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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    cool. please let me test it when i see u
    Everytime jio u oso bo eng... stil dare to say

    Bobby tested it today, he cant resist having a few shots on it

    U ve to be quick... itz on BG66 and grommets on thin ice... with my no- licensed brute strength on this... itz not gonna last for long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Extra stiff .. yes yes...

    Not sure if I can really handle the stiffness although I did like the TC700 a lot when I played it for 3 games. I like the power but had some problem with the directional change -- need to get used to it. Thinking back, the steepness I got from the racket is quite impressive.

    With the PP10k, I do not see myself using the PP9990 or the Trixon8 so I am considering replace the latter with a couple of TC700. Need to submit proposal for board approval.



    You are flattering me . I "pattern more than badminton". Still a long way to be considered any good. My wanting the TC700 is 60% vanity -- Mizuno set!! It's a fantastic racket.
    Actually who cares about pattern more than badminton ? As long as it looks good and it works !

    BTW, you seems to have a soft spot for green racquets !

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    It seems that the TC700 is no longer in production ?

    I don't see it anymore on Mizuno japanese website, only the TC400 !
    I think the old TCs and basically anything that's not Isometric will no longer be sold in Japan, but they'll probably continue to be offered in China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Need to submit proposal for board approval.
    You should execute first and bear the consequences later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    @weeyeh
    as you have tried TC700, would you mind to do a comparison between TC700 and PP10K?
    i am having PP10k as well, so your comparison will provide an insight to me about these two rackets.
    btw,i am considering Mizuno Luminasonic 9 which is the newest edition from Mizuno racket.i read somewhere in the forum, that it has the characteristic of TC 700 but L9 swings faster..i am now awaiting the review done by Twobeer about this racket.
    so i guess you should take L9 into consideration as well.

    Thanks a lot.
    Generally, the TC700 is a lot more powerful and quite a bit more demanding. By my 3rd set, I am already feeling the strain. I managed to hit quite a few bombs with the TC700 -- easily more powerful than the PP9990.

    The PP10k is a lot more maneuverable and has a larger sweetspot. Direction changes are easier with the PP10k. Since my netting sucks, I can't tell which is better.

    Personally, I will be hard pressed to give up one for the other. I suspect I'll end up with the PP10k and a couple of TC700 (subject to approval). Good chance since I hinted what I intend to do to my director last evening. She seems okay with it.

    I am changing too many rackets for the last 3 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    BTW, you seems to have a soft spot for green racquets !
    Hehe... Not leh, I also like silver & black .

    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    You should execute first and bear the consequences later
    Bad Bruce, bad bad Bruce!!

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    Hee hee, keep me posted if you be planning to buy anymore TC700 or maybe even the L9. We can share the shipping cost ya.

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    @weeyeh
    Thanks for your review..
    haha.. ask your director to play with you as well. so you all can buy more rackets and rotate each other..
    haha...
    i am totally agree with you that PP 10K is very maneuverable and very easy to play with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Generally, the TC700 is a lot more powerful and quite a bit more demanding. By my 3rd set, I am already feeling the strain. I managed to hit quite a few bombs with the TC700 -- easily more powerful than the PP9990.
    TC700 feels pretty close a Cab20 or even a Cab30MS imho. Very solid feeling and good for smashes.

    I reckon, it's an easy transition since you are a strong advocate for Cab30MS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isben View Post
    Hee hee, keep me posted if you be planning to buy anymore TC700 or maybe even the L9. We can share the shipping cost ya.
    Ah, can take the shipping together??

    Brand new year brand new racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    It seems that the TC700 is no longer in production ?

    I don't see it anymore on Mizuno japanese website, only the TC400 !
    Mizuno just updated catalog in JP, maybe it will quit from JP market. While a plenty of TC700s can be found in China, price is about $110.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louislkw View Post
    Ah, can take the shipping together??

    Brand new year brand new racket.
    Hee hee, I believe should be cheaper if a few of us can share the shipping course. Anyway I be writing a mini comparison of the TC700 with my new 2U NS9900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isben View Post
    Hee hee, I believe should be cheaper if a few of us can share the shipping course. Anyway I be writing a mini comparison of the TC700 with my new 2U NS9900.
    Yeah Yeah. Where to buy? sohubuy.com?

    I'm anticipate for your review soon compare the TC700 with 2U NS9900 since I owned a 2U also.

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    Got my cousin to hand carry 2pcs from Taipei. Last 2pcs of 2U NS9900 in the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    @weeyeh
    Thanks for your review..
    haha.. ask your director to play with you as well. so you all can buy more rackets and rotate each other..
    haha...
    i am totally agree with you that PP 10K is very maneuverable and very easy to play with.
    No problem at all.

    Definitely better plan than Bruce's. In fact, that's already happening except she's not quite into rackets (but took my Cab30) and compared rackets to handbags . Anyway, got approval.

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    TC700 feels pretty close a Cab20 or even a Cab30MS imho. Very solid feeling and good for smashes.

    I reckon, it's an easy transition since you are a strong advocate for Cab30MS.
    The feel and smashes does reminisce of the Cab explosion. TC700's balance reminds me very much of the original Cab21 but it moves very fast -- faster than my 3u Cab30. And that fantastic kick in the shaft is something really new to me.

    I generally do not like rackets that are too head-heavy (like the AT's) but the TC700 is really something I'd like to get used to. Definitely demanding though -- I'm still aching from yesterday's session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    No problem at all.

    Definitely better plan than Bruce's. In fact, that's already happening except she's not quite into rackets (but took my Cab30) and compared rackets to handbags . Anyway, got approval.



    The feel and smashes does reminisce of the Cab explosion. TC700's balance reminds me very much of the original Cab21 but it moves very fast -- faster than my 3u Cab30. And that fantastic kick in the shaft is something really new to me.

    I generally do not like rackets that are too head-heavy (like the AT's) but the TC700 is really something I'd like to get used to. Definitely demanding though -- I'm still aching from yesterday's session.
    The TC700 isn't very head heavy, the bp for my TC700 is 295mm. But it doesn't feel that head heavy and that's why it moves very fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Definitely better plan than Bruce's. In fact, that's already happening except she's not quite into rackets (but took my Cab30) and compared rackets to handbags . Anyway, got approval.
    haha what did u promise her in return? a Gucci handbag for Valentine's Day? that will cost you 4 pieces of TC700s
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