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    Can you show pictures of Ultra Pro racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hakular View Post
    Can you show pictures of Ultra Pro racket?
    Hakular, if you read the last couple pages of this thread, nearly all your questions can be answered.
    just take some time to read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hakular View Post
    Can you show pictures of Ultra Pro racket?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post1579873

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    Dink im curious, in which country have you sold the most Panda Power Racquets? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterkillerz View Post
    Dink im curious, in which country have you sold the most Panda Power Racquets? :P
    Probably U.S., signflip and what07 both buy huge amounts, but there's probably a few more customers in the US of A - Canada is second, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Probably U.S., signflip and what07 both buy huge amounts, but there's probably a few more customers in the US of A - Canada is second, I guess.
    heh, i wonder if he managed to convert at least half of his club members to playing with panda rackets

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    If we're talking about OCBC, probably not - that thing looks huge! I understand there are also quite a few sponsored players there...I just hope his club is less snobby than mine, where many ppl won't even look at a racket not from a known company (which is ironic, as many play with Oliver rackets, which, in my opinion, are of lower quality). One guy was funny - he actually thought Li Ning was a low-end company, not producing anything comparable to Yonex very satisfying when a Z-Slash broke 2 minutes later. I imagine I must've looked quite smug - none of my PP and LN rackets have even come close to breaking yet

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    Imma going to throw some yellow string on it!
    Panda, don't forget the roofing nails...er... grommets for the Precision!

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    Question for Panda:

    Now that you have the T Pros, how's the swing wt compared to T2's? Gram for gram swings the same? Unlike Ultra Pros that swing 2g heavier than U2's.

    So, if I wanted to swing the same as a 86g 288mm T2, I would order the exact same specs for T Pro?

    I'm sure I asked you this before, but I just want to make sure before I finalize my specs for the pre-order.

    TIA!
    Last edited by visor; 02-05-2011 at 03:14 AM.

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    the Tpro looks nice, and it is brighter and more yellowish than the one from manufacturer photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterkillerz View Post
    Dink im curious, in which country have you sold the most Panda Power Racquets? :P
    It's hard to say, probably a toss-up between the U.S. and Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Now that you have the T Pros, how's the swing wt compared to T2's? Gram for gram swings the same? Unlike Ultra Pros that swing 2g heavier than U2's.
    Good question; the TPros swing "true", meaning it will only have the actual weight listed.


    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    So, if I wanted to swing the same as a 86g 288mm T2, I would order the exact same specs for T Pro?
    Yep, the same.

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    OK, Panda got back at around 3:45am from testing the TPro. It played very well and Panda is very pleased.

    Panda will let the others that tested the TPro review it because the proof is in the pudding. Oh wait, no need, one guy came to SGVBC at 2:30am, tested the racket and bought two. Another bought one even though he as a few Ps and another wants a TPro but has a few Ps and T2s.

    Yes, the TPro is good, better than Panda expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    OK, Panda got back at around 3:45am from testing the TPro. It played very well and Panda is very pleased.

    Panda will let the others that tested the TPro review it because the proof is in the pudding. Oh wait, no need, one guy came to SGVBC at 2:30am, tested the racket and bought two. Another bought one even though he as a few Ps and another wants a TPro but has a few Ps and T2s.

    Yes, the TPro is good, better than Panda expected.
    That's impressive ! I tested the Ultra Pro and the Precision today and I like the feel of the racquets. Very solid feel and yet it is lively unlike the SW35 solid but muted feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post

    Yes, the TPro is good, better than Panda expected.
    Which spec did you test?

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    Tpro sounds tempting, but need more reviews and conviencing. The color is a turn off at the moment lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    Tpro sounds tempting, but need more reviews and conviencing. The color is a turn off at the moment lol.
    Cmon, you have almost all of Panda's rackets. You can't NOT get the T Pro!

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