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Thread: APACS fan club
03-28-2010, 01:31 AM #2619
03-28-2010, 01:34 AM #2620
Though what I really want to know is the margin of flawness you guys are talking about. How often do people get sub - par rackets. Also, if it is sub - par, what kind of flaws are we talking about? Really major or really minor? Can someone give me examples of the problems people had with these rackets?
03-28-2010, 02:08 AM #2621
03-28-2010, 02:26 AM #2622
03-28-2010, 03:42 AM #2623
Oh really!? I did not know we had different names. Is that why I have never seen any Stern lines on the website? Do you know what the corresponding names are for all the rackets that are the same thing but have different names elsewhere? Also, what do you mean when you said "It all depends on the skills."? Though, I am quite relieved by hearing what ziggy87 said as the main problems being the weight and distribution of that weight (balance point). I would assume EVERY other racket you buy out there would have the same differences as there is no such thing as perfection or an identical replica to another racket. I guess that the only thing with Apacs is that as someone said the quality control is not that great so the margins for error are just slightly greater. Sorry about asking soooo many questions here and on many other threads of this board but I am just trying to do as much research on the rackets I am about to buy and try to suck out as much information from this board through all its intelligent and experienced members so the information does not go to waste.
03-28-2010, 06:22 AM #2624
If the racket is flawed, look to warranty replacements
03-28-2010, 12:50 PM #2625
I am skeptical about the durability of APACS products. I have experiences.
Before spending so much money please make sure they do not have structural flaws. It will be difficult to do that when you buy online. It is a wise idea to buy 5-6 (for the same price instead of just 2). Buy less costly APACS racket which has almost same or slightly different specifications. I am sure you can easily overcome such minor difference (like BP, weights, frame shape, shaft flex) by your skills.
03-28-2010, 01:29 PM #2626
what is diffrence between yonex nanospeed 800 and yonex nanospeed 800 SP/IP
i mean what is SP/IP ? thanks for reply
03-28-2010, 01:32 PM #2627
its Apacs thread...
but IP and SP are the codes of the rackets, i mean you can see from where thy are bought.
03-28-2010, 01:38 PM #2628
thanks and sorry for error
03-28-2010, 01:57 PM #2629
03-28-2010, 01:57 PM #2630
(cracks in shaft and frame, cracks in grip handle, noises etc)
About vissible hollow -
If you cut any rackets, you will see that they all have cylindrical hole along the vertical axis of the shaft. In visible hollow, the T-joints and grip woods is designed in a way so that one can see the hollow.
03-28-2010, 02:46 PM #2631
Yes , the visible hollow , it is the sight I dont like , (the clear butt cap ) ...I like rackets that look simple .
Cannot really rate their durability because I had the AMP95 for years and the shaft snapped .
the L70 and T200 I only have those for a few months and they are in perfect condition even I tend to overuse the T200 (for both singles and doubles) . The durability of the paintwork are much much better than the high-end Yonex , even after a few mis-hit and picking up shuttles , there are not much paint chip.
The L70 was strung at 23lbs with Ashaway Microlegend xl
AMP was strung at 23lbs with '' ''
T200 was strung at 22lbs with Ash-away Zymax 67
03-28-2010, 03:04 PM #2632
Thanks for all your replies again! Weeyah, I understood what you were talking about when you said the specs were different, I guess it was just a wrong choice of wording for me. Though I did not understand what you were talking about when you mentioned Sir Dink, could you please link me to the page? Also, for what sxg2009, I have read MANY reviews on the t300 and l70 with them being amazing rackets, just like your reply section in your second post. Even though it does not show the t300, it shows the t200 and I have read that they are pretty much the same thing except the t300 is SLIGHTLY better which is pretty good when the t200 was given a 9.5 and the l70 an 8. The thing with your suggestion of buying five or six different rackets for the same price I would pay for the t300/l70 is that through all my research, I have not come across many posts on any of the other rackets so I have no idea what they are like and the t300/l70 combo looks PERFECT for me as it is the price of a mid-range Yonex racket for two top-end rackets. I just want to figure out if there are any stores in the Toronto area that would sell these rackets so that I could put them in my hands and feel them before I buy them. Even though they ship everything out of Markham, I do not know if they allow me to pick up the rackets instead of having it sent.
03-28-2010, 05:11 PM #2633
Tantrum 200 is a fantastic racket
03-28-2010, 07:26 PM #2634
03-28-2010, 08:10 PM #2635
Hey, thanks for your reply again! I am only an intermediate player as well and Sir Panda has not yet rated the two rackets yet though I keep hearing that the Tantrum 200 is very similar to the Tantrum 300, but 300 is slightly better, is that correct? Anyways, the package for both the t300 and l70 just keep sounding better and better so I will probably end up buying it. Hehe! I am sooo excited! I am using a Carlton Airblade 500 Ti which is an ancient racket and thought it is time for a great upgrade!
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