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    The Arc-10 I have felt alot better with NBG98@26x28 and NBG95@28x30...

    I think it feels much better than the ARC-7.. More powerful for attack!

    But I still thinks it feels heavier than other mid-balanced 3Us (not head heavy, just a bit heavy overall).

    Net-play and flicks feels very nice with it.. apart from that I think the Mizuno TC700s I have is better on everything (defence, fast-play, power-smash, wrist-smash and control of sliced shots)..

    I am abit dissapointed.. Not a bad racket by any standards, but I guess I expected more from yy's latest tech.

    /Twobeer

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    Exclamation This Is A Racquet Review Thread

    Posts on where, how and when to buy the ArcSaber 10 (and some thick lowdown on international exchange rates) have been moved to a new thread in the Market Place

    Posts on other unrelated stuff have been moved as well... to the Deleted Bin

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    Just got this baby today...


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    grouse...................!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    Just got this baby today...

    I saw a crack!!!

    No, just kidding!

    You will love or hate the racket, two extremes!

    Have been using it for a couple of weeks, and each time I longed to go back to court again, to wack my opponents to ----....

    Thanks.

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    Would people say that the ARC10 is more for a wrist player rather than an arm/shoulder player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    Would people say that the ARC10 is more for a wrist player rather than an arm/shoulder player?
    Yes, I will definitely say that. It is for wrist player.

    Wrist players will love the racket, while arm/should player will hate the racket because they will think that it is not powerful enough.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    Yes, I will definitely say that. It is for wrist player.

    Wrist players will love the racket, while arm/should player will hate the racket because they will think that it is not powerful enough.

    Thanks.
    Same with all rackets then. If your not a wrist player then you aren't performing proper badminton techniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Yoda View Post
    Same with all rackets then. If your not a wrist player then you aren't performing proper badminton techniques.
    There are many arm players in this forum including me so does that mean our badminton techniques are bad? NO. That is probably why i prefer NS9000X and AT900P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    There are many arm players in this forum including me so does that mean our badminton techniques are bad? NO. That is probably why i prefer NS9000X and AT900P.
    ER yes it does mean your technique is bad. try swinging your racket with just your arm/shoulder and then just with your wrist. You will find that you can swing the racket faster using just your wrist.

    Just using your arm shoulder is what gives people shoulder problems and tennis elbow etc.

    You will get so much more power from your strokes

    Anyone who has had proper coaching will be wrist players

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    So where would you place the racket?
    Is is more like a NS9000s or is it like AT900P/T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Yoda View Post
    ER yes it does mean your technique is bad. try swinging your racket with just your arm/shoulder and then just with your wrist. You will find that you can swing the racket faster using just your wrist.

    Just using your arm shoulder is what gives people shoulder problems and tennis elbow etc.

    You will get so much more power from your strokes

    Anyone who has had proper coaching will be wrist players
    yup, agree with yoda, the key to badminton strokes is the wrist.
    a proper badminton shot always involves the wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    yup, agree with yoda, the key to badminton strokes is the wrist.
    a proper badminton shot always involves the wrist.
    I too have to agree. Also in consideration is the pros which should be able to use any racket besides the one they prefer.

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    Nice picture of the racket you have there.

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    String it up!
    And let's get ready to party ....

    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    Just got this baby today...


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    Thx... more pics... Will get it strung on Friday (thx Ah Shum), and will get to play may be Tuesday. Hopefully, it will be good.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    Thx... more pics... Will get it strung on Friday (thx Ah Shum), and will get to play may be Tuesday. Hopefully, it will be good.



    Nice pics, what string/tension will you be using on the ARC10?

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