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    Hi Shmiz,

    I have the Kason Ventus:

    EA0735KO which I guess means 2005 Jan, 735th from Korea.

    Paid 30

    I have the Kason TSF200:

    GD1233UK which I guess means 2007 April, 1204th UK

    And another Kason TSF200:

    GD1233UK which I guess means 2007 April, 1233rd UK

    Both were pre strung with P75 Tension unknown. I will be changing it to BG80 when I come to use them.

    I own many other Kason products too. Great brand. The Ventus is very hard to get in the UK and I have a UK kason representative going to China to see if she can find me another. Let me know if you have any luck finding one.

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    Good to know that.From what i see,i assume that they're real.Congrats,TSF200 is a good racket.Have fun playing with it..


    About the ventus series,i don't really know them...maybe they're not that popular in china,unlike TSF series or any other series.But,if u think it's good,u can provide us with ur review..

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    Lucky for me I have a contact in the UK who provides for my everyday Kason needs at very reasonable prices. My Kason experience thus far, which includes anything from rackets, grips, trainers to sweatbands has ALL been a positive one. So let me get on with the review and stop babbling.










    Racket: Kason Ventus (duh)
    Weight: 3U 85-89G
    Balance: 285-289mm
    Flex: Medium
    Strings: Kasons' own brand. p75
    Grip: standard G4

    Initial thoughts: I basically had not heard a lot, maybe one or two good things about Kason so thought I would give it ago. I purchased the Ventus for about 35.00 delivered Brand new. When delivered I had to say I actually really liked the look of it. The orange is not to everyone's taste but to me it just had something about it....its something that grows on you. The weight was perfect. It is fairly light all over and its balance is in the middle giving this racket a good all round feel for both defense and attack.

    Playing with the Ventus: I have to say it took some getting used too! The racket I had previously was a Carlton Powerblade. The Ventus has a good cm or two of extra length to it. This may help with reach, but it certainly put me off my game for a good half an hour. Once you do settle with its extra cm or two and its different sweet spot, then the fun can begin. The standard strings are not bad at all. They look very well made and the tension I would guess is around 21-22Ilbs. It generated some great power, but on top of that it also held its own when playing defensive!

    How has it lasted 6 months on? Well as you can see from the pictures the paint is in exceptional condition, even on top. It has had its fair share of knocks and mi****s and it still has not got a chip in the paint work at all! The grip I obviously replace once a week or so, but after 6months use and about 6-7 hours per week, you would of thought it would of had some damage by now.

    Anything bad to say about this racket? Honestly? No. I am a very sceptical person and look for faults in a lot of things I buy new, and its very annoying that I can not find one. If anything, the only thing I will change is the grommets. Its been restrung all of 2-3 times and all the grommets have split. But at a mere 5 pounds for 600 grommets its hardly something I can call a fault with the design.

    Conclusion: This racket has held its own on more than one occasion. From moving from other brands to Kason has in my opinion really assisted my game. From the quality side of things alone, I for one will be a customer for life with Kason as it has done nothing but impress me. One thing I would mention is to change the strings to Yonex BG80 or your personal preference and this racket turns into a whole new monster. Im quite a tall skinny guy with small wrists and the power this racket and strings can bring is quite frankly outstanding. I feel if someone with stronger arms/wrists and more skill than me used this racket, then we could see even more positive things occur.

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    It was for the Korean market i think

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    just bought a kason racket today

    RACKET MODEL:KASON TSF titanium power 100
    SERIAL CODE:34773220 ID0083MY
    SOURCE: Teong Sport Penang Malaysia

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    i know this the wrong thread, im sorry, i couldnt find the right one. im in beijing and im looking to buy a kason racquet, i think they're the best value. can u guys recommend the the most flexible and head light balance and full length(275mm) kason please? better still if its light weight closer to 80g. and where would b the best place to buy? im at wudaokou. many thanks.

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    racket model:kason twister c7
    serial code:44030tbk0881
    pls check

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    hai smichz...

    i already bought my kason..can u notify my serial no..

    RACKET MODEL:kason challenge 350
    SERIAL CODE:44054TAL0332
    SOURCE: from experience shop in malaysia, sgpetani, pekan lama..
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    RACKET MODEL:Kason tornado mf9
    SERIAL CODE: 31048TCC0037
    SOURCE: malaysia, sgpetani, pekan lama.
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    it look like fake racket...OMG i buy this two racket with RM480

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    Hi smichz,
    can this website do the trick?
    http://www.kason.com.cn/fw.aspx

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    I got a Kason TSF energy chain 109 EX.... the serial only says XHO... can someone tell me what does it mean ?

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    Hi,

    I am a new member and I just received the two Kason rackets. They are the LTD ones for olympic for Feng and Yun.

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    RACKET MODEL:KASON Twister C7
    SERIAL CODE: 44002KDG0195
    SOURCE: mybadminstore.com
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    RACKET MODEL:KASON Twister F9
    SERIAL CODE:44002KDH0199
    SOURCE: mybadmintonstore.com
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    Hi, just got a Kason F9 from BC. Please kindly check whether it is authentic. Many thanks.

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    RACKET MODEL: Kason F9
    SERIAL CODE: 11013TCL4385
    SOURCE: BC (seller claims originally from BBEshop)
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    RACKET MODEL:KASON F9
    SERIAL CODE: 44002KDK0140
    SOURCE: mybadminstore.com
    plez check,tq...

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    Hm, this'll be helpful. Loads of fakes floating around in Guangdong :/

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