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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    The 7 has a medium flex, and the Z, stiff. Can't lose with Amortec 900 P or T. Both have the stiff flex.
    I still think the ARC10 is probably the go to Yonex racket currrently

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Just to add on top of that. None of the pros currently on tour is using it either. The racket is not that good.
    hahaha....mmm... would u like to play badminton with me.. i use my Z weapon n u use yours .. heheh n will see the result...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanwarrior View Post
    hahaha....mmm... would u like to play badminton with me.. i use my Z weapon n u use yours .. heheh n will see the result...
    I'll use my Yonex Iso Swing Power 900 series (which was well known around < 2000) instead of my Arc 7 and play to see what happends. lol!

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    what page is the full review ? lol

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    thanks babyface

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    no problem mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    But juniors are also more gullible :-)

    /T
    Perhaps they (juniors) can easily adapt to change? Hard to teach old dogs new tricks eh?

    Or is it easier to dismiss great racquets that requires a lot of dedication (since the here and now Professionals are used to what they are using and a big switch can really throw them off their momentum?).

    Probably, it is a good training racquet, you know, everything doesn't click and when one does switch back to their usual racquet playing tourneys, it feels like night and day? So what's to lose with a hard to train w/ racquet, besides getting better by mastering it?

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    Don't get me wrong Z is not "bad" but it is a flawed design to make the it more narrow imop.

    Tago is a great player (I have recogized his abilities very early on.. regardless of racket :-) ..

    Of course YY is desperate for some sort of success with Z as very few pro players actually wanna play with it.. so Tagos final in AE was probably something they would like to spin the marketing machine on :-)

    But to get a reality check.. Tago was severely outsmashed by equally young Zhengming Wang, that was using the N55 in the BAC .. ... ..

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEs View Post
    Perhaps they (juniors) can easily adapt to change? Hard to teach old dogs new tricks eh?

    Or is it easier to dismiss great racquets that requires a lot of dedication (since the here and now Professionals are used to what they are using and a big switch can really throw them off their momentum?).

    Probably, it is a good training racquet, you know, everything doesn't click and when one does switch back to their usual racquet playing tourneys, it feels like night and day? So what's to lose with a hard to train w/ racquet, besides getting better by mastering it?
    That is why we have 160g training raqckets...

    /T

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    if it (the 160 grams) were the size and shape of Z then it would be a real updated training racquet?

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    Just like Paul Stewart's review of 8DX, it feels familiar and hard to mishit unlike the Z, perhaps he's actually meaning to say, after doing all the heavy lifting (training w/ the Z), the 8DX felt like a breeze?

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    Loool.... Colour : "Laser" yellow...
    I just watch Star Wars, there ain't any yellow laser saber...

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    Yobex Arcsaber Z is powerful, I noticed the guy I was playing yesterday he recently bought a Z and his smashed were more powerful, but that didn't change the result, all my strings are broken on my rackets, so I was using a 97g babollat racket and still won.
    At the end of the day racket doesn't matter, it's all down to player ability.

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    Btw this arc isn't Said to be the best ever....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEs View Post
    Just like Paul Stewart's review of 8DX, it feels familiar and hard to mishit unlike the Z, perhaps he's actually meaning to say, after doing all the heavy lifting (training w/ the Z), the 8DX felt like a breeze?
    Or maybe he just simply meant that 8dx has a normal sweetspot and Arc-Z has a much smaller sweetspot given same tension... .. guess you can ask him if you are unsure...

    /T

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