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    I will get my racket from the depot Thursday and will take few photos and post it here
    but before that I need to do my final project presentation (the final project like dissertation but in group)

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    I find my postman pretty good. When we get parcels on saturdays (my lie in day!) He Rings the doorbell, then knocks on the door then when I realise it is him, I poke m hed out of the window & ask him to leave it on the doorstep.

    Maybe because I live in a rural (ish) location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Flixor and j4ckie's packages went away yesterday morning; cayzi's today.
    How about mine?
    Are they on their way yet, or are you saving the most important shipment til last?
    As long as they're here before next Tuesday, I'm not too bothered...

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    You poor folks still waiting for your Trinity Pro's? Europe may have a rich variety of cheeses and castles, but the dearth of Panda Power makes the Old World seem even more behind the times.
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    Took the Trinity Pro for another try tonight.
    Compared it to my current fling, Victor BS10, and to my long-time steady, Trinity 1.

    The Trinity Pro plays well. Mine is 284mm/85g, so not a heavy weight. But it is solid and just as quick as the Trinity 1 (similar specs, same string/tension).
    And the T-Pro is definitely a pretty piece.

    For now I'm still more comfortable with the slightly stiffer Trinity 1. It just seems to give me a bit better control and power. This is likely just a matter of familiarity.

    Interestigly The BS10 (4U) and the Trinity 1 play similarly. Perhaps the BS10 has the edge in power. But with all three rackets, I was thoroughly enjoying defence tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    "Dear Sir/Madam,

    We looked at your front door and you didn't answer immediately, so you're going to have to come to the depot."

    Flixor and j4ckie's packages went away yesterday morning; cayzi's today.
    Woot, that is good news

    Cheers Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    You poor folks still waiting for your Trinity Pro's? Europe may have a rich variety of cheeses and castles, but the dearth of Panda Power makes the Old World seem even more behind the times.
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    Took the Trinity Pro for another try tonight.
    Compared it to my current fling, Victor BS10, and to my long-time steady, Trinity 1.

    The Trinity Pro plays well. Mine is 284mm/85g, so not a heavy weight. But it is solid and just as quick as the Trinity 1 (similar specs, same string/tension).
    And the T-Pro is definitely a pretty piece.

    For now I'm still more comfortable with the slightly stiffer Trinity 1. It just seems to give me a bit better control and power. This is likely just a matter of familiarity.

    Interestigly The BS10 (4U) and the Trinity 1 play similarly. Perhaps the BS10 has the edge in power. But with all three rackets, I was thoroughly enjoying defence tonight.
    wow you make us jealousy ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    You poor folks still waiting for your Trinity Pro's? Europe may have a rich variety of cheeses and castles, but the dearth of Panda Power makes the Old World seem even more behind the times.
    ______________
    Took the Trinity Pro for another try tonight.
    Compared it to my current fling, Victor BS10, and to my long-time steady, Trinity 1.

    The Trinity Pro plays well. Mine is 284mm/85g, so not a heavy weight. But it is solid and just as quick as the Trinity 1 (similar specs, same string/tension).
    And the T-Pro is definitely a pretty piece.

    For now I'm still more comfortable with the slightly stiffer Trinity 1. It just seems to give me a bit better control and power. This is likely just a matter of familiarity.

    Interestigly The BS10 (4U) and the Trinity 1 play similarly. Perhaps the BS10 has the edge in power. But with all three rackets, I was thoroughly enjoying defence tonight.
    dang it, I envy you
    how about BS10 and Tpro, is it same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    You poor folks still waiting for your Trinity Pro's? Europe may have a rich variety of cheeses and castles, but the dearth of Panda Power makes the Old World seem even more behind the times.
    ______________
    Took the Trinity Pro for another try tonight.
    Compared it to my current fling, Victor BS10, and to my long-time steady, Trinity 1.

    The Trinity Pro plays well. Mine is 284mm/85g, so not a heavy weight. But it is solid and just as quick as the Trinity 1 (similar specs, same string/tension).
    And the T-Pro is definitely a pretty piece.

    For now I'm still more comfortable with the slightly stiffer Trinity 1. It just seems to give me a bit better control and power. This is likely just a matter of familiarity.

    Interestigly The BS10 (4U) and the Trinity 1 play similarly. Perhaps the BS10 has the edge in power. But with all three rackets, I was thoroughly enjoying defence tonight.
    Sound like talking about a groovy kind of love (with the rackets, of course)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Interestigly The BS10 (4U) and the Trinity 1 play similarly. Perhaps the BS10 has the edge in power. But with all three rackets, I was thoroughly enjoying defence tonight.
    sounds very promising!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    wow you make us jealousy ....
    Sorry. It is far too easy to appear to be flaunting good fortune on this forum. No offence intended.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    dang it, I envy you
    how about BS10 and Tpro, is it same?
    Not so similar. This TPro is not quite as stiff and it is lighter and head-lighter than the BS10, so it feels different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Not so similar. This TPro is not quite as stiff and it is lighter and head-lighter than the BS10, so it feels different.
    Clarification for others: Your specific TPro is lighter in weight and less head heavy than the BS10.

    TPros range in weight/BP from: 83-88g, BP270-305.
    So one of the heavier/high BP TPros would be closer to the BS10 in weight and BP.

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    Dan is correct. Thank you for clarifying.

    My 'dainty' T-Pro does excel in speed at the net and it has a lively reactive feel that really helps when directing returns in defence, thanks to the stiff, light shaft. And there is no problem with clears and drives. It seems to "hit above its weight" in that department.

    I suspect those who covet power are going to love their TPro with a heavier head. I'm looking forward to hearing their reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    I suspect those who covet power are going to love their TPro with a heavier head. I'm looking forward to hearing their reviews.
    The BP290-300+ TPros should be shipping to Panda in about 4-5 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The BP290-300+ TPros should be shipping to Panda in about 4-5 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The BP290-300+ TPros should be shipping to Panda in about 4-5 days.
    hurray .....
    people in Malaysia/Indonesia who want to buy pls do let me know ... I may add my order.
    and it may be closer to BS10

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    I think its kind of ironic that Panda has the rackets shipped to him (USA) from China, all while people in Asian and south east Asia have to wait twice as long even though they are being made in their own backyard :P GO USA!

    Dan, I forgot to tell you, I finally broke 1 of the 3 Chao Pai Nano Power 728 that I bought from you years ago! I couldnt connect with the T1's or T2's, but I used a couple very stiff rackets the other night and it was amazing! I'm finally ready for a stiffer racket :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    sounds very promising!
    Kwun, are you going to get a Tpro?
    It would be fun to compare Tpro with VT80, BS10, SW35 and MX80

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