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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    hello all, I would like to know if edge saber 10 is as good as arcsaber 10?
    I want to recommend a racket to my friend, and if edge saber 10 almost same with arcsaber 10, I would recommend that one
    I have both and from my point of view they r the same. However some other colleagues have tried and are not happy with it saying it is NOT the same. I think if u can get one around the court/club u play and try. That's what we propose to all: TRY

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    thanks for the answer kiloo
    that's the problem, I cannot find someone who has the edge saber, swing it few times in the shop will not help..
    nevertheless, the price is pretty tempting, only for 350K rupiah.. (around US $39 and maybe you can negotiate for further bargain)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    Mine are strung: 1- 24lbs BG68ti, 2- 24lbs BG65 pre-stretched
    The BG65 stringbed is harder and it is more difficult to 'shoot' with it but is excellent when control is required.
    The BG68ti clears the baseline well, yes. Of course it also depends on the power the person can input on the swing.
    Most APACS rackets are rated to OVER 30lbs contrary to many others. So U can put whatever u feel like quite safely.

    We have a policy we adopted in order to satisfy our fellow players. We have demo rackets of many types which we give them to try for them to get a feel of the racket during game or training. They can decide from there which is good for them. A privileged shops rarely indulge.
    this is something which lacks in Malaysia..
    how i wish the big shops/distributors will have a session like this regularly

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    When is Apacs going to go worldwide? Let's say France, Belgium, Netherlands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskawn View Post
    When is Apacs going to go worldwide? Let's say France, Belgium, Netherlands?
    you can try to get one from apacs UK..

    http://www.apacsuk.co.uk/apacs-racke...er/cat_31.html
    but the price is pretty high.. (I wonder why.. maybe because of shipping cost to UK and those 17.5% tax..)

    for example:
    in Indonesia you can get edge saber for US $39 / 30 Euro
    in Europe, you should pay more, £50 / 60 Euro

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    I ordered in Malaysia but still nothing received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    Bro , u can try to call Asraf @ 98860499 , Newlink sports @ Queensway shopping centre.
    Noted bro. Thank you very much

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    anyone tried using the APACS Tantrum 300? i heard it's more for singles compared to 200...

    hope someone can try and do some review on it. much appreciated :P

    thanks!

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    Thanks for reply. I only have experience with BG66.

    I realized one unusual thing. I had 1 Apac 9900 at 24 pounds and another strung at 26 pounds. Guess what... the one with 26 pounds feels lighter on hand easily! Even a beginner who held them could immed tell so.

    Can a higher tension really decreases the weight so much or is there some QC issues with the rackets?



    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    Mine are strung: 1- 24lbs BG68ti, 2- 24lbs BG65 pre-stretched
    The BG65 stringbed is harder and it is more difficult to 'shoot' with it but is excellent when control is required.
    The BG68ti clears the baseline well, yes. Of course it also depends on the power the person can input on the swing.
    Most APACS rackets are rated to OVER 30lbs contrary to many others. So U can put whatever u feel like quite safely.

    We have a policy we adopted in order to satisfy our fellow players. We have demo rackets of many types which we give them to try for them to get a feel of the racket during game or training. They can decide from there which is good for them. A privileged shops rarely indulge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moore_shady View Post
    anyone tried using the APACS Tantrum 300? i heard it's more for singles compared to 200...

    hope someone can try and do some review on it. much appreciated :P

    thanks!
    basically they're almost the same..it is said that T300 have slightly better material
    what is sure is that T300 is marketed for different regions compared to T200
    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    Thanks for reply. I only have experience with BG66.

    I realized one unusual thing. I had 1 Apac 9900 at 24 pounds and another strung at 26 pounds. Guess what... the one with 26 pounds feels lighter on hand easily! Even a beginner who held them could immed tell so.

    Can a higher tension really decreases the weight so much or is there some QC issues with the rackets?
    higher tension on string decreases overall weight of the racket? or different kind of weight? o.O
    most probably is the QC of the racket that caused the 'massive' weight differences

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    basically they're almost the same..it is said that T300 have slightly better material
    what is sure is that T300 is marketed for different regions compared to T200


    higher tension on string decreases overall weight of the racket? or different kind of weight? o.O
    most probably is the QC of the racket that caused the 'massive' weight differences

    T200 is sold out almost everywhere...i don't think they have this in Australia... I bought the T300 only..though they have special on bundle of L70 & T300 for only USD164. individual buy will be 96USD for T300 & 101USD for L70.

    as mentioned many times by ppl...it all comes down to which one you prefer...well i may never get the chance to try L70...so i think i should make conclusion by sticking to T300 (i never try too but bought online... :P )................

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskawn View Post
    I ordered in Malaysia but still nothing received.
    We can send u from here as we have a dealership, but the courier cost may be high. PM me your address I'll find out + the particular racket U want, strung or not, with what string and tension. I'll see what we can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    Thanks for reply. I only have experience with BG66.

    I realized one unusual thing. I had 1 Apac 9900 at 24 pounds and another strung at 26 pounds. Guess what... the one with 26 pounds feels lighter on hand easily! Even a beginner who held them could immed tell so.

    Can a higher tension really decreases the weight so much or is there some QC issues with the rackets?
    NOW, that is a good question which I would normally reply :"NO". However hvng 2 differently strung rackets (like I have too) is bound to give u 2 different 'feelings'. The one thing to do is to actually WEIGH them both, and look for their balance points; which I will do soon when I get back to work. I'll see about posting the results during the next week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosleesari View Post
    Any info for the APACS Rapier 88 SG..? TQ in advance..
    any review or spec??? TQ in advance

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    higher tension more power needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peen98 View Post
    higher tension more power needed?
    higher tension better control but more power needed on drives and smash. And the reverse is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    higher tension better control but more power needed on drives and smash. And the reverse is true.
    thanks for the quick respond !!

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