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    Default iso800 in singapore

    hi guys,
    my friend is going to singapore in january.i was thinking of gettin the iso 800 tour. Is it still available in singapore?
    where is the cheapest place in singapore to get this racket and how much does it cost? it would be great to get the address of the place as well.Is there any chance of imitations being sold...as my friend is not into rackets(though he plays)?

    thanks

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    Default Re: iso800 in singapore

    Hye the Guy to contact is IRIS. i think he is selling his 3 Iso 800's.U can find the posting in the name of Quitting.

    and buddy hwo have u been. U never mailed me back. I suppose u are damn Busy.

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    Default Re: iso800 in singapore

    Errr, yogi, I'm afraid you're wrong here.
    I happen to know |r|s personally and "quitting" is not him.
    But you're right that |r|s is very busy at the moment and is out of town.
    From what I understand, he is also looking for Iso 800 Tours.
    He should be back by end of the year.

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    Default Re: iso800 in singapore

    Sorry! I thought it was IRIS. I got confused. It is patrick. Patrick was teh one who wanted to sell his Iso 800. I registered in my mind as IRIS.

    Sorry IRIS.and thanks Mongoose. Hey buddy i also wanted to ask abt Adonex Ti 10. How good is it?

    How much did u buy it for in Malayasia?RM pls. wh dont u submit a review buddy. I would love to read it.Is Byro in town. I mailed him regarding Gosen but then i got no mail back.

    If he is in town tell me.

    I shall mail him again. Thanks mate.

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    Default Re: iso800 in singapore

    He got it in Singapore. SG$105 if you don't know the shop owner.

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    Default Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10

    Hmm... a few days ago, I would say many many nice things about this racket.
    But I just broke one of the rackets about two days ago from a racket clash.

    And as some of you guys know, I just switched back to Carbonex 20 recently.
    Got two of them, one an SP version and the other a non-SP with a US serial number at the cone.
    Both cost me less than S$80 each!

    Ok! I'll give a quick review of the Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10.

    Appearance:
    Looks almost exactly like the Yonex MP100.
    But I personally find the finish to be of slightly better quality than the MP100.

    Weight:
    The sticker says 3U.
    But it feels VERY head heavy and heavier in overall weight than the 2U MP100 that I owned until recently (I broke that too!!! Sob!).
    Unfortunately, I don't have a chance to really weigh them.
    When I hold it in my hands, it feels like a very solid racket (much more solid than the MP100).

    Power:
    Very powerful (for smashes and from baseline).
    Its main strength is that it is EXTREMELY stable.
    It doesn't twist on off center hits.

    to be cont'd

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    Default Re: Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10

    Control:
    Heavy heft gave me very good control at the net.
    I could also aim my dropshots right over the net from the backcourt.
    Very accurate.
    I must repeat again that this racket is VERY stable on off center hits.

    Manueverability (is that how you spell it??):
    Very sluggish.
    One of the least manueverable rackets I have ever used.

    Durability:
    Seems to be very durable.
    Could withstand tension of 24/26 lbs with no problems.
    Don't clash it with any other racket or solid object though!
    But for the price, who cares!!

    Summary:
    If you are strong (physically), this may be the right racket for you.
    Although I am more inclined towards doubles, I feel that this racket may seem more suitable for singles.
    Probably because you need to be very strong to manuever the racket around quickly in doubles.

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    Default Re: Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10

    Thanks a zillion buddy! Ur review makes me look at the racket at my wanted list. do u haev a picture or something Like that! That would be great.

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    Default Re: Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10

    I posted the pictures on our group's website at groups.yahoo.com/group/bc_singapore under Photos.

    But you have to be a member to access it.

    I'll see if I can email you the pics.

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    Default Re: Adonex Muscle Power Ti-10

    What do i have to do to become a Member? Is there any remote chance through which i can become a Member?

    Is it specifically fro s set of friends only? Thanks a zillion buddy. I got the photos.

    It looks great and i think I would love to have one. But no money as usual.

    I have to buy Byro's Gosen 2000. I have ot Buy kelvins Forza star power.

    I have not yet paid for my Slim 10. I have the money for the Slim 10 adn the Gosen right now.

    But i have to make a bit of money to pay fro kelvins Forza.

    Thanks a Zillion buddy.

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