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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    It is slightly head heavy but the balance point is only 282mm as measured approximately (I thought 282mm is consider head light or even balanced?). Can anyone care to explain how this is so?
    pardon me but how do you measure the balancing point?

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    Balance the racquet on a pivot to find the centre of gravity? At least that's what i thought...then measure that point to the end of the handle of the racquet....correct me if i am wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    pardon me but how do you measure the balancing point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    Balance the racquet on a pivot to find the centre of gravity? At least that's what i thought...then measure that point to the end of the handle of the racquet....correct me if i am wrong.
    badminton racket is so light, once you put the grip on the point would have altered considerably wouldnt it?

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    From my friend's experience with the RSL Laser 6900. It was 287mm unstrung. Then when he string it, it became 292mm. When he put on the grip it became 282mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    badminton racket is so light, once you put the grip on the point would have altered considerably wouldnt it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smashmouth


    The picture above was taken and posted in another thread by fellow BC'er red00ecstrat during the semi-finals of the recently concluded HK Open. Anyone care to guess the racket she's using?
    Does anyone know who she is?
    Don't know who she is, but I do know that the racket she is using is an RSL 4900.

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    Her name is Tine Rasmussen, Top women single player in Denmark, I remember she got injured one and half years ago.

    Her RSL 4900 is a good racquet, I am wondering why she is still using 4900, 6800 may be a good choice.


    Quote Originally Posted by smashmouth


    The picture above was taken and posted in another thread by fellow BC'er red00ecstrat during the semi-finals of the recently concluded HK Open. Anyone care to guess the racket she's using?
    Does anyone know who she is?

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    just curious, what rsl racket has extreme head heaviness? or.. which racket of all rsl collection that is most head heavy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by setaa
    just curious, what rsl racket has extreme head heaviness? or.. which racket of all rsl collection that is most head heavy?
    Your best bet would be either the X1 or the 6900.

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    I would say Laser 6900. Most of our racquet are even balanced


    Quote Originally Posted by ToMitch
    Your best bet would be either the X1 or the 6900.

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    haven tried many but 6900 really does pack quite some power, much more even compared to 6800

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    haven tried many but 6900 really does pack quite some power, much more even compared to 6800
    I have bought and tried laser 6900. Really powerful and i dun really feel the head heaviness.

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    I initially found the Laser 6900's feel abit wierd due to not being used to the tapering shaft which made the racquet slightly head heavy even though the balance point seem to imply even balance (bp = 282mm). However after using it a couple more times i am getting used to the feel and it does indeed generate quite good power without that taxing feeling on the muscles. Quite impressed with RSL racquets and looking forward to trying the Laser 6800 and maybe the X1 but not sure where to get the X1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    I initially found the Laser 6900's feel abit wierd due to not being used to the tapering shaft which made the racquet slightly head heavy even though the balance point seem to imply even balance (bp = 282mm). However after using it a couple more times i am getting used to the feel and it does indeed generate quite good power without that taxing feeling on the muscles. Quite impressed with RSL racquets and looking forward to trying the Laser 6800 and maybe the X1 but not sure where to get the X1.
    aiyoh ............ if like that I better buy this Laser 6900 and skip the S800 one......

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003
    aiyoh ............ if like that I better buy this Laser 6900 and skip the S800 one......
    maa, get the 6900 no regret, last piece at mega go quick if not can get from Jiwa, you can get the piece surge ordered for me racket should be in this week. Let me know if you want to get from Jiwa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003
    aiyoh ............ if like that I better buy this Laser 6900 and skip the S800 one......
    wah...maa you fly aeroplane ah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA
    I would say Laser 6900. Most of our racquet are even balanced
    I would agree, for the masses the Laser 6900 is better. But for some who like to hammer away, the X1 is hard to beat.

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    Dink, you seem to have tried like almost every racquet on planet earth....

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    I would agree, for the masses the Laser 6900 is better. But for some who like to hammer away, the X1 is hard to beat.

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