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    Thanks again Ziggy,

    i got his contact already, 7700 POWER, out of production already, replaced by 7000 POWER ...

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    Did anybody buy any APACS racquet from sports-netbizstore at ebay?Looks like there are some good deals.

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    apacs have lost my interests, their top racket are at ~100 after shipping. That's alot of money IMO for an off brand, you buy a 100 dollar yonex you can sell it back for little lost, good luck with an apacs.

    the good old day where lethal 50 ect.. was like 50-60 bucks, great. it's dropable money for me, but 100 a pop i'm gonna go and stick with yonex to retain some resale value.

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    Alot of players say apacs racket very good, better than yonex
    So y apacs still sell so cheap?
    Is apacs racket under priced???

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    Default APACS racket below $100

    Quote Originally Posted by warlock110 View Post
    apacs have lost my interests, their top racket are at ~100 after shipping. That's alot of money IMO for an off brand, you buy a 100 dollar yonex you can sell it back for little lost, good luck with an apacs.

    the good old day where lethal 50 ect.. was like 50-60 bucks, great. it's dropable money for me, but 100 a pop i'm gonna go and stick with yonex to retain some resale value.
    You can still get top of the line APACS racket below $100. I think it is possible to bargain with APACS sellers. You can buy together with your fellow players and reduce the shipping cost. I guess you can easily get a T200 with Yonex string + another backup racket (with custom string too) together for $100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    You can still get top of the line APACS racket below $100. I think it is possible to bargain with APACS sellers. You can buy together with your fellow players and reduce the shipping cost. I guess you can easily get a T200 with Yonex string + another backup racket (with custom string too) together for $100.

    a T200 + backup racket for 100? that's pretty nice, but the backup racket is usable or throw away? I consider the bottom line apacs as throw away, those things are a joke. Like I said, before you can get a lethal 50 for 60 ish, that's pretty nice, i rather get 2X lethal 50 for 120 than a T200 + backup for 100... just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock110 View Post
    a T200 + backup racket for 100? that's pretty nice, but the backup racket is usable or throw away? I consider the bottom line apacs as throw away, those things are a joke. Like I said, before you can get a lethal 50 for 60 ish, that's pretty nice, i rather get 2X lethal 50 for 120 than a T200 + backup for 100... just saying.
    Even they are cheap I think there is no 'throw away' or 'joke' racket from APACS. Here, hammer head rackets and rackets with visible T-joint are getting sold for $15-30. Nano series from APACS are cheap and they play relatively well. Considering other factors low end and high end rackets do not make significant differences in the playing ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock110 View Post
    a T200 + backup racket for 100? that's pretty nice, but the backup racket is usable or throw away? I consider the bottom line apacs as throw away, those things are a joke. Like I said, before you can get a lethal 50 for 60 ish, that's pretty nice, i rather get 2X lethal 50 for 120 than a T200 + backup for 100... just saying.
    Into certain extends I quite agree with you, apacs only produce some high rank rackets and that is slightly pricy compare to earlier, but it is not easy to get a good yonex racket at about 100, at least 120-150 usually for a good 1. In terms of pricing it is not much diff for the high end rackets just bcz the quality is improve and it requires good material to build, that is the main reason behind

    What I see good for apacs is they provide diff range from what yonex had, aiming for the diff feeling, so that is something I always look for, of cz nowadays yonex still better than apacs , no doubt at all

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    apacs slayer 99, coming soon ......(from sinchew daily news paper 29/8/10)

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    the advertisement from sinchew, with 3k wowen, CNT, extreme power tech....
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    looks like another killer from apacs

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    I think there are different material between Malaysia and Singapore APACS racket, instead of distribution. The different things are at shaft material, Singapore shaft's material better than Malaysia one,but the frame is the same. It could tension until 35 lbs. Now the Singapore racket has a flag racket with a Registered No Patenized.

    The new one is Wrex Hammer, Punch, Stinger and Zen. The color of Stinger is like Lining N90 generation 1, Zen is the same design and color with Rock N 33, but the Hammer and Punch is a different type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanleys View Post
    The new one is Wrex Hammer, Punch, Stinger and Zen. The color of Stinger is like Lining N90 generation 1, Zen is the same design and color with Rock N 33, but the Hammer and Punch is a different type.
    how about this ? howler speed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanleys View Post
    I think there are different material between Malaysia and Singapore APACS racket, instead of distribution. The different things are at shaft material, Singapore shaft's material better than Malaysia one,but the frame is the same. It could tension until 35 lbs. Now the Singapore racket has a flag racket with a Registered No Patenized.
    Yes I was surprised to see the Singapore flag on the cones of the racquets when I visited ACE Sports (Singapore distributor of Apacs, Proace and Protech) with my friend last weekend for a bulk purchase. Understand this was done to differentiate these racquets from the parallel imports from Malaysia.

    Those in Singapore can visit the showroom at the address below:
    NorthStar @AMK
    #06-03 Blk 7030 Ang Mo Kio AVE 5, Singapore 569880
    Telephone: 65706883
    ps I might be able to get better prices if you pm me

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    Just have try the Slayer series from APACS, all the Slayer series already using CNT material. Feeling almost similar like the other top brands. But we never know is it using 100% material CNT or have any composition for material. One thing that we must know, racket must suitable with our skills. Even you using most expensive racket, but if you lack of skill still useless.

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    I still prefer Tantrum 200 as the best racket from APACS.
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    Apcas slayer and wrex series coming on next month, not sure who has tried it out, heard that price range within 200-300

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    i saw Slayer 88 advertisement on The Star Sport section today

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