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    Technology of the z slash racket? what u think? watch the video below.

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    Great trick shots by Tago, some of which I'm sure can only be achieved using the Z Slash.

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    Tago is highly skilled, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Technology of the z slash racket? what u think? watch the video below.
    Quote Originally Posted by Voltric View Post
    Great trick shots by Tago, some of which I'm sure can only be achieved using the Z Slash.
    Did you post the wrong video?

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    Sorry , the title should not be z slash technology..but in the video tago was using the z slash so i posted it here LOL.. just watch it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    It looks like it is ants.
    You know how i look like from the pic?

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    Thanks Raajks for the compliments. Must thank kwun for providing this platform for all the badminton
    lovers, either playing or non-playing ones.


    Quote Originally Posted by raajks View Post
    Arcsaber Z slash
    Arcsaber Z slash seems to be one of those few racquets where people either LOVE it or HATE it.

    I have been playing badminton for a long time where I started with Carbonex SP21
    It was a time where I had no idea about racquets, this was a gift and the racquet remained with me for a very long time.

    Once my own money started flowing in my life, I asked a guy at my club to give me a PRO racquet. He delivered an Arcblade 7 with BG 65 with 21 lbs(Which is a replica of the Arc 7).
    The racquet was ok, I had nothing to complain but I had not exciting at the same time.

    Must have been some 6 months back where I was helping my friend to get a racquet,
    I dropped by to the nearest sports store and picked an Nanospeed 9900.
    I found the Nano9900 to be fast and quick on defence and net shots but it took a lot of effort when I got to play some powershots or when I started to play singles

    I realized that I needed more than just words of wisdom from the shopkeeper, which is when I stumbled upon some amazing forums like
    1) badmintoncentral
    2) Paul's blog

    I was introduced to a whole lot of information, I was super excited to browse through the forums and read the reviews of most of the racquets. The quality of reviews and connect that I found from varied badminton folks around the world was amazing to say the least.

    Voltric 80
    I was completely taken by Paul's Voltric 80 review and I decided to get this racquet for me, Luckily the shopkeeper was willing to take the Nano9900 back and give me the
    Voltric 80.

    The following day, I was super excited to play with the Voltric 80.
    Being one of my expensive buys I had put my earnest effort to love this racquet.
    But to my disappointment, I could never really love this racquet inspite of how hard I tried. I have strong wrists and arms, thanks to my martial arts upbringing, but I found the V80 too slow for me. The forehand shots were good and strong but my backhand began to suffer, I missed the snap shots I used to play.

    Heartbroken and feeling less inspired, I decided to make a change by looking for another racquet which would suit my game. I am a fan of Taufik Hidayat so I decided to spend some time reviewing the forums on Armortec 900 T.

    Armortec 900 Technique

    Ant's review on the racquet was a deal clincher for me and I decided to go for the AT900T with BG65 21 LBS. It was instant love for me, I connected so well with this racquet.
    My game responded well and I was feeling very good with my overall game.
    Forehand / Backhand / Singles / Doubles, They were all working very well for me.

    I was sure that with a tension of 24lbs and Nanogy95 would be a perfect upgrade for me.
    However, I knew the racquet for a tad slower for very fast games and quick switching shots.

    Enter Arcsaber Z slash,
    A friend mine introduced me to it.
    I had a few taps and some shots for 10 mins, I connected so well to this racquet (It seems that I seem to be following Taufik, unconciously)
    While Armortec 900T was like a gentle lover, the Z slash is like a passionate lover who gets your heart pounding and wants to get the best in you.

    I had completely fallen for the Z slash, my whole body was charged towards this racquet and I knew that this racquet was perfect for me.

    I got the Z slash with Nanogy95 with an LBS of 24.

    It's been 2 weeks with this racquet and I must say I feel amazing everytime I play with it.
    Before the game, I make sure I do my warm-up religiously to make sure my body is ready for my best game. I do my floor excercises, I eat right to ensure I have right energy levels. This might sound crazy to some, but the Z slash needs a good state to extract the best.

    I have decided to play lot more tournaments than I used to as I know that my game has also move up a few notches. The Z slash has been the best buy for me. Thanks to Paul & Ants for their amazing reviews!!

    As I have painfully realized, forums / research sets the tone but ultimately a racquet is always a personal choice. Z slash is now my personal choice because it has exceptional speed while delivering the accuracy I need every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Thanks Raajks for the compliments. Must thank kwun for providing this platform for all the badminton
    lovers, either playing or non-playing ones.
    U r too humble Ants , ur contributions have benefited many of us.
    Arc Z has been and will be my main racket for a very long time.

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    Thank You Ah Peng.

    Ants

    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    U r too humble Ants , ur contributions have benefited many of us.
    Arc Z has been and will be my main racket for a very long time.

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    Hi guys....

    How does Arc Z performs in comparison to VT 70....any insight?

    I already owned a VT 70....and planning to get an Arc Z soon.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaynofx View Post
    Hi guys....

    How does Arc Z performs in comparison to VT 70....any insight?

    I already owned a VT 70....and planning to get an Arc Z soon.

    Thanks
    The racket head is slimmer and the shaft is stiffer compared to the VT70

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    What I am really interested is how it (Z-Slash) compares to Z-Force in terms of quickness. Probably, when the smoke clears, I'll just stay with Z-Slash and use my money to buy all the CAB 50 I can afford.
    Last edited by King's; 02-13-2012 at 10:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King's View Post
    What I am really interested is how it (Z-Slash) compares to Z-Force in terms of quickness. Probably, when the smoke clears, I'll just stay with Z-Slash and use my money to buy all the CAB 50 I can afford.
    Hahaha !!
    I want to buy loads of racket that I like that I can afford :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Hahaha !!
    I want to buy loads of racket that I like that I can afford :P
    Take note, I only wanted to buy the ones I like, therefore if Z-Force is not what it is hyped to be then I'll just stick with my Z-Slash and get all the Cab 50 within my budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King's View Post
    Take note, I only wanted to buy the ones I like, therefore if Z-Force is not what it is hyped to be then I'll just stick with my Z-Slash and get all the Cab 50 within my budget.
    haha I am planning to buy either a new Z-Slash TH or Voltric 80

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    haha I am planning to buy either a new Z-Slash TH or Voltric 80
    I prefer the yellow original! Have totally skipped the Voltric line to date and was hoping to get my first Voltric by way of Z-Force if it turns out to be worth it my own personal preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    The racket head is slimmer and the shaft is stiffer compared to the VT70
    Hi drew,

    What about the heaviness & power? Does arc z give more punch? I also have a VT 80...which i use for singles play. Anyhow, I feel its' movement is quite slow for doubles game..(maybe due to its' weight).However, it plays fine in singles and has helped to deliver lots of good smashes.

    I'm planning to get arc z to play doubles. After sometimes, I feel that VT70 has become less powerful...and does not give me the result that I need.

    Thanks for sharing info guys...

    Cheers

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