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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    I still think the lettering should be made much smaller. It's a bit too loud. Maybe "TRINITY PRO" should be reduced to the same font size as "PANDA POWER"
    It could use a little loud in there. I think the combination is spot on with the brighter Trinity (whether actually yellow or gold? ) .

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    The image Dink posted is for the manufacturer's use - the colors are made to be easily distinguishable, but not necessarily accurate (we provide them with the precise Pantone color references separately).

    Text is the same size as on the T2, with the exception of "panda power", which is somewhat smaller. It will also use the same kinds of paint finish as the T2.

    Another preview image:
    Full-size version here: http://usera.imagecave.com/adamhawke...ityProGold.png
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    Think it is fine but [you know it was coming] Trinity should have trinity spelled inside it
    using a finer black line to make it more in keeping with the black frame. Other than that put me down for 2 84-85g's bp 285.

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    I don't personally think that would look good, but obviously you're welcome to your opinion.
    More to the point, the factory would either refuse to even attempt that kind of fine detail, or they'd try it and completely balls it up (by which I mean, fail to achieve a level of precision that would satisfy Dink).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    Text is the same size as on the T2, with the exception of "panda power", which is somewhat smaller. It will also use the same kinds of paint finish as the T2.
    I already think the "panda power" was already too small, preffered it slightly bigger. All well.

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    Awwwww yeaaaaa thats an awesome color. Oh man oh man.........

    I might have to take one equivalent to a T2v2 in 86.1/287 for my collection... I will think about it. What's the ETA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    STATUS UPDATE: All Panda Power Rackets

    Precision: out-of-stock*
    Reorder Date: 2 months

    *www.mjstrings.ca and Derrick Tan may have stock

    Ultra Pro: currently in stock.

    Trinity Pro: expected arrival date to the U.S.: January 30, 2011.

    Revelation: delayed indefinitely = no production date.
    The manufacturer that produces the Revelation is different from the others.
    They are having problems producing the racket so again, the Revelation is delayed.
    Sorry, will update if anything changes.
    30 days from now.

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    I see. Well I wanted to see if there would be a delay due to the change in color scheme, even though it isn't a major design change

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    Well the rackets have to be manufactured first before the design is applied, so the production was probably not delayed. Design looks awesome by the way - can't wait to get mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    I don't personally think that would look good, but obviously you're welcome to your opinion.
    More to the point, the factory would either refuse to even attempt that kind of fine detail, or they'd try it and completely balls it up (by which I mean, fail to achieve a level of precision that would satisfy Dink).

    Your right, you posted the better picture while I was slowly typing away. Now that I zoom in and see the white/gold in the print it looks great. In the other picture it just looked all the same color so didn't inspire me. Is there a technical name for that shade of gold or is a trade secret ?

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    I have a question about panda power bp
    for panda power racket, which bp do they consider head light, even balance, and head heavy? (for example 290+ is heady heavy?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    The image Dink posted is for the manufacturer's use - the colors are made to be easily distinguishable, but not necessarily accurate (we provide them with the precise Pantone color references separately).

    Text is the same size as on the T2, with the exception of "panda power", which is somewhat smaller. It will also use the same kinds of paint finish as the T2.

    Another preview image:
    Full-size version here: http://usera.imagecave.com/adamhawke...ityProGold.png
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    Had a look at your full size image, very nice. Colours, fonts, and all.

    What's that yellowish gold called? Sunset yellow? Golden honeysuckle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    I have a question about panda power bp
    for panda power racket, which bp do they consider head light, even balance, and head heavy? (for example 290+ is heady heavy?)
    Panda's approximate definition of racket balance:

    BP275 or less = Very Head Light
    BP276-280 = Head Light
    BP281-285 = Balanced
    BP286-290 = Moderately Head Heavy
    BP291-300 = Head Heavy
    BP301 or more = Very Head Heavy

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Panda's approximate definition of racket balance:

    BP275 or less = Very Head Light
    BP276-280 = Head Light
    BP281-285 = Balanced
    BP286-290 = Moderately Head Heavy
    BP291-300 = Head Heavy
    BP301 or more = Very Head Heavy
    Looking at those bp ranges, 4-5 mm deltas don't seem to be much, but they are definitely noticeable when swinging, especially in mens doubles where speed of defense and power of attack must be balanced and chosen wisely.

    Good on Panda for his years of R&D on his rackets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Panda's approximate definition of racket balance:

    BP275 or less = Very Head Light
    BP276-280 = Head Light
    BP281-285 = Balanced
    BP286-290 = Moderately Head Heavy
    BP291-300 = Head Heavy
    BP301 or more = Very Head Heavy
    thanks for the answer
    I'm new to this "choosing racket" thing, and I want a head heavy racket
    what I need to do now is to gather money for the T pro..

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    @Visor: It doesn't have a name (that I'm aware of) - just a boring number. I'd call it amber, but then that's not very specific.

    @Dinkalot: I'd have shifted those categories down one. 285~290mm is average; 300~305mm is not uncommon; <280mm is much rarer (mostly cheap and really heavy 1U/2U rackets).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    @Dinkalot: I'd have shifted those categories down one. 285~290mm is average; 300~305mm is not uncommon; <280mm is much rarer (mostly cheap and really heavy 1U/2U rackets).
    Yeah it's still somewhat personal although I don't think <280 is that uncommon or +300 common. I roughly go by these (and leaning toward 290 for my even balance one):

    BP275 or less = Very Head Light
    BP276-280 = Head Light
    BP281-285 = Moderately Head Light
    BP286-290 = Balanced
    BP291-295 = Moderately Head Heavy
    BP296-300 = Head Heavy
    BP301 or more = Very Head Heavy

    I'll try to dig out a NS7000 tomorrow and measure ... (never used to bother with measurements even )
    Last edited by demolidor; 01-01-2011 at 07:45 PM.

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