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    Yup, I have. Their service is pretty good. Ordered a Tantrum 200 and it arrived within 2 days. Highly recommended

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    apacs fan here...currently using Feather Weight 200 and Hollow 2000....love them and good value for money....and the big Apacs bag just for RM30....im loving it!!!

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    Default Sports-netbiz store

    Quote Originally Posted by JLLsn88 View Post
    Did anyone buy rackets with ebay seller sports-netbizstore?
    I've bought stuff from their facebook site. The Apacs slayer 95 and the powermax rock 33. Solid products. As far as am concerned, legit seller and going to buy again when needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowz619 View Post
    I've bought stuff from their facebook site. The Apacs slayer 95 and the powermax rock 33. Solid products. As far as am concerned, legit seller and going to buy again when needed.
    How was the delivery/shipping time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kookiemunster View Post
    Yup, I have. Their service is pretty good. Ordered a Tantrum 200 and it arrived within 2 days. Highly recommended
    How much you paid for T200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    How was the delivery/shipping time?
    It took like 2 weeks to get here. -.-(12 days)

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    Where can you buy APACS in the UK?

    I've found their (two?!) websites, but everything is out of stock.

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    badmintonbay? I think they ship all over the world.

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    Anyone tried Apacs tantrum light? Any verdict?

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    Quote Originally Posted by faidz85 View Post
    Anyone tried Apacs tantrum light? Any verdict?
    10/10 if you are a control player. I use to like it a lot, but now I like heavy rackets - they give more power, easy clear and solid feel. I would say TL-exclusive (the older version) was the best light racket among - LLSp, L6, LL1.10. There is a problem of impact shock with this light racket (others too) and if you are a hard heater this racket can damage you arm/elbow joints. You will get lots of power from this light rackets if swing your wrist very fast and accurately. btw - handle got broken because of my hard hitting style of play.

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    Why T300 price is so much more than that of T200 counterpart. I guess they are the same racket.This is resisting me to buy another APACS. Any recommendation - T300 or Yonex AT900 Power (3U)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    Why T300 price is so much more than that of T200 counterpart. I guess they are the same racket.This is resisting me to buy another APACS. Any recommendation - T300 or Yonex AT900 Power (3U)?
    lethal 100, my friend tested it and fall in love with it~

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    lethal 100, my friend tested it and fall in love with it~
    I am trying to stay away with the aero X frame (like Victor BS 11) and also narrow frame and shaft design. I like solid punch, which I only get from rackets with enough material of good quality. After playing with T200 & VH1700 and other APACS rackets I feel that the first two kinds of rackets will be my best choices from APACS.

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    I think there is another one call SUPERLIGHT. Also very light and quite expensive.



    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    10/10 if you are a control player. I use to like it a lot, but now I like heavy rackets - they give more power, easy clear and solid feel. I would say TL-exclusive (the older version) was the best light racket among - LLSp, L6, LL1.10. There is a problem of impact shock with this light racket (others too) and if you are a hard heater this racket can damage you arm/elbow joints. You will get lots of power from this light rackets if swing your wrist very fast and accurately. btw - handle got broken because of my hard hitting style of play.

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    agreed...i tried my friend lethal 60 but didnt like it.....bought my Hollow 2000 and is my weapon of choice for now.....

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    hi Guys

    I have been using my amp 95 for 3 years and after 3 years of abuse , 2 had finally give way .... Any recommandation from you guys ...
    i have not really been update with apacs racket but want a attacking racket ..... Many thank for the recommandations

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    Others know better, but in my capacity Id say: Pro 101, Lethal 90, Slayer 99......

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