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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    ZyMax are (IMO) top 5 strings. Offering high all around performance close to Yonex's upper end strings at the cost of a pack of BG65, it is one of the best values.

    If you are used to BG65/70Pro, I'd recommend ZM70 2 pounds below your normal tension. If you prefer BG66/80/85, I'd recommend ZM62 with the same caveat. Or you could try ZM67, though sometimes I feel like I'm one of the few who would recommend it over 62 or 70.
    Why do I need to have my racket strung 2 pounds below my normal tension if I use the ZM70 or 62?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    Well, I'm not really fine with my current string since it lacks the "bounce" I'm looking for but many people say that the BG85 is good. My only concern would be that the ZyMax might be better.
    Yonex calls BG-85 "hard feel". I would say that Zymax-62 has a similar hard feel.
    Not sure what you mean by bounce, but you could try either lower the tension on your BG-85, or use a supposedly "softer feel" string like BG-65.

    Reference:
    http://www.yonex.com/badminton/string/durability.html
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-String-Review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Yonex calls BG-85 "hard feel". I would say that Zymax-62 has a similar hard feel.
    Not sure what you mean by bounce, but you could try either lower the tension on your BG-85, or use a supposedly "softer feel" string like BG-65.

    Reference:
    http://www.yonex.com/badminton/string/durability.html
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-String-Review
    If you were to choose between ZM70 and 62, which one with you go to? ZM70 is thicker so it's more durable. And to what is the recommended tension I string my racket at?

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    I have not tried ZM70 yet. The Zymax thread is full of more experienced opinions than mine. http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-Zymax-strings
    Back to Panda Power Rackets for this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Back to Panda Power Rackets for this thread.
    Yes, back to Panda Power Rackets!

    Here's Panda's Precision, 83.7g, BP285 with VS-850 at 29lbs.


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    Wow!
    Looks too pretty too sully with the sweat and dirt of actual competition.

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    Looks awesome!

    Stop teasing us with photos and speed up shipping please

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    That is one sexy looking racket with that string in it
    I'll tell Mark to prepare a blue string for mine

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    You can't be serious! Those blue strings look hideous.
    The ONLY acceptable color choices are Gold (NBG 95/98), Yellow (Ashaway ZM62) or Black (?).

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    BG-66 turquoise would look nice, to many colors on the precision (black, green, gold, grey).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    You can't be serious! Those blue strings look hideous.
    The ONLY acceptable color choices are Gold (NBG 95/98), Yellow (Ashaway ZM62) or Black (?).
    I'm a fan of color My Trin fx. has black strings, a blue grip and green grip tape

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    Think were in rackets have arrived in So Cal stage and it has now moved to Panda and trusted friends approval stage before heading anywhere. Think I will stick to white mp for my couple. Fellow can go blind lacing rackets while watching tv with those darker colors.

    Hopefully Dan doesn't go also as the quality control stage is coming and must make you see blemishes in your sleep after a few days.

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    Here is a quick review for Precision. I'm too lucky to be able to try it on first hand. :P
    83.5g, BP285, VS850 @ 25lbs.
    85.3g, BP289, VS850 @ 29lbs.

    The first impression for the racket is it's a very nice looking racket. If I would give it a 9/10 for the design/paint job, the it will pull down my t2 to 8/10. Design/ paint job is just perfect!

    First time swing the racket, it is fast, 285mm Bp one swing as fast as a 281-282mm Bp t2. 289mm Bp one as fast as a 285-286mm Bp t2.

    The clears are effortless for both racket when compare to my 285mm Bp t2, maybe even easier because of the faster swing speed.

    Drives/blocks with Precision is just superb! I was be able to do way more micro adjustment with my wrist/finger and forearm. The shot angle, speed and direction are way more controllable than my t2.

    The timing for smashing were off in the beginning because the swings were much faster. After the adjust, the smashing are easy and the recovery from smashes are very fast. The power were pretty good but not as good as t2 because of the lighter frame design. But it's easier control for smash angle and direction just make it all up.

    Drops/ nets are as good as t2, solid feels, great control. Net intercepts are faster and more controllable.

    I think Precision is perfect for doubles, perfectly designed for fast transitions. It is also the best looking racket from Panda YET!!!
    Last edited by alexy; 10-04-2010 at 04:46 AM.

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    Will a Blue Ultimate Grip be suitable with the color cosmetics of the Precision?

    Panda said that the power of the Precision should be comparable to the T2 if not being better. I wonder why the review of Alexy says that it is not as good as the T2 in terms of power?

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    So are the shipments scheduled to go out this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    Will a Blue Ultimate Grip be suitable with the color cosmetics of the Precision?

    Panda said that the power of the Precision should be comparable to the T2 if not being better. I wonder why the review of Alexy says that it is not as good as the T2 in terms of power?
    I think what Panda means is that for less advanced players who don't have the power to load and unload ie flex the shaft of T2, then the P may be a
    better fit for them, as it seems to be slightly flexier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    Panda said that the power of the Precision should be comparable to the T2 if not being better. I wonder why the review of Alexy says that it is not as good as the T2 in terms of power?
    Please stop worrying about what everyone says. It's all perspective and opinion. You just need to go with what is comfortable for you.

    Just FYI, Alexy was hitting harder and better with the Precision. Panda knows, he was returning the smashes.

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