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Thread: APACS fan club
12-06-2010, 12:47 AM #3605
Can someone please purchase the slayer 95. How does it feel compare to the lethal 70 or edgesaber z slayer... =)
12-07-2010, 12:09 AM #3606
Did you list those racquets in order of your preference? Nano 9900 Power being the worst and Dunlop Aero Gel 2000 being the best? From your other posts it seems like you really love the VH1700.
BTW, since you are one the the lucky ones to have tried the "Nano 9900" and "Nano 9900 Power", can you please enlighten us on the difference between the 2?
12-08-2010, 05:36 PM #3607
[QUOTE=Golfer;1579674] This list is in the order of racket vibration, not my preference. My to go rackets are (in the order of my preference)- VH1700 > Tantrum 200 ~ Dunlop Aerogel 2000 (27lbs); With VH1700 I get lots of power (practice helped me to set-up the right timing). I need more practice to get similar power with other two. People say that VH rackets are easy to use. May be it is true.
Initially I liked Nano 9900 series, first of all it was cheap and played well for some time. More and more I practice/play, I feel the need for heavier and more stable rackets. Now I have settled down with the above three.
Between Nano 9900 and Nano 9900 Power: both are almost same, except that for design and flexibility. Nano 9900 is flexible and the power version is stiffer. Both of them vibrates; you can feel each shot in your arm (I do not like it anymore). Depends on your technique you can generate equal amount of power from both of them. I would say both of them can deliver enough power to get points in a doubles game. I get better control with stiff rackets; so I liked Nano 9900 Power. Both of then swings pretty fast. I never hated their paint job. If do not want to spend more than $30, these rackets are of good choice. If you have played with Yonex version, may be you will not like them at all.
12-13-2010, 02:30 AM #3608
Where we can buy the APACs Raquets in Singapore/Malaysia? Cheapest geniune place to buy, best online shop.
12-13-2010, 02:51 AM #3609
Hi all, i am crying as i type this msg as my favorite racket Apacs 7700 broke during what my racket crashed with another racket.. And after going to a few shops in Singapore, I could not find any more apacs 7700..
Now, I am looking to buy another Apacs racket with the same balance as 7700 but slightly stiffer.
My usual style of playing is currently more smashes and likes to play drop shots..
Please introduce me to 1 or 2 rackets that is like 7700 but slightly stiffer.
12-13-2010, 02:53 AM #3610
To add on, I play most doubles game..
12-13-2010, 07:51 AM #3611
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12-14-2010, 12:57 AM #3617
Nano 9900 apacs is way too head light. Smashes wont be as powerful unless you are strong and have perfect technique.
12-14-2010, 09:28 AM #3618
then go for nano 9900/9990 power
12-14-2010, 05:25 PM #3619
where do you get the nano 9900?
i see them for sale on ebay but is there a diff from the one dinkalot reviewed
nano pro 9900? vs nano 9900?
is there a diff? thanks
12-14-2010, 09:12 PM #3620
I am currently using Ti 10 (Purple), I would love to find an Apacs racket that is simular to the Ti 10. Will Lethal 9 be a good option? As I saw the specs saying that it is designed for driving shots.
Anyone tried the Lethal 9? Please give me some advise please!!!
12-14-2010, 09:13 PM #3621
i have an armor muscle 90, i could say its a bit similar to the ti-10 and a bit or armor muscle 99
lethal 9 is garbage, try a tantrum 300
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