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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky14 View Post
    can anyone tell me more about lethal 9? or the review of lethal 9?? spefically...and also the player's experience with it??
    think about other model or save the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    I've been told the Visible Hollow frame is identical (or at least very similar) to the Lethal 60/70.
    you heard it wrong. there are different types of VHs and most of them have their own frame specifications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    you heard it wrong. there are different types of VHs and most of them have their own frame specifications.
    Heard it from an apacs distributor. He said the VHs are mostly a marketing stunt. The only difference between the VH frame and the Lethal 60/70 is that the Lethals don't have the "see through" thing at the handle? I don't know, that's what he told me. That's the frustrating thing about apacs - keep hearing different things from different people.

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    what u eman thinka bout other money or save money??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Heard it from an apacs distributor. He said the VHs are mostly a marketing stunt. The only difference between the VH frame and the Lethal 60/70 is that the Lethals don't have the "see through" thing at the handle? I don't know, that's what he told me. That's the frustrating thing about apacs - keep hearing different things from different people.
    All rackets have void space inside the core of frame and shaft. For VHs, the hollow is there from the wooden handle through the T-joint. This is a pretty unique shaft design. I think it was an original idea from APACS like the latest Lurid Power. Unlike most of other APACS rackets, which are either cloned or inspired by other well know brands, like YONEX, FORZA, VICTOR (.. like Bollywood Songs) the VHs was designed to target players with elbow problem. MBS usually sells best rackets; earleir they used to have VH1700, VH1800 and AMPs. if you visit APACS home page (CH or MY, I do not know if they still have it) you might be able to see the VHs series and other products. Each of the VH had unique specification of shaft and frame (like NS in Yonex). Unfortunately most of them are not available. In contrast the Lethal 50-60 (inspired by Forza) do not have that much variations. Lethal's box shaped frame design is similar to only few VHs. There will be some differences in shaft flexibility, thickness etc. Materials might be same: 30-, 40-, 50-T graphite, Titanium (in some cases) etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky14 View Post
    what u eman thinka bout other money or save money??
    I meant to say that do not waste money on Lethal 9. The racket is not stable at all. It has only speed just like a house fly. Your opponent will be able to smash you down anytime and you will be able do nothing with that.

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    Default NANO Speed 7700 and VH1700

    Amazing! Yonex is back with the same looking vibration cap that VHs use to have. check for Nano Speed 7700 in google image. overall shape of frame is also same. I would like to test and compare. So, what I was thinking about similarities between NS and VHs is somewhat true.
    I do not know why APACS discontinued those VHs with similar characteristics.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...6600-NS6600-SP

    OR I am wrong! the 7700 was released before 1700???
    Last edited by sxg2009; 05-22-2011 at 01:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    Amazing! Yonex is back with the same looking vibration cap that VHs use to have. check for Nano Speed 7700 in google image. overall shape of frame is also same. I would like to test and compare. So, what I was thinking about similarities between NS and VHs is somewhat true.
    I do not know why APACS discontinued those VHs with similar characteristics.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...6600-NS6600-SP

    OR I am wrong! the 7700 was released before 1700???
    NS7700 is from 2006 already ...

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    Hi

    Has anyone tried the APACs Stern 909 offensive, stern 808 power or te Stern 989 agility?

    Give us a review what they are like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    NS7700 is from 2006 already ...
    Ok! it seems again it was not APACS's indigenous idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky14 View Post
    can anyone tell me more about lethal 9? or the review of lethal 9?? spefically...and also the player's experience with it??
    i have got and used lethal 9, i think this is a good racket for attacking. this racket is like a lower version of lethal 90, quite stiff but lighter than lethal 90. if you are not strong enough to use lethal 90 so better off to get lethal 9. my friend has borrowed my lethal 9 and he liked it and bought it from me. amongst lethal 8, 9 and 10, i think lethal 9 is the best.

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    oh ok thanks for the review irwan...

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    Anybody own APACS Slayer 99 can share your view?

    I am think to get a Slayer 99 or Victor SW36 or 37... Currently own a Lethal 60, thought to get a racket where I can play for all time.

    Lethal 60 is great in generate powerful smash, but it is stiff and not so responsive in defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    Lethal 60 is great in generate powerful smash, but it is stiff and not so responsive in defense.
    My defense is very solid, and out of the Lethal 60/70 (3U), Tantrum 300 (3U), Lethal Light Special (6U), I prefer the Lethal 60/70. I suppose it could be that my technique adapts well with stiff and head heavy rackets when it comes to defense.

    For attack, the Lethal 60/70 is the best for sure. I really enjoy playing with the Tantrum 300 too, but if I had to pick one racket to keep, I'd definitely go with the Lethal 60/70.

    Regardless, the Lethal 60/70 and Tantrum 300 are all amazing for both singles and doubles. Will be getting the Yonex 3U VT80 soon, so we'll see how that compares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    Anybody own APACS Slayer 99 can share your view?

    I am think to get a Slayer 99 or Victor SW36 or 37... Currently own a Lethal 60, thought to get a racket where I can play for all time.

    Lethal 60 is great in generate powerful smash, but it is stiff and not so responsive in defense.
    somebody posted a detailed review already in BC - you can check it out by searching in google

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    [QUOTE=ssj100;1684509]My defense is very solid, and out of the Lethal 60/70 (3U), Tantrum 300 (3U), Lethal Light Special (6U), I prefer the Lethal 60/70. I suppose it could be that my technique adapts well with stiff and head heavy rackets when it comes to defense.

    LLSp should be 5U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    LLSp should be 5U.
    That's what I thought too, but apacs labels it as 6U. For example:
    http://blog.badmintonbay.com/2010/07...badminton.html

    Also, it says 6U on my racket.

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