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    Umm.....can't see any pix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Tiger View Post
    Umm.....can't see any pix?
    Refresh or go to this link:
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    '403 Forbidden' it says

    Okay, cut and paste worked. Nice! Classy looking rackets.

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    The real image of the racquet looks better than the one as pictured in the Mizuno catalogue!.. glossy.

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    Now I just need to find a place that doesn't sell them for prices that make Yonex' blush.

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    Some more updates:

    GP80:

    Defensive "counter-attacking" racquet with large sweet spot. Head-heavy.

    GP77:

    Aero+round frame for swift maneuverability and quick attacking. Head-light

    GP70:

    Head-light defensive racquet with a large sweet spot. Wait for the chance to attack the opponent's open space.

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    IMO, the GP88 may be the perfect attacking racquet for oval-frame lovers. It should be as maneuverable as an Aerotus, and yet as powerful as an armortec..

    All of these new GP series racquets are made of graphite, high-modulus graphite and Carbon Nanotube.

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    I visited Shuttle-House and saw the GP88 in stock. About the same stiffness as a W7, and very head-heavy.

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    ^
    do you buy it? if yes then i'll wait your review here looks very promising

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    IMO, the GP88 may be the perfect attacking racquet for oval-frame lovers. It should be as maneuverable as an Aerotus, and yet as powerful as an armortec..

    All of these new GP series racquets are made of graphite, high-modulus graphite and Carbon Nanotube.
    It's a nice looking racket too. Expensive though.

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    Yeah it is pricey - even with discount I'm looking at around $215 CDN before shipping and duty.

    Really need a rep this side of the pacific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff View Post
    Yeah it is pricey - even with discount I'm looking at around $215 CDN before shipping and duty.

    Really need a rep this side of the pacific.
    That's what happens when the canadian dollar goes belly up...
    I really want to try this legendary TC700....just no $$ and nobody else has it to test it.

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    even in South East Asia Mizuno is very difficult to find They must change their marketing strategy

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
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    even in South East Asia Mizuno is very difficult to find They must change their marketing strategy
    Hah... not even sure if Mizuno has a marketing strategy at all. I hardly see any advertisements surrounding the brand.

    Up until 3-4 years ago when WoS took over the distributorship of Mizuno, I only know of one place that I can consistently find their shoes. In a way, WoS did a great job in stablising general availability of Mizuno branded shoes and accessories (like shorts/Tees). However, this also comes with an increase in price which is fortunately balanced with the occassional sales.

    No signs of Mizuno rackets here though.

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    Default Yummy!!

    Me so happy :-)

    Now I just got to get rid of that nasty cold, so I can do some serious testing of these puppies :-)
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    hmmmpppphhh 3 Tetracross 700 mine is on the way maybe arive in 1-2 days...but i cant get more than one tetracross 700, my friend forgot that i order 2 pc ....Nice collection @twobeer, now you must test them and review here I'll wait for any feedback from those type before decide to get another TC700

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    Wow ! 3 x TC700 (new model), 2 x TC500 and 2 x GP !

    You struck lottery ? Those are all new racquets right ? The plastic is still on the grip.

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