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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    No, despite my repeated whinings.

    Tbh, I'd take the old system over the Arc 10 one every day - the latter has the most exposed main of anything other than the standard Meteor pattern.
    Yeah that can be quite annoying especially when you string for mishitters

    At least the meteors have extra shared holes that allow an extra top cross.

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    Can someone post some salient features this racquet? Its difficult to go through all the pages. I have seen the website and i know that it can sustain more tension.

    My current favorites are Yonex Armortec 900p and Li ning n90. I would like to try out Panda Power. Which model should I opt for?

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    Update - the Uk shipment has arrived already, just have to go and pick it up.

    Shipping starts this week; three Ultra-K up for grabs.

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    received the Revelation last week, played with it the first time last friday, the weight is just right (3u), balance is wonderful (even balance), and flexible shaft. strung with zymax70 @ 24lbs, it actually plays very similarly to zymax67.

    played again yesterday. both days i've played doubles and it allowed me faster reaction due to the weight and balance of the racket. the string and tension allowed me to place very decent tumbling net drops. hitting clears was effortless due to the flexible shaft. even tho it's considered light for my standard, it allowed me to place backhand clears with little effort as well. i still need more time getting the timing right for smash shots since the shuttle's pace is a bit slower.

    i will play again tonight in singles to see how well i perform with this racket. i can be pretty certain that my reaction time will increase in singles as well, but i am curious to find out when i'm tired and am trying to place a backhand clear, how well i can execute it

    paint job is excellent in my opinion, with a very attractive butt cap! even the cone is very nice and there was a moment where i wanted to regrip my overgrip so that it doesn't cover the whole cone.

    i am very happy with this racket and i do recommend this to anyone who's looking for a racket that could be "customized" to your specific needs...if you know what your needs are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Can someone post some salient features this racquet? Its difficult to go through all the pages. I have seen the website and i know that it can sustain more tension.

    My current favorites are Yonex Armortec 900p and Li ning n90. I would like to try out Panda Power. Which model should I opt for?
    For sure, UK is the one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Can someone post some salient features this racquet? Its difficult to go through all the pages. I have seen the website and i know that it can sustain more tension.

    My current favorites are Yonex Armortec 900p and Li ning n90. I would like to try out Panda Power. Which model should I opt for?
    Get a UK with around 300 - 305bp.

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    Thanks disci, visor.

    Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

    sohee7164@yahoo.com

    Technical details of permanent failure:
    Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain yahoo.com by mta6.am0.yahoodns.net
    Tried mailing Derrick in Singapore. It bounced!

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    Default 10 Panda Power Ultra Pro(Kelver) just arrived in Burnaby, BC, Canada

    10 Panda Power Ultra Pro(Kelver) just arrived in Burnaby, BC, Canada

    Will take them to CNC shop for laser engraving.
    Demo as early as Thursday. please e-mail me at

    takamsda at gmail dot com for demo inquiry!
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    Hehe. Hehe. Hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
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    Drooooooooooooool

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    Show the buttcap

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    Could someone please post Singapore dealer contact info? The email listed on the website bounced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Could someone please post Singapore dealer contact info? The email listed on the website bounced.
    Edit - Got pm from Derrick. His email is sohe7164@yahoo.com

    On the website, it is listed sohee7164@yahoo.com

    web admins...kindly correct it and if possible please add the images of UK and Revelation on the website.

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    I played about 1.25hrs 6 games of singles with the Revelation and I am very very impressed with this racket. For the most part I didn't have to choke up on the cone area of the handle for faster swings, and the flexible shaft allowed me to get out of trouble when I had to retrieve a shot placed deep in my backhand corner!

    Playing higher level doubles allowed me to be quick in the front with accurate blocks and drops while sorta pounded smashes from the rear!

    one thing still bugs me is the frame, I never like a racket with a frame too close to being round and that's why I dislike the arc10 and love the arc11 or nr800!

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    Thanks for the info, Derrick's e-mail has been corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Edit - Got pm from Derrick. His email is sohe7164@yahoo.com

    On the website, it is listed sohee7164@yahoo.com

    web admins...kindly correct it and if possible please add the images of UK and Revelation on the website.

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    ooooh! how much are those, @kwun?

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