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    ok i need to replace my grips on two of my rackets,yonex NCTUFF 8 and apacs ES 10
    sont tell me what grip to get
    i just need some colour recommendation from BC members
    hope you will all help me
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    of nctuff 8 and es 10
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    replacement grip or overgrip?

    for replacement, try Karakal PU Super. They have many colours to choose from. I think Black or white will suit the Edgesaber10 well.

    Overgrip, Yonex super grap, i will go for pink for the edgesaber10.

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    donny check your inbox

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    White AE102EX on your NCTUFF 8 and Red AE102EX on your Arc10 otherwise, Alpha overgrips of the same colors would work.

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    Yellow is good for the NT-8. White or Red for the 2nd one.
    But if you want to use Karakal, go for the ones that involve Black in them.

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    white for everything, it'll look great. trust me, i know

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    yes, i agree with jymbalaya. White is for everything. almost all my racquets are covered with white overgrips either from Wilson or Toalson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnyGan View Post
    yes, i agree with jymbalaya. White is for everything. almost all my racquets are covered with white overgrips either from Wilson or Toalson.
    Does Toalson makes badminton grips or are you using the Tennis ones? I mean, it's not a bad idea, but it might make your racket heavier, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phamd124 View Post
    Does Toalson makes badminton grips or are you using the Tennis ones? I mean, it's not a bad idea, but it might make your racket heavier, right?
    I'm using Toalson Ion overgrip.

    http://www.toalson.co.jp/ENGLISH/a2_ionpower.html

    they are pretty thin & tacky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnyGan View Post
    I'm using Toalson Ion overgrip.

    http://www.toalson.co.jp/ENGLISH/a2_ionpower.html

    they are pretty thin & tacky.
    Do you have any suggestions for the colors? I know in other brands like Yonex, Kimoni, Alpha, etc, the colors in grips make a world of differences. The dyes chance the effect of the tackiness and the durability.

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    Whatever it is, do not use any green, blue or black on the ES10. I like white the best but if you want something striking, try bright yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phamd124 View Post
    Do you have any suggestions for the colors? I know in other brands like Yonex, Kimoni, Alpha, etc, the colors in grips make a world of differences. The dyes chance the effect of the tackiness and the durability.
    i have used the black & white so far & i must comment tackiness remains good, unlike my super grap.

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    wow did you use nails and drill it into your walls to display your rackets?
    or is the pic inverted?
    anyway i like the white and still have not decided yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmanuel-Phua View Post
    wow did you use nails and drill it into your walls to display your rackets?
    or is the pic inverted?
    anyway i like the white and still have not decided yet.
    Haha, silly. You can see the date on the right side of the picture facing that way too. This means that if the picture were up right, the rackets would be quite normally lying on a table. They're just put into the picture really neatly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmanuel-Phua View Post
    wow did you use nails and drill it into your walls to display your rackets?
    or is the pic inverted?
    anyway i like the white and still have not decided yet.
    It's on a table, he took it slanting. If you are using a laptop, then tilt the screen a bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmanuel-Phua View Post
    wow did you use nails and drill it into your walls to display your rackets?
    or is the pic inverted?
    anyway i like the white and still have not decided yet.
    LOL, i play them very often. i will definitely not put it on the wall for display or nailing it.

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    well,for ur es 10 i will suggest white is the best..bt if you do affraid that it would be dirty easily..another colour is red..as for the yonex..the colour i suggest is also white because ur racquet come in light colour..bt if u feel lik try other colour..i suggest that u deside wat colour string u want to put on it n choose the same colour grip with your string..it will luk nice that way 2..

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