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    Flash~
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    lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Demolidor, come'on, you have your fun with the TC700. Let LD Rule share some joy won't you?
    Priorities, priorities! No racquet in the world is going to magically make one a better player. I was only on my 3rd racquet when I played in my first international youth tournament @ 12 y.o. and that was only because I broke my 2nd one . Perhaps you should have a look in this thread first http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...urself-playing

    But if you've got cash to spare to do everything else as well can't hurt to have a couple in storage .

    Haha TC700 Flash. Has it ever been actually released? Never seen a pic of it on the AT700 or BadmintonCN fora ...
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    I think the TC700(red) should be true.
    It is shown in the Mizuno official web site of china.
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    Hi all , I finally bought the TC700 after so long , all I can say is WOW! , I'm impressed by the power of TC700 , it's more powerful and more maneuverable than my Cab 30. Clearing base to base was almost effortless , smashing was awesome , but pity my BG66S tension did not drop yet , can't wait for the next game, get it while u still can... It's worth every single cent...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    Hi all , I finally bought the TC700 after so long , all I can say is WOW! , I'm impressed by the power of TC700 , it's more powerful and more maneuverable than my Cab 30. Clearing base to base was almost effortless , smashing was awesome , but pity my BG66S tension did not drop yet , can't wait for the next game, get it while u still can... It's worth every single cent...
    Good to hear that you are enjoying your TC700 !

    Long time never play badminton with you and now that you have the monster racquet, you can smash me to bits next time we play !

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Good to hear that you are enjoying your TC700 !

    Long time never play badminton with you and now that you have the monster racquet, you can smash me to bits next time we play !
    U r too modest , I think I will be the one being smashed into pieces by u , I only hope that I have improved since the last time we played , so that the game will not be so boring for u...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    U r too modest , I think I will be the one being smashed into pieces by u , I only hope that I have improved since the last time we played , so that the game will not be so boring for u...
    I am sure you have improved. Not many can handle the TC700. Same like SW35, both are tough racquets to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    I am sure you have improved. Not many can handle the TC700. Same like SW35, both are tough racquets to use.
    Haha.. well once we get the hang of the TC700, other racquets don't feel decent enough to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    I am sure you have improved. Not many can handle the TC700. Same like SW35, both are tough racquets to use.
    I'm still trying to get the hang of it , but I'm sure I will not be going to my Cab30 anytime soon , not really able to handle it yet , yesterday was my 1st session with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Haha.. well once we get the hang of the TC700, other racquets don't feel decent enough to use.
    The TC700 is supposed to be a "well kept" secret ! If too many people and they start sourcing for the remaining TC700, we will be in trouble !

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    The TC700 is supposed to be a "well kept" secret ! If too many people and they start sourcing for the remaining TC700, we will be in trouble !
    Yupp , it's still top secret

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    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...58#post1498958 I wonder if anyone uses the Mizuno recommended pattern??

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    Shuttle-house has only 64 pieces left, all at 50% discount.
    Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    http://shuttle-house.com/PAGE_top/MA...age.php?cat=ra

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Shuttle-house has only 64 pieces left, all at 50% discount.
    Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    http://shuttle-house.com/PAGE_top/MA...age.php?cat=ra
    Shhhhhhh, you can actually get the TC700 at 30% cheaper than that price

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Haha.. well once we get the hang of the TC700, other racquets don't feel decent enough to use.
    My experience thus far agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    My experience thus far agreed.
    thanks to wy, i have the chance for a few shots with the TC700. initial game, singles. suffering from a shoulder/bicep sore muscle, i played softly, using wrist mostly. was suprised that shuttle still went quite far. frame felt solid on impact. none of my other rackets comes close to this feeling. 2nd try on doubles (play conservatively as i didn't want to clash wy's precious), power is good but i just cant get the sweet spot. defense is better than say p9990 or at700. will be putting down some greenbacks soon on this secret

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3radius View Post
    thanks to wy, i have the chance for a few shots with the TC700. initial game, singles. suffering from a shoulder/bicep sore muscle, i played softly, using wrist mostly. was suprised that shuttle still went quite far. frame felt solid on impact. none of my other rackets comes close to this feeling. 2nd try on doubles (play conservatively as i didn't want to clash wy's precious), power is good but i just cant get the sweet spot. defense is better than say p9990 or at700. will be putting down some greenbacks soon on this secret
    You are most welcomed. Wrist play is good for the TC700 . Once you get the TC700 kick going (I really mean kick when it strikes the shuttle) there is little turning back.

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