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    Can anyone give me a comprehensive review of the EdgeSaber 7 and EdgeSaber 10 ?
    I am going to buy two of either ES10 or ES7, so your comments are very helpful in me making my choice.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Can anyone give me a comprehensive review of the EdgeSaber 7 and EdgeSaber 10 ? I am going to buy two of either ES10 or ES7, so your comments are very helpful in me making my choice.
    Thanks
    Why not try googling for either racket??!! I found a good review of both at http://badminton-racket.blogspot.com...edgesaber.html

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    I have Edgesaber 10, don't think it can qualify as "Good" racket, lacks in almost every department!
    I use it when my playing partner is a racket-clash prone player

    It is cheap though, probably suits beginners better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawtiger View Post
    I have Edgesaber 10, don't think it can qualify as "Good" racket, lacks in almost every department!
    I use it when my playing partner is a racket-clash prone player

    It is cheap though, probably suits beginners better.
    Thanks, for this, I will maybe buy it for me, and if I don't like it, I will give it to my brother

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    Quote Originally Posted by escape View Post
    Why not try googling for either racket??!! I found a good review of both at http://badminton-racket.blogspot.com...edgesaber.html
    I did google, and I found those reviews, however I was looking for other reviews from members, to see if they were all giving the same sort of comments

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    Anyone tried the Apacs Stern 909 Offensive yet?

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    I found a brand new Apacs Stern 100 being sold on an online auction site, with a $1 reserve.. So I bidded on it for a dollar, and I WON IT! shipping was 8 dollars (nzd)

    Some general specs..

    -Apacs Stern 100
    * Frame Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Nanotech Carbon
    * Shaft Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Nanotech Carbon
    * Weight : 4U 85 +/- 1g
    * Length : 675mm
    * Max Tension : 35lbs
    * Strung Tension : 23lbs (Stern 9)
    * Balance : 285 +/- 5mm (Even Balance)
    * Flex : 9 Flexible

    I am going to get this racquet restrung with bg65 at 27/28lbs to compare it to my other racquets.

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    I got a Tantrum 200( 3U, string with BG66, 26P) few days ago, tot wub be good to try since so many good reviews on this model.
    I initial impression is "quite good" after a few strokes.. but it will take some time before I get use since I was using mainly 4U rackets.

    Hope to get a most suitable racket for myself!

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    So you paid $9 total ? Nice work, even if you don't like it, you can just use it for games with novice partners. Do give a review !

    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    I found a brand new Apacs Stern 100 being sold on an online auction site, with a $1 reserve.. So I bidded on it for a dollar, and I WON IT! shipping was 8 dollars (nzd)

    Some general specs..

    -Apacs Stern 100
    * Frame Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Nanotech Carbon
    * Shaft Material: Hi Modulus Graphite + Nanotech Carbon
    * Weight : 4U 85 +/- 1g
    * Length : 675mm
    * Max Tension : 35lbs
    * Strung Tension : 23lbs (Stern 9)
    * Balance : 285 +/- 5mm (Even Balance)
    * Flex : 9 Flexible

    I am going to get this racquet restrung with bg65 at 27/28lbs to compare it to my other racquets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    So you paid $9 total ? Nice work, even if you don't like it, you can just use it for games with novice partners. Do give a review !
    I've tried it already with the stock strings so I'll give a quick review/summary.

    Ratings:

    Power – 7.5/10. Not the ideal racquet for smashing and doing punch-clears. Backhand clears though, were really easy to do with this racquet. The flexy shaft is helpful with slices though.

    Control – 7/10 (flexy shaft, low tension). I need to get this restrung.

    Defense – 9.5/10. The 4U racquet is very maneuverable with a slim frame, and the flexy shaft makes lifts effortless.

    Feel – 8/10. If this racquet was to be put on the Yonex racquets chart, it would definitely be in the "Hold" region. The racquet dampens the vibration really well.

    Value – 10/10. I don't know how much the racquet itself is actually worth brand-new at shops, but considering that I only got this for a dollar.. It can't be lower than a 10

    Overall - This racquet is suitable for beginners and intermediate-players. This racquet is light and is also very easy to get used to.
    Since the recommended stringing tension is up to 35lbs, I might try getting it strung to 35lbs with bg65, just for fun. After all, I paid almost nothing for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    I've tried it already with the stock strings so I'll give a quick review/summary.

    Ratings:

    Power  7.5/10. Not the ideal racquet for smashing and doing punch-clears. Backhand clears though, were really easy to do with this racquet. The flexy shaft is helpful with slices though.

    Control  7/10 (flexy shaft, low tension). I need to get this restrung.

    Defense  9.5/10. The 4U racquet is very maneuverable with a slim frame, and the flexy shaft makes lifts effortless.

    Feel  8/10. If this racquet was to be put on the Yonex racquets chart, it would definitely be in the "Hold" region. The racquet dampens the vibration really well.

    Value  10/10. I don't know how much the racquet itself is actually worth brand-new at shops, but considering that I only got this for a dollar.. It can't be lower than a 10

    Overall - This racquet is suitable for beginners and intermediate-players. This racquet is light and is also very easy to get used to.
    Since the recommended stringing tension is up to 35lbs, I might try getting it strung to 35lbs with bg65, just for fun. After all, I paid almost nothing for this.
    YeaH i wonder what it would be like @ 35lbs, as you said it only cost $9, if it breaks, it wont cost you too much. And it is recommended to 35lbs after all, so lets see if APACS are correct !

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    YeaH i wonder what it would be like @ 35lbs, as you said it only cost $9, if it breaks, it wont cost you too much. And it is recommended to 35lbs after all, so lets see if APACS are correct !
    Got it strung by ae86trueno at 33x33lbs with bg65, with added hiqua string-protectors at the 5/7/12 O'clock positions, hoping that it'll dampen the vibration..

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    Hi y'all !! anyone here using Finapi 88 or 101 ? Mind doin' some review here ! TQ

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    check the other thread

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    Already mate !

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    Any review on the following apacs rackets?
    Apacs-Stern-808-Power
    Apacs-Power-Concept-1168
    Apacs-Stern-898-Agility
    Apacs nano 9900

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    Any Review on Apacs Tantrum Light Exclusive and Apacs Lethal Light 1.10?
    both of them are almost the same specs..

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