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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Hi Mr. Anek,

    I bought my Hexagon 2300 at that shop, but it is more like Kumpoo official dealer, instead of maibadlukbad. They do not sell any other rackets but Kumpoo only. Well, i tried my Hexagon2300 last night at TPI Cement Factory nearby Muak Lek. All i can say is the racket is mush lighter than my previous DART Concave Speed 3000. I was kinda expecting it would've been heavier-head as i could generate more power while smashing. But to my surprise, the hitting sound is great (BG66-25lbs), and the control is excellent. Still can't get used to drop-shot yet tough.

    I saw ur current pictures celebration and those various games made form badminton stuff. I can only say, SATURN is truly innovative! I've never even thought of creating new games using badminton stuff. I wonder, how would you play single-paired-player whom happen to use right-handed??.. or should they be paired on basis of right-left-handed players?

    One more doubt, i see the prize has Ling Ni brand on it. All i know it is a chinese brand, sponsored all Chinese team players. Originally i was gonna buy that brand in Thailand but i gave up cuz lack of information. Do you have any idea where to buy those Ling Ni brand?
    Hi..afrandy ( is your name Andy ? )
    It's good that you are happy with your new Kumpoo Racket.
    The shop you bought is Official Dealer of Kumpoo.

    About the game in pair, all players are right hand adroit. So, one player must hit with his or her left-hand. Even the advanced player looked funny.

    About Li Ning Brand... I asked my friend buy it from China. But I am sure that in Thai badminton website, there are few people sell Li Ning stuffs via that website. The racket is quite expensive. I am now own one N50 Li Ning Racket.

    Where are you originally from anyway ?

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    Yes, you can call me by that name anyway.

    I'm from Indonesia. I bet you've been staying at least for few years abroad.. since your english is very fluent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Yes, you can call me by that name anyway.

    I'm from Indonesia. I bet you've been staying at least for few years abroad.. since your english is very fluent.
    Ar Pa Ka Ba... Andy ?
    You make me miss all about myIndonesian Memory.... my Indonesian friends in USA, Indonesian food and drink, Bali, and my indonesian coach ( He is from Surabaya ).
    I love Indonesian style of Badminton
    Hope I can play badminton with you some day in future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    Hi Mr. Anek,

    I bought my Hexagon 2300 at that shop, but it is more like Kumpoo official dealer, instead of maibadlukbad. They do not sell any other rackets but Kumpoo only. Well, i tried my Hexagon2300 last night at TPI Cement Factory nearby Muak Lek. All i can say is the racket is mush lighter than my previous DART Concave Speed 3000. I was kinda expecting it would've been heavier-head as i could generate more power while smashing. But to my surprise, the hitting sound is great (BG66-25lbs), and the control is excellent. Still can't get used to drop-shot yet tough.

    I saw ur current pictures celebration and those various games made form badminton stuff. I can only say, SATURN is truly innovative! I've never even thought of creating new games using badminton stuff. I wonder, how would you play single-paired-player whom happen to use right-handed??.. or should they be paired on basis of right-left-handed players?

    One more doubt, i see the prize has Ling Ni brand on it. All i know it is a chinese brand, sponsored all Chinese team players. Originally i was gonna buy that brand in Thailand but i gave up cuz lack of information. Do you have any idea where to buy those Ling Ni brand?
    The Kumpoo shop used to be mybadlookbad.com until the boss decide to focus on Kumpoo only.

    Anyway, seems like you like the Kumpoo ? It is quite a good racquet, different from the others in terms of feel.
    Last edited by teoky; 09-09-2009 at 08:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    The Kumpoo shop used to be mybadlookbad.com until the boss decide to focus on Kumpoo only.

    Anyway, seems like you like the Kumpoo ? It is quite a good racquet, different from the others in terms of feel.
    Actually, my favorite racket is Yonex Ti-10 ( Yellow - White model ). I am now stocking them for my play.
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    Wow! I think you have enough Ti10 to last a life time.

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    Wow! I think you have enough Ti10 to last a life time.
    I hope so. Now it's difficult to get YONEX Ti-10 ( Yellow-White model ) in Thailand. I bought them from Hong Kong and Singapore.

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    Wow ! I counted 17 x Ti10 ! No wonder Singapore doesn't have any more Yellow-white model anymore, now I know who to blame !

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    anek999, those are sure stock of a life-time. does that make Ti10 easily broken, thus you purchased a dozen of them? how much each Ti10 costs in Thailand?

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    Does anyone know how much an Arcsaber 10 costs in Thailand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkiattin View Post
    Does anyone know how much an Arcsaber 10 costs in Thailand?
    Should be between 4000 - 4200 baht. Prices fluctuates due to the currency.

    Yonex high end racquets are very good buy in Bangkok, probably the best price in the world !

    Personally, I have bought NS9900, AT900T, Ti10 and AT600 from Bangkok and other than the TH code, I don't see any difference with SP coded racquets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Wow ! I counted 17 x Ti10 ! No wonder Singapore doesn't have any more Yellow-white model anymore, now I know who to blame !
    My favorite racket ! It's better to have the racket that made me confident in game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    anek999, those are sure stock of a life-time. does that make Ti10 easily broken, thus you purchased a dozen of them? how much each Ti10 costs in Thailand?
    Actually, I keep buying Ti-10 because they are all great rackets to me.
    I decided to buy only Singapore Version (SP) or Indonesia (IP). In Thailand, Ti-10 TH (Yellow-White) now sold out. Most shops carry Ti-10 TH ( Purple ) only. But I feel Ti-10 Purple has lighter weight compared to Ti-10 Yellow-White.
    Actually, I never buy Ti-10 TH at all. I bought them from Singapore and Hong Kong.
    Ti-10 not easily broken. Just because I play quite often and there are more chances to crack it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Should be between 4000 - 4200 baht. Prices fluctuates due to the currency.

    Yonex high end racquets are very good buy in Bangkok, probably the best price in the world !

    Personally, I have bought NS9900, AT900T, Ti10 and AT600 from Bangkok and other than the TH code, I don't see any difference with SP coded racquets.
    You know so well about buying rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anek999 View Post
    You know so well about buying rackets.
    Well, I am a collector after all !

    I buy racquets from HK, Bangkok, Singapore and Malaysia ! I ordered from US and Vietnam before and will buy from Japan end of this month when I go there !

    From my experience, I can more or less tell which countries has the best price for a certain brand.

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    I'd be happy with just 2 new Arcsaber 10 from Thailand.

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    Anek, Can I borrow one of your Ti10s when I come to Thailand? So I won't have to carry my racquet.

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