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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    hmm.. of course we care about Nano, Ultium Ti etc.. Just as we care weather it is graphite or wood
    Well, it's fun to talk about all those tech, like how much bhp your car is pumping out but at the end of the day, it's the final product that counts. If someone can make a nice wielding racket out of breadcrumbs, I do not see why I'd refuse to use it.

    Better get back to Panda's babies before the mods step in .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Ashaway already has some new string out but it's not readily available; but Panda has some:
    You already compared it to NBG-strings... After coming off the courts having tried bg65ti, I must say I'm not a fan of slippery strings (though micropower feels slick to the touch, it does have a grip...somehow)
    Are the new ZM strings just as slippery as 65ti (per example)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    You already compared it to NBG-strings... After coming off the courts having tried bg65ti, I must say I'm not a fan of slippery strings (though micropower feels slick to the touch, it does have a grip...somehow)
    Are the new ZM strings just as slippery as 65ti (per example)?
    Agree, MP does appear to be slippery to the touch but when you string it on a racket, it has good grip. Both prototype ZM strings have excellent grip. I have not tried the actual production versions yet but will do so today or tomorrow. I believe there were no changes to the production string so they should be the same.

    Gonna string an Ultra with ZM70 at 35lbs. ECP and have some fun!

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    sounds good I always liked MP, though I use bg80 now, I'll definatly try a reel op ZM when I'm out of strings
    35lbs with yonex equivalent of 0.67mm (give or take)... Doesn't sound like something that will last

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    sounds good I always liked MP, though I use bg80 now, I'll definatly try a reel op ZM when I'm out of strings
    35lbs with yonex equivalent of 0.67mm (give or take)... Doesn't sound like something that will last
    I wanted to test the ZM70 and see how tight I could string it. It's an impressive string...

    ...I just strung an Ultra with ZM70 at ~36.5lbs. ECP (36.0/37.0) with a 10% pre-stretch. That's the highest tension I have ever strung a racket. The string held up no problems as did the racket. Hmmm, at this tension, I don't think I need a 10% pre-stretch. I have to admit, watching the digital gauge go past to 40lbs. and drop back down was a bit harrowing.

    I'll go test out the racket and string tomorrow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I wanted to test the ZM70 and see how tight I could string it. It's an impressive string...

    ...I just strung an Ultra with ZM70 at ~36.5lbs. ECP (36.0/37.0) with a 10% pre-stretch. That's the highest tension I have ever strung a racket. The string held up no problems as did the racket. Hmmm, at this tension, I don't think I need a 10% pre-stretch. I have to admit, watching the digital gauge go past to 40lbs. and drop back down was a bit harrowing.

    I'll go test out the racket and string tomorrow...
    Lol! I don't think you will get to test the racket for long! at 36/37lbs , your going to have to make some quick review on it !

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    can u please give us full information of those two racquets, like weight, stiffness, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    can u please give us full information of those two racquets, like weight, stiffness, etc
    All the information is already in this post, thanks.

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    At 40,even though the frame can hold it..the problem is now to seek for a string that can be durable enough at that tension.Hehe..anyway,panda,still waiting for the pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    At 40,even though the frame can hold it..the problem is now to seek for a string that can be durable enough at that tension.Hehe..anyway,panda,still waiting for the pics!
    The pics have already been posted .

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    o wow. haven't been snooping around on bc for a while and panda's coming out with rackets cant' wait to try them out XD

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    if it's 1/2 of good for panda, it's 2X better for our need

    hey dinkalot, how about this slogan?

    'Strong enough for panda but made us humans'

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    Master Cooler: naw, Panda don't want too much hype or big expectations. Because it can only go downhill from there.

    Panda just hopes to make a good product for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    We haven't worked out the exact logistics in other countries but in a nutshell, yes, if there are any defects the country of purchase will handle the RMA.

    We hope to minimize manufacturring defects as each racket is carefully inspected at least fours times:

    1) First by the manufacturer

    2) Then again before it ships to us

    3) Once here, we inspect (this will be the most meticulous and timing consuming)

    4) Final inspection when the racket ships to the customer.
    On #3, does it have to pass PIT (Panda Impact Test)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    On #3, does it have to pass PIT (Panda Impact Test)?
    not 100% PIT.........., a tighter sampling plan will do for a start. pls attach a copy of the COC. it can be a 2D or 3D coded print or a Hologram (liked YY) as a form of authentication proof.

    by the way, who will be yr ambassador of this product? just kidding guys.

    cheers
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    Big hitting raquet for big hitting dudes ( and maybe dudettes)!!!!


    For instance, if you ask Oldhand, he'll tell you my double's partner Tommy hits pretty hard; Tommy says he can't even wield the Ultra. Another person, one of the hardest hitting top amateurs in the US, "Ba Su"; he said he needed to work out for a few months in order to wield an 85.5g Ultra which swings like a 88g racket


    As I've said, sounds like a boomstick of my liking. Sounds as meaty as the old iso-200s.




    I got a really good ad campagin, we need to get Panda, Myself and some other , of, er, well, we'll say, large for badminton stature with new Ultra's in hand.

    "Time to hit with the big boys."

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    Wow, I haven't been on these forums in a while. I'm glad to hear that production is going along well and distribution is soon to come. Assuming I'm willing to unwrap my hands from my change, one of these rackets may become the last one I purchase before I head off to college!

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