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    Just got the tantrum 200 and 500...the green in the t200 looks sweet

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    Anybody got any reviews on the howler series?

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    Default Voltic 80 (3U) vs VH2000

    May be it is a comparison between exotic pomegranate and ordinary orange, but I could not stop posting about my to-go VH1700/2000 vs. Yonex VT80. I just got my VT80 (3U, G4) yesterday and played 7-8 games. In every game, I got on an average of ~ 10 extra points so easily that I never thought of it. I have to say VT80 is not just a racket. It has something that is making me feel that I have an extended arm. It far more head heady but that is not causing any problem. Surprisingly VT 80 has faster and accurate response. It is a clear winner. But still for perfomance / $ one gets, the VH2000 can easily be in the 3rd place; I would still say VH2000 is the BVFM for offensive style of play. However, I felt T200 can be the runners up.

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    I have a question about Apacs Shoe's. They have the Pro-line and the Cushion Power-line.
    According to http://www.apacssports.com/products.asp?cid=36&page=1
    You have the Pro 650, 695, 700, 705 and 725.
    And then there're the CP 326, 327, 328, 630, 645 and 646.

    Is there anybody who tried on these shoes? How is the fit? I currently wear SHB102's in size 46 (30cm) so I'm at the maximum-size-range for apacs according to their site. Which would you recommend?

    (also, I don't mind they don't have the gripclaws except for the pro700, I wore shb85's and 91's before)

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    HI Sxg2009,
    have you tried T500? it's really a good racket, hopefully it can be your first one. haha


    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    May be it is a comparison between exotic pomegranate and ordinary orange, but I could not stop posting about my to-go VH1700/2000 vs. Yonex VT80. I just got my VT80 (3U, G4) yesterday and played 7-8 games. In every game, I got on an average of ~ 10 extra points so easily that I never thought of it. I have to say VT80 is not just a racket. It has something that is making me feel that I have an extended arm. It far more head heady but that is not causing any problem. Surprisingly VT 80 has faster and accurate response. It is a clear winner. But still for perfomance / $ one gets, the VH2000 can easily be in the 3rd place; I would still say VH2000 is the BVFM for offensive style of play. However, I felt T200 can be the runners up.

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    HI Jerby,

    you should try cushion power 328, it looks so good. i have been wearing the Apacs shoes and they are okay. i have tried Apacs Pro 695 and 700.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    I have a question about Apacs Shoe's. They have the Pro-line and the Cushion Power-line.
    According to http://www.apacssports.com/products.asp?cid=36&page=1
    You have the Pro 650, 695, 700, 705 and 725.
    And then there're the CP 326, 327, 328, 630, 645 and 646.

    Is there anybody who tried on these shoes? How is the fit? I currently wear SHB102's in size 46 (30cm) so I'm at the maximum-size-range for apacs according to their site. Which would you recommend?

    (also, I don't mind they don't have the gripclaws except for the pro700, I wore shb85's and 91's before)

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwan_kho View Post
    HI Sxg2009,
    have you tried T500? it's really a good racket, hopefully it can be your first one. haha
    Heard about it. How did you like it compare to T200? Any improvement in its aerodynamics? Here I have to buy to try !! Too many rackets at home. I think I am going to stick to T200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    Just got the tantrum 200 and 500...the green in the t200 looks sweet
    would be great to see some photos of T500!

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    i bought T200 and T500 at the same time. i have used T500 first then i don't want to change any others rackets. it's good, less vibration.

    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    Heard about it. How did you like it compare to T200? Any improvement in its aerodynamics? Here I have to buy to try !! Too many rackets at home. I think I am going to stick to T200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    Heard about it. How did you like it compare to T200? Any improvement in its aerodynamics? Here I have to buy to try !! Too many rackets at home. I think I am going to stick to T200.
    T500 is has a thinner shaft and frame, but no where as close as how thin the new finapi and tweet series.

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    i can't find apacs nano fusion 68 in the apacssports website. is it another name in the website??

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    Is there any review on apacs super light II ? is a 5U racket...thinking to give it a try for light racket...need some comment about it.. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanwong76 View Post
    Is there any review on apacs super light II ? is a 5U racket...thinking to give it a try for light racket...need some comment about it.. Thanks
    If u really want light go for the featherweight 200...it's 7u...I have one and it's really good to use after you played a 3/4u for a few games

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    finally now im a official member of this fans club for having my Lethal 70 from SG... this racket is totally different from my Flexible Sierra II Triple Threat, i hope this work for me ~

    Lethal 70
    Tension: 30lbs
    Grip: Wilson Hybrid

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    nice Remix, you have finally got the lethal 70.

    Quote Originally Posted by remix View Post
    finally now im a official member of this fans club for having my Lethal 70 from SG... this racket is totally different from my Flexible Sierra II Triple Threat, i hope this work for me ~

    Lethal 70
    Tension: 30lbs
    Grip: Wilson Hybrid

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    May be it is a comparison between exotic pomegranate and ordinary orange, but I could not stop posting about my to-go VH1700/2000 vs. Yonex VT80. I just got my VT80 (3U, G4) yesterday and played 7-8 games. In every game, I got on an average of ~ 10 extra points so easily that I never thought of it. I have to say VT80 is not just a racket. It has something that is making me feel that I have an extended arm. It far more head heady but that is not causing any problem. Surprisingly VT 80 has faster and accurate response. It is a clear winner. But still for perfomance / $ one gets, the VH2000 can easily be in the 3rd place; I would still say VH2000 is the BVFM for offensive style of play. However, I felt T200 can be the runners up.
    So does T200 have more power than VH2000?

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    I get more power from VH2000, because it is more head heavy and aerodynamic –I can swing the racket faster and generate lots of power. It also dampens quite of lot of the impact shock - so overall I can play smashes after smashes in an attacking rally effortlessly . But I feel that it is somehow difficult to change the pace of a game with VH2000 racket – it becomes monotonous. T200 frame shape is less aerodynamic, but the box type frame is made for extreme power; it can generate lots of power , sometime more that VH2000. But I think (for me) the frame shape eats up some energy every time I lift the racket and go for powerful smash. Additionally T200 does not dampen impact shock. I tend to have elbow and shoulder ache if I play hard. That is my experience. I should say one can entertain the spectator with T200, but not that much with the VH2000. But if you want effortless smash with a head heavy aerodynamic racket and get points, VH2000 will be the right choice. Now you can see that “Irwan_kho” said he got the new T500. It has less impact shock and the shaft is also slim. I think it will be much better than T200 and VH2000 for a power play as well as better control of the court.


    Quote Originally Posted by firearc View Post
    So does T200 have more power than VH2000?
    Last edited by sxg2009; 12-11-2011 at 10:13 PM.

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