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    to be honest i too am surprised!... ive got a friend who has around 5 finnex racquets.... ive tried a few of them... he has racquest ranging from 28lbs to 31lbs... these racquets are durable... and very good value for money... i personally think its a very fine racquet that performs well considering the price! just went to "My Sport House" last week... looks like they have the complete range of finnex products there... they even have their own grip... switched from kakaral to theirs as its very tacky and long lasting time! give it a trY!!!

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    Infinity 9000 BlueWhite is the latest model & good to go. Strong Frame structure, Beg-to-be High Tension, Flexi-shaft with firm feeling while playing (would be surprised how flexi it can be bent, try that !)

    Most of the range are Standard Length (670mm), which good for doubles. Only a limited model offers the Long Body (675mm).

    At My Sport House Pro Shop, please refer to the sales person, Rick/Jennifer/Andro for more details. Their stringing (1pc 2-knots) turns out to be quite good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willi@m View Post
    Infinity 9000 BlueWhite is the latest model & good to go. Strong Frame structure, Beg-to-be High Tension, Flexi-shaft with firm feeling while playing (would be surprised how flexi it can be bent, try that !)

    Most of the range are Standard Length (670mm), which good for doubles. Only a limited model offers the Long Body (675mm).

    At My Sport House Pro Shop, please refer to the sales person, Rick/Jennifer/Andro for more details. Their stringing (1pc 2-knots) turns out to be quite good.
    hi william, may i know how much the infinity 9000 cost? planning to have one...kena poison also

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    Infinity9000 Retail RM299, Best is RM280;
    Infinity8000 Retail RM289, Best is RM265;

    Package Price: their House String, PU Grip & 2-Compartment Bag

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    I was at My Sport House last week but didn't look at the rackets (got to go back again becoz then haven't got poisoned yet). Got myself 2 badminton shirts. The new designs look very good. Remember to check out the shirts too while you are there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syd04 View Post
    I was at My Sport House last week but didn't look at the rackets (got to go back again becoz then haven't got poisoned yet). Got myself 2 badminton shirts. The new designs look very good. Remember to check out the shirts too while you are there.
    i also bought finnex shirt and short but i bought it in LYN. nice design definitely. how much u bought it? i took each for RM20 only, pretty cheap.

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    I've seen the ones in LYN but not my size or style. Shirts for ladies are so hard to find. Was so glad to see some in My Sport.

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    Default Wah, Finnex convert!!!

    Hi Syd04,

    Glad to hear you got yourself them Finnex t-shirts..... Hope i get the chance to see you wear them in action. I am also interested in them t-shirts and the latest range of Finnex racquets, especially the Infinity Gold.

    Currently using the Infinity 9000 and Wave Power SP....so far, so good. Nice feel, overall very good performers.....

    Will drop by the shop when time permits, to check out the latest offerings.

    Cheers,
    Richard

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    where is LYN and My sport house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roller View Post
    where is LYN and My sport house?
    LYN is lowyat.net my sport house is in taipan USJ. u can refer to previous post for the location of my sport house.

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    I have Finnex Pro Smash racket too. It looks exactly like the Yonex Ti series made from Titanium HM Graphite. Nice feel. Reasonably priced. You don't need to pay a high price of RM450 to own a Yonex Ti10 racket. Finnex Pro Smash is best to use if you want a low price version of the Ti series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyapkf View Post
    I have Finnex Pro Smash racket too. It looks exactly like the Yonex Ti series made from Titanium HM Graphite. Nice feel. Reasonably priced. You don't need to pay a high price of RM450 to own a Yonex Ti10 racket. Finnex Pro Smash is best to use if you want a low price version of the Ti series.
    how much you bought it?

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    This is a solid piece meat, 1st Gen Ti-10 lookalike, weight 3U-G2. slightly head heavy if ori grip removed. String & grip would be below Rm180 if I remember, could get cheaper.

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    lol...willi@m so pro in finnex racket.

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    where got la, kepoh 8 guah only. neva stop looking all model range of reputable brands

    I did noticed & almost bought this model, but still have many rackets to play with, dunno where to junk it off, hehhehehe

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    haha...if dont want then cheap sell to me...lol... i am drop off center..haha

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    William is right. I bought it at around RM 180.00. I was very happy because those days having a Ti 10 is like GOD .... now we talk about ARC SABER 10 ...ha ha...

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