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    Hi y'all Sifus.......i m new here !!! wanna ask, which APACS is good for beginner ?? i m eyeing for LURID POWER !! Any good ??

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    go for nano 900 power

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    Nano 900 Power or Nano 9900 ? which one better ??? Thanks for the info mate !! really appreciate it !

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    nano 900 power.

    or you can try finapi 77/77-ii. its pretty good and cheap (about RM90 each). if someone offers you buy 1 get 1 free @ RM169 then negotiate for a finapi 88/80 for your second one. its stiffer for when you get better

    the ones in bold are newer by a month of so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mscvw88 View Post
    Nano 900 Power or Nano 9900 ? which one better ??? Thanks for the info mate !! really appreciate it !
    Nano 9900 is flexible compared to Nano Power 9900. So for beginners it is easy to generate power with the Nano 9900 . Nano 9900 has longer shaft but shorter wooden grip. Frame shape is identical; Nano 9900 Power has strips of copper colored paint,which look much better. Nano 9900 has identical design to the Yonex version. Both the rackets might hurt you elbow joints. To avoid that use low tension.
    Last edited by sxg2009; 12-14-2011 at 09:52 AM.

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    yeah, nano 900 power is a clone armotec 900 P (lee chong wei version). more for medium to advanced players.

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    want to ask if anyone have ever deal with shop? is the price shown here reasonable?
    http://www.sportshorizon.com/products_2013_0_0.htm

    thanks in advance....

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    So, in between Nano 900 Power/Nano9900/Lurid Power, which one is much more suitable for beginner and intermediate ?? Plan to buy one for myself and one for the kids ! Appreciate a lot for the info !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mscvw88 View Post
    So, in between Nano 900 Power/Nano9900/Lurid Power, which one is much more suitable for beginner and intermediate ?? Plan to buy one for myself and one for the kids ! Appreciate a lot for the info !
    I would personally recommend the lurid as the lurid is apacs own line of racket not a clone racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    I would personally recommend the lurid as the lurid is apacs own line of racket not a clone racket
    That's what the seller recommended me !! But there are 3 different Lurid lar.....21/22/23......which is which ?? the numbers mean anything ?? hey guys, i m really appreciate the help u guys giving to me !!

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    Default Tantrum 200

    Just got my T-200 off ebay last week . been using it for almost a week . i love the ease of it clearing shuttles from baseline since its head heavy ..but the racket weight 89g . Everytime after using it , my wrist kinda hurt. my smashes seems slower compared to using my other lighter rackets.i hope i will get use to it soon..

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    Just got my T-200 off ebay last week . been using it for almost a week . i love the ease of it clearing shuttles from baseline since its head heavy ..but the racket weight 89g . Everytime after using it , my wrist kinda hurt. my smashes seems slower compared to using my other lighter rackets.<img src="images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" smilieid="2" class="inlineimg">i hope i will get use to it soon..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mscvw88 View Post
    That's what the seller recommended me !! But there are 3 different Lurid lar.....21/22/23......which is which ?? the numbers mean anything ?? hey guys, i m really appreciate the help u guys giving to me !!
    From what I know it's the 3 diff types of Frame structure from the 3 diff lurid power models as well as the different balance point of the 3rackets.

    All 3 are 4u rackets

    All 3 are medium flex at 8.5

    All 3 are made of the same material.

    You can do a search on the Apacs website for more details


    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=143
    Lurid power 21

    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=144
    Lurid power 22

    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=145
    Lurid power 23
    Last edited by Warlock; 12-16-2011 at 12:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    From what I know it's the 3 diff types of Frame structure from the 3 diff lurid power models as well as the different balance point of the 3rackets.

    All 3 are 4u rackets

    All 3 are medium flex at 8.5

    All 3 are made of the same material.

    You can do a search on the Apacs website for more details


    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=143
    Lurid power 21

    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=144
    Lurid power 22

    http://www.apacssports.com/product_enlarge.asp?pid=145
    Lurid power 23
    WOW !! So detail..........great mate !! i will do some "research" myself !! i m really appreciate it !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mscvw88 View Post
    WOW !! So detail..........great mate !! i will do some "research" myself !! i m really appreciate it !!
    Sometimes information is just there at the touch of a few buttons, you just need to spend some time searching for it over the search engines

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbk126 View Post
    Just got my T-200 off ebay last week . been using it for almost a week . i love the ease of it clearing shuttles from baseline since its head heavy ..but the racket weight 89g . Everytime after using it , my wrist kinda hurt. my smashes seems slower compared to using my other lighter rackets.i hope i will get use to it soon..
    Why you did not try the new one T500? I heard that it has less impact shock.

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    Hehehe......just bought my first Apacs (Lurid Power 22) !! And now plan to get another one but don't know which one to go for !! Finapi 88 / Finapi 101 / Edgesaber Series / Nano Series !! Anyone here mind giving review for those models here ? I have no way to try the racquet myself because i buy it from an online store !! Pls advice ! Appreciate it very much ! Cheers

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