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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    looking closely at the new graph it sorta resemble steh rgaphic line of the function y=x. with some variations...

    so, one could say that teh solid feel=power, and the soft-feel=control/defense.

    and if that were so yonex's chart has only gotten less informative
    charts are good for eye test

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    charts are good for eye test
    did I pass?

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    The chart has AT800 on the singles (right) side, but on the official website the racquet has clearly labelled "design for doubles", which AT800 should have been placed on the doubles (left) side of the chart. Does anyone know why it is like that?

    Thanks~

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    Quote Originally Posted by how123
    The chart has AT800 on the singles (right) side, but on the official website the racquet has clearly labelled "design for doubles", which AT800 should have been placed on the doubles (left) side of the chart. Does anyone know why it is like that?

    Thanks~
    Left and right are no longer for singles/doubles. If you look carefully left is "soft feel on impact" and right is "solid feel on impact"

    hope this helps

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    wow, so mny variations of the chart.... hmm...

    BTW, does anyone know how can i request for a catalogue from Yonex? i saw a copy in a badminton store, and surely i can request for one...

    Would like to read properly all the models available....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny7_2006
    wow, so mny variations of the chart.... hmm...

    BTW, does anyone know how can i request for a catalogue from Yonex? i saw a copy in a badminton store, and surely i can request for one...

    Would like to read properly all the models available....
    just print it off from their website.

    http://www.yonex.co.uk/Badminton/Products.aspx?CatID=35
    http://www.yonex.co.jp/badminton/pro...ket/index.html
    http://yonex.com/badminton/index.html

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    Thanks, but too bad my printer's always out of ink.... hehe...

    BTW, funny that d first 2 links (Yonex UK and Japan) DO NOT list out my new Armortec 300.... Does that mean Yonex has stopped production of it?? But the Yonex Global site DOES list it... strange....

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    Yonex Chart 2007
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    For the last one, what do the placement of the diamonds on the bar represent?

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    wait a sec... is it just me or did AT900 replace AT800 on the chart? the positions are similar too!

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    Well, apparently, production of the AT 800s is being discontinued, as the 100 was, for the most part.

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    For comparison.



    The 3 blanks in the chart are (from left to right) : MP44, CAB20 and CAB30MS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsumaranai
    For the last one, what do the placement of the diamonds on the bar represent?
    Not sure either. Perhaps someone care to enlighten us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by modious
    Not sure either. Perhaps someone care to enlighten us?
    on the chart with the diamonds, the top left says "badminton racket comparion table"... the diamonds represent "impact feel", left being soft feel on impact, right being hard feel on impact.

    the table on the right says "balance point", ranging from head light, even, head heavy, from left to right

    hope this helps!

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    Hi friends,
    Where can I find the selection charts for other racket? (Wilson, Victor, Carlton, Gosen...)
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsumaranai
    For the last one, what do the placement of the diamonds on the bar represent?
    appears to be stiffness
    flex --------<>-- stiff

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