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Thread: Does anyone know Kason?
02-24-2007, 09:11 AM #35Originally Posted by Hitman71
Carbon 7.0 (head light balance and a light racket) - RM160
TSF98ti (never tried before but it felt flexible at the shop) - RM200
All the prices are before discount, my friend bought the Carbon 7.0 for RM160-20% discount with the kason coupon that he got.
02-24-2007, 12:00 PM #36
i got a Kason shirt
02-25-2007, 06:08 AM #37Originally Posted by jas1121
Thanks, I'm looking for the Carvel U3/U4 or Lepton F1/F2 series. This rackets is recommended as a good beginner racket or for casual play. Lightweight & flexible I think.
02-26-2007, 09:04 AM #38
I personally have carvel U3..it's good for defense.Yup..if u're a beginner..that would be a great choice.But too bad that it couldnt strung at high tension.Kason's pro choice is a great mix..
02-26-2007, 03:26 PM #39
I have Kason Carbon 5.0 racket. I only play double, it is a great racket for double game. Light weight for good defense and also good power for smash. I would definetely recommed this racket for double game.
02-27-2007, 04:37 AM #40
Wow..thx shamoon.Great input.Never seen Carbon 5.0 here though..n i think kason or other chinese company rarely made a specific double racket.
03-01-2007, 07:14 AM #41Originally Posted by Hitman71
03-01-2007, 09:20 AM #42Originally Posted by jas1121
03-02-2007, 11:39 AM #43
That's not bad.But try to ask for some discount..
03-13-2007, 01:18 PM #44
Dear kason users,u can post ur serial here or the thread "Post ur kason serial numbers here" in the equipment forum.
Hope it'll be useful.
03-13-2007, 01:39 PM #45
I finally bought TSF300A,havent tried to play with it yet..hehe,just cant wait.
Here's some pics of it
03-14-2007, 02:37 AM #46
nice racquet Smichz.
Let us know what you think later.
Also, how far around to those curved bumps go around the head?
i'm curious as to whether the design produces more drag on the head...
03-14-2007, 05:47 AM #47
Here's more pics of it.U can see it quite clear from this side.More like a small 180 degree.
What do u mean more drag on the head?What i know is it's design to hold string tensions,and it's head heavy..
03-14-2007, 09:45 AM #48
I heard SOME Kason racket frames crack easily.. some of my friends who use high tension strings experienced that..
03-15-2007, 10:22 AM #49
Well..just like yonex then.Their frames doesnt really hold high tension as well.Only the JP version can hold high tensions..but in this case,kason still gives a tolerancy for users who wanted to string it higher than the suggested tension,which approx 3 lbs..with a valid 6 months guarantee.Unlike yonex..if u string it higher than the suggested tension,then the guarantee will be invalid.
But if u want those which can hold higher tension,best if u take TSF series..they are for junior chinese player,i guess they can hold higher tension.Btw,how high is the tension u mean?Like 30LBS?Or just 25 lbs something?
Besides,i have 3 kason rackets,n i found out that the paint really last longer than any other rackets.Esp yonex..preety damn pity for rackets that cost much more than TSFs but broke preety easy.Mentioning about quality..kason rackets r not even worse than yonex..
03-27-2007, 05:25 AM #50
I'm thinking of going for a Kason TSF 300A and have seen 2 for sale on Ebay here in the UK by different sellers, however, one says the grip is NG5? (should that be G5?) while the other states no grip size .
Can anyone here please tell me if the Kason TSF 300A is available in a G2/G3 larger grip size? and if so, does anyone know where I can get one from here in the UK?
Many Thanks, folks
03-27-2007, 12:12 PM #51
NG5 is equal to G4 in yonex.
But I am not sure about the availability of other size though.
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