flex and heavy headed. (I didn't realise it was going to be a heavy head racket when I first got it) I can play with it fine, but not my type of racket. And its relatively easy to generate power since it is medium flex and heavy headed.

    Its quite cheap in HK. HK$580

    If you can read chinese....

    http://www.discuss.com.hk/viewthread...age%3D2&page=1

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    ssgg007,

    have you play with Yonex armortec 900 power befor?
    Is the M11 heat 600 anything like the AT900p?

    thanks

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    sorry, I 've never used an at900p before.

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    Oh well.. ture. RSL is getting more expensive now.. But this brand been around more than 80 years.. I had been using their shuttlecocks since 12 or 15 years. It's almost the oldest badminton brand in the world....

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    Hey there please inform where RSL distributor in indonesia...

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