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    I came across this website got sell Finnex racket too, may be the can check around for more info...

    http://badmintonhideout.blogspot.com

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    any finnex fans try the finnex pro smash and titanium 300?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    any finnex fans try the finnex pro smash and titanium 300?
    just get myself a titanium 300 few weeks back, the racket quite power for my liking and the price is reasonable enough. smashes and clear is good at the back, just sometimes a little big lagging front the net there as it was a bit head heavy (i used only overgrip over the original grip). now saving my money may be to get a pro smash or nano impact...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourne007 View Post
    just get myself a titanium 300 few weeks back, the racket quite power for my liking and the price is reasonable enough. smashes and clear is good at the back, just sometimes a little big lagging front the net there as it was a bit head heavy (i used only overgrip over the original grip). now saving my money may be to get a pro smash or nano impact...
    i tried this brand before, mine was clone of the ti-10, i can't remember the actual model but the frame was not very durable when strung at tension of 26lbs. it eventually collapsed when returning a smash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourne007 View Post
    just get myself a titanium 300 few weeks back, the racket quite power for my liking and the price is reasonable enough. smashes and clear is good at the back, just sometimes a little big lagging front the net there as it was a bit head heavy (i used only overgrip over the original grip). now saving my money may be to get a pro smash or nano impact...
    i bought the titanium 300 also...a little head heavy than my apacs stern 200, very good for power double play and this is what i searching for...my 1st finnex racket, love the feeling during play, and also the free racket velvet. btw are u bought from a chinese cari's seller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    i bought the titanium 300 also...a little head heavy than my apacs stern 200, very good for power double play and this is what i searching for...my 1st finnex racket, love the feeling during play, and also the free racket velvet. btw are u bought from a chinese cari's seller?
    yes, i bought it from the cari seller (saw the post at lowyat first) early of Nov... for the price paid for this racket, i think it's really worth it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourne007 View Post
    yes, i bought it from the cari seller (saw the post at lowyat first) early of Nov... for the price paid for this racket, i think it's really worth it...
    do u play with yonex ti-10 before? any difference between ti-10 and ti300?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    do u play with yonex ti-10 before? any difference between ti-10 and ti300?
    i had play a 2~3 times with ti10 borrow from my friend previously. Ummm, my opinion is the back court clearing and smashes has some similarity to ti10 but surely ti10 feels better, pushes and net play also better but mind the ti10 price is totally out of my budget...

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    Hi guys, I'm interested in the Finnex racket...is it still possible to get it anywhere in shops around Malaysia? I heard the Sports House is already not selling FINNEX racket anymore, dunno how true is it...Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin T View Post
    Hi guys, I'm interested in the Finnex racket...is it still possible to get it anywhere in shops around Malaysia? I heard the Sports House is already not selling FINNEX racket anymore, dunno how true is it...Thanks
    i went to sports house at sunway a few month back to check out finnex racket but unfortunately they are not selling anymore, they now have mostly wilson racket.
    that's why i bought it online from the seller from thread #103 as above, firstly saw it on lowyat lyn street but only bought the racket after saw some review on cari forum.

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    i bought from the same seller also...nice seller.

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    i already have the Power Smash. thinking of getting another Finnex racket as a backup. cannot decide between Max Tour Ti, Nano Power Flex 700, Nano Impact & Nano Blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    i already have the Power Smash. thinking of getting another Finnex racket as a backup. cannot decide between Max Tour Ti, Nano Power Flex 700, Nano Impact & Nano Blade.
    I think Max Tour Ti and Nano Power Flex 700 is already obsolete, it was quite some years in the market.
    Finnex re-introduce Nano Impact and Nano Blade with newer technology such as nano graphite, patented inner wave design and chrome paint.
    Power Smash like it name, it's really good for smashes and control. Where else Nano Impact is for players which look for ultimate power attacking racket which like Ti10. Nano Blade shall be the improvement version of Power Smash which focusing on power and control.

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    just bought a new nano blade, try it on next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    just bought a new nano blade, try it on next week.
    i'm interested to know how it plays. might get it if there are some good reviews (and according to jameschan5, it's an improved version of the Power Smash, which is my main racket now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    i'm interested to know how it plays. might get it if there are some good reviews (and according to jameschan5, it's an improved version of the Power Smash, which is my main racket now)
    it has medium stiff shaft, light, slightly head heavy and a special frame which are muscle wave, patented inner wave, nano air speed technology and something raised on 11 & 1 clock direction. It is very hard to see those things from the pictures which u can find on internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    it has medium stiff shaft, light, slightly head heavy and a special frame which are muscle wave, patented inner wave, nano air speed technology and something raised on 11 & 1 clock direction. It is very hard to see those things from the pictures which u can find on internet.
    that's very similar to the Power Smash. though the Power Smash is mid-flex, slightly head heavy, has decent power but still fast enough in defence. i'm very happy with the Power Smash. i wonder what those raised parts of the frame at 11 & 1 o'clock are for. i've never seen them on rackets from other brands.

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