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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    KAWAIIIIIIIIII

    Are those new prototypes / test subjects top righthand corner?
    Seriously, you BCers have eagle eyes. Panda must be careful and double check each image he reveals.

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    If only the labels on the shafts were pointed up so I can read the contents.

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    Hmmm. would you call that a Revelation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    If only the labels on the shafts were pointed up so I can read the contents.
    Since you were so observant, here's your reward, the white labels say:

    "B" - 85.5g, BP287
    "C" - 86.3g, BP291

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Seriously, you BCers have eagle eyes. Panda must be careful and double check each image he reveals.
    Ha! Clearly they were there intentionally just to tease us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    Ha! Clearly they were there intentionally just to tease us
    Shhhhhhhhhhhh!

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    I bet those are Trinity Pro prototypes

    I'm a counter puncher player. The Ultra pro sounds really yummy. Can't wait!!!

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    Yes, T-Pro! Any news flash on the ETA, Dink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Since you were so observant, here's your reward, the white labels say:

    "B" - 85.5g, BP287
    "C" - 86.3g, BP291
    I was hoping for a free T shirt or something

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    Had a chance to try my Precision tonight along with the Victor Bumblebee 02 since both of them arrived at around the same time... The precision is a VERY VERY fast racket, I had trouble with my timing playing with the precisioin tonight as it is much faster than my usual rackets, granted I did ask Sir Dink for a lighter end precision, I think was somewhere around 84? It felt light and fast, clears were pretty good I'm not really a smasher so I can't really comment on my smashes, compared to the Bumblebee the Precision is much faster, the bumblebee feels heavy and sluggish compared to the Precision. I only played two games with the bumblebee and went back to the precision some more, and then back to my current go to racket which is the LiNing N30II... The LiNing does produce more power than the precision but the precision is a quicker racket than the N30II... Actually out of the three the victor felt the slowest and most sluggish... I might give it another try later but that's my impression so far... For those on the fence about the Precision I would say give it a try since it is a very very fast racket, in hindsight I should've gotten one a few grams heavier... But as a quick defensive racket(which is what Sir Dink was aiming for) this racket is right on the mark as it's one of the quickest rackets I've ever used....

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    Thanks for the info Jasonvan,

    Happy to hear that Precision is so quick that a few grams more is not to worry about. Mine is going to be 86,3 grams. Should be great for Fast and Khabooom!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    Had a chance to try my Precision tonight along with the Victor Bumblebee 02 since both of them arrived at around the same time... The precision is a VERY VERY fast racket, I had trouble with my timing playing with the precisioin tonight as it is much faster than my usual rackets, granted I did ask Sir Dink for a lighter end precision, I think was somewhere around 84? It felt light and fast, clears were pretty good I'm not really a smasher so I can't really comment on my smashes, compared to the Bumblebee the Precision is much faster, the bumblebee feels heavy and sluggish compared to the Precision. I only played two games with the bumblebee and went back to the precision some more, and then back to my current go to racket which is the LiNing N30II... The LiNing does produce more power than the precision but the precision is a quicker racket than the N30II... Actually out of the three the victor felt the slowest and most sluggish... I might give it another try later but that's my impression so far... For those on the fence about the Precision I would say give it a try since it is a very very fast racket, in hindsight I should've gotten one a few grams heavier... But as a quick defensive racket(which is what Sir Dink was aiming for) this racket is right on the mark as it's one of the quickest rackets I've ever used....

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    My new logo! (ZM 67 main and 62 cross, 29lbs)


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    Looks like a unhappy panda lol.

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    It's an angry kung fu I'm gonna kik yo butt panda!

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    Nice logo .......looks sharp. Has don't touch Panda's noodles written all over it.

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    Just gotten hold of my Precision yesterday (Thanks to Derrick)

    Just my 2cent worth of contribution.

    the precision i got was at 85.7g with a BP of 290. Will be doing a comparision with my Trinity II at 85.7g with a BP of 287. Both are on Yonex BG66 strings with a tension of 25


    First impression of the Precision- I like the color on the Precision. The gold stripes stands out perfectly!

    First Swing- Solid. and swing felt heavier as compared to my trinity (dude, coz this is bp is 290 whereas my trinity is at 287)

    First "modification"- i removed the original grip and replaced it with a Karakal PU grip. At this point, i realised that the Precision's Paint seems to be slightly disappointing, as the paint at the cone area peeled off together with the black tape of the grip.

    First stroke- Power seems to be generated easily from it.

    (more updates after my dinner)

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    First of all thumbs up for Derrick Tan, Anshar and Panda himself.
    I sent emails and the replies were fast and helpfull. Very professional!

    So finally I got to play with the Precision yesterday. (played a game with Khrisna)

    I strung it with Zymax 62mm
    The racket felt very light (my preference) and POWERFUL. My smashes had more juice than usual ( i hv weak arms)
    My back hand clear and drive went out of courts a few times. I think I had problems getting used to the timing.
    So had to switched back to my regular NS9000 during crucial moments of the game.

    But definitely will be my main racket. I just needed to adjust the overgrip to make it smaller for my little fingers.
    So overall GREAT racket. thanks Panda!

    BTW Khrisna and me WON the very close game. Thanks Khrisna!
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