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    UPDATE

    Currently own:

    • Victor BS09
    • ​Victor BS11
    • Victor BS12
    • Victor MX70
    • Yonex Arcsaber 7
    • Yonex Arcsaber 10 PG
    • Kason TSF300D
    • Babolat Satelite 6.5 Lite
    • Carlton Prototype 1.0
    • Carlton Vapour Trail Tour

    Previously owned:
    • Yonex AT600
    • Li-Ning N70
    • Head Power Helix 10000

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    Nauroa, where is the BS10?

    4 X Super Waves 35, 3U (I need to stock up before they run out complete )
    2 X Meteor X 80, 3U
    2 X Brave Sword 10, 3U

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Nauroa, where is the BS10?
    Don't mention it!!!
    Everytime someone says BS10 I get one step closer to buying one.
    Atm. I'm holding myself off with the excuse of wanting to see the specs of the BS LYD and BS 15 before I buy another racket. But I don't know how long it will work if people keeps reminding me of the BS10.

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    BS 10 is a classic.

    *whispering:

    Get one, get one, get one... get one, get one, get one... get one, get one, get one...get one, get one, get one...get one, get one, get one...

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    Arcsaber Z-Slash Taufik Hidayat 3U

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    BS 10 is a classic.

    *whispering:

    Get one, get one, get one... get one, get one, get one... get one, get one, get one...get one, get one, get one...get one, get one, get one...
    THIS IS A DAMN CONSPIRACY.

    Just called my local racket pusher (the only store, I know of, in denmark that sells Victor...) to hear if they were planning on running any january sales. They offered me the BS10 including stringing @ USD125... There is no way in hell I'll be able to say no to that.

    Will be bringing home the baby tomorrow along with a used VT70 4U I also got at a very favorable price.

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    And so it begins...

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    Hi, still have your ArcSaber 7?? c u in the court soon.!

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    These are the list of badminton racquets that I have in my possession and as well some feedbacks on them thus’ far. Generally, I play 4 – 5 times a week and would rate myself as an intermediate player with a relaxed view of the performance that racquets have on ones game. All these racquets are strung with BG66 Ultimax to a tension of 24 to 25lbs:

    a) Yonex Carbonex 21 Special
    This racquet is typically used as my training racquet from its weight and rigid construction. It’s a good racquet to use but less forgiving when doing trick shots or countering/ defending shots. It’s a real feat to maneuver the racquet to meet the smashes or placements from the opponent. I guess this racquet still poses some nostalgic memories of having the most advance racquet in the 80’s as well as the cheapest Japan Made racquet in the Yonex stable but other than that I would recommend something more forgiving.
    b) Yonex Carbonex 20SP
    This racquet despite it being an oval racquet still holds that edge over isometric racquet from its ease of getting adapted to it whenever in a game. It might not have a purposeful construction i.e. not a smashing or a defensive racquet; but is a very general all rounder racquet made for players whom are just looking for a steady use with nothing too demanding .
    c) APACS FeatherLight 200
    This racquet weighs in at only 69g and purchased this to know possibly how the lightest racquet would fare. It’s a great racquet to be used if you’re a double players and you’re at the top half of the court making drop shots and trick shots but not a racquet that would be recommended for singles or taking base court hits. It’ll take more than a full strength to be sending the shuttlecocks far back quickly. I still like this racquet which I use when I’m reprising the role of the ‘net’ player and somebody else is taking the heavy shots from base.
    d) Yonex Nanospeed 6600
    Apparently, the most flexible racquet that one can use in the Yonex range. It’s a real treat, this racquet when you’re delivering clear shots but not something to send shuttlecocks flying pass real quick. Some adjustments have to be made to the style of playing as one would have to adjust the strength of taking certain shots especially near the net as it may send the shuttlecocks might be flying past a mid-point which will be received with a smash over the net. Still a great racquet to use when you don’t have much strength left in the arms for making clear shots pass the mid-court
    e) Yonex ArcSaber Z-Slash
    When this racquet was introduced, it received so much hype about having one of our national players breaking land speed records that it created a buying frenzy for this racquet. Unfortunately, nobody read the fine print that it only applies to that particular national player and not everybody could recreate that record. It’s the size of an oval shaped racquet but has a larger sweet spot due to its isometric construction. Its definitely not the easiest racquet to master and definitely not a racquet that one can take lightly on its performance if it is mastered well. I did have on very rare occasions managed to whip up some great shots from this racquet which other racquets that I own did not come close of delivering but those are indeed rare. Its well balanced where every swing feels like the whole racquet is propelled forward unlike head heavy racquets where the inertia and momentum from swings comes from the top and retrieving the racquet after a strike would leave your forearm with some heavy halts in between. The real lacking bit of this racquet, I would say, is the adaptation to it. Its not that easy to adapt to a racquet which have a smaller head size and a energetic frame which sometime feels like its flying off from your hand.
    f) Yonex ArcSaber 10 (Peter Gade Edition)
    Was tempted and succumbed to its temptation after some reviews and is generally quite glad with it. It isn’t an even balanced racquet even if the statement is printed across the shaft but I would generally state that it’s a head heavy racquet from the fact that it does deliver a momentum driven from the top of the frame instead of what was explained in my review of the Z-Slash. It does give one the tennis elbow if swung too hard and too often but if taken moderately its one of the best racquets that can be used my aggressive players with a docile attitude when closer to the net.
    g) Yonex Voltric 80
    Bought this as I just needed to know how this racquet feels like from the very knowledge that it’s a head heavy, stiff racquet meant for aggressive players. It feels somewhat like the ArcSaber 10 only lighter. The swings are coordinated and can easily maneuver the shot placements where you want if you’re not playing too close to the net. The only downside is that it’s not a tool for net play as you would need to jerk it a fair bit to get the shuttlecocks to pass the net without exposing for an offensive return. Smashes are easily executed while base-to-base clears are generally well executed with this racquet. Not too many complains but yet still not as commendable as the ArcSaber 10 in my opinion.

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    My friend, Mok (ID: T-maker) lost his job. He wants to sell most of his rackets, as he is the only guy works in his family. As his good friend and team organizer, I committed to help him clear his racket stock with at least half of his buying price. Most of his rackets bought at the big and famous badminton shop of HongLi, Johor Baru.

    I am starting a bid here with below price. Whoever can give the highest price on 10th Feb, before his last day in Singpaore (11th Feb), will take the racket. Then I will take the rest of the rackets at half of the buying prices! Thanks for the kindest help! Below is the link of our thread:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...g-Game/page138

    Btw, most of his rackets are in very good condition, almost new, as he ususally uses his 2 favorite Victor rackets which he will keep them.
    All rackets with Yonex String of Ti68, Bg 66 or Bg66 Ultimax at 28lbs initially. Below are the half prices of buying prices, as starting prices to bid!
    Yonex
    1. Armotec 900 P - Sgd 130
    2. Nanospeed 9900 - Sgd 130
    3. Voltric 80 - Sgd 160
    Li Ning
    4 N 70 - Sgd 150
    5 N 55 - Sgd 150
    6 300C - Sgd 130
    Victor
    7 Mx 80-- Sgd 150
    8 Bs 11--- Sgd 100
    9 FinnexPower Smash--- Sgd 80
    10 Infinity 8000--- Sgd 80
    Anybody wants to take a look of those rackets, can come to CCK sports hall tonight, 7-10pm. Look for Mok (+65-94898113). Appreciate your great help to help a nice guy in need!
    David +65-96809996

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    My friend, Mok (ID: T-maker) lost his job. He wants to sell most of his rackets, as he is the only guy works in his family. As his good friend and team organizer, I committed to help him clear his racket stock with at least half of his buying price. Most of his rackets bought at the big and famous badminton shop of HongLi, Johor Baru.

    I am starting a bid here with below price. Whoever can give the highest price on 10th Feb, before his last day in Singpaore (11th Feb), will take the racket. Then I will take the rest of the rackets at half of the buying prices! Thanks for the kindest help! Below is the link of our thread:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...g-Game/page138

    Btw, most of his rackets are in very good condition, almost new, as he ususally uses his 2 favorite Victor rackets which he will keep them.
    All rackets with Yonex String of Ti68, Bg 66 or Bg66 Ultimax at 28lbs initially. Below are the half prices of buying prices, as starting prices to bid!
    Yonex
    1. Armotec 900 P - Sgd 130
    2. Nanospeed 9900 - Sgd 130
    3. Voltric 80 - Sgd 160

    Li Ning
    4 N 70 - Sgd 150
    5 N 55 - Sgd 150
    6 300C - Sgd 130

    Victor
    7 Mx 80-- Sgd 150
    8 Bs 11--- Sgd 100
    9 FinnexPower Smash--- Sgd 80
    10 Infinity 8000--- Sgd 80

    Anybody wants to take a look of those rackets, can come to CCK sports hall tonight, 7-10pm. Look for Mok (+65-94898113). Appreciate your great help to help a nice guy in need!
    David +65-96809996
    Btw, if the bid is already good enough, my friend will let it go immediately!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    Btw, if the bid is already good enough, my friend will let it go immediately!
    Dear all, after careful consideration, we will end the bidding by 23th Jan. Thus can have more time during Chinese New Year to clear Mok's stock! Many thanks for your kind help and support to Mok and me (need to take in so many rackets one time)! Haha...

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    haha.. I knw wat u mean.. Im 17 too... I jst have a cab 21 sp nd a mp29

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    UPDATE:

    Currently own:

    • Victor BS09
    • Victor BS10
    • ​Victor BS11
    • Victor BS12
    • Victor MX70
    • Yonex Arcsaber 7
    • Yonex Arcsaber 10 PG
    • Yonex Voltric 70
    • Kason TSF300D
    • Babolat Satelite 6.5 Lite
    • Carlton Prototype V1.0
    • Carlton Vapour Trail Tour
    Previously owned:
    • Yonex AT600
    • Li-Ning N70
    • Head Power Helix 10000
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    Mok said let friends choose first. Thus only below 3 left and whoever first offers the listed price will get the racket! Bidding cancelled!
    YonexArmotec 900 P -Sgd 130

    LiNing300C - Sgd 130
    Finnex-Power Smash Sgd 80
    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    My friend, Mok (ID: T-maker) lost his job. He wants to sell most of his rackets, as he is the only guy works in his family. As his good friend and team organizer, I committed to help him clear his racket stock with at least half of his buying price. Most of his rackets bought at the big and famous badminton shop of HongLi, Johor Baru.

    I am starting a bid here with below price. Whoever can give the highest price on 10th Feb, before his last day in Singpaore (11th Feb), will take the racket. Then I will take the rest of the rackets at half of the buying prices! Thanks for the kindest help! Below is the link of our thread:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...g-Game/page138

    Btw, most of his rackets are in very good condition, almost new, as he ususally uses his 2 favorite Victor rackets which he will keep them.
    All rackets with Yonex String of Ti68, Bg 66 or Bg66 Ultimax at 28lbs initially. Below are the half prices of buying prices, as starting prices to bid!
    Yonex
    1. Armotec 900 P - Sgd 130
    2. Nanospeed 9900 - Sgd 130
    3. Voltric 80 - Sgd 160



    Li Ning
    4 N 70 - Sgd 150
    5 N 55 - Sgd 150
    6 300C - Sgd 130



    Victor
    7 Mx 80-- Sgd 150
    8 Bs 11--- Sgd 100
    9 FinnexPower Smash--- Sgd 80
    10 Infinity 8000--- Sgd 80



    Anybody wants to take a look of those rackets, can come to CCK sports hall tonight, 7-10pm. Look for Mok (+65-94898113). Appreciate your great help to help a nice guy in need!
    David +65-96809996
    Last edited by tank2008; 01-17-2012 at 07:13 PM.

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    Ohh, Great... I always like YonexArmotec, sometime I use Finnex-Power Smash Sgd 80.

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    UPDATE:

    Currently own:

    • Victor BS09
    • Victor BS10
    • ​Victor BS11
    • Victor BS12
    • Victor SW37
    • Victor MX70
    • Yonex Arcsaber 7
    • Yonex Arcsaber 10 PG
    • Yonex Voltric 70
    • Babolat Satelite 6.5 Lite
    Previously owned:
    • Yonex AT600
    • Li-Ning N70
    • Head Power Helix 10000
    • Carlton Prototype V1.0
    • Carlton Vapour Trail Tour
    • Kason TSF300D

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