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    Hmmm, I think my friend paid lower than that in JB. Rm$170 ? I remember convert to Singapore $ not more than 80 for two.

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    Yah, that's the standard price.. I bought in JB, for RM164 racquets only, then with two acepower grips and one BG80, one BG66 came up to RM 206

    Edit: btw, i bought ES10 and Nano900 Power Also!!! What a coincidence! I love the Nano 900 Power...

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    Nano900power really so good? Haha. I see many apacs nano900power praise that racket.. As for me, I like nano900power too.. I tot is because I bought it, so I must like it. But after all, I see other people review also the same. The thing which I confuse is, between nano900power white and red, izit is the same? Only the colour shceme is different right? Cause I play with nano900 red, it exactly same feel with my white nano900.

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    Default APACS racket review

    Hi hellojeffo,

    Thanks for the feedback. That is very good & informative & if more others contribute too, we can all study & enjoy the share experiences.

    Would you say it is an even balance racket or head heavy?
    Does enlarging he grib change the balence on the racket?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by singchaii View Post
    Nano900power really so good? Haha. I see many apacs nano900power praise that racket.. As for me, I like nano900power too.. I tot is because I bought it, so I must like it. But after all, I see other people review also the same. The thing which I confuse is, between nano900power white and red, izit is the same? Only the colour shceme is different right? Cause I play with nano900 red, it exactly same feel with my white nano900.
    Haha, i think if you are good enough, can feel slight difference... but I also dun feel any difference LOL
    The red one has a box frame, and obviously it's red... and head heavy
    The white one has the 'aerodynamic' frame... more like wings... and obviously is white.. and i feel less head heavy... I think next month maybe i will get another pair of nano900power hahaha... it's affordable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skanbuzz View Post
    Hi hellojeffo,

    Thanks for the feedback. That is very good & informative & if more others contribute too, we can all study & enjoy the share experiences.

    Would you say it is an even balance racket or head heavy?
    Does enlarging he grib change the balence on the racket?

    Thanks
    Not a problem mate!

    Well, it is head heavy, and pretty obvious at that. The racquet is a little too light for my liking though, but for the price and considering the fact I am just a recreational player, it feels good enough for me!

    I do have two overgrips on it, and it did seem to alter the balance VERY slightly, I can still feel the head-heaviness... But I think this racquet is awesome for smashing, if you have good wrist power!

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    Hi hellojeffo,

    Thanks
    That is exactly why I think a review table will be most helpful and if all fans just insert their comments there , we can all share.for those who say have the Yonex rackets as well, maybe they can sort of give their comment on the comparison.

    The overgrib etc can be inserted too so future buyers can make their own asseessment based on info provided.

    Thanks APACS fans*****

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    Hi all,
    Another item we can add to the list for those who will be reviewing:
    21) Your numbers of years playing or level (eg 10yrs & intermediate):

    Thanks

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    thanks guys for the feedback. need it and one more thing, nano900power is the best rather than the es10. after use both of them, i think its worth for money. thanks u so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellojeffo View Post
    Haha, i think if you are good enough, can feel slight difference... but I also dun feel any difference LOL
    The red one has a box frame, and obviously it's red... and head heavy
    The white one has the 'aerodynamic' frame... more like wings... and obviously is white.. and i feel less head heavy... I think next month maybe i will get another pair of nano900power hahaha... it's affordable!
    I also gonna to get another nano900power.. Hehe... It worth for money to me.

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    Default nano900 power (red/white)

    i'm also have both nano900 power red n white. both tide up with string on same tension 26lbs, but different string size, 0.70mm & 0.66mm. same grip size 3UG4.
    the red nano is really a head heavy recquet, and perform a very sharp smash, offencesive move; the white nano is good on controlling the shuttlecock, drop shot, net ball, defensive move.
    i always switch using the 2 racquet during my game, so that i can clearly know the difference btw them.
    i do felt the string size (0.70mm or 0.66mm) may effect the different power althought they r tide up with same tension. anyone of you mind to share some expereince??

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    if compared AMP 90 and Nano 900 power..which have more head heavier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmourAce1000 View Post
    i do felt the string size (0.70mm or 0.66mm) may effect the different power althought they r tide up with same tension. anyone of you mind to share some expereince??
    Yes, the string gauge does affect a lot. The thinner strings say 0.66mm, feels 'sharp' and has a good repulsion to it generally. I also like the sound it generates. Being thinner, i feel it allows me to slice better, and i feel i can make the shuttle tumble a little more during net play.

    thicker gauge strings, I have no idea, but I think it will have less repulsion and feel. You won't be able to feel or control the ball as well I think, but if you're pro, you can play good with any strings hah!

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    so anyone can compared the head heavier between amp90 and nano 900 power (red) ?

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    I think this question last time had a member ask... AMP90 is more head heavier. Need some member to clarify about this.

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    AMP90 head heavier, shaft stiffer due to "50-tonne HMG"

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    Hi,

    What does "50 tonne HMG" signicants have on the shaft?
    Could you explain?
    Does it mean it is firmer so need good arm/wrist to generate power?
    Is the racket shaft amde of less tonne HMG means it is less stiff?

    Thanks

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