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    Quote Originally Posted by AurorAX View Post
    You really should post the photos / specs of all the Panda models on dcbadminton.blogspot.com or somewhere else so players can check them out to make a buying decision instead of reading through 37 forum pages :P
    Panda will...Panda's been way too busy recently. Keep trying...hopefully this week.

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    hey panda

    when will the Trinity 2 and the Revelation be out?

    cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adonis View Post
    hey panda

    when will the Trinity 2 and the Revelation be out?

    cheers.
    2+ months for the T2. No ETA on the Revelation.

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    What about the U3 as discussed?

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    Also, have you tried to push the stringing limits of it? Forgive me if it's already been discussed, but if it can take 40 pounds no problem, let's try for tennis tensions for fun. 50 pounds!

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    50lbs??????? I dont think Panda will agree to that... it is insane!!

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    A full review of the Ultra 2 and Trinity will be up soon (maybe next week, i need more testing)

    Initial feel of the rackets was good. thr trinity will be my to go racket...

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    Well if I had his machine, I'd set it up and get a safety glass shield.

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    I accidentally post something here....... anyway the review needs to wait i am so bogged down with work..
    Last edited by Blurry D; 11-04-2009 at 08:16 PM.

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    i just received my 2 ultra 2's.. compared to my other rackets they feel really heavy cant wait to try..

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    2nd night of testing... loving the trinity much more.... one test session and the reviews will be up...

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    Default my tuppence...

    Finally resumed playing yesterday and took the T1 and U1 for a spin, level doubles only. These reviews are unbiased - I am a dealer, but I'm not going to sugar-coat. Both strung with Zymax 62 at 26/28:

    T1 - very adaptable, seemed at home with any conceivable shot. Excellent at the net (283 mm) with precise control. Responds well to wristy shots, especially "delayed" lifts and clears, and moves through the air nicely. Really does remind of the Ti-10.

    U1 - now then... Just too much racket 80% of the time. I could feel it trying not to bend on shots with a big swing (particularly over-the-shoulder clears), but on the occasions I did catch a shot properly it screamed off - I backhand smashed one floater at the net and nearly hit it through the floor. "Stabby" shots were a particular highlight, as were flick serves (strangely). Aerodynamics aren't great, though, so I had trouble switching over on the defence despite the 287 balance, and it got to be very tiring towards the end of close games.

    The improvements needed for the U1 were obvious (painfully so), but the T1 is pretty much perfect the way it is - it just needs some more strength at the 2 and 10 o'clock positions.

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    Are any of the Panda Power racquets suitable for girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    Are any of the Panda Power racquets suitable for girls?
    If you mean headlight and flexible, then I would have to say "no" w.r.t the current models - you can get T1's in extremely head-light configurations (280 is quite common), but they just aren't as flexible as something like an Arc 9 or AT600. Dink, there's a gap in the market here!

    I've seen plenty of girls using stiff stuff like NS9000/8000 and AT900T, though, so I can't give a cast-iron answer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    Are any of the Panda Power racquets suitable for girls?
    Any racket suitable for a male is also suitable for a female.

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    i've got a question, hope nobody finds offense in this though. it's really so that i make the best decision for myself.

    if the Trinity is modeled after the Yonex Ti 10, and is quite obviously successful in doing so, why wouldn't people just get the Ti 10 instead of the Panda Trinity? I mean, there isn't a whole lot in pricing.

    is there something in the Trinity that I'm missing out on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    If you mean headlight and flexible, then I would have to say "no" w.r.t the current models - you can get T1's in extremely head-light configurations (280 is quite common), but they just aren't as flexible as something like an Arc 9 or AT600. Dink, there's a gap in the market here!

    I've seen plenty of girls using stiff stuff like NS9000/8000 and AT900T, though, so I can't give a cast-iron answer...
    A girl at my club asked me to recommend to her a racquet for €100 so I thought there might be a potential sale there for you
    Quote Originally Posted by illusionistpro View Post
    Any racket suitable for a male is also suitable for a female.
    You would recommend an AT700 to a girl?

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