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    Is the AS 10 a lemon then? Is it too early to say?

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    According to Yonex USA, the ARC10 is arriving late March. Just like the pretty girls going to a party, they are always late...

    As far as I know, US coded is 3UG4.

    I will post pictures and review once I get my dirty little hands on them or when they fall off the truckin from of me.

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    Hahaha, some of you guys are hilarious. One unfavourable review by oldhand and you're jumping ship already. Remember, this is his opinion. Do you guys know his playing style, how hard he hits? Until you get the hardware in your hands, you won't know if it's suitable for you. As for those who must have the latest and the (supposedly) best, ...gawd

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Hahaha, some of you guys are hilarious. One unfavourable review by oldhand and you're jumping ship already. Remember, this is his opinion. Do you guys know his playing style, how hard he hits? Until you get the hardware in your hands, you won't know if it's suitable for you. As for those who must have the latest and the (supposedly) best, ...gawd
    so agree..whether a racket is good or not depends on U..not an OLDHAND..lol....jk~..but..how someone uses a racket can be completely different to how u use it urself..u should just take is a general comment..best way is to always try it out urself..maybe U URSELF is able to bring out the rackets abilities instead of some1 else..

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    It's the end of the world because of Oldhands review!!! ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    It's the end of the world because of Oldhands review!!! ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Hahaha, some of you guys are hilarious. One unfavourable review by oldhand and you're jumping ship already. Remember, this is his opinion. Do you guys know his playing style, how hard he hits? Until you get the hardware in your hands, you won't know if it's suitable for you. As for those who must have the latest and the (supposedly) best, ...gawd
    Well, Its not very strange that different player will come to different conclusions (based on style, preferences, strenght, speed technique etc. etc.)

    And as always its not one racket fits all.. even the pros use many different models even within the same sponsorship...

    It would be more strange if all reviews were the same

    I am very puzzled however why oldhand deliberately choose one piece stringing at 29lbs??? If you want to test a racket I don't see why you shouldnt use the stringing pattern it was designed for.. dind't mention what strings was used also ?!?!?

    /Twobeer

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    Okie, let's try this to test the AS 10 again:

    (1) cut the string
    (2) restring using 2 piece
    (3) set preference tension to 30 lbs main and 33 lbs cross
    (4) the machine must be constant pull
    (5) videotape your tests
    (6) post on YouTube


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Okie, let's try this to test the AS 10 again:

    (1) cut the string
    (2) restring using 2 piece
    (3) set preference tension to 30 lbs main and 33 lbs cross
    (4) the machine must be constant pull
    (5) videotape your tests
    (6) post on YouTube

    why don't u lead the way mr.lai..im sure u can prove sth..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Okie, let's try this to test the AS 10 again:

    (1) cut the string
    (2) restring using 2 piece
    (3) set preference tension to 30 lbs main and 33 lbs cross
    (4) the machine must be constant pull
    (5) videotape your tests
    (6) post on YouTube

    That's an expensive experiment should anything go wrong

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    Hmm... only so-so ratings for the ARC10 from the two reviews so far. Thanks, ants and Oldhand. It will be interesting to see more reviews from other BC users and see how it fares over time.

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    What is the actually difference in playability whether its one or two piece stringing?

    I would have thought one piece is better because then the string would be working as one unit. Also one piece looks better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Yoda View Post
    What is the actually difference in playability whether its one or two piece stringing?

    I would have thought one piece is better because then the string would be working as one unit. Also one piece looks better.
    Yep, one-piece looks 'cleaner' because there are almost no overlapping of the string around the frame, and there are only two knots too.. Well, that's the reasoning from the shopkeeper of shuttle-house. Hmm.. the performance shouldnt really change significantly between the two stringing methods..

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    more reviews pleaseeeeeeee.
    So far we only heard 2 reviews, and sounds like, it just an ordinary rackets.
    Me, waiting for the SP to come. Hope to hear nice thing about this toy.

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    I'm going to stick with my armortec 900T, but I might upgrade from a 4u UK code to a 3U jp code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4n5ip View Post
    more reviews pleaseeeeeeee.
    So far we only heard 2 reviews, and sounds like, it just an ordinary rackets.
    Me, waiting for the SP to come. Hope to hear nice thing about this toy.
    I'm afraid you have missed the point

    In sum, what I said is that the ArcSaber 10 is just a prettier ArcSaber 7.
    That doesn't mean that the Arc Saber 10 is an ordinary racquet!

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    Can we conclude that it's the player and not the racquet then ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I'm afraid you have missed the point

    In sum, what I said is that the ArcSaber 10 is just a prettier ArcSaber 7.
    That doesn't mean that the Arc Saber 10 is an ordinary racquet!

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