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    It's probably why because the other two are not japanese models. Our of curiosity, can you tell me what those two model numbers are?

    The Yonex clothings I have ordered Japan, are made in Japan.

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    Don't like the ArcSaber 7...
    I think AT900T/NS9000 >>> AS7

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    I read on a Japanese online badminton store that the ArcSaber7 isnt recomended for hardhitters, and that 'it can even be used by women.'
    O.o http://store.yahoo.co.jp/seiko-spo/arc7.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pochacho View Post
    Don't like the ArcSaber 7...
    I think AT900T/NS9000 >>> AS7
    Awwwww! what tension and string did you use? I had a good play time on Friday to use and adapt it to take advantage of it now. Defeinately like this racket.
    Last edited by Matt; 11-04-2007 at 04:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Awwwww! what tension and string did you use? I had a good play time on Friday to use and adapt it to take advantage of it now. Defeinately like this racket.
    I find that Arc7 is marginally head heavier than NS8000 (just marginally).

    Roughly on head heaviness from the lightest...
    NS8000<Arc7<NS9000<AT900<AT700<Ti-10. Briefly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Awwwww! what tension and string did you use? I had a good play time on Friday to use and adapt it to take advantage of it now. Defeinately like this racket.
    NBG98 22lbs.

    I found it very difficult to move the racquet around. Almost injure my wrist doing a backhand clear...

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    ZYW start using ArcSaber 7 in France SS........

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    ZYW start using ArcSaber 7 in France SS........
    and looks like drifit will gets his ArcSaber 7 soon .. :P ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by afham07 View Post
    and looks like drifit will gets his ArcSaber 7 soon .. :P ..

    GL is using it... why not me??

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    With that review i guess ill just stick with my ns9000x

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    Yonex ArcSaber 7 looks cool!! I just checked it out at www.badmintonalley.com being sold for $199. I want one!!!

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    Yet again...I might not take it. It's Medium Stiff. But the colour is excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FILBACK Player View Post
    Yet again...I might not take it. It's Medium Stiff. But the colour is excellent.
    Actually on head heaviness, head heavy racket like Ti-10 is difficult to manuver. One of my fren recently switch to Ti-10, and he looks very slow in retrieving the bird now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinkw1 View Post
    Actually on head heaviness, head heavy racket like Ti-10 is difficult to manuver. One of my fren recently switch to Ti-10, and he looks very slow in retrieving the bird now.

    as far as i know, Ti-10 isnt that head heavy........ unless you are talking about the old version.
    Ti-10(N) is a great maneuverability racquet.....

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    When will higher end Arcsaber models be released? I want to get it, but I think I can wait if new models will come out in the near future ;o

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    can it bankai? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post

    as far as i know, Ti-10 isnt that head heavy........ unless you are talking about the old version.
    Ti-10(N) is a great maneuverability racquet.....
    Drifit,
    We play every Thursday at Subangjaya, we are all above average players, u wanna join us for a match?

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