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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    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
    In addtion you play $10-14 for shipping + 10 (atleast for BG65).

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    Did you say reverse is true? Actually it is. It depends on your playing style. High tension can give you both precision and power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosleesari View Post
    any review or spec??? TQ in advance
    Hi..nayone can tell me how the feel for this racket..TQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosleesari View Post
    Hi..nayone can tell me how the feel for this racket..TQ
    which racket are U saying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    which racket are U saying?
    I mean the APACS Rapier 88 SG..Thanks gentleman!!!!!

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    yesterday went down to honly to grab some shuttlecocks and also asked if the tantrum 200 is still available but to my great disappointment though the distributor still had stock honly will not be taking in any... anyone can advise me where i can get one in SG? or any new series that is similar?

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    anyone can recommend an APACS racket that is both flexible and head heavy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    anyone can recommend an APACS racket that is both flexible and head heavy?
    i don't think apacs has any flexi rackets..medium stiff yes, a bunch

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    any one tried the slayer 88 (racket or string)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    anyone can recommend an APACS racket that is both flexible and head heavy?
    The Lethal 25 or 20 would fit the bill.

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    just buy apacs nano 9900.....want to try this evening....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosleesari View Post
    I mean the APACS Rapier 88 SG..Thanks gentleman!!!!!
    Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    anyone can recommend an APACS racket that is both flexible and head heavy?
    I sifted thru the stock directly and found that the NEW (red) Nano 900 Power suits your needs. Check it out. and let us know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    I sifted thru the stock directly and found that the NEW (red) Nano 900 Power suits your needs. Check it out. and let us know
    is it this racket here?
    http://www.apacsuk.co.uk/nanopower900red/prod_19.html

    it is rated as Stiff though

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    and this http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...8aero-frame%29

    they've said it's head light

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    is it this racket here?
    http://www.apacsuk.co.uk/nanopower900red/prod_19.html

    it is rated as Stiff though

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    and this http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...8aero-frame%29

    they've said it's head light
    Ok I read both and they say head heavy IN THEORY. I got the one in front of me and it is written 'head heavy' on it, and those who tried it here say it is.
    For the stiffness it is a bit ambiguous. How flexi do u want it? But: Please try one for yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    Ok I read both and they say head heavy IN THEORY. I got the one in front of me and it is written 'head heavy' on it, and those who tried it here say it is.
    For the stiffness it is a bit ambiguous. How flexi do u want it? But: Please try one for yourself.
    i'm not sure if mine is on spec but IN THEORY..it IS head heavy since it's the clone of AT900P
    however, swinging mine around feels even balanced and light (of course! it's a 4U)
    flex wise, i feel it's medium (as in more flexible than mid-stiff and stiffer than mid-flex) compared to my stiff Victor Artery Tec Ti99 which stiffness rating is on par with BS10 and slightly flexier than SW35.

    these are just my personal findings on my unit. hope it helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    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?
    There are a few factors to this. The unstrung masses of the racquets are different, therefore it is an Apacs QC problem. The string weight could cause the problem, a higher tension would stretch the string more and so it would be thinner, so overall it would have less mass and weigh less than the the lower tension string and this could cause a slight weight difference.
    Could be the grips on the racquets, if you have any. Or when they say Apacs 9900 (86-89g) for example, you might have one that is 86g and one that is 89g.
    Have you weighed them yet?

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