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    Hmmm, lucked out on the spec's a bit wanting 288 or even 285. Not needing them strung
    just need to cross my fingers customs isn't as slow as last time. So in 10 days should be a
    nice package with 4 rackets to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Aw man, this doesn't look good at all^^ I'm one of the endangered 290-and-above 'pre-orderers'.....and I'm already awaiting it with excitement, how shall I endure another 2 weeks if I am one of the unlucky few?^^
    Actually, the 2 weeks wouldn't absolutely kill me, but it would be uncomfortable, knowing others already get to try it out^^
    We feel your pain, brother.
    Try this : http://www.wikihow.com/Learn-to-Wait-for-What-You-Want

    or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU7Vhyscn6U
    (It might not teach you patience, but it might numb your brain)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    We feel your pain, brother.
    Try this : http://www.wikihow.com/Learn-to-Wait-for-What-You-Want

    or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU7Vhyscn6U
    (It might not teach you patience, but it might numb your brain)
    Okay THAT was just uncalled for!
    jk Alright, seriously, what did that lady smoke??! o_O
    Anyway, I'm still clinging to the hope I'm gonna be lucky enough to get the desired specs with the first shipment. I can be naive like that sometimes I'll still have the BS09 to play around with until then, and somehow the T2s just got much better for me. I'll try using those for a bit...perhaps finally I have sufficient technique to utilize them properly?

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    I will just wait for 85.5gr and 295mm Tpro

    I still need to adapt with that AS008
    today is a nightmare, I mis hit a lot, mis timing too, and my friend keep banging my racket to the floor resulted in scratches here and there
    I have no idea how I could play this bad, also I feel something missing since I move from cab 8 to AS008
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    I guess I wont mind the wait after waiting for so long already for the Revelation :P

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    Yay! Panda finally succeeded and didn't think he could. Sometimes hard work and perseverance does pays off.

    Panda knows a very discriminating coach (we'll call him "Coach D"). He's an excellent player, among the best players this side of professionals. Dare Panda say he's an even better coach, coaching a number of the top high school and college players in SoCal.

    Up until today, Coach D has been mildly receptive to Panda Power rackets. Panda has let Coach D try every Panda Power racket and here are the results in chronological order:

    Ultra 1 with ZM70@30lbs.: solid, good feel but too demanding
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 1 with ZM67@28lbs.: good feel but nothing special
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra 2 with ZM70 @ 30lbs.: better than the U1 but still too heavy
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 2 with ZM62@27lbs.: OK, but something missing. String really good.
    Result: would not buy

    Precision with ZM70@30lbs.: OK, fast, but not as solid as the others
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: very good, best Panda Power racket yet. Lively, solid, powerful.
    Result: would buy but not does not get Coach D's highest approval

    Trinity Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: "Wow Dan this is great!" Then he said quietly to Panda, "I think this is better than even all the %$#ex rackets."
    Result: would buy and gets Coach D's highest approval!

    Panda happy!

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    Haha this makes me want more than one. But I think I'll try it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yay! Panda finally succeeded and didn't think he could. Sometimes hard work and perseverance does pays off.

    Panda knows a very discriminating coach (we'll call him "Coach D"). He's an excellent player, among the best players this side of professionals. Dare Panda say he's an even better coach, coaching a number of the top high school and college players in SoCal.

    Up until today, Coach D has been mildly receptive to Panda Power rackets. Panda has let Coach D try every Panda Power racket and here are the results in chronological order:

    Ultra 1 with ZM70@30lbs.: solid, good feel but too demanding
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 1 with ZM67@28lbs.: good feel but nothing special
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra 2 with ZM70 @ 30lbs.: better than the U1 but still too heavy
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 2 with ZM62@27lbs.: OK, but something missing. String really good.
    Result: would not buy

    Precision with ZM70@30lbs.: OK, fast, but not as solid as the others
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: very good, best Panda Power racket yet. Lively, solid, powerful.
    Result: would buy but not does not get Coach D's highest approval

    Trinity Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: "Wow Dan this is great!" Then he said quietly to Panda, "I think this is better than even all the %$#ex rackets."
    Result: would buy and gets Coach D's highest approval!

    Panda happy!
    Panda

    Given the T-pro's rave review from 'Coach D' do you think you will placing more orders with the manufactures or will you wait and see what demand is like.

    I reckon demand will be huge.

    Congratulations More bamboo shoots for the Panda!

    Any news on the new order of Precisions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinerock View Post
    Panda

    Given the T-pro's rave review from 'Coach D' do you think you will placing more orders with the manufactures or will you wait and see what demand is like.

    I reckon demand will be huge.
    i think it'll depend on whether his manufacturer can bring more of the rackets closer to target specs

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    Payment has just gone in for the UK/EU shipment, so any specs I have for you are now locked. I got two more than the number of pre-orders, so these will be up for grabs until I get the rackets and they go public - spec unknown as yet, but I'll find out when I open the box.

    GBP/EU price, on today's Paypal exchange rate, is now fixed at 83/99 Euro (with the usual 10% multi-buy discount and combined shipping applying).

    Hopefully my prompt payment will mean my guys get the pick of the specs from the second half of the shipment...
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    Panda already asked the manufacturer to add on to the current order if possible. Also want to make sure they get the right BP.

    Will test the new Precision PT on Tuesday night after Panda gets all the current orders out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinerock View Post
    Panda

    Given the T-pro's rave review from 'Coach D' do you think you will placing more orders with the manufactures or will you wait and see what demand is like.

    I reckon demand will be huge.

    Congratulations More bamboo shoots for the Panda!

    Any news on the new order of Precisions?

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    @Panda:
    may I know the spec of the Tpro that coach D bought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yay! Panda finally succeeded and didn't think he could. Sometimes hard work and perseverance does pays off.

    Panda knows a very discriminating coach (we'll call him "Coach D"). He's an excellent player, among the best players this side of professionals. Dare Panda say he's an even better coach, coaching a number of the top high school and college players in SoCal.

    Up until today, Coach D has been mildly receptive to Panda Power rackets. Panda has let Coach D try every Panda Power racket and here are the results in chronological order:

    Ultra 1 with ZM70@30lbs.: solid, good feel but too demanding
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 1 with ZM67@28lbs.: good feel but nothing special
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra 2 with ZM70 @ 30lbs.: better than the U1 but still too heavy
    Result: would not buy.

    Trinity 2 with ZM62@27lbs.: OK, but something missing. String really good.
    Result: would not buy

    Precision with ZM70@30lbs.: OK, fast, but not as solid as the others
    Result: would not buy

    Ultra Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: very good, best Panda Power racket yet. Lively, solid, powerful.
    Result: would buy but not does not get Coach D's highest approval

    Trinity Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: "Wow Dan this is great!" Then he said quietly to Panda, "I think this is better than even all the %$#ex rackets."
    Result: would buy and gets Coach D's highest approval!

    Panda happy!
    Congrats. Must be nice to finally get him to approve Yesterday at a doubles tournament, my partner tried out my T2 (BG66@25lbs) and was instantly liking it. Asked me if I still need that one and where to get those - I told him a bit about the company, and he was eager to test the racket during our next training session to decide whether to buy one.
    I hope I can get others to test my PP's and convert them to the faith The TPro's should be a nice addition to my range (head heavier than what PP's I've got so far)

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    ZOMG! ZOMG! ZOMG! ZOMG!
    It's on it's way!!! (breathe...)
    ZOMG! ZOMG! ZOMG! ZOMG!

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    Nah can't be ....... think shipments to Canada should go out first. With winter currently
    here we need all the cheering up we can get.

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    Spoke too soon got my notification that its on the way too. Thanks sleep deprived Dan and
    your fast service as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post

    Ultra Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: very good, best Panda Power racket yet. Lively, solid, powerful.
    Result: would buy but not does not get Coach D's highest approval

    Trinity Pro with ZM67@31lbs.: "Wow Dan this is great!" Then he said quietly to Panda, "I think this is better than even all the %$#ex rackets."
    Result: would buy and gets Coach D's highest approval!

    Panda happy!
    Maybe know what were the racket spec?

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