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    crusnik,

    in term of pricing PD is cheaper that TB III but depend which shop in JB. anyway the price different not big different. i tried before 2 lakets on hand feeling.

    PD lighter + medium stiff
    - virbration part dunno how's it.
    - too light the feeling when smashing might be reduce.

    TBIII head heavy + medium stiff
    - smashing shud be power
    - in term of agility of movement might be restricted due to heavy head.

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    Anyone in Singapore know the price of

    1) Sweetspot 1000
    2) Thunderbolt II

    Thanks.

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    pro ace racquet in vietnam is cheaper than here. I am not sure about the price of sweetspot 1000 in singapore but in vietnam, u can get it for around 65SGD

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwalker
    pro ace racquet in vietnam is cheaper than here. I am not sure about the price of sweetspot 1000 in singapore but in vietnam, u can get it for around 65SGD
    thanks moonwalker. that is real cheap.

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    Oh man, I am Vietnamese for 20 years but know nothing about this. ProAce is quite a popular brand in VN, only behind YY. I once saw they sell ProAce in shops for 10 for the cheapest model up to 30 for the top of the range. And if the vn currency keeps falling, it may cost u less than that. But price of YYs is even higher than in the UK, 100 for the MP99, And Armortec 800 D/O Limited Edition only costs a little more than that ( real one, not fake).

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    hi tuanminhvn, I m also vietnamese , but what u mean by "know nothing about this" .
    I think in vietnam, proace is the most popular brand, because yonex rackets are expensive hence not many use them.
    About the price, not 30 is the top price, you may find some cost more than that (maybe 200SGD or 70 equivalent)

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    proace... clone brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by yy_ling
    proace... clone brand
    urm... I beg to differ, Proace is very original and the names and color is different too , another yonex fan?

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    Pro Ace is quite a brand of their own actually....but of course no racquet brand would be unique in their technology or materials cos there will definitely be some similarities in the design or the materials used....even Victor's Power Waves or Super Nano models have grommets similar to the Yonex's Muscle Power....hence can i conclude that Victor is a clone brand? Obviously i can't...cos they too have their unique patented designs....

    Conversely Yonex's NS7700 has the vibration damper thingy at the cone in which many other brands have already started using even earlier.....so can i conclude Yonex is a clone brand?

    Proace have made quite a few good models that is based on their own design for e.g. one of them is the ABS Power1000, i dont think there are any other racquets using that design.....so its not really fair to label them as a clone brand unless they keep coming out with models that look exactly like Yonex's models except with a slight change in the name...Proace dont always do that....they do have unique designs and model names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firezy
    crusnik,

    in term of pricing PD is cheaper that TB III but depend which shop in JB. anyway the price different not big different. i tried before 2 lakets on hand feeling.

    PD lighter + medium stiff
    - virbration part dunno how's it.
    - too light the feeling when smashing might be reduce.

    TBIII head heavy + medium stiff
    - smashing shud be power
    - in term of agility of movement might be restricted due to heavy head.
    yup i totally agree.. tats y i got the tb 3, it all boils down to wat you are looking for, power or agility.... both are gd rackets....

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    Is anyone using the Evolution series of rackets? Any comments on this range? Thanks.

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    hi tuanminhvn, I m also vietnamese , but what u mean by "know nothing about this" .
    Hi moonwalker,very nice to see some1 here from vn in this forum.
    What i meant was that I had known nothing about ProAce until I came back VN this past summer. I didnt know the brand has some very good models, like the Sweetpot 1000, so i didnt buy any. Now my main racket just snapped and I regret not buying a few ProAce for spares.
    I think ProAce is very good value for money, but if its price is over 70, then "Well,not for me" . After my first racket death,the lovely baby MP88, Cant think of buying any rackets cost over 40 EVER. First love is always sweet but it costs u dearly when u lose it, if u know what i mean. ( oh man, Am I in love with my 88?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donchang
    Ya Proace racquet is quite good and me too want to find Thunderbolt II when my widebody 55 broke but cant find any in JB as they all say that the racquet is no lob longer produce. So i brought myself a Wilson N PRO long series racquet.. But now i am still a ProAce fan of its racquet... Mostly i buy my badminton goods at JB which the price is must mor cheaper than in sg.
    the thing i like about proace rackets is the widebody... but this brand is hard to find in sg... i think i might give the sweetspot 1000 a try (will anyone let mi try his?? ) as recommended by a few people here... but then, a change from the normal oval-shape frame to the isometric frame..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabxzz
    urm... I beg to differ, Proace is very original and the names and color is different too , another yonex fan?
    no im not a yonex fan, yonex got cool rackets, but I still prefer Victor's quality. ProAce and Apacs come from same company, OH MY BAD, APACS is the one cloning not ProACE

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    hmmm... I like yonex, they got fantastic racquets, (like the armortec series) just that their price is much too high for a student like me

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    someone selling it in Yahoo:
    http://auctions.yahoo.com/sg/i:Proac...1000:120180029
    give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg2303
    the thing i like about proace rackets is the widebody... but this brand is hard to find in sg... i think i might give the sweetspot 1000 a try (will anyone let mi try his?? ) as recommended by a few people here... but then, a change from the normal oval-shape frame to the isometric frame..
    You can always go for widebody 55 by proace, quite a reputable model that has been reproduced over and over again....and it's widebody with oval shape....
    Last edited by vince_kan; 10-09-2006 at 02:46 AM.

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