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    Quote Originally Posted by jaabberwocky View Post
    Thanks BlueTornado and ralph_lee for your comments. After further research, I have changed my setup to a APACS Nano 900 Power White with 22lbs. I feel that this setup will give me the easiest time now, and can accomodate me as I start to improve.
    Glad to hear!

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    bad batch?

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    is there a chart for apacs ? I'm looking for a new racquet and I dont know anything about apacs

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvin316 View Post
    is there a chart for apacs ? I'm looking for a new racquet and I dont know anything about apacs
    Simple rule of thumb:

    Apacs - LESS THAN RM200 - it is a clone of either Yonex, Victor or Li-Ning.
    Apacs - MORE THAN RM200 - that will be their own "HIGH-END" original brand like Tantrum series.

    Apacs "clones" - from what I heard, it is a "hit-and-miss" affair dependng on your luck but 9/10 times OK.

    Apacs "HIGH END" - really nice esp Tantrum 200 but I am Yonex Cab20 die-hard , although I have tried playing with a number of them.
    Last edited by maxout; 10-17-2012 at 07:51 PM.

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    check from the below website from page 1-3 are the high end racket.

    http://www.apacssports.com/products.asp?cid=13

    you can compare the price from the below website
    http://badmintonbay.com/

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    Clone with the right spec will be suitable for those on budget

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    Need help in choosing racket. I am a intermediate player more inclined to attacking/offensive play, looking for a moderate and slight head heavy racket for doubles/singles usage. I have tried tantrum 200 the feel is solid and great and now i am a fan of it. Previous racket MP99

    Apacs Tantrum 200, 500
    Apacs Lethal 70, 110
    Apacs Slayer 99

    Your help will be deeply appreciated.

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    if you want more head heavy racket, you should consider Tantrum 500 or Lethal 70. they are good and powerful attacking rackets. i am not sure about lethal 110 as it is a new racket.

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    hi

    I am looking for:
    1) APACS power concept 1110 (golld/yellow). are these still available?
    2) which other APACS racket is long shaft?
    3) any long shaft with slight head heavy?

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwan_kho View Post
    if you want more head heavy racket, you should consider Tantrum 500 or Lethal 70. they are good and powerful attacking rackets. i am not sure about lethal 110 as it is a new racket.
    Both racket stiff? What do you think about the tantrum 200?

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    lethal 70 is stiff and tantrum 500 is flexible but they both are head heavy. if you want the stiffer racket, lethal 90 is good to consider. i have tantrum 200, it's a even balanced racket and easy to use. for the power, of course T500 and L70 is more powerful than T200

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    Whats the tantrum 300 like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwan_kho View Post
    lethal 70 is stiff and tantrum 500 is flexible but they both are head heavy. if you want the stiffer racket, lethal 90 is good to consider. i have tantrum 200, it's a even balanced racket and easy to use. for the power, of course T500 and L70 is more powerful than T200
    How about Slayer 99 and Lethal 110? So your advice will be getting the T500 and L70 for power and T200 for balance and easy to use. For the T200 is a forgiving racket easy to use is true as what you said.

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    where have the APACS fan all gone to

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    I tried the l70, T500, Slayer99, lethal90 and T200.
    I'd say the Lethal70 is quite taxing to use, it's not an easy-going racket (stiff and headheavy) You can get good power from it.
    The T500 is a lot easier to play with, the thinner and more flexible shaft make it easier to generate good power, balance and weight are (for my rackets) identical to the L70.
    The T200 is a more steady racket, ease of use like the t500, but more even balanced and stiff.

    Then the slayer99 and lehal90, I don't know what to make of them. The aerodynamic headshape makes them play completely different than the others. The slayer99 is quite solid, it's heavier than the T200, but swings slightly quicker, I couldn't get used to the even-balance though.
    Almost the same goes for the L90, it's quick a hits nicely, the head heavieness is nice, but this quick 3U frame hits like a 4U; not for me.

    I conclusion, I picked the t500 because it's nice and attacking, but feels easy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    I tried the l70, T500, Slayer99, lethal90 and T200.
    I'd say the Lethal70 is quite taxing to use, it's not an easy-going racket (stiff and headheavy) You can get good power from it.
    The T500 is a lot easier to play with, the thinner and more flexible shaft make it easier to generate good power, balance and weight are (for my rackets) identical to the L70.
    The T200 is a more steady racket, ease of use like the t500, but more even balanced and stiff.

    Then the slayer99 and lehal90, I don't know what to make of them. The aerodynamic headshape makes them play completely different than the others. The slayer99 is quite solid, it's heavier than the T200, but swings slightly quicker, I couldn't get used to the even-balance though.
    Almost the same goes for the L90, it's quick a hits nicely, the head heavieness is nice, but this quick 3U frame hits like a 4U; not for me.

    I conclusion, I picked the t500 because it's nice and attacking, but feels easy to use.
    Are you the same type of player like me? Need help in choosing racket. I am a intermediate player more inclined to attacking/offensive play, looking for a moderate and slight head heavy racket for doubles/singles usage. I have tried tantrum 200 the feel is solid and great and now i am a fan of it. Previous racket MP99


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    actually the slayer 99 and lethal 90 have the similar head shape to make them swing faster. if you need to a better defend so these rackets are good to use. if you have used MP99, so you should consider T200 or T500.

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