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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^now that's something...so, how's it compared to your mx80?

    obviously, not as stiff... but power, accuracy, speed, maneuverability?
    oh.. hard to compare. as they are so close.

    MX80 definitely stiff, and faster response on hard impact. someone much stronger than me might be able to overpower the Precision Pro, but may not be able to overpower the MX80. but difference there is small.

    accuracy - very similar, not much difference there.

    speed - also very close. maybe MX80 slightly and very slightly faster.

    liveliness - PPro, seems to have a bit more bounce.

    sound - PPro. never heard this kinda of "PACK" explosion before, even with the same string/tension i use everywhere. MX80 is more of a BOOM.

    they are so close. my MX80 is leaning on the wall next to my machine right now waiting to get a new set of ZM62 laced on to it. once i have that done i will bring them both for a A/B comparison. it will be close one.

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    Ooooh!! This is getting real exciting, now!
    I believe PP is hitting the big league with this new offering...
    Congratulations, Dan! If anyone does, you certainly deserve it!

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    ^^ oooh... almost like an mx80 with the same accuracy, but less stiff and more accesible power!

    now that got my attention!

    can't wait for your comparo! ... and i know i'm not the only one

    ps. almost sounds like the mx70, which is my current go-to

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^ oooh... almost like an mx80 with the same accuracy, but less stiff and more accesible power!

    now that got my attention!

    can't wait for your comparo! ... and i know i'm not the only one
    Definitely not the only one

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^ oooh... almost like an mx80 with the same accuracy, but less stiff and more accesible power!

    now that got my attention!

    can't wait for your comparo! ... and i know i'm not the only one

    ps. almost sounds like the mx70, which is my current go-to
    not really. i do have a heavier spec MX70, but the balance feels different. MX70 i don't feel most of the weight at the tip of the racket. but instead more evenly balanced throughout the head. a light headed NS i will feel that the weight is around the T.

    for the PPro, definitely feel that the weight is near the tip.

    so it feels more like a MX80 than a MX70 in terms of balance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    Definitely not the only one
    drop by if you can. then you can try them out for yourself!

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    Excited! Bring on the UK shipment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    *blush* Thank you Sir!

    Panda knew it's really good (and many new Precision owners have told Panda the same) but Panda didn't want to get his hopes up too high.

    Getting Kwun and Janet's approval means a lot.
    Panda always tells me his rackets are good. and i am sure they are all good. but the Precision Pro is not only good, but also seems to be tailored to my taste and racket preference.

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    Much more of this hot-'n-heavy display of mutual admiration and I'll have to reach for some Gravol!

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    PPro have been shipped from USA - expecting them middle/late next week.

    Resume mutual backslapping.

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    Any other reviews/comparisons yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimcorner View Post
    Any other reviews/comparisons yet?
    Hello, I know Panda very well.

    I find the Precision Pro to be the best racket among the other Panda Power rackets I have tried. The PPro is certainly my most favorite racket to use.

    The frame is strong, the shaft is pretty stiff, it generates power very well, and it has great feel and accuracy. Clearing the bird was effortless and smashes were like bombs. The racket is just amazing. Definitely a good racket to try :P

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    Oh, also, compared to other rackets I have used (Ti-10 3rd Gen, NanoSpeed8000, MusclePower100, MusclePower99, and other Panda Power rackets like the TPro), I find the PPro hits much better and the racket frame and shaft is much stronger as well.

    The specs on the PPro is just the way I like it and perfect for me

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    Specs: 85.6g, BP 288
    ZM62 @ 25lbs

    The PrecisionPro, is indeed the Best racket I have ever used.

    1. The swing is amazing, the aero/diamond frame shape cuts through air with minimum resistance.
    2. The shaft has the right amount of stiffness for me, but most importantly the shaft has the fastest response time, the shuttlecocks shoots out of the racket frame immediately.
    3. The frame is solid, the touch and feel of doing shots is very crisp.

    No other racket I have tried (Ti-10 3rd Gen, Nanospeed 8000/9000/9900, MusclePower 88/99/100, Carbonex30-MS, Armortech 250/600/900T/900P has even come close to the PANDAPOWER PRECISIONPRO

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    Would having recessed grommets help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimcorner View Post
    Would having recessed grommets help?
    Help in what way? Increase swing speed? It's already very fast.

    Without the recessed grommet, this Panda thinks the racket is stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Help in what way? Increase swing speed? It's already very fast.

    Without the recessed grommet, this Panda thinks the racket is stronger.
    Just worried about the sharp turns from the strings going from grommet to grommet. I guess I can always just grab the little bridge thinggies they sell and put them in. I have seen a few other racquets get sawed down right at the grommet point.

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