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    too bad the real stuff cost too much huh.

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    um.... i just have my ARC 10 today with string nanogy95 @ 24lbs!! hv to try tomorrow!!! previously own AT limited edition 1141/6000 and MP100!!!!

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    3u or 2u better? for this arc1..

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaikiat View Post
    3u or 2u better? for this arc1..
    Depends on your preference. If you prefer light rackets like NS9000S/X, then 3U is preferred. Else, 2U is better for offensive play.

    Try out the racket before you purchase one. Personally, I love the racket so much because of the power it can generate. But... there are people who hate this racket, they said no power.

    I have been using the Arc Saber 10 ever since I bought them (2 pcs). I sold all other rackets I was having; SOTX 11, AT-700 (Old Version), AT-900P...

    Really! Try it out first! A man's meal may be another's poison.

    Thanks.

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    why ppl say no power? i heard this racket have to string at high tension so can get the power right? this racket for wrist player or arm player? i got good wrist...

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaikiat View Post
    why ppl say no power? i heard this racket have to string at high tension so can get the power right? this racket for wrist player or arm player? i got good wrist...
    Well... then Arc Saber is for you! Go to Buy and Sell section... it is cheaper to get it from one of the BC members then to buy it new. A new one should cost aspprox. S$266/- or approx. RM600/-

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    Well... then Arc Saber is for you! Go to Buy and Sell section... it is cheaper to get it from one of the BC members then to buy it new. A new one should cost aspprox. S$266/- or approx. RM600/-

    Thanks.

    Well, it got power..

    My 3ug4 string NBG98 @ 26lb..
    The shaft is stiff i found.
    High clear just feel nothing and go all the way.

    Still need to adject my timing.
    I used to the AT900T 4ug4 and
    I am still little off for smashing,
    hope to get the adjustment soon.

    but drop shot is nice, fast and tighter.

    Overall, it is faster and power if you
    can adjust with the timing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6 woods View Post
    Well, it got power..

    My 3ug4 string NBG98 @ 26lb..
    The shaft is stiff i found.
    High clear just feel nothing and go all the way.

    Still need to adject my timing.
    I used to the AT900T 4ug4 and
    I am still little off for smashing,
    hope to get the adjustment soon.

    but drop shot is nice, fast and tighter.

    Overall, it is faster and power if you
    can adjust with the timing.
    When come to smashing... the contact point is very crucial. If one were to hit the shuttle too fast, off course there is no power. The timing is slower compared to my previous AT-700 (Old model). I learnt to wait, wait and smash when using my Arc Saber 10 compared to AT-700.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    When come to smashing... the contact point is very crucial. If one were to hit the shuttle too fast, off course there is no power. The timing is slower compared to my previous AT-700 (Old model). I learnt to wait, wait and smash when using my Arc Saber 10 compared to AT-700.

    Thanks.
    I experience the same thing as you.
    But now I can use this weapon to its max potential.

    FYI I had removed the lead tape. I felt better without it tho.

    Yes I agree it needs time to adjust to this AS10. But once you in, you'll love it.

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    this racket more power than at700?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaikiat View Post
    this racket more power than at700?
    Bao more power than Lin Dan?

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Bao more power than Lin Dan?

    /Twobeer

    definitely!

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    wonder if AT 700 or Arc Saber 10. will do better in term of power.

    not sure if some pros change it because yonex ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by castaeperios View Post
    wonder if AT 700 or Arc Saber 10. will do better in term of power.

    not sure if some pros change it because yonex ask.
    I guess if you are Lin Dan, YY won't change you.
    But for any other players, $$$ from YY can
    change anything.

    (Note: The price $ only US$20k for 1st place on super tournaments.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4n5ip View Post
    I experience the same thing as you.
    But now I can use this weapon to its max potential.

    FYI I had removed the lead tape. I felt better without it tho.

    Yes I agree it needs time to adjust to this AS10. But once you in, you'll love it.

    Yes, it's a powerful racket if you can adjust the smashing timing.

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    Default Personal Review

    Previous Racket: AT-900T 3UG4 /w BG68Ti @25lbs
    Current Racket: Arcsaber 10 2UG5 /w BG80 @25lbs

    First Impression:
    Upon receiving the racket *thanks Dink * it felt heavy... like really heavy. I was afraid that I was going to regret my purchase as I thought that I couldn't handle the weight. But reading reviews really wanted me to get a 2U to feel the powaaa .

    Warm-ups:
    After a couple of strokes this racket reaaaaally grew on me. Almost every shot was effortless and went to far back court. Vibrations were very minimal - i like . The overall weight of the racket so far didn't seem to bother me but we'll soon see...

    Game Play:
    For some odd reason... I really feel that I move almost as fast as I did when I used the technique. Net play, clears, and drives were effortless. What's more, my weak backhand seem to improve as I was able to clear. Retrieving smashes were also very very easy as the shuttle just bounces off the strings. Smashes were... horrible for me at first *due to timing* but after a while got much better. I'm hoping to see the true powaaaa of the Arc10 within a month =].

    Overall:
    Power: 9.0
    Defense: 9.5
    Maneuverability: 9.5
    Control: 9.0
    Overall Feel: 9.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by dairyboichau View Post
    Previous Racket: AT-900T 3UG4 /w BG68Ti @25lbs
    Current Racket: Arcsaber 10 2UG5 /w BG80 @25lbs

    Overall:
    Power: 9.0
    Defense: 9.5
    Maneuverability: 9.5
    Control: 9.0
    Overall Feel: 9.5
    Well... glad you love the racket.

    There are still many people who only want a racket for smashing...

    Especially when playing doubles, recovering smashes from the opponents is one of the crucial factor in deciding your victory.... Arc Saber 10 is all rounded...

    Thanks.

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