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    Default Panda Power Design Inc

    FYI i created a thread for these panda power racquet designs
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=79224

    hope u enjoy the images dere

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    when will the T2 arrive in the uk , has anyone gave it a try-out yet ? BTW, it look stunning the T2 . Best looking racket in the world IMO , and if it play up to how it look ! ooooooooooo..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    when will the T2 arrive in the uk , has anyone gave it a try-out yet ? BTW, it look stunning the T2 . Best looking racket in the world IMO , and if it play up to how it look ! ooooooooooo..........
    So far, 8 for 8. Panda can confirm that 8 locals who used to use the T1 now use the T2. They all agree the T2 is a better performing, better all-around racket. It is faster transitioning and able to generate more power, easier. I don't think any of them post but I try to get them to do so.

    Sketchy and Panda thank you on the design compliiment. We agree, the racket is quite sharp.
    Last edited by DinkAlot; 12-28-2009 at 07:49 PM.

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    Oh, so panda rackets have arrived in the respective regions then? Of course the nearer it is to the US the faster it would arrive, I know that.

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    I have 3x t1 and I got a t2 a week ago, I would have to say, t2 is much more stabilize than t1 on the frame, it's obviously faster on transitioning speed and it does generate more power than t1. It also gives me the arcsaber kind of holding feeling (from the 15% less stiffer shaft?) which I like it very much.
    If you give t1 a 9/10, I'm pretty sure you will give t2 a 10/10, you will not be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexy View Post
    I have 3x t1 and I got a t2 a week ago, I would have to say, t2 is much more stabilize than t1 on the frame, it's obviously faster on transitioning speed and it does generate more power than t1. It also gives me the arcsaber kind of holding feeling (from the 15% less stiffer shaft?) which I like it very much.
    If you give t1 a 9/10, I'm pretty sure you will give t2 a 10/10, you will not be disappointed.
    Sorry, i don't have much badminton knowledge, what does it mean to have a stable frame? ):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    Sorry, i don't have much badminton knowledge, what does it mean to have a stable frame? ):
    It gives less vibration when you hit the shuttle, which gives you more accurate and smooth control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexy View Post
    It gives less vibration when you hit the shuttle, which gives you more accurate and smooth control.
    Ohhhhhhhhhhh okay..
    thanks.
    looking forward to this T2 (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexy View Post
    It gives less vibration when you hit the shuttle, which gives you more accurate and smooth control.
    I wouldn't say that less vibration equals stable frame.

    My understanding is that stable frame comes from a stiff and solid frame and T joint that resists torque around the shaft axis on hits that are not perfectly centred. Hence, the shuttle still travels in the direction that you had intended and aimed despite off centre hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    thank you it is slightly different now http://bcpk.org/ultra3b.png
    i like the 1st one better...blue at the bottom goes well i think...but good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    I wouldn't say that less vibration equals stable frame.

    My understanding is that stable frame comes from a stiff and solid frame and T joint that resists torque around the shaft axis on hits that are not perfectly centred. Hence, the shuttle still travels in the direction that you had intended and aimed despite off centre hits.
    Thanks for explaining.
    I might use the wrong term by saying that since I'm not really an racket expert, but at less that is how I feel compare to my other t1s.
    Frame and t joint from t2 feels stiffer than t1 when compared side by side, it does give me less vibrations.
    To me, the direction, depth and height of the shots are much more controllable and accurate with t2 when compared to t1.
    In fact, I feel t2 gives me more control and accuracy over any yy rackets i've used before. Don't know about others but that is just how I feel about t2. I'm already addicted to it.

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    So has the Trinity 2 got the TI mESH constructed to the frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by texin7 View Post
    i like the 1st one better...blue at the bottom goes well i think...but good work!
    cheers.

    I'd like to know what Dink thinks too

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    So has the Trinity 2 got the TI mESH constructed to the frame

    No, it does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    cheers.

    I'd like to know what Dink thinks too
    I think it's...OK.

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    D_E's latest one reminds me of the new silver NS6000, which is excellent-looking. May I know which program you're all using to generate such designs? - I have a couple I would like to put down on (electronic) paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I think it's...OK.
    Anything in particular I could improve on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    D_E's latest one reminds me of the new silver NS6000, which is excellent-looking. May I know which program you're all using to generate such designs? - I have a couple I would like to put down on (electronic) paper.
    Thanks Mark! I use GIMP - http://gimp.org, it's free software similar to Adobe Photoshop.

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