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    Good review, i got just got an fp-6 to back up my fp 4, own a cab-20 sp, played with a friends Rsl millienium 5 and also used a wilson n1 before. Mr. Dinks review have been spot on. Keep up the good work dude.
    Just a question, how did u evaluate frame and shaft durability? Pls dont tel me you have broken every one of those recquets before!

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    hey dink, would it be a hassle to add to the table, their respective frame shapes? for examples iso wide body (ns 7000), oval wide (carlton airblades), iso thin (ns 8000), etc.

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    Nice list of review, much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenpoodle View Post
    hey dink, would it be a hassle to add to the table, their respective frame shapes? for examples iso wide body (ns 7000), oval wide (carlton airblades), iso thin (ns 8000), etc.
    Uhhhhhh, I don't think that's as pertinent/useful as a comparison chart, which I will be doing: best attacking, best defending, best all-around, most durable, etc...

    I'll see how it goes. I still have my racket bag and shuttle review to finish...

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    Very useful comparison, thanks for posting! But how come you find NS9000's moderate? I find them rather headlight... on the X version you were spot on with your comment!

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    Great, my beloved cab30ms is Panda certified! Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_M_V View Post
    Very useful comparison, thanks for posting! But how come you find NS9000's moderate? I find them rather headlight... on the X version you were spot on with your comment!
    I don't feel they are headlight. They are between balanced to moderate. The ones I tested/purchased were more towards moderate and that's what I posted.

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    Hey dink, know when your going to have your shuttle review done? I'm placing an order in for shuttles soon and would like to know what a hard hitter like you thought about them, for durability purposes of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by david07 View Post
    Hey dink, know when your going to have your shuttle review done? I'm placing an order in for shuttles soon and would like to know what a hard hitter like you thought about them, for durability purposes of course
    Not certain, maybe in the next few days. The hardest most inaccurate of all the reviews will be shuttles because we, the consumers, cannot control where and how the shuttles were shipped nor can we control if they were baking in the sun or frozen in some wasteland waiting to be purchased.

    You can have the best shuttle and if it's exposed to harsh conditions, it will not be that good.

    Aside from that, what shuttle were you going to purchase?

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    Hi Qua Blue and Red's. The two top Hi Qua models. Was wondering about their durability

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    Quote Originally Posted by david07 View Post
    Hi Qua Blue and Red's. The two top Hi Qua models. Was wondering about their durability
    The Blue is good, the Red is very good in terms of flight and durability, if you can find them. My office is 20 minutes for Mr. HiQua and he doesn't have much stock for us.

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    I'm ordering them online, they seem to have some stock

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    wow woven 7 is the only excellent+

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    Quote Originally Posted by St00pid View Post
    wow woven 7 is the only excellent+
    Actually that "+" is kind of a typo, any racket in bold is highly recommended. I'm going to update soon.

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    now now dink, let's not get too carried away

    i vote for the + to stay

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    Quote Originally Posted by St00pid View Post
    now now dink, let's not get too carried away

    i vote for the + to stay

    Naw, I'm doing away with the "+" on the overall review. It's not warranted.

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    awesome review!

    though whats wrong with the w7i colours?

    I wouldn't call it stylish...but it's certainly dashing

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