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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    don't need to.
    He's comes in naturally black and white already.
    Haha! good one :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Nope, Panda wear's industrial grade Nitrile/Latex 2-Ply Gloves. Nitrile on the outside, latex on the inside. Left over stuff from Panda's car modding days.
    Hmmmm..... all that soft fur of Panda would make for a great shammy!

    Seriously though, your attention to detail is what wins our hearts Dinkaroonie. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    don't need to.
    He's comes in naturally black and white already.
    Hey! That's an old picture, I remodelled my house...errrr...cave!

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    Do PP racquets come with a sleeve?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    Do PP racquets come with a sleeve?
    Yes, soft cloth cover.

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    Sir Dink,

    now that Ultra1 is discontinued, are you going to discontinue Trinity1 in favour of Trinity2 too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yes, of course the racket manufacturer does quality assurance (QA) but it doesn't hurt to redo it.

    In actuality, the racket manufacturer does it once, my shipper (a friend in China) check it again and when the rackets get to me, once again.

    Better safe than sorry.
    wow... that is the rare high quality and loving care customer service that you do not see often... good stuff.

    DinkAlot, where are you located? Europe?

    I hope your rackets hit the Canadian market soon, i'm looking for a light-racket, head heavy. Any similar to MP88 or AT700. Actually I was looking up MJStrings and they are carrying your stuff.

    You maybe asked this already, but do you have a catalog or website available? I liked to see all the specs of each racket.

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    Please wait while Dinkalot works on the website.

    Mean while contact mj string for more informations

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    Hahaha Sir dink is not in europe. He's a Cali kinda guy. Panda's like warm sun.

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    anyone can tell me the specs and prices for t1 and t2?they are all-rounded racquet,right?
    make the price in MAS RM's,can anyone in malaysia provide me the racquets so i do not have to wait for mailing,my location is in Puchong here,MBA is a good trading spot.pls PM me for further discussions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    anyone can tell me the specs and prices for t1 and t2?they are all-rounded racquet,right?
    make the price in MAS RM's,can anyone in malaysia provide me the racquets so i do not have to wait for mailing,my location is in Puchong here,MBA is a good trading spot.pls PM me for further discussions.
    Try to contact mr Blurry_D for more detail

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Hahaha Sir dink is not in europe. He's a Cali kinda guy. Panda's like warm sun.
    Hahah warm fuzzy feeling lol... Panda is nice..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jchan04 View Post
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    DinkAlot, where are you located? Europe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Hahaha Sir dink is not in europe. He's a Cali kinda guy. Panda's like warm sun.
    ..to be exact, he was given as a symbol of friendship from China and is now residing (and hibernating) in always sunny & warm Southern California..

    Wow, Dan, after reading your detailed post describing the racket inspection process, i must say i'm truly impressed. Hands down, total professionalism!

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    I'd have to completely agree with everyone so far, this level of care and professionalism is unheard of anymore. Thank you sir, for your diligence and care.

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    Panda has received some questions regarding weight and BP (balance point). A few even said it was not a good indicator of a racket's overall swing weight or performance.

    If you know the weight and BP of a racket, aside from anomalies, it's the most accurate way to determine the way the racket is going to perform.

    Assuming all else equal and you are able to consistently maximize the potential of the racket (flex the shaft)...

    ...if the racket is light in weight and head light:
    Offense will be below average
    Defense will be excellent
    Transitioning will be excellent
    Racket Balance: will be excellent

    ...if the racket is heavy in weight and head heavy:
    Offense will be excellent
    Defense will be below average
    Transitioning will be below average
    Racket Balance: will be below average

    ...if the racket is light in weight and head heavy:
    Offense will be good
    Defense will be good
    Transitioning will be good
    Racket Balance: will be average to good

    ...if the racket is heavy in weight and head light:
    Offense will be good
    Defense will be average
    Transitioning will be good
    Racket Balance: will be average to good

    ...if the racket is moderate in weight and moderately head heavy:
    Offense will be good to very good
    Defense will be good to very good
    Transitioning will be good to very good
    Racket Balance: will be good to very good

    ...there are numerous other variations on the above that can vary performance.

    The question for each person is:

    What are you looking for and what's best for you? They maybe different things.

    Panda has noticed many beginners to about "C" level players look for heavy smashing rackets. As the player improves and becomes advanced, the more they go for lighter, stiffer rackets with higher tension. The reason for this is from beginner to "C" level, a racket can make a significant difference in offense and not hurt defense too much. A good smashing racket can get through the opponent of the same level. At advanced levels, everyone can defend and every can attack so using a heavy smashing racket is detrimental because it slows you down and you get tired much faster. At this level it's better to get a stiff, lighter racket so you have better control and can keep up with your opponents.

    Depending on your level and who you play, racket selection can be tricky...

    ...an advanced player knows exactly what he needs and wants. His needs and wants are both the same.

    ...an advanced intermediate player should know what he needs and wants. If he is smart, they are both the same.

    ...an advanced beginner to intermediate player usually have different needs and wants. They need a lighter, more mobile racket yet they want and (usually) go for the heavier or attack oriented racket because they can kill the same level opponents more successfully.

    ...a beginner should just use any lighter to medium weight racket that is inexpensive because it does not matter what racket he uses, he won't be able to tell much difference and the overall performance difference is negligible.

    Of course it is your right to use any racket you choose. If it's the completely wrong racket and it hinders your performance on court but you like the racket and are happy with it, use it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Panda has noticed many beginners to about "C" level players look for heavy smashing rackets. As the player improves and becomes advanced, the more they go for lighter, stiffer rackets with higher tension. The reason for this is from beginner to "C" level, a racket can make a significant difference in offense and not hurt defense too much. A good smashing racket can get through the opponent of the same level. At advanced levels, everyone can defend and every can attack so using a heavy smashing racket is detrimental because it slows you down and you get tired much faster. At this level it's better to get a stiff, lighter racket so you have better control and can keep up with your opponents.

    Depending on your level and who you play, racket selection can be tricky...

    ...an advanced player knows exactly what he needs and wants. His needs and wants are both the same.

    ...an advanced intermediate player should know what he needs and wants. If he is smart, they are both the same.

    ...an advanced beginner to intermediate player usually have different needs and wants. They need a lighter, more mobile racket yet they want and (usually) go for the heavier or attack oriented racket because they can kill the same level opponents more successfully.

    ...a beginner should just use any lighter to medium weight racket that is inexpensive because it does not matter what racket he uses, he won't be able to tell much difference and the overall performance difference is negligible.

    Of course it is your right to use any racket you choose. If it's the completely wrong racket and it hinders your performance on court but you like the racket and are happy with it, use it!
    Absolutely spot on. The number of forumites that go on and on about wonderful smashing rackets is ridiculous. They should stop trying to smash the living daylights out of the birdie and start trying to play Badminton .

    I'm pleased with your grading - I really need/want a light, stiff, balanced racket. This means I'm close to making 'pro' .... well, you can dream....

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    wow, how lucky am I, the club i play at is having a demo night from MJ strings and they are featuring two of your rackets.
    Trinity and Ultra 2.

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