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Thread: APACS fan club
09-22-2011, 08:58 AM #4523
okay~ thanks a lot. I found it.
09-22-2011, 11:52 PM #4524
09-23-2011, 02:18 AM #4525
Hi guys, which shop in Singapore offers a good price for Apacs Rackets? plan to try out this VH2000/2020....Thanks in Advance.
09-24-2011, 10:47 PM #4526
Not avail in singapore for these 2 models.
09-25-2011, 11:08 AM #4527
anyone tried the slayer 220 racket before? need to know if its a better racket than the edgesabre 10.
10-01-2011, 08:00 PM #4528
Yonex Nanoray RP/ FP vs VH1700/2000
Structurally they are somewhat similar.... well now APACS should promote the VH into business with some better materials. I think VHs has better choice for players who like head heavy + swiftness (aerodynamics frame) in double games.
10-04-2011, 04:46 PM #4529
Apacs store in Seremban?
Does anyone know of any Apacs store, retail or distributore in Seremban?
If you do, could you let me know where they are?
10-05-2011, 12:54 AM #4530
Hi Apacs Fans,
I am newly registered here and would like to get some suggestions/recommendations on which racket to get next. I was using Tantrum200 before it was broken. Really loved the T200 and gained trust in the Apacs brand quality.
Now, I was thinking of getting the T200 again but I saw that most sites are now selling T300 around the same price. Would someone give me some idea on whether to get T200 again or T300?
Are they really similar, I tried searching for comparisons but most people who 'compared'/review them do not own both rackets to actually compare?
Any suggestions on my next racket from Apacs? Thanks
10-05-2011, 05:16 AM #4531
For Tantrum T300 review
Antony didn't have the chance to review T200, so he wouldn't know how good it is.
As far as differences is concerned, you may read this artilcle by Staiger
"there has been alot of talk about the similarity between the two rackets, therefore I decided to e-mail Apacs Canada and they replied ......
Yes, there is a difference on T200 and T300. T300 using higher compression pressure during manufacturing. It give racket higher density and it is a bit more heavier than T200. T300 usually stay at the high side of 3U, around 88-90gm. Max tension go up to 35lb instead of 30lb. That’s why it should not have 4U T300"
I also received similar feedback from Apacs Canada.
Personally, I have never used T200 myself, I do have T300 and been using it for a year now. Love it. That said, I just got myself a Lethal70 as this is another good option (head heavy, offensive play).
Don't want to confuse you even more, you heard Tantrum T500 is available soon?
Keep that in mind.
10-05-2011, 05:35 AM #4532
Thanks for the reply! Yeah I saw the T500 previews but it says that it is made with medium flex shaft? Probably very different in terms of feeling to the T200 and T300. Either way thanks for your post. Much appreciated.
Btw you said T500 would be out soon, does anyone have an idea on that? I have no racket to play badminton with at the moment :'((
10-05-2011, 06:34 AM #4533
10-08-2011, 09:12 PM #4534
Yeah.. I'm waiting to look at the T500.. haha sounds like Terminator models here.. Also the Finapi 88 is supposed to be a clone of the Yonex Voltric 80..this is Lee Chong Wei's racket right? Whats the specs of this racket? the finapi 88 is it head heavy?
10-09-2011, 02:57 AM #4535
May I know is there any recommendation for apacs racquet that is similar to yonex Ti-10? I am a lover of Ti-10 but would like to source for a cheaper alternative.
10-09-2011, 06:28 AM #4536
i saw a apacs finapi 80 and 88, r both the same thing (spelling mistake) or different model?
10-09-2011, 08:45 AM #4537
I live in the South Bay still in Northern California.
They are the only APACS distributor I know in the US.
10-09-2011, 09:39 AM #4538
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