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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Panda Power Extreme...hmmmm...sounds good.
    i it will be the NEXT POP in the racket market i want 2 pieces for myself

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    Hi bro Dinkalot: Let's say compare Ultra 1 vs Zelm powerplay 10000 Vs Victor super wave 35 vs Yonex nanospeed 9900 vs Li ning N90

    Above all 5 rackets: Which one best in terms stiffness & attacking play, control?

    Thanks!

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    I have only tried the U1 and NS9900.

    These two are completely different rackets. The U1 is stiffer, more head heavy, a heavy hitter racket. Think of the U1 as a stiffer, beefier version of the AT900P but less head heavy. The 9900 though stiff, is very head light. It's a counterattack racket. So, they are not really comparable. Both rackets are designed for different players and for different styles of play.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi bro Dinkalot: Let's say compare Ultra 1 vs Zelm powerplay 10000 Vs Victor super wave 35 vs Yonex nanospeed 9900 vs Li ning N90

    Above all 5 rackets: Which one best in terms stiffness & attacking play, control?

    Thanks!

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    So bro , if i want a racket that is very very stiff, and head heavy racket, which one to choose and Ultra 1 got 2u ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    So bro , if i want a racket that is very very stiff, and head heavy racket, which one to choose and Ultra 1 got 2u ?
    The U1 is among the Top 3 stiffest rackets currently made. It's head heavy but not extreme.

    The TC700 is the most demanding racket I have tried so far. The RSL X2Pro and U1 follow thereafter in no particular order.

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    Bro , what is the full name of TC700, which brand ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro , what is the full name of TC700, which brand ?
    Mizuno Tetra Cross 700.

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    Bro Dinkalot : I really need yr help :Above all 5 rackets: Which one best in terms stiffness & attacking play, control?


    Cause i really need a spare racket for my current Yonex armotec 700,, will it be a good choice if i buy victor super waves 35, as this is also used by Lee Yong dae 's partner ?

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    What part of I've only tried TWO of the FIVE rackets don't you understand?

    Newsflash: if you or anyone else needs a back-up, get another racket of the same make and model. It would only seem logical, no? .......


    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro Dinkalot : I really need yr help :Above all 5 rackets: Which one best in terms stiffness & attacking play, control?

    Cause i really need a spare racket for my current Yonex armotec 700,, will it be a good choice if i buy victor super waves 35, as this is also used by Lee Yong dae 's partner ?

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    What u mean bro, i dont understand ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    What u mean bro, i dont understand ??
    I cannot explain it anymore clear, please re-read the posts.

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    Bro what is the weight of Ultra 1, ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro what is the weight of Ultra 1, ?
    Please stop asking one question at a time. If you have questions, please ask them all at once, thank you.

    U1s range from 85-90g, BP288-295. I currently only have two U1s in the 90g, BP290-292 range. They are both used. Once has some a few minor paints chips up top. The other is near mint.

    Please e-mail me at: dcbadminton AT gmail DOT com if you have further questions, thanks.

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    haha this is quite funny.

    i've seen it happen in other threads before

    lols

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    Bro Ferrerkiko, reports seem to indicate that the Li Ning N90 is a superb racquet and probably the best of those five. However, the N90 and TC700 are extremely expensive and are probably not worth paying so much for a back up racquet unless you are playing at a very high level. Be sensible with your money...

    The Ultra I or Ultra II sound like the best balance of performance and value.

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    Mmmm a 90g 292bp ultra 1. Sounds like a hell of a horse to tame. The challenge has me salivating. Maybe it's time to round up more funds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Mmmm a 90g 292bp ultra 1. Sounds like a hell of a horse to tame. The challenge has me salivating. Maybe it's time to round up more funds.
    I have a 89g/294 Ultra 1 - imagine trying to pull a knotted sock of out a rabid pitbull's jaws and you'll come close to the experience of controlling this thing. It only comes out of the bag when I play singles against people who can't smash more than once in a row.

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