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    Quote Originally Posted by lightsmash
    it broke at 10 o'clock...
    i guess they should really toughen the 2 and 10 o'clock position like yonex.
    It is rather poor design in the first place..... i think. But they look really nice as display racquets....

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince_kan
    It is rather poor design in the first place..... i think. But they look really nice as display racquets....
    yeap, they look pretty nice.
    I like their bags!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightsmash
    yeap, they look pretty nice.
    I like their bags!!!
    Actually feel of the racquet is not to bad...the balance the weight is quite nice...but racquet design has to be improved...

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    There's no double-stringing at the turbo zone while i got it strung.

    Just sent it back to RSH today, they say they'll do some inspection to it, but i think the chance of getting a replacement is very small..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson_ngo
    There's no double-stringing at the turbo zone while i got it strung.

    Just sent it back to RSH today, they say they'll do some inspection to it, but i think the chance of getting a replacement is very small..
    Well, it depends on your racquet's condition. If the racquets does not show signs of clashes...i think there is a good chance they will replace one for you...but without strings lor.....cos i think RSH can just send back to Wilson for replacement..

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    Thumbs up

    RSH just called me up this morning and told me, from the inspection, they found out the the tension of my string caused the breakage, But i've only strung it at 23lbs, while the racket's recommended max tension is 25lbs. Despite that, they still honer their warrenty and willing to give me a replacement.

    I went down there and i was being replaced with a brand new N4 with a free overgrip . This is my 1st time recieving a racket replacement after breakage . Well Done Royal Sporting House!!

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    good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson_ngo
    RSH just called me up this morning and told me, from the inspection, they found out the the tension of my string caused the breakage, But i've only strung it at 23lbs, while the racket's recommended max tension is 25lbs. Despite that, they still honer their warrenty and willing to give me a replacement.

    I went down there and i was being replaced with a brand new N4 with a free overgrip . This is my 1st time recieving a racket replacement after breakage . Well Done Royal Sporting House!!
    Congrats on the receipt of your new racquet...i believe you are not the only one that they have given a replacement...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson_ngo
    RSH just called me up this morning and told me, from the inspection, they found out the the tension of my string caused the breakage, But i've only strung it at 23lbs, while the racket's recommended max tension is 25lbs. Despite that, they still honer their warrenty and willing to give me a replacement.

    I went down there and i was being replaced with a brand new N4 with a free overgrip . This is my 1st time recieving a racket replacement after breakage . Well Done Royal Sporting House!!
    Hey Bro, Congrats to yr new replacement racket. But guess it will only act as back-up to yr NS8K now lah hor...Hehe. Cya soooonnnnn......!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker
    Hey Bro, Congrats to yr new replacement racket. But guess it will only act as back-up to yr NS8K now lah hor...Hehe. Cya soooonnnnn......!!!!
    I decide not to use it, cos the racket was strung with stock string...unplayable, i should be using ns8k for the time being ...cya soon..

    And thanks everyone

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    i have a n6...
    should i retire it jus in case it breaks?

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    You should play and enjoy the racquet experience while it's still alive.....if it breaks then try to claim warranty...if cannot then bury it and never buy a Wilson again....


    Quote Originally Posted by ijnek
    i have a n6...
    should i retire it jus in case it breaks?

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    i bought from RSH...but threw away the receipt liao...
    **sianz**
    how to enjoy when i know it might break anytime...

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    you need the receipt leh...but then again....maybe no need cos only they sell mah...no one else has the rights to sell in singapore...so they might still accept claims....as for enjoying...if you dont clash with ppl should be able to tahan la....play but dont too garang until every shot must take lor...

    Quote Originally Posted by ijnek
    i bought from RSH...but threw away the receipt liao...
    **sianz**
    how to enjoy when i know it might break anytime...

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    I think it is more likely that the main cause of the racquet was prior racquet clashes. The fact that that it did not crack at the location of the clash does not preclude that the breakage was due to clashes. In a clash the whole racquet frame, especially towards the tip from the 2 and 10 o'clock, may or may not suffer micro tears, which are invisible to the eye. Depending on the degree of the micro tears, the seemingly good racquet may crack from a shot or even from a temperature change right inside your bag.
    Incorrect stringing where too much over-stretching or over-squeezing with the hold-down clamps and the 4 V-shaped or other shape supports can also cause micro tears in the frame.

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    hmmm...let's c how it goes while i continue to use it lor...
    tonite mission is to hurt for the receipt at home...
    now,i'm alternating between my prince pl88 racket n my wilson.
    mayb use my yonex mp23 as well

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    found my receipt...phew...
    guess i will continue to alter between my rackets.

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