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    does anyone know where does Arc7 stand in the yonex racket selection chart?? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skunklover View Post
    thats pretty funny.............i dont think anyone would try to collide it...
    Already collided..very durable if i must say so myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mel_baddie View Post
    does anyone know where does Arc7 stand in the yonex racket selection chart?? thanks!
    Have a chance to use it today, I think this racket is mostly designed for single as it lacks of smash power but do have very good over all control and is pretty light. If you are looking for power then stick to the traditional Armotec 700.
    All Yonex high end rackets are over-priced to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skunklover View Post
    thats pretty funny.............i dont think anyone would try to collide it...
    Not intentionally..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BennyC View Post
    Already collided..very durable if i must say so myself!
    So it's really durable.. Can't wait to string my Arc7 with BG65 @ 30 lbs..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Han View Post
    All Yonex high end rackets are over-priced to me.
    Not if you know where to buy and who to ask.

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    Master SH have a good friendship with yonex' boss, and he usually ask him

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Not if you know where to buy and who to ask.
    That is really a moot point...

    It's just like saying a BMW Z8 isn't overpriced, just because your mom gave one to you

    /Twobeer

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    thanks but that still doesn't answer my question?


    Quote Originally Posted by Han View Post
    Have a chance to use it today, I think this racket is mostly designed for single as it lacks of smash power but do have very good over all control and is pretty light. If you are looking for power then stick to the traditional Armotec 700.
    All Yonex high end rackets are over-priced to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mel_baddie View Post
    thanks but that still doesn't answer my question?
    The best way to find out is this the right racket for you is to "test-play", the touch and feel are very important and more practical than what's printed on paper. Badminton Alley has some of the description, here's the link http://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_...rc-saber-7.htm
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    That is really a moot point...

    It's just like saying a BMW Z8 isn't overpriced, just because your mom gave one to you

    /Twobeer
    Is about time I ask my mom too, thanks for the suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Han View Post
    Is about time I ask my mom too, thanks for the suggestion
    No need! You can come to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mel_baddie View Post
    does anyone know where does Arc7 stand in the yonex racket selection chart?? thanks!
    i second the motion, where does this new racquet stand in the chart so that we can see a better comaprison between the different yonex line of racquets? and how is its stiffness: flex, medium stiff or stiff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    No need! You can come to me.
    U sounds like St.Claus to me.So,may i??

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    It's medium stiff, according to the specs, and as someone already said so before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsumaranai View Post
    It's medium stiff, according to the specs, and as someone already said so before.
    thanks so where does it fall in the chart?

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    I've used this racket for the past month and I pretty much like it.

    Durability - This thing is a rock...unless you heavily collide with other's racket or on the floor, it won't chip as easily as the NS series. I've collided quite a few time and I was a small chip...measuring about 2mmx2mm...and that was caused when I did a drive and hit my partner's racket along the way.

    Control - Believe it or not but doing clears and drop is amazingly easy. Unlike when I used At900T, clears and drops seems effortless. Maybe it's just me but it's a lot more eaiser to me comparing when I was using at900t.

    Defence - I don't know...I'm a def player and I like it...it's light but not as much as at900t...just enough to move around freely yet gives a good feeling when driving it back...

    Power - Maybe it's just me but I'm having a good time with the smashes. I'm actualyl doing betyter smashes with this one than my At900T...


    Considering that this racket is a def racket...I'm gonig to wait for the next ArcSaber to come out. I liked the 1st one a lot and I plan on collecting them. Gonna buy another arcsaber ( canada coded ) tonight or tomorrow and string both the arc saber with bg68ti.
    Last edited by YinLoung; 11-29-2007 at 07:08 AM.

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