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    Hi everyone i own finapi 88, foray 300
    Had Lethal 9, nano 900 (red)

    Foray - it is too light but good for beginners 7/10
    Finapi 88 - Pretty balance, worth for the price 8.5/10
    Lethal 9 - Head Heavy, gets alot of power 8.5/10
    Nano 900 - Played only abit but i think the lethal 9 is way better
    and i would prefer buying the finapi 88 > Nano 900.

    HAS ANYONE TRIED THE LETHAL 15 from sportshorizon?

    Feel free to ask me questions.

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    In the past I used to play with Tantrum 200, Lethal 50 and 60, Visible Hollow 2100 and the best was Lethal series. Now I'm playing with RKEP 9000PRO but I want to know what is good nowadays in 86g and 295BP (head heavy) with a slim head frame and octaframe (isometric)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightSaber View Post
    if you're looking for lethal series, go for higher end. L60/L90/L100/ the new L110. they are good for heavy smashing. Among those, i've tried L60... good fro smashing indeed but i still prefer my T200.

    had a chance to play with YY ARC10 which have similar spec (even balance, stiff shaft) with T200. ARC 10 feels more solid and a little bit heavier than T200. IMO, T200 can really challenge ARC10 in every aspect except, drop shot, ARC10 is excellent in this department.

    But value for money, T200 still the best. the price is 1/3 cheaper than an ARC10.

    In brunei arc10 is just double the price of T200,roughly bnd 240 - 260 whereas the t200 i ordered from ebay costs $140+
    i just broke my t200 , do u guys suggest i should get arc 10 or t300 or t500 ?
    i love my t200 a lot especially during smashes n baseline clearance ...but my defense kinda sux n i cant really lift far enough when people smashed at me .

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    If money is not an issue, the go for the ARC 10 or the new one, Arc 11

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    ok i jz tried the arc 10 feels heavier n stiffer than t200 a lot..
    i think i might order lethal 90 and tantrum 500 ...just add $60 from the price of arc 10
    just saw the lethal 100 today ..it costs $235 ! any reviews on it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbk126 View Post
    ok i jz tried the arc 10 feels heavier n stiffer than t200 a lot..
    i think i might order lethal 90 and tantrum 500 ...just add $60 from the price of arc 10
    just saw the lethal 100 today ..it costs $235 ! any reviews on it ?
    just add $60 from the price of arc 10?. Man...is that the genuine arc10 you tried? Arc10 will cost you more than T200 maybe 3 times.

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    Arc 10 cost twice the T200

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    in brunei apacs is more expensive compared to other countries , whereas yonex is cheaper ...the arc 10 red costs about 210-230 since its an old model whereas the lethal 90 is sold for $190.
    i've already decided to order from ebay my apacs save a lot !

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    Apacs is expensive here coz they want to give discount. I think it just the RRP price

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    Hello! I am new to this forum (this is my first post!), and I was curious what people thought of the Nano Fusion Speed 722 racket? I see a lot of pages here, and I am most confident this racket has been discussed before, but I did not feel like reading over 300 pages to find this info...
    For those wondering, I am an intermediate player at best, I play with a Badminton Club here that does have players that have played in bigger tournaments in the States, as well as the Arctic Winter Games. I play doubles almost exclusively. I have played for a long time, but I just love the sport and have no aspirations of being a pro-level player. But I do like having decent gear. lol. Look forward to hearing what you guys (and gals) have to say!

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    Generally any replica made by Apacs isn't as good as its original line. For example the Tantrum 200 is regarded as one of Apacs best rackets. Go to the Apacs website: http://www.apacssports.com/ and research each racket you're interested in and read the specs. You'll notice that most rackets will have the same specifications.

    The thing I like most about the Tantrum 200 is that it's even balanced. The only worry you might have is the stiffness, but you'll get used to it if you play often.

    For example Lethal 60/70 has identical specs, down to the frame type (Armor Power), as the Tweet 8000. So why does the Tweet 8000 cost ~US$20 more? Who knows, lol.

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    I have looked at those specs, but I was looking for feedback from those who have actually played with the Nano Speed 722. :-)
    My initial thought is that it is the kind of racket me and my level of play (not extremely high, as I mentioned before) is looking for.
    I wanted something lighter with a less head heavy balance, which the NS722 seems to cover. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBEdrummerAK View Post
    I have looked at those specs, but I was looking for feedback from those who have actually played with the Nano Speed 722. :-)
    My initial thought is that it is the kind of racket me and my level of play (not extremely high, as I mentioned before) is looking for.
    I wanted something lighter with a less head heavy balance, which the NS722 seems to cover. haha
    You can try the foray 300 , it is quite a good all rounder racket actually , except it is quite light to give powerful smashes ..

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    I have plenty of arm and wrist strength (drummer and working out, on top of heavy lifting jobs..lol), so I'm not worried about my smashes. I specifically wanted something that offers less wear and tear on my shoulder, so a lighter racket at moderate string tension (23lbs or so?) would work for me. I don't recover as fast from simple injuries, so I'm looking to change things up. My main racket is currently a Carlton Rassmusson Airblade from some years back. I LOVE the racket, but its fairly top heavy, and I feel it! more now. Thank you guys for the input so far!

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    What are your guys' opinions on the Slayer 88/99 and the Lethal 70?

    Also how do I tell if an apacs racket is fake?

    Thanks

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    Dunno if there are fake imitation apacs rackets... You would probably do well to find one

    I have lethal 70 and it is very good, great power but might hurt your shoulder if you aren't used to stiff head heavy rackets

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    is apacs racket made in china?

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