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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Kam View Post
    You may remember I hava a Tetracross 500.
    Hi Scott, are Mizuno rackets available in Hong Kong? Any shop in particular? Thanks.

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    the same shuttle-house.com twobeer placed his order

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    TC 700 only sell in Japan. I didn't see any of it in China.

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    probably only sold in japan or online at shuttle-house, which is where I got mine from also...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I feel TC 700 is stiffer than AT700 and a little less head heavy (Still more to the head-heavy side than even balance). Overall I think the TC 700 is a more powerful racket.

    /Twobeer
    The TC700 also costs about the same as the AT700. I might as well get it at the end of this year when I return back to Japan again.

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    Count me on. I love tc700 so much since I got it several days ago. Compared to YY AT700, tc700 is slightly stiffer and less head-heavy. And AT700 has extra long shaft, while tc700's got a long grip. TC700's frame shape is unique, like something between traditional oval shape and Yonex Isometric shape. Sweet spot area is fairly small, but if you got used to it, this racket could be an ultimate powerful weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_SUN View Post
    Count me on. I love tc700 so much since I got it several days ago. Compared to YY AT700, tc700 is slightly stiffer and less head-heavy. And AT700 has extra long shaft, while tc700's got a long grip. TC700's frame shape is unique, like something between traditional oval shape and Yonex Isometric shape. Sweet spot area is fairly small, but if you got used to it, this racket could be an ultimate powerful weapon.
    Ah, have you tried the GP10 ? Now.. this frame-shape is really unique.
    It looks pretty cool too.. like the old ti10:


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    One of my friend got a gp10 and I tried it out for about half an hour. GP10 is the former high-end racket before Mizuno introduced tetracross series. GP10 is a even-balanced racket with stiff shaft, more like a nanospeed 8000. GP10 does look very nice, this colour scheme really rocks and the paint job is super neat, if you've already got used to how Yonex paint rackets.

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    just received my tx700 from shuttle-house


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    The old colour-scheme TC700's on a massive discount at the moment in Japan.

    The TC700 at Shuttle House was on 40% discount. Try having a look at www.shuttlecock.com, they have it on 50% discount. I saw some other shops online at about the same discount rage too.

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    the old colour scheme at shuttle-house sold out already, but they didnt remove it from their website. I've order before, but they email me that model out of stock already

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    Smile Tetracross 700

    Hi kayaza,
    I have seen this racket been sold at Shanghai, Red Leaf Sports Club at 143, Jinshajiang Lu.They do carry some models of Mizuno brands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayaza View Post
    TC 700 only sell in Japan. I didn't see any of it in China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    The old colour-scheme TC700's on a massive discount at the moment in Japan.

    The TC700 at Shuttle House was on 40% discount. Try having a look at www.shuttlecock.com, they have it on 50% discount. I saw some other shops online at about the same discount rage too.
    as a long time TC700 user, It seems to mee it is not only the color that is different.. The new version feels much improved over the older version, imop. I have 3 old and 3 new and i found that I even could differentiate between them on a blind test, so I doubt it is placebo :-) . I feel that my smashes are maybe 10% stronger with the new version (hard to give an exact figure :-) ) .. It may be that the older one have lost some of their stiffness, but I would really reccomend to go for the new ones despite the price difference!!

    cheers,
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    Oh boy. Twobeer, what is your about the TC500, compared to the old TC700 and the new TC700, if you have tried it ?

    I'm still VERY confused about which racquet to buy when I return to Japan.

    Whether to go for the price, or the higher performance.. Oh gosh.

    The TC500 seems very much like the AT700, except that it's even-balanced. The TC700 seems more like a head-heavy NS9KS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Oh boy. Twobeer, what is your about the TC500, compared to the old TC700 and the new TC700, if you have tried it ?

    I'm still VERY confused about which racquet to buy when I return to Japan.

    Whether to go for the price, or the higher performance.. Oh gosh.

    The TC500 seems very much like the AT700, except that it's even-balanced. The TC700 seems more like a head-heavy NS9KS.
    Yes I have a couple of TC500s as well..

    TC500 is much more flexy.. I agree it is more similar to AT700. But TC700 is a hands down winner in every category in my book.. But that said I have not tried the new version of TC500!! darn.. now i got an urge to buy another racket again

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by NisroL_JR View Post
    just received my tx700 from shuttle-house

    I see you got the new version :-)

    Niiiice :-)

    Please share with us what you think about it after getting used to the timing :-)

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I think the price is something like 24.150 Yen (approx 207 USD ).

    /Twobeer
    That's a lot for a relatively low-profile racquet

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