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    Speaking of which, I'd definitely recommend that Gold- visit Mr Soh at Classic Sports. He's a great guy, knowledgeable and doesn't give me the impression that he's out to swindle your money like the Queensway folks. He's also got a good selection of rackets from various brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    S$150? wow.. where did you see this racket? its costs about s$130 at classic sports and comes with a huge 3-compartment apacs bag (enough for 12 rackets) free. believe the bag is worth s$50. i like the color of the lethal50 - hot ferrari red
    S$130 is a good price !

    I saw it at Queensway, but normally the price there is higher, they tend to give discount, but I didn't ask how much so just put the actual price in case people say I mislead them mah. Safer to put a higher price than lower price.

    I can't see any thing unique about the Lethal 50 in terms of design, the Lethal 30 (which I have not seen in Singapore yet) is more interesting. The grommets are very big, very similar to the Prince O3 Airport design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Just exchanging opinions here.

    Out of the racquets that you listed, I have the ARC10, RSL M7 X2 AP and SP. I find that the ARC10 is the easiest to use follow by the AP and then the SP.


    It could most probably be your playing style, which suits the purpose the racket is meant for.

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    oic. today i manage to borrow a yonex nanospeed8000 .i do some clears shot and i love that racquet man i not sure how much it was strung but was strung with bg 66

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    Since you liked using that racket, get it. String the same string, @ around 24 - 25lbs.

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    may be i like to get ns9000s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcsaber View Post
    It could most probably be your playing style, which suits the purpose the racket is meant for.
    Keke, no doubt as I am a weak player, weak wrist also.

    But I think alot of the forummers also mentioned that the RSL racquets (Millenium 7/8 X2 series) are generally stiff racquets and also harder to use compare to other racquets.

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    wow...finally u found a suit racket for u ...have a nice day =)

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    think he hasnt found a suitable racket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimir View Post
    Gold, i would suggest save your money and spend it on 1to1 coaching sessions instead.
    I second to the above suggestion.

    If you are describing your skill & style of playing accurately; then there is no point of discussing racket's flex, stiffness,power or any other attributes. Simply get any decent racket - perhaps Muscle Power 10 will be adequate; and spend the money on coaching sessions.

    Improve your techniques first before even thinking of buying high-end rackets. If you post at the right section of this forum, I am sure you can find a coach.

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    This thread has been inactive since 10-15-2008! It's alive again?!?

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    yeah... since the search of the best racket is still on .. http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=72947

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    Let's bring him out someday, we all gather & let him try all rackets we have. And then narrow down the brand, model, weight, BP, tension. Last but not least, we could stand outside & judge his playing style.

    One and for all, if still fickle minded, hope any one of us, a good Samaritan would advise him again & again & again, while I would be start knocking my head real hard against the wall................

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    @ Matt

    Chill man... itz not like we are reviving a 2002 thread..

    @William

    Gr8 idea! that way he will get to try lots of racket and feel for himself, rather than asking for our opinion which might not suit him

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    one good idea.
    buy any racket and send to taneepak for perfect calibration. problem solve.

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    You are good!!! Talk about effortless power .

    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    one good idea.
    buy any racket and send to taneepak for perfect calibration. problem solve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    You are good!!! Talk about effortless power .
    to cut short. is user problem, not the equipment.
    that is why "intel inside"

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