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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    Thanks for the updated review Dinkalot.

    Out of Lethal 50 and Tantrum 200 which one do you prefer and why?
    "Panda plays doubles and mixed so Panda used the Lethal 50. If singles, the Nano Pro 9900.

    For all-around, bias towards attacking:
    Lethal 50, swings like an 88g moderately end weight racket.
    Tantrum 200, similar to the L50 but swings 2-3g lighter" .

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    does dan have anything to say about the wilson [k]factor series? ktour? kblade?

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    Excellent effort, Dink. Thanks for that. I'm amazed at how many Apacs rackets get the panda gold seal of approval.

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    I need more apacs racquet now with that review. Good job! Now hope you could review the Tantrum power 150 and 130 which just came out.

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    Where is the PPP?

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    Thanks for the review Dan. People asked for the review now its out more questions so sorry your in a no win situation.

    Like he has said in the past its all subjective so look at the ratings and guage it to rackets you have used for a reference. Having the pleasure of meeting him just note a few things about our peaceful Panda. He is built like a big linebacker hence Panda is a good name. He strings high at over 28 lbs and has an interesting smash that generates nice power and torque. How things feel to someone who weighs 150 lbs and strings at 21 lbs compared to someone who weighs 235 lbs with 28 may be totally quite different.

    For myself it points out rackets to keep my eye on and try if the opportunity permits . So thanks again for the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    "Panda plays doubles and mixed so Panda used the Lethal 50. If singles, the Nano Pro 9900.

    For all-around, bias towards attacking:
    Lethal 50, swings like an 88g moderately end weight racket.
    Tantrum 200, similar to the L50 but swings 2-3g lighter" .
    Thanks Demo, I should pay you to be Panda's Director of Badminon Relations. However, shipping badminton equipment to the Netherlands is quite expensive these days. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Where is the PPP?
    The PPP's are being redesigned. Your incredibly dense, over-speced PPPs are on the way but delayed because Panda got sick and couldn't ship them as promised, so sorry, mea culpa, Panda owes Master Pete one...wait...

    ...did Panda get an IM while away? Master Pete is getting a C-7030?!?!?!

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    What's a C-7030?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The PPP's are being redesigned. Your incredibly dense, over-speced PPPs are on the way but delayed because Panda got sick and couldn't ship them as promised, so sorry, mea culpa, Panda owes Master Pete one...wait...

    ...did Panda get an IM while away? Master Pete is getting a C-7030?!?!?!
    No way!!! The C-7030 is a beauty just to look at. Would love to work on that thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsumaranai View Post
    What's a C-7030?
    http://www.racketsupply.com/victorba...inec-7030.aspx

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    Haha. Oh.., I thought he was still talking about rackets. xD

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    Quite surprised that arcsaber 10 is not on your list. But it's just a guide, individual players may have different preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    Quite surprised that arcsaber 10 is not on your list. But it's just a guide, individual players may have different preference.

    The Arc Saber 10 is on my list of tested rackets # 96, just not a recommended one. The one I had was a 2U, the shaft was far too flexible to sustain the head which was head heavy. It had good power but no control.

    It was far too flexible and head heavy for my tastes and the feel was funny, not solid. One of the rare Yonex disapointments for me.

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    Hmmmm, reminds me a little bit of the Babolat Sensor for some reason.

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    Wow, the racket review still isn't up?!?

    I'm assuming Dink grew frustrated and gave up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by foshomo03 View Post
    Wow, the racket review still isn't up?!?

    I'm assuming Dink grew frustrated and gave up...

    Uhhhh? You assume wrong.

    Check Post # 455.

    BC Admin is updating the original post, Panda has no control over it.

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