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    Oh and Dink, can I have a closer shot of the frame? I want to know how a raw frame looks like. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    I don't really like the colour, I prefer brighter, something more yellowish..
    still, colour is just a cosmetic, can't wait for the review
    Won't know the exact color until they are received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCROX999 View Post
    Oh and Dink, can I have a closer shot of the frame? I want to know how a raw frame looks like. Thanks!
    Will be the same as the UPro, marbling. Don't have the rackets yet, those pictures were taken from the manufacturer in China.

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    Ah right, I have seen the UPro's frame, haha. And I thought the racquets are manufactured in US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCROX999 View Post
    Ah right, I have seen the UPro's frame, haha. And I thought the racquets are manufactured in US?
    Cheap labor in China, I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCROX999 View Post
    Ah right, I have seen the UPro's frame, haha. And I thought the racquets are manufactured in US?
    some people skeptical about made in china product, but what do you expect?
    if I'm not wrong, all other racket except yonex are made in China
    so made in China are not always bad
    yes, in China they have cheap labour

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    wow.. sintec use name "Trinity" too as their racket title

    yonex voltric 70 equivalent: Sintec Trinity 70


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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    some people skeptical about made in china product, but what do you expect?
    if I'm not wrong, all other racket except yonex are made in China
    so made in China are not always bad
    yes, in China they have cheap labour
    I think so, too....at least Victor's biggest factory in in Nanjiang, and Li Ning is made in China as well, of course....some others (like Flypower) are made elsewhere in Asia, but they're hardly big companies. The actual racket production is pretty easy, I remember a threat mentioning that somewhere in the forum...the science is in researching & producing the different carbon materials, and that's not done by the manufacturers themselves. (Yonex is always bragging about their "new technology", but essentially, it's mostly just different racket profiles, or, in case of the Voltrics, adding Tungsten to the frame - pretty much the same as lead tape, nothing to brag about imop).

    Back to topic - "made in China" doesn't have to mean it's cheap quality, especially not in badminton

    Ohhh, and the TPro specs look nice. Pretty close to ideal for me

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    I think Yonex has a contract with another company for their nanopreme tech
    so yeah, Yonex is actually do not do the research by themselves

    not in badminton, and also not in tennis too

    pretty much everything that we use nowadays are made in China, Cambodia, India, and Indonesia right?

    I thought the racket is already in panda's cave
    panda really like to tease us by giving photo from manufacturer

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    even the laptops or keyboards that we use to type every words inside this forum are made from China..
    no need and no reason why we have to be skeptical for Made in China stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Expected specs are mostly 84-86g, BP should be 290-300. The rackets will be here soon.

    What's the stiffness like? XS or Stiff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    some people skeptical about made in china product, but what do you expect?
    if I'm not wrong, all other racket except yonex are made in China
    so made in China are not always bad
    yes, in China they have cheap labour
    No, don't misunderstood me. I know that it's cheaper in China, but what I meant is I thought the factory is in US. :P Man the flag at the shaft made me confused. :P Oh so, the manufacturer is from China while the design is from the US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCROX999 View Post
    No, don't misunderstood me. I know that it's cheaper in China, but what I meant is I thought the factory is in US. :P Man the flag at the shaft made me confused. :P Oh so, the manufacturer is from China while the design is from the US?
    badminton is practically a china sport, so rackets made in china makes perfect sense

    yes, panda power rackets are made in china, but designed in usa, by a made in taiwan panda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PopsiclePete View Post
    What's the stiffness like? XS or Stiff?
    in between T1 and T2

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    badminton is practically a china sport, so rackets made in china makes perfect sense

    yes, panda power rackets are made in china, but designed in usa, by a made in taiwan panda!
    ...and used by people in almost every country that plays badminton!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    badminton is practically a china sport, so rackets made in china makes perfect sense

    yes, panda power rackets are made in china, but designed in usa, by a made in taiwan panda!
    Sir, Panda was made in the U.S.A. and has never been to Taiwan. Has been to China twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Sir, Panda was made in the U.S.A. and has never been to Taiwan. Has been to China twice.
    oops! sorry for my presumptions!

    i thought so because you know some mandarin

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