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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz
    Good point there,but i dont wish that there'll be more of this happening to us.Let it just be only tulsamac who ever suffered this.JK!!
    Let's all of us hope n pray that tulsamac will get a new perfectly manufactured TSF300A in return!
    I hope this doesn't happen to anyone else who decides to purchase a TSF300A too, and if my analysis of the broken racket is correct, then it will be proven to be a manufacturing fault and I'll get a new one, forget about this 'bad' one and get on with playing.

    As it stands at the moment, my TSF300A has been sent to the UK Kason Representitive via the retailer I bought it from so he can take a look at the break, I'll keep you posted of the outcome.

    In addition, isn't it Batman who uses the phrase "Holy Cow!" not Superman?

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    Good luck for u,Tulsamac!

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    Quote Originally Posted by david07
    If i get a good Kason racket, I'll only use it with my actual partner that I play in competition with. So those are the only three? They're all rated for amatures... I'm not an amature lol, been playing for four years competitive.
    Then u can choose TSF series,even though they're not specially for doubles,cos the stiffness n d balance should be fit u good,as it's for intermediate to pros.If it's ok for u to take d risk of clashing ur racket,then TSF300A is kewl.Just not for me,since in my group,ppl keeps changing partners.

    Good luck!

    http://kason.com.cn/en/list_cat.asp?CAT_ID=29

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    Just send those broken Kason rackets for replacement... The factory will replace them regardless the reason...

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    Result!

    Sent my broken TSF300A yesterday and I've just received an email to say there's a new one in the post on it's way to me.

    Will post the serial numbers when I get my hands on it.

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    NICE!!!!Hope this one's for real!Kind of envy u though.I had to wait for at least 2 weeks just for them to repair the cracked cone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawnmoon
    Just send those broken Kason rackets for replacement... The factory will replace them regardless the reason...
    Depends.Will u do so if u're them?Then ppl can easily break their used rackets for new ones.There must be some conditions that has to be considered by the factory to replace broken rackets..

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    Congrats to tulsamac for getting his replacement in no time..

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    My Great news is that 2 of my friends also bought the carbon series.The 3 of us has each 1.0,2.0,3.0..About the serial number,i'll try to ask for it from them.

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    Bought a piece of Kason Stream 8.3 yesterday, any member has try this before ?

    My initial plan is to get either the TSF-98, 100 or the hot stuff 300A but these model still not available in Malaysia.

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    Hehe..i havent tried that yet.So,how does it feel?What string did u choose,n what's the tension?

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    I dont think the shoes r meant for badminton play..
    Last edited by Smichz; 04-25-2007 at 09:51 AM.

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    Has anyone here tried Kason P-75 string?What tension,n how does it feel?

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    Finally my TSF300A goes down after a 30lbs attempt..the break happends at 1 o'clock position.I just bought it for less than 2 months..first strung was at 25lbs,then i wanted to try 30lbs.I strung it at yonex's retail store..with a bg66.Everything went good,till the finishing knot,suddenly there's "crack" sound.OMG.

    I didnt strung it at the kason retail store since they're quite annoying when ppl wanted to strung at high tension.They question ur power of being able to play at such a high tension or not.Besides,yonex store got the computerized stringing machine,n kason didnt,n also the yonex stringer is also a friend of mine.I just wanna make sure it's exactly the tension i wanted.So,after that accident happend,i finally returned the racket to the kason's store,by saying that i was attempting for a 28 lbs.Hope that they didnt find out,since the tension left on the racket was not more than 25,i guess..so,I just hope that they can give me some good feedback.

    (The suggested tension written on the sticker is to 24,but on the advertisement poster,it's written can hold up to 30 lbs.Besides,i asked the kason boss when i bought the racket about its ability to hold tension,up to 28-30..he said no problem..)

    Btw,anyone here knows how they measure the tension back in the factory?
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    So the man that posted the "Yonex sucks because its well known indurability??" thread ... finds out non-Yonex racket can break as well ;-)

    BTW using electronic stringers like babolat, etc that compensates for knots etc gives you "real" 30lbs..

    Hope You get them to replace it! Maybe it was some structual damage on that piece.. maybe the next one will survive

    /Twobeer

    P.S. could you post a picture of it.. Would be interesting to se where and how it broke. D.S.

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    Maybe it was not the rackets fault but the evil Yonex stringing machine

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    we dunno yet..The kason retailer have send it to the factory already,but,the way the kason retailer told me about it's the yonex's responsibility,i had some thoughts in mind already.The yonex's stringer told me to relax..as he would compensate,but i wonder,can he compensate the whole value?
    I still remember though..that the stringing machine did the 30lbs like a manual stringing's 28lbs..so the stringer said,how bout going up,i said,cool..at first,30lbs begins from the bottom..from the sweet spot it goes up to 32lbs..then i guess the stringer forgot to turn the tension lower..then.."Crack"..

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