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    any links or shop address tat can giv me to let me find info on finnex rackets?

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    Default Road description to the shop:

    Here is your road guidance:

    Quote Originally Posted by Willi@m View Post
    There's a shop called 'My Sports House' in Taipan USJ (opposite Sri Paandi Restaurant) selling all Finnex rackets + badminton products. Various selection to be chosen from.

    It's a half shop next to a Music Shop. Not knowing the way? Let's start from McD on the right side (Fitness Center on the left), go straight up till the T-junction and turn right 50m ahead, the shop is on the left side.

    Check it out~

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    Yeah, will inform you if I let go one of my rackets.

    Quote Originally Posted by lavender View Post
    haha...if dont want then cheap sell to me...lol... i am drop off center..haha

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    walau..dai lou...so late edi still not yet sleep ah...

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    Was rushing out from house, the broken-into-half key stuck in the house lock, gotta use tiny needle and took a long time to dig out. Otherwise gotta stay out be a zombie.

    Hahaha, you oso as late as I am.
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    lol willie!! take about badluck :S

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    Double badluck somemore, luckily the security didnt arrest me. He shouted: "Hands Up ! Whatcha doing?!" while aiming stunned gun at point blank (while Im busy headache-ing digging the other half).

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    im currently using infinity 8000...
    very nice n balanced racket...not too heavy not too light..
    strung at 28lbs... bought 2 pieces summore

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    Finally, the poison got too much. I surrendered and bought an Infinity 9000. Got another friend to buy one too...spreading poison....hehehe.

    Strung it at 28lbs, very nice feel. Smashes and defenses were equally good. Very happy with my latest toy.

    My friend is totally happy and was impressed by his new racket too.

    I found out that the new Finnex racquets are all their own technologies (with patents), meaning not Yonex clones. Good value for money rackets.

    Most of the Finnex rackets, even the lower end ones, can take 28lbs easily. Impressive.

    So looking forward to my next badminton session

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    syd04: Wat happen to your RSL rackets ? Not suitable ? Hanging on the wall oredi ke?

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    You can log onto www.finnex-sports.com for full range of Finnex products. Agreed with the comments given so far by Finnex users. The rackets are of good quality and playability. Any models from low to the high range can withstand at least 28pds. Gotta try these quality affordable rackets and you'll know what I am saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willi@m View Post
    syd04: Wat happen to your RSL rackets ? Not suitable ? Hanging on the wall oredi ke?
    Nolah......use the Finnex first 2 games, then the Blue then finally, the FP. Cannot smash the whole night la
    I still love my RSLs. All the rackets give me different feelings.

    When are you getting yours?

    Life is too short, when good things come along, don't wait.

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    hi guys,
    where can i find finnex products in Singapore or JB? also got poisioned already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusionuv View Post
    hi guys,
    where can i find finnex products in Singapore or JB? also got poisioned already.

    You can try Wong Shoon Keat (former Singapore national player). He is currently coaching full time there. Also the Finnex sole agent in Singapore.

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    I just bought an arc10 and tested on sunday.... timing of hits are completely diff to any racquet i have used.... i think it will take me a while to get used to it since its slimline and timing is completely diff!!...and when i did get the timing correct it is a very good racquet... my friend lent me his Finnex Power Smash... adapted to it straight away meaning i didnt have to change my timing or stroke !!... overal... quick racquet to get used to.. very impressive smashing power.. after the first smash i couldnt stop.. just wanna keep smashing! it was very ez to hit bang on the sweet spot! compared to my yonex racquets its has more flex.. however not in a bad way... , can hold high tension (my friends racquet is strung at 28lbs bg-66), good weight distribution... seems like an even balance racquet.. however it could be cause he griped the racquet till the cone is almost covered with a very thick overgrip... (balance point atm is 275mm.. coould actually be around 280mm tho) defence seems not bad but need more testing to be sure =) , i have yet to explore its touch shots and net play tho.. ! might post a more indepth review if i have time!

    anways time for a sad story... when me and my friend was playing, me using my arcsaber... we had a clash.. and guess what?? my paint chiped off ... his finnex power smash racquet?? sadly.. not a scratch!! ... 2 thumbs up for this racquet! highly recommended!! v_V ill scale the racquet up tonight and tell u guys the overal weight with overgrip and strings..
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    hi everyone, any finnex racket recommendation for an offensive player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeohkuza View Post
    You can try Wong Shoon Keat (former Singapore national player). He is currently coaching full time there. Also the Finnex sole agent in Singapore.
    Does he hold finnex shuttles too???

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