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    ah, you see, the way you've worded it, it sounded like you won a game 17-1.
    whereabouts are you in the uk?
    doesn't sound like it's a normal league match.

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    Ya, the scoring is a bit weird. As for the ArcSaber 10, I will be getting mine at the end of the month when it finally comes to Canada. Can't wait for it.

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    Nothing special. Got mine 2 days ago, strung yesterday, played 2 hours and find that it feels exactly like Arc Saber 7. In my opinion, people think it's better because it is named Arc Saber 10, released during All England 08, some pros are using it and...it has a killer red look....besides the look.. I'm pretty disappointed by this racket that cost about 20$ more than my ArcSaber 7. I'll try it again this friday and if it's still the same feeling, i'll go back to ArcSaber 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    ah, you see, the way you've worded it, it sounded like you won a game 17-1.
    whereabouts are you in the uk?
    doesn't sound like it's a normal league match.
    Yeah sorry about that.

    Yeah I play in the UK. It was a mens doubles match and in that league that is the standard format for matches. That format is also used quite widely thoughout the country.

    The scoring system is the new one where you play to 21.
    Last edited by masteryoda; 03-12-2008 at 07:56 AM.

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    Hi Everyone,

    I know the review for the Arc Saber 10 racket is mixed; no power, good, superb...

    Nonetheless, I ordered my piece of Arc Saber 10, instructed my stringer to string it with BG80 at 25LBS, one piece stringing.

    Will be collecting it tomorrow and will use it on Friday.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    I know the review for the Arc Saber 10 racket is mixed; no power, good, superb...

    Nonetheless, I ordered my piece of Arc Saber 10, instructed my stringer to string it with BG80 at 25LBS, one piece stringing.

    Will be collecting it tomorrow and will use it on Friday.

    Thanks.
    Good to see you trying new racquets. Would wait for your review

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy View Post


    Good to see you trying new racquets. Would wait for your review
    Actually... I was quite hesitant the day before. But... last night (11/03/2008), my partner smashed my racket instead of the birdie, breaking the frame of my AT-700 (Old Model) completely. He was using the old MP-23 and his racket was intact after the clash. Damn!.

    I am currently left with only one AT-700 (Old Model).

    I know Arc Saber is not going to be as powerful as my AT-700. But... I don't like the new AT-700. I tested the Arc Saber and was pretty happy with the feel.

    Will try to wield the 'Tu Long Dao'...

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    Actually... I was quite hesitant the day before. But... last night (11/03/2008), my partner smashed my racket instead of the birdie, breaking the frame of my AT-700 (Old Model) completely. He was using the old MP-23 and his racket was intact after the clash. Damn!.

    I am currently left with only one AT-700 (Old Model).

    I know Arc Saber is not going to be as powerful as my AT-700. But... I don't like the new AT-700. I tested the Arc Saber and was pretty happy with the feel.

    Will try to wield the 'Tu Long Dao'...

    Thanks.
    He is a medical doctor, in charge of any injuries during our game sessions. But... he cannot cure my racket!

    Too bad!

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    I searched some Chinese forums. A member's explaination of the " lack of power" for ARC10 is interesting to me, and I think it reasonable. He said that the new materials made this thing with super high recovery ability at high enegy. With about 25lbs, it might be a very good one. But if you normally play with about 28lbs or more, it becomes superb.

    I thought ARC 7 lack of power because I tried my friend's with 24lbs.
    Maybe I would have thought differently with 27lbs or more.

    Maybe we shouldn't make any assertion before trying the racket with high tension. the new material changes things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foo.tw View Post
    I searched some Chinese forums. A member's explaination of the " lack of power" for ARC10 is interesting to me, and I think it reasonable. He said that the new materials made this thing with super high recovery ability at high enegy. With about 25lbs, it might be a very good one. But if you normally play with about 28lbs or more, it becomes superb.

    I thought ARC 7 lack of power because I tried my friend's with 24lbs.
    Maybe I would have thought differently with 27lbs or more.

    Maybe we shouldn't make any assertion before trying the racket with high tension. the new material changes things.
    You have a valid statement over there.

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    Dink it! In that case, Oldhand needs to string his AS 10 to 33 lbs to get any uber power . The dude is too strong.

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    Mine was good at 30 or 31lbs. More than that... maybe the string might snap even before reaching the final conclusion. Hehehe..

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    i might be snap my arm before the string do

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    If ArcSaber 10 plays better at say 30lbs than 24lbs for player A, then almost every other racquet will show similar improvement for player A. The improvement is in the player's skill and ability to handle high tension better than low tension. Seems strange to attribute qualities to the wrong party, which in this case is the player not the racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Dink it! In that case, Oldhand needs to string his AS 10 to 33 lbs to get any uber power . The dude is too strong.
    Um, hardly a panda here

    Incidentally, my Arc 10 is strung at 29 lbs.
    What I said is that it's only as good as the Arc 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Um, hardly a panda here

    Incidentally, my Arc 10 is strung at 29 lbs.
    What I said is that it's only as good as the Arc 7
    But... you good may be 'gooder' than my good...

    Thanks.

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    I don't have valid statement on that forum. I am considering buying one and was searching for users' statements. Feedbacks from users are quite different.

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