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    Dink?
    what about reviewing the new Apacs's?

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    Panda says : Please stop asking, it's not going to speed up anything.

    so just wait dude. next year maybe, just wait. haha. i know its already a long time since the last racket review update

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    i see...
    thanks anyway

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    Sotx CP-5000 ?????

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    I think he may have said this before, but if you want him to review it, you can always just send him one, preferrably two, maybe 3 if you have cash to burn. But Sir Panda has to pay for (most) everything he reviews, so it's kinda limited.

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    i'm still a newbie here where does sir panda play?
    maybe can meet him there and TT

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenix View Post
    i'm still a newbie here where does sir panda play?
    maybe can meet him there and TT
    He practice and play in Panda Cave...

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    *cue in PandaMan entrance music*

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    What is the order of stiffness?

    Flexible, moderate, medium, stiff, x stiff?

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    dink, what is the ultimate racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shot3gun View Post
    What is the order of stiffness?

    Flexible, moderate, medium, stiff, x stiff?

    Too much confusion so Panda's going to redo all the reviews during Christmas Vacation.

    The new scale will be 1 to 10, 5 being average, 10 being highest.

    So stay tuned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorysan View Post
    dink, what is the ultimate racket?
    Just like in life, when it's subjective and limited by physical limitations, the answer is simply:

    There is no all-in-one ultimate or best racket.

    What's best for one person maybe terrible for another and vice versa. In addition, what's ultimate for a person one day may not be the next day.

    It's all relative.

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    oh sorry let me fix the question,
    "What is the ultimate racket in your opinion?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorysan View Post
    oh sorry let me fix the question,
    "What is the ultimate racket in your opinion?"
    Dan already said it.....there is no ultimate racket, period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorysan View Post
    oh sorry let me fix the question,
    "What is the ultimate racket in your opinion?"
    Like Illusionist said, there is no ultimate racket. But I know you want discussion so Panda will bite...so three racket types...at the same time...come to mind for "ultimate"! Weird? Read on...

    Racket # 1 for ultimate offense: this racket is a smasher's dream and would probably be the SOTX Woven 11, 680mm long, extra long shaft, woven frame, 92g, BP300, extra stiff shaft though it doesn't feel it because the shaft is extra long = bombs. So solid, so powerful, so awesome, the ultimate offensive racket but shaft durability is a problem and just average defense. So the Woven 11 is the ultimate for attacking and solid feel but that's it. So it cannot be the ultimate racket.

    Racket # 2 for ultimate defense: this racket is for super defense and would probably be the Yonex AT800-DE and SOTX Woven 5/5A. The AT800-DE has slightly better defense but the 5/5A is more stable and responsive. Both are the ultimate defense rackets but attacking is relatively lacking so neither can be the ultimate racket.

    Racket # 3 for ultimate all-around: a few worthy contenders: Panda Power Trinity 2 (Weight: 87.5g, BP290), APACS Tantrum 200 (86.5g, BP290), APACS Visible Hollow 1800 (87.0g, BP290), APACS 9600 Tour (87.5g, BP290), SOTX Woven 2 (88.0g, BP290), Yonex MP100 (87.0g, BP290), Yonex Ti10 1st Gen (87.0g, BP300). But since none of these is either the ultimate in attacking or ultimate in defense, they cannot be the ultimate either.

    Conclusion: there is NO ultimate racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Like Illusionist said, there is no ultimate racket. But I know you want discussion so Panda will bite...so three racket types...at the same time...come to mind for "ultimate"! Weird? Read on...

    Racket # 1 for ultimate offense: this racket is a smasher's dream and would probably be the SOTX Woven 11, 680mm long, extra long shaft, woven frame, 92g, BP300, extra stiff shaft though it doesn't feel it because the shaft is extra long = bombs. So solid, so powerful, so awesome, the ultimate offensive racket but shaft durability is a problem and just average defense. So the Woven 11 is the ultimate for attacking and solid feel but that's it. So it cannot be the ultimate racket.

    Racket # 2 for ultimate defense: this racket is for super defense and would probably be the Yonex AT800-DE and SOTX Woven 5/5A. The AT800-DE has slightly better defense but the 5/5A is more stable and responsive. Both are the ultimate defense rackets but attacking is relatively lacking so neither can be the ultimate racket.

    Racket # 3 for ultimate all-around: a few worthy contenders: Panda Power Trinity 2 (Weight: 87.5g, BP290), APACS Tantrum 200 (86.5g, BP290), APACS Visible Hollow 1800 (87.0g, BP290), APACS 9600 Tour (87.5g, BP290), SOTX Woven 2 (88.0g, BP290), Yonex MP100 (87.0g, BP290), Yonex Ti10 1st Gen (87.0g, BP300). But since none of these is either the ultimate in attacking or ultimate in defense, they cannot be the ultimate either.

    Conclusion: there is NO ultimate racket.
    Apparently from the pictures ive seen and the stories ive been told the woven 11 also had ultimate durability issues, and not all the pictures/stories came from panda. I just know you broke at least 2....at the shaft!

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    Quote Originally Posted by illusionistpro View Post
    Apparently from the pictures ive seen and the stories ive been told the woven 11 also had ultimate durability issues, and not all the pictures/stories came from panda. I just know you broke at least 2....at the shaft!
    2? Try close to 10. But relatively speaking, just about all rackets have durability issues for Panda so it's really not a factor.

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