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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph_lee View Post
    If you are a badminton lover and always play, every shuttlecock is about RM5.
    If unfortunate, the shuttlecock not durable... you are paying how many tens per game.
    So, dont kira so much lah.

    The early you get the racket, the longer you use them.
    Get it and play...
    I got my Lethal 60 at RM270 without bag but come with Yonex BG80 and Grip. I am more on offensive player and Lethal 60 is great in power which suit me the most. But it hurt my shoulder and wrist so much. Therefore look for second similar racket but better control than Lethal 60.

    I heard lots of comment regarding Tantrum 200 and it is good for all round player. So I think it will be great to help me improve my net skill or drop shot. Tantrum 200 cost RM230 is not expensive, but consider that added another RM40 I will get another spare Lethal 60. I think I will get a Tantrum 200 but negotiate the price to the lowest (I don't need bag cos my new bag could carry 6-9 rackets).

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    I got my Lethal 60 at RM270 without bag but come with Yonex BG80 and Grip. I am more on offensive player and Lethal 60 is great in power which suit me the most. But it hurt my shoulder and wrist so much. Therefore look for second similar racket but better control than Lethal 60.

    I heard lots of comment regarding Tantrum 200 and it is good for all round player. So I think it will be great to help me improve my net skill or drop shot. Tantrum 200 cost RM230 is not expensive, but consider that added another RM40 I will get another spare Lethal 60. I think I will get a Tantrum 200 but negotiate the price to the lowest (I don't need bag cos my new bag could carry 6-9 rackets).
    I got the same problem with the Lethal 70 , it is so tiring after a few games , and take too much out of my shoulder , but the power generated is exceptional. Then I tried my friends T200 and found that it had almost the same power , but the overall performance is much better ..solid feel as well. so I decided to move on to the T200 . I still own a few Yonex rackets, NS9900, NS8000, AT900P, ARC10 but none of them are as good as the T200.

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    i just bought an apacs racket from racket_sports...just a curious question? does a case come with it at all for those who've bought a racket from there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    I got my Lethal 60 at RM270 without bag but come with Yonex BG80 and Grip. I am more on offensive player and Lethal 60 is great in power which suit me the most. But it hurt my shoulder and wrist so much. Therefore look for second similar racket but better control than Lethal 60.

    I heard lots of comment regarding Tantrum 200 and it is good for all round player. So I think it will be great to help me improve my net skill or drop shot. Tantrum 200 cost RM230 is not expensive, but consider that added another RM40 I will get another spare Lethal 60. I think I will get a Tantrum 200 but negotiate the price to the lowest (I don't need bag cos my new bag could carry 6-9 rackets).
    Try VH 1700. It has speed + control + power. The AV is good for joints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace9988 View Post
    i just bought an apacs racket from racket_sports...just a curious question? does a case come with it at all for those who've bought a racket from there?
    they don't come with covers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    I got the same problem with the Lethal 70 , it is so tiring after a few games , and take too much out of my shoulder , but the power generated is exceptional. Then I tried my friends T200 and found that it had almost the same power , but the overall performance is much better ..solid feel as well. so I decided to move on to the T200 . I still own a few Yonex rackets, NS9900, NS8000, AT900P, ARC10 but none of them are as good as the T200.
    Looks like I have to get one.

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    i got the T200 too...YET to play with it (hopefully sunday), expecting good things after trying my friends one

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph_lee View Post
    How much is a fake Yonex cost?
    For example, AT900 or NS9900
    Most fake yonex sold at rm90-120 w/o string..which i consider better buy apacs then the fake ones..apacs yonex clone such as edge saber z (Max 30lbs and a new version 35lbs) is more durable and can cope with higher tension then fake yonex arcsaber z (Max 24lbs)..a seller from KL showed me the edge saber with 35lbs rating when i was buying my tantrum 969..so better by apacs as conclussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    which string do u all use for ur T200?? my one stil using BG66.....after break , not sure going for which string >.<.....
    hehe, I also use BG66 but if it break, I would like to try to zymax 62......
    Anyway BG80 is my favourite, the smash sound is so nice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by van de nan View Post
    Most fake yonex sold at rm90-120 w/o string..which i consider better buy apacs then the fake ones..apacs yonex clone such as edge saber z (Max 30lbs and a new version 35lbs) is more durable and can cope with higher tension then fake yonex arcsaber z (Max 24lbs)..a seller from KL showed me the edge saber with 35lbs rating when i was buying my tantrum 969..so better by apacs as conclussion.
    LOL, ignore him and enjoy your APACS...
    Dont waste the time... haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace9988 View Post
    i got the T200 too...YET to play with it (hopefully sunday), expecting good things after trying my friends one
    Welcome to T200 group!!!

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    I am about to get a T200 (4U-G2) from a friend that bought it more than a year ago. The racket was used for 1 session and kept in store room due to family commitment. Can someone provide some feedback on this racket as compare to T200 (3u-G2) in term of power and control. Greatly appreciate. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hola4 View Post
    I am about to get a T200 (4U-G2) from a friend that bought it more than a year ago. The racket was used for 1 session and kept in store room due to family commitment. Can someone provide some feedback on this racket as compare to T200 (3u-G2) in term of power and control. Greatly appreciate. Thanks.
    Have not tried 4U racket.
    Anyway, 3U T200 is great in the power and I think the weight do contribute some power and helps you to press the shuttlecock down when you smash.

    Just my 2 cents view, will 4U too light and you need stronger wrist and arm power to press the shuttlecock?

    In fact, just a few gramms different.
    Does it really that much diff?
    How much are you getting it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hola4 View Post
    I am about to get a T200 (4U-G2) from a friend that bought it more than a year ago. The racket was used for 1 session and kept in store room due to family commitment. Can someone provide some feedback on this racket as compare to T200 (3u-G2) in term of power and control. Greatly appreciate. Thanks.
    got myself a 3u tantrum200..well, do tell us about your 4u t200

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph_lee View Post
    hehe, I also use BG66 but if it break, I would like to try to zymax 62......
    Anyway BG80 is my favourite, the smash sound is so nice....
    the hitting sound on zm62 is MUCH nicer than BG66 due to the thickness
    arc let me tried his friend's BS9 with ZM62 @ 30lbs..very nice control but i don't dare to smash..sked will break the string

    tantrum with a 62..hmm sounds like a good combo hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    the hitting sound on zm62 is MUCH nicer than BG66 due to the thickness
    arc let me tried his friend's BS9 with ZM62 @ 30lbs..very nice control but i don't dare to smash..sked will break the string

    tantrum with a 62..hmm sounds like a good combo hehe
    Hahaha....
    Ask Arc to give you special discount lah...
    You have to try once in a lifetime mah, no try how to know how song it is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    the hitting sound on zm62 is MUCH nicer than BG66 due to the thickness
    arc let me tried his friend's BS9 with ZM62@30lbs..very nice control but i don't dare to smash..sked will break the string

    tantrum with a 62..hmm sounds like a good combo hehe
    i've tried a zymay62 at 22lbs which the stringer said its gonna feel equal to 24lbs due to its thickness..i felt the 1st day using it was syiok then the next time the feeling was gone..it feels like loosing tension or its just my feeling..i think i gonna put bg66 at 24lbs for my tantrum..see how it feel

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