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    Hi Dinkalot, was wondering if you could explain how the new Trinity would be like? When do you think it'll be out?

    And could you tell us more about the revelation? What kind of racket will it be?

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    Default 2nd version of Trinity

    Hi DinkAlot,

    I am also waiting for the next Trinity review. My first Trinity is alright but I am looking for something much more in the upper par for the next version.
    Please review and post the specs when you can.
    FYI, I string my Trinity with NBG95 at 26lbs and it is much more power and easy to control now (It was 25lbs with BG85)

    Thanks

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    dinkalot!
    Make the trinity light red!

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    Hi guys,

    Those of you in the Australia/New Zealand area can now get your rackets from me. Just drop me a line on dcbdmtn.anz@gmail.com and I'll get you your Panda Powers asap.

    Cheers,
    Joe P.

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    The Trinity is indeed a great racket! Colours are looking awesome and I managed to get a game out of it (strings snapped during the second one). The smashing power was great, more than my AT900T. Drop shots and drives were also great, but defense and net play needs more adjusting. However after the strings snapped i noticed a bit of a crack on the frame which I hope is just a superficial crack of the paint. Will be restringing it soon and hope that it still has that bang!

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    this thread has gotten really quiet!

    when will the Trinity 2 and the Revelation be out? like realistically of course, since the manufacturer is really busy and all.

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    this thread sure has indeed gone quiet...

    after playing some more with the Trinity, it has become my go to racket. looking forward to Trinity II, are the specs going to be relatively similar?

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    I'm eagerly awaiting my Ultra 2... should arrive sometimes this week

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    eh? the 2nd gens are out?

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    I think he got them awhile ago.... You can see the pics afew pages back

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisyay View Post
    this thread sure has indeed gone quiet...

    after playing some more with the Trinity, it has become my go to racket. looking forward to Trinity II, are the specs going to be relatively similar?
    can you post a review after using the trinity? hows the crack btw?

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    Haha I'm not experienced with reviews, but I'll give it a brief attempt. The crack seems to be superficial, as I played with it the last couple of days and it doesn't seem to be getting larger nor influencing game-play.

    Weight: 86.5g
    String: BG65@25lbs


    Net Play
    Net tumble shots were easy to do and quite precise. I would rank it on par with my AT900T. Net kills were easy to do and had considerable power, but there was less handle length for me to choke higher so I'm, so far, not able to generate a net kill as threatening as the Technique.

    Drives
    Drives were excellent with the Trinity, and I would say that I've been able to generate as much, if not more, power and speed with the Trinity than with the Technique. The Trinity provided a great "feel" or feedback that enabled me to achieve a great deal of accuracy. However, the racket is headheavier than my 900T and makes around the head shots more difficult.

    Backcourt Play
    Clears were effortless, power generated easily. Smashing feels great and also with a lot of power. The Trinity is very responsive and makes doing drop shots accurate and easy to do. I would say that the power is greater than on my 900T and especially so when I originally had zymax62s on the Trinity.

    Defense
    The weight of my Trinity isn't too heavy so defense isn't greatly hindered. There is, however a bit of a stark contrast in defense compared with the 900T. The 900T is more easily maneuverable and allows defense for the smashes aimed at the body and racket side a lot easier. The Trinity isn't as good for that, but I wouldn't say that it is hard to defend either; it's merely not as good as the 900T.

    Overall I would say I am very satisfied with this racket and that I haven't felt such a connection with a racket since my third gen TI10 that died a few months back.

    Hope that helped, I know I'm not very good at this kind of thing! And I'm definitely looking forward to the second gen Trinity!

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    thanks bro.

    hopefully the new gen rackets come soon

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    its probably already out, im taking interest in it since i know ti-10 are nice and i would like something similar. well im a beginner but anyway :P. but im afraid of this tank racquet because i usually play at 22-24, or 22-22, and i only saw post about 25+ lbs lol

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    From what I remember the only second generation Panda Power racquet that will be out this year is the Ultra II, pics of which can be seen some pages back (and it looks great). It's not for sale yet, still in the testing phase.
    The Trinity II and Revelation I don't think will be out this year but first thing next year most likely (due to capacity problems at the factory/ 3 month waiting period before they could be produced). Wonder what they will look like, the Ultra II certainly has raised expectations ...

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    Hello all,

    Just a quick update, the ULTRA II are available in Canada, pls email for info mjstrings@yahoo.com. web: www.mjstrings.ca

    Tks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisyay View Post
    Overall I would say I am very satisfied with this racket and that I haven't felt such a connection with a racket since my third gen TI10 that died a few months back.
    Kris, you are very observant. The Trinity is modelled after the first generation Ti10. The material is nearly the same, the frame shape is the same. The differences: the Trinity has a stiffer shaft, is about 3-5mm less head heavy and doesn't have the Ti-Mesh.


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