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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005 View Post
    Both rackets go for around $159.99 each.

    Anyone interested in a group buy, just PM me.
    umm sorry but i know this was last years post, are u still doing the group paying thing? does that mean you pay less?

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    So is all the Root model made in Japan? The 6900,7900 and 8900?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cd4se View Post
    So is all the Root model made in Japan? The 6900,7900 and 8900?
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing. I used to have a Roots Gavun Aermet 5700.
    It says Gosen, Japan on the butt cap, but no ,"made in Japan" on the shaft.
    But the price is so expensive, I assume it's made in Japan.

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    I went to the sportshop yesterday and look at the Gosen 6900...look real cheap ..very dissapointed and worst of all there is a QC label written this racket has been inpected by "Chinese"name with Japan standard. Pretty much telling me that it's made in China....there goes intention of trying out GOsen...look like I will wait for new Wilson or RSL..2009. The shop owner mentioned there is a new Gosen with the whole racket built from top to handle. Would like to see this new Gosen.

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    most of the brands are made in china, certain brand & model would be made in taiwan like Victor, Fleet

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    my gosen 6900 boonsak racket just re-strung with NBG95 @ 24x26lbs tension, played a session last night and it felt lacking in power as compared to my ashaway ribtec88 strung with BG80 @ 24lbs. is it because this 6900 boonsak racket needs a higher tension to bing out the power or the NBG95 strings need more time to run-in? am i jumping the gun on this? any feedback appreciated, thanks...

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    my gosen aermet 6900 is strung with bg66 @ 25lbs and i find it powerful. i thnk the problem lies with the nbg95. see comments on the nbg95:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=38509

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimir View Post
    my gosen aermet 6900 is strung with bg66 @ 25lbs and i find it powerful. i thnk the problem lies with the nbg95. see comments on the nbg95:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=38509
    thanks for the advice, perhaps i need more patience and let the NBG95 string settle in first and see how the racket goes...

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    Question Confusion on 6900 and 7900

    Hi, thanks to share your feeling and comments with us.
    I'm confused by the contents on the official websites of gosen and the comments of many players (from both Chinese players and players from other places) about these two rackets.
    The official websites says that the flex of 6900 is hard and 7900 is med...
    EBRRG69

    ROOTS AERMET 6900

    Ultimate power and control for
    professional players.


    MATERIAL : 100% High modulus hot melt graphite
    with Aermet mesh.
    WEIGHT : 85.0 - 88.0g
    GRIP SIZE : G4 , G5 , G6
    MAXIMUM TENSION : 30LBS

    ( BOONSAK MODEL )





    EBRRG79

    ROOTS AERMET 7900

    Revolutionary cavity system increases the elasticity
    of string drastically.


    MATERIAL : 100% High modulus hot melt graphite
    with Aermet mesh.
    WEIGHT : 85.0 - 88.0g
    GRIP SIZE : G4 , G5 , G6
    MAXIMUM TENSION : 30LBS





    Yet, most of the comments from plays say that 7900 is stiffer than 6900.
    would you pls tell me why there is such a differece? and which one is more suitable for amateurs who value control and softness? Thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedzou View Post
    Hi, thanks to share your feeling and comments with us.
    I'm confused by the contents on the official websites of gosen and the comments of many players (from both Chinese players and players from other places) about these two rackets.
    The official websites says that the flex of 6900 is hard and 7900 is med...

    Yet, most of the comments from plays say that 7900 is stiffer than 6900.
    would you pls tell me why there is such a differece? and which one is more suitable for amateurs who value control and softness? Thanks...
    i have tested both 6900 and 7900 before. imho i find the 6900 stiffer than the 7900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    i have tested both 6900 and 7900 before. imho i find the 6900 stiffer than the 7900.
    Agree with Sealman. I have both 6900 and 7900(blue) and 6900 is definitelly stiffer.

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    Hmmm.. never tried the 6900 but i jst got my 7900 today. (Blue)
    Strung it with BG-80 at 24Lbs? (i think)
    ima test it today and post a review later

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    is the 6900 durable on the frame and shaft? for those who have been using it till now?
    Last edited by Gold-; 06-14-2009 at 06:41 AM.

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    Default durable.

    if u want this racket, get it, because its very durable even though it some pretty big holes on the sides?? my brother isnt a very good player so he hits the rim once in a while. he's clashed the racket, dropped the racket, and snapped his strings in the most random spots. this racket in my perspective won't break. idk, this is only for my racket. other aermet 6900 are different

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    Default Nice racquet

    The weight is really light 3U-, the racquet is not too stiff, and it is easy to get used to. Much better than the lower end model Roots Aermet 2700.

    Only complaint is, the gold paint is easily chipped, similar to previous Gosen model.

    I think it's pretty durable, having a fat (v-shape) delta joint and thick grommets, the side grommets are muscled powered (9, 10, 2, 3 O'clock) and reinforced with rubber bands.

    Wasted, I should have approached Aviva Open Runner-up Mr. Boonsak for his autograph,oh wait a minute it's printed on the 5 O'clock and 7 O'clock position.

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    Any way you can get a gosen racket in singapore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoileddelights View Post
    Any way you can get a gosen racket in singapore?
    search in the marketplace forum. an answer should come up there. chances are going toward yes.

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