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    Length Comparison

    The VH2000 is also easily 1 of the longest racket.

    (Left-to-Right: VH2000, YY Arcsaber 008 (TH), YY NS9900, YY Z-Slash (TH), Carbonex 15SP, Carbonex 8, Victor SW35, Zelm P9990, APACS 9900, APACS Slayer 380, Zelm PP10000.

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    where the VH2000 stands among all?
    what are the differences between APAC Nano 9900 and Yonex Nano 9900?

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    VH2000 is the first in the picture. APACS 9900 and YY 9900 are different in many ways. Exception that they are head light and looks the same.

    Even the weight is already diff in the first place. They play different. In fairness, the APACS is quite nice to play too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mail43249 View Post
    VH2000 is the first in the picture. APACS 9900 and YY 9900 are different in many ways. Exception that they are head light and looks the same.

    Even the weight is already diff in the first place. They play different. In fairness, the APACS is quite nice to play too.
    I meant to say how do you rate/rank you VH2000 among others.

    So you are saying APACS is as good as the Yonex counterpart? what abut the vibration/impact shock in APACS nano 9900? How is that in VH2000?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    I meant to say how do you rate/rank you VH2000 among others.

    So you are saying APACS is as good as the Yonex counterpart? what abut the vibration/impact shock in APACS nano 9900? How is that in VH2000?
    Very powerful. More powerful than powerhouse such as the SW35 and noticeably lesser vibration. However, it is more difficult to wield due to the weight of the racket. If one has strong arm and can defend well, this will be the racket!

    I cant rank this as No1 as I do not have strong arms and am only high beginner. But for intermediate, this should be very nice for them. The VH2000 though heavy overall but still can swing fast! The frame is very aerodynamic and makes a higher pitch sound when swung.

    APACS 9900 not too much vibration but not enough power.... the APACS slayer 380 plays better than this apacs 9900.
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    @ mail43249
    Looks like VH2000 is a good racquet and I can consider it as a replacement for my VH1700. Thanks for the review.

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    Default Photo of three good racquets from APACS

    It seems T200 is the tallest.
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    Hi guys, does anyone know if there is any genuine difference between the "Tantrum 300" and the "Tantrum 300UK"? According to the Apacs UK site, the Tantrum 300UK has a more head heavy balance point (click on "Specs" on the following site):
    http://www.apacs-sports.co.uk/catalo...t/prod_39.html#
    This is reproduced by a reviewer:
    http://badminton-racket.blogspot.com...00-review.html
    As you can see, the balance point for the Tantrum 300UK is 289 +/- 3mm, which is different to a standard Tantrum 300 which has a balance point of 285 +/- 5mm. Also, the Apacs UK site states that the Tantrum 300UK has a "Unique UK specification" to it. Does anyone know more about this?

    Similarly, there is apparently a "Lethal 70UK", which is presumably different to the "Lethal 70":
    http://www.apacs-sports.co.uk/catalo...t/prod_49.html
    You'll see that under "Specs", it states "NEW AND IMPROVED 76 gromet system for the UK". What exactly does that mean and does it really make a difference?

    Regardless, if the above "Specs" are true, it sounds like the Tantrum 300UK is what I'm after, since I prefer a more head heavy racket. However, the Lethal 70UK sounds pretty much identical to the Lethal 70 to me. Anyway, will be interested to hear people's thoughts.

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    286-291 vs. 280-290. I would wonder if APACS has so much precise quality control over weight errors. My T200 has the same specification like that of T300 and was heavy before I put add a PU grip. I do not think there is any differences that can affect your game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    286-291 vs. 280-290.
    Actually, it's 286-292 vs. 280-290. Anyway, thanks for the feedback.

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    Just weighed my rackets carefully, share some info with you. All are stringed with BG66 and wrapped with PU grip except Zelm pp10000 (BG80, Towel grip).

    Apacs VH2000 (3U) - 96g
    YY Arcsaber 008 (TH), (3UG4) - 93g
    YY NS9900 (3UG5) - 93g
    YY Z-Slash (TH), (3UG5) - 98g
    Carbonex 15SP (2U) - 99g
    Carbonex 8 - 97g
    Victor SW35 (3U) - 94g
    Zelm P9990 (3U) - 92g
    APACS 9900 (4U) - 91g
    APACS Slayer 380 (4U) - 92g
    Zelm PP10000 - 96g



    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
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    Looks like VH2000 is a good racquet and I can consider it as a replacement for my VH1700. Thanks for the review.

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    Just got an apacs tantrum 200 from AJ. I kinda suspect it's fake

    Reasons: The warning "do not put under direct sunlight...blablabla..might CAUSED WARPED" has spelling error and is gramatically wrong! Caused warped? That is gramatically wrong if you would ask me and it's from apacs uk. And there's no superbrands symbol(not sure though whether the symbol should be with all apacs)

    my serial : AP140104.

    It's from a reputable shop and GOD please don't let it be imitation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckk221191 View Post
    Just got an apacs tantrum 200 from AJ. I kinda suspect it's fake

    Reasons: The warning "do not put under direct sunlight...blablabla..might CAUSED WARPED" has spelling error and is gramatically wrong! Caused warped? That is gramatically wrong if you would ask me and it's from apacs uk. And there's no superbrands symbol(not sure though whether the symbol should be with all apacs)

    my serial : AP140104.

    It's from a reputable shop and GOD please don't let it be imitation
    I highly doubt you can get fake APACS. I think the English grammatical error might be due to the management itself which has to be run by Chinese/Asians.

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    logically, apacs racket is very cheap.. so i think no other company have appetite to clone they racket.. coz apacs racket already the clone one.. hahaha.. but not sure if some racket don't have super brand logo on it.. but all mine have it.. about error on warning, just consider it from old batch.. all old apacs racket line has crap warning.. and since T200 completely stop producing, just think it a old stock with some error..

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    "Do not leave in direct sunlight or excessively hot conditions as heat may impair the structural integrity of racket and cause it to wrap" state on my ES10 white and Wrex100.. but no warning at all at ES z spark..

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    ckk221191 : Same as my Apacs....and it disturbed me as well...i make an efforts to go to all badminton proshop in KL and ipoh to check the spelling on any Tantrum 200 i can get my hand on too...and all have it...so I believe u and me shouldnt be worried about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckk221191 View Post
    Just got an apacs tantrum 200 from AJ. I kinda suspect it's fake

    Reasons: The warning "do not put under direct sunlight...blablabla..might CAUSED WARPED" has spelling error and is gramatically wrong! Caused warped? That is gramatically wrong if you would ask me and it's from apacs uk. And there's no superbrands symbol(not sure though whether the symbol should be with all apacs)

    my serial : AP140104.

    It's from a reputable shop and GOD please don't let it be imitation
    Yes, that is common with the old stock - bad grammar! I wouldn't worry about it.

    By the way, I've just completed an order for a Lethal 70 + Tantrum 300 for $156 US dollars all up, including delivery. Good deal right? I should be getting them within a couple of days. I know several people were keen on hearing what I thought about the Tantrum 300, so I'll post a brief review soon.

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