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    Lightbulb Yonex DUORA-7

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    Balance/flex?

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    mikescully may come to offer some translation

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    Ok so the D7 is a softer more even balanced racket, I guess it's like the Arcsaber 7 and the D10 is like the Arcsaber 11 then.

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    This is good news indeed.... I cant wait til they release a budget duora series racket to try out the concept

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    Quote Originally Posted by takumi4 View Post
    This is good news indeed.... I cant wait til they release a budget duora series racket to try out the concept
    Budget Duora already scheduled to out in this year. Made in Taiwan, Duora 77 and Duora 88.

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    Why cant Yonex ever name mid-budget racket with something "cool" like Duora80 or Duora70 instead of silly numbers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Why cant Yonex ever name mid-budget racket with something "cool" like Duora80 or Duora70 instead of silly numbers?
    Because they want to make money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Budget Duora already scheduled to out in this year. Made in Taiwan, Duora 77 and Duora 88.
    Thats great news.Definitely the rackets im most looking forward to now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by takumi4 View Post
    Thats great news.Definitely the rackets im most looking forward to now.
    I will upload the pictures soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Why cant Yonex ever name mid-budget racket with something "cool" like Duora80 or Duora70 instead of silly numbers?
    People will mistaken them with High End Models.

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    Interesting. Will this concept even work with low ends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nthanhhai View Post
    mikescully may come to offer some translation
    Duora 7 is even balanced (targeting all rounder players), while Duora 10 is slightly towards head heavy according to the chart (hard-hitters model). Both are high end model rackets but Duora 10's forehand is advertised for smashes while Duora 7's forehand is advertised for clears (I guess don't expect too much power from this one guys!)

    Available from March.

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    What a waste... Original grip not in red....

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    Quote Originally Posted by esppy View Post
    What a waste... Original grip not in red....
    Star Wars fan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuttlingus View Post
    Star Wars fan?
    Naw, just the fact that it's mainly red, they can give it a red grip like the Arc11 and VT80ETN...

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