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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    stiff racket will need more wrist power to generate power??
    Not quite. Stiff rackets usually mean that the racket returns to it's original flex or whatever faster. So depending on the swing, you'll need to adjust the wrist power accordingly. Hope I got that right myself.

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    If you use your wrist to generate 'more' power when you smash, your wrist wont last long.

    The concept of a powerful shot is all about the speed of your swing and finding where is the center of your swing arc(usually that's your shoulder, sometimes it can be your waist). basically hitting further away from the center couple with faster swing you get more power.

    Your wrist movement is only for control play eg net play and such.

    Stiffer rackets eliminates vibration faster after hit and at initial swing.
    generally in an exaggerate view you dont want to hit something with a wobbly bat.
    With high stiffness racket , you left only string tension as the only variable in your power play.

    In laymen terms, micro vibration is bad, It introduce inconsistency. And most importantly the image from cartoons or slow mo video where racket seems to arc forever until they are hit will not happen in real life.

    This is also the design factor for tennis racket. to eliminate vibrations/warping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    ooo..thx for the info hoiboy... i think i also will going to vh1800 ... since the price have a distance...and i dun think a RM100+ racket performence will be better than a RM200+...sure the technology will be different rite?

    Hock Eng sports at bandar baru bangi seksyen15 Jln15/1 has full range of Apacs, fully stocked too.

    Just bought myself a Vh1800 there w/o string/grips for RM170 comes with a double compartment stock bag.

    Easiest way to get there is by taking komuter to UKM stn and take a cab there,usually charges rm8 and only takes 5mins to reach there.

    If by car, from city take southbound Seremban highway exit at Bangi toll. seksyen 15 is just after the first roundabout(exit at 12 o'clock) on your right side. There's a Petronas station which you can't miss. Jln 15/1 is just after Petronas from the other direction.
    Last edited by cede1975; 09-27-2008 at 11:39 AM. Reason: N.A

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    waa cheap price rm170 include big bag? the bag brand also apacs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    and hoiboy ... 3U and 4U weight different alot?? just scared VH1800 will make my hand tired easily =.=
    I personally like 3U a lot better. 4U is kind of light for me, not much power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrizacs View Post
    waa cheap price rm170 include big bag? the bag brand also apacs?
    Yepp apacs 'huge' bag. Rm170 is the price without string and grip.

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    RM170 + string RM20 + grip = almost RM200 .. but stil cheap enough

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    The Apacs Nano Comfort 1001 giving me problem now. The rubber on the grommet starting crack and drop out.. I wonder can claim for warranty or not. Just bought it not more that 1 month and only used not more that 10 games.. Anyone using that racket before? Izit so fragile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singchaii View Post
    The Apacs Nano Comfort 1001 giving me problem now. The rubber on the grommet starting crack and drop out.. I wonder can claim for warranty or not. Just bought it not more that 1 month and only used not more that 10 games.. Anyone using that racket before? Izit so fragile?
    Grommet can be changed by your local stringer easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by id0101 View Post
    Grommet can be changed by your local stringer easily.
    I mean the yellow rubber gromemet.. Can be change also? Because the yellow rubber is droping out while the transparent gromment still there. Izit still able to be change? But, if need to change every months, that not fun.

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    Ya! The yellow rubber that you referring is U-Shape grommet. It can be changed. Provided your local stringer have this type of grommet

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    Quote Originally Posted by id0101 View Post
    Ya! The yellow rubber that you referring is U-Shape grommet. It can be changed. Provided your local stringer have this type of grommet
    When change, it need to cut off the string? I wonder if I remove that yellow rubber, it will affect the racket or not. Cause it really look so fragile. Scare might break again after changing a new 1.. Next time I will not going to get any fancy racket.. Learn from the mistake.

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    lol...it can be change....and the black colour also can be change...if u are often restring ur racket... u need to change it every 5 time stringing if no wrong....that is wat my fren told me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    lol...it can be change....and the black colour also can be change...if u are often restring ur racket... u need to change it every 5 time stringing if no wrong....that is wat my fren told me....
    But that racket, I just bought it and only strung for the first time.. I wonder can I take back to the shop, and change other racket.. Some more the rubber really so soft. If I make the tension higher, I believe it cut the rubber more fast.

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    Mybadmintonstore has those rubber plastic grommets if you need them.

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...roducts_id=380

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    Has anyone tried Lethal 50 or Tantrum 200 ?? i cant find any review bout this type ......

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    Default Racquet can hold high tension.

    Hi everyone,

    I need some information on racquet that can hold high tension of 32lbs.
    Currently I am using Apac Edge Saber 10 = 28lbs. (indicated < 30lbs)
    Since never try at high tension, now curiously intend to try @ 32lbs.
    This is merely high tension feels for the lifetime.
    And also which stringer really can do up to 32lbs.
    Any feedback for my little request is highly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.

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