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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    The Luminasonic 9 is the other Mizuno that has good reviews. It is less demanding but also has less outright power. However, it's strength is in the speed that it offers.
    I'll need to look into that one. Anything to compare it to?

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    Any idea what shipping prices from shuttle house is to the UK ? The TC700 is 85 without shipping so I am hoping for 100< Inc shipping anyone know ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Any idea what shipping prices from shuttle house is to the UK ? The TC700 is 85 without shipping so I am hoping for 100< Inc shipping anyone know ?
    You can send an email to them and they will respond with the shipping cost.

    They quoted me 1200 yen for delivery to Singapore.

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    Found this at a store in Ebina, Japan. I couldn't believe the actual price is almost 60% less (¥9,990) than the original price (¥24,150). I wonder if it is fake



    Last edited by ya4dang1; 05-04-2010 at 08:27 AM.

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    That's really a super duper deal and it looks authentic to me.

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    I choose to believe it is authentic. I visited the retailer web site http://www.gallery2.co.jp.
    It doesn't look like those shops selling fake stuff. I must be the last lucky buyer of TC700 before they ran out of stock

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    Congratulations on the fantastic purchase. It's a great deal you've got!!

    My personal checklist for authentic TC700:
    - There is a slight misalignment in the dark/light green border just below the words "Carbon Nanotube" at 12 o'clock;
    - The protrusions of grommets at 2-4 and 8-10 o'clock are very very well aligned. The amount of protrusion in each grommet is controlled to almost surgical precision;
    - The very unique frame shape;
    - Quite stiff shaft; and
    - During play... incredible kick when it hits the shuttle right!!!

    AFAICT from the photos, it looks unmistakably real .

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    Just in case you guys are still after this racket, shuttle-house is having a 50% sale.
    http://shuttle-house.com/PAGE_top/MA...age.php?cat=ra

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    Add a bit of drool to this thread...



    The first racket from the top of the photo is a good 4mm longer than the rest. Interestingly, the extra length came from an extra long handle.

    All weigh in at 88g (original grip with plastic wrapping and no strings) putting it well inside the 3U range and has a swing weight (measured from base) of 38g except the odd guy (39g). This puts the BP around 290mm -- slightly head heavy.

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    Default 5 pieces of TC700

    Wow, no wonder this racquet is so hard to find, someone's hoarding all the stocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    Wow, no wonder this racquet is so hard to find, someone's hoarding all the stocks.
    You must be talking about master twobeer... I suspect master Pete as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    You must be talking about master twobeer... I suspect master Pete as well...
    I suspect that Pete_LSD would turn his nose up at mere 3U.

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    This question might have been answered previously - the TC700 is similar to which Yonex racket in terms of play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danielsan View Post
    This question might have been answered previously - the TC700 is similar to which Yonex racket in terms of play?
    In terms of play, I think it is similar to AT700 (categorized as hard-hitter's racket).

    If you compare the rackets, AT700 head-heavier, but has bigger sweet-spot.
    TC700 has unique frame and shaft. TC700 looks more "solid", the paint job is excellent.

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    So the TC700 is more of a singles racket rather than a doubles racket..

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    at700 is head heavier, medium flex iso head
    tc700 is not as head heavy, extrastiff(stiff?), oval/iso head similar to the arcZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danielsan View Post
    This question might have been answered previously - the TC700 is similar to which Yonex racket in terms of play?
    It is like not like any YY-rackets..It is like a head heavy NS9900

    /Twobeer

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