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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Have signed a non disclosure agreement.. cant say anything for now hehehe
    SILENCE = TRUE.....

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    We need somebody to hypnotize ants!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    We need somebody to hypnotize ants!!!
    just bribe him

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Ants, wouldn't happen to have heard anything about an ArcSaber 10 now would you? Happened to stumble upon some dutch yonex fanboy forum the other day and it was mentioned ...
    Only thing I remember specifically is that it would be placed around then NS9000 (think X) on the chart.

    Nothing else going on there except complimenting each other on what a great forum they have .
    well, they all play with a at900Power, or ns9000X...so there's not much too discuss there

    and the arc10 rumor...Thinking about the source, it's more likely to be an estimated guess (arc10 doesn't sound bad, and is pretty logical)...
    If yonex comes out with an arc9 they'll just say the arc10 will come later

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    The CH arc saber 7 is already out in china's market.The price is around 1500 rmb,b4 discount.I've hold it for a while.It's quite stiff,n the head is still balance.The colour is fine..but i don't really like it.I'd still prefer to have the Ti10 new colour.

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    From calculating the 1500 RMB, that's almost like a rip off because that's about the price of a JP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    The CH arc saber 7 is already out in china's market.The price is around 1500 rmb,b4 discount.I've hold it for a while.It's quite stiff,n the head is still balance.The colour is fine..but i don't really like it.I'd still prefer to have the Ti10 new colour.

    SP coded Arc 7 is only around HK$1,050 and Ti-10(new version) is HK$780, both with strings included. Shipping to China will be cheap too!

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    This may have been posted before but just to let everyone know there are already fakes been sold. Here is one:

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/2008-NEW-YONE...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Hi all, here is my review of my ArcSaber 7 JP which i brought at RM 750(USD214) at Penang Malaysia.

    21x23 lbs ngb95(came with the racket), 4 knot with 21 string.

    At first i tried it for just one hour, it feel awkward and powerless which make me feel sad that it doesnt perform as i expected but anyhow i play again today for 3 hours and now i begin to like the racket alot now. The control is great, the shuttle accelerate fast when hitting it for clearing and backhand, the drop shot is amazing too. About the power, it feel soo good, i personally think this racket is very good in power too when you hit at the correct way. If you feel the racket soul, you be its master and obey you hahaha.

    Power = 8
    Control = 9.5
    Drop Shot = 9
    Last edited by aaronooi; 12-20-2007 at 08:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    From calculating the 1500 RMB, that's almost like a rip off because that's about the price of a JP!
    That's why i said before discounted...In china,there r different prices in the market.In the mall,u pay full.In the yonex store,u pay 80-90% of the price.Buy it in "some other places"..u can get 30-35% discount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    SP coded Arc 7 is only around HK$1,050 and Ti-10(new version) is HK$780, both with strings included. Shipping to China will be cheap too!
    The Ti-10,old or new,in indo costs around 720 HKD..a lil bit cheaper than in HK.That's why i guess i'll buy one when i go back.

    In china,the price of the old ti-10 is more expensive since it's rare.So does AT700 old colour.So,if u're interested in collecting them n then sell it in the future,u might think about having them now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    That's why i said before discounted...In china,there r different prices in the market.In the mall,u pay full.In the yonex store,u pay 80-90% of the price.Buy it in "some other places"..u can get 30-35% discount.
    I full understand that. Just no discount alone, it's the same price as a JP with no disount, that is what I am saying.

    Even if I put discount factors in to both of them - JP is a better buy because the CH is still priced too high that you are paying the price of a JP anyways.
    Last edited by Matt; 12-20-2007 at 09:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronooi View Post
    Hi all, here is my review of my ArcSaber 7 JP which i brought at RM 750(USD214) at Penang Malaysia.

    21x23 lbs ngb95(came with the racket), 4 knot with 21 string.

    At first i tried it for just one hour, it feel awkward and powerless which make me feel sad that it doesnt perform as i expected but anyhow i play again today for 3 hours and now i begin to like the racket alot now. The control is great, the shuttle accelerate fast when hitting it for clearing and backhand, the drop shot is amazing too. About the power, it feel soo good, i personally think this racket is very good in power too when you hit at the correct way. If you feel the racket soul, you be its master and obey you hahaha.

    Power = 8
    Control = 9.5
    Drop Shot = 9
    RM750???
    extra almost 50%.......
    NBG95??
    ....... go for BG85

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    Looks like a typo to me lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    RM750???
    extra almost 50%.......
    NBG95??
    ....... go for BG85
    Because this racket is JP version which is imported from Japan, it more expensive than what u can find in other shop which offered SP version in Malaysia, btw for SP version it just cost about RM500+(USD143+).

    Note : Make sure u see the code is JP or SP, because of that, the price will different quite a bit.
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    Default Happy Saber Year

    Well, when my wife said I could have a racquet as her New Year gift, I chose the Yonex ArcSaber 7...
    ...and, boy, it rocks!

    Although too busy to play, I went around to the SBA Hall and tried it out.
    It's a 3U G5 version with Yonex BG-66 at 26 pounds and the original grip.

    Clears: Very effortless - both forehand and backhand
    Lifts: Just flick it - and you have a perfect lift
    Blocks: Great feeling - and go easy or they turn into drives
    Drives: Don't swing, don't swing - or you'll see them rocket out
    Drops: Precise for tapped drops, a little less for sliced drops
    Net-shots: Stiff for bounces - but very easy for tumbles
    Half-smashes: One hard tap - and you have a kill
    Smashes: Simply superb - and you need almost no backswing

    The only drawback I noted is a distinct lack of feedback when hitting with a lazy swinging action. This stiff Saber is for the explosive arm... not for the classic arm.

    I'm glad I didn't choose another Armortec 700 or 900 (although, price-wise, they are still a better buy).

    And, finally, you gotta hear the Saber's sound too
    Ahem, I just retired my MP99 until further notice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    The only drawback I noted is a distinct lack of feedback when hitting with a lazy swinging action. This stiff Saber is for the explosive arm... not for the classic arm.

    I'm glad I didn't choose another Armortec 700 or 900 (although, price-wise, they are still a better buy).
    i agreed to the other-mentioned above, just this stiffness that i need to recheck.
    is more flexible compare to At700 or At900, and i kind of feel it is medium flex for the shaft...........

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