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    Quote Originally Posted by !¿Clue?! View Post
    Karakal Nano 60. Still have to try the Yonex Wave Grap Overgrip when I get my racquet soon :/

    ugh man, the yonex wave grip is nasty
    not very cushiony except for the actual wave part
    and not very tacky either
    bad grip is bad

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    I really enjoy using Gamma Supreme Overgrip! It's the one has a long sponge underneath the tacky surface. I have to say the sponge and the surface was not durable. I am currently using Karakal Air Point 75. But I am looking for a plastic overgrip that has a very solid and durable sponge. any recommendations? thanks in advance

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    Karakal trip grip..nice design n soft enough n tacky enough for me

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    i am using yonex tacky fix grip 143 (overgrip). not bad for me.

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    RKEP Elite purple
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    RKEP Power Master Orange

    I swear by those now.
    I've transitioned from Yonex 102EX to Karakal Super PU to REKP.
    So far, RKEP is the best I've used. Exceptional balance of price, quality, durability and performance (in one world: value).
    And Eric, the owner, is amazing!

    Highly recommend you all to try their grips!

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    i wet through at least 6 shirts per 2 hour session of badminton. so far the best for me is Yonex SuperGrap AC102EX

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    Do you guys buys the 30 grip real 102ex? or 3 packs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -SYC- View Post
    Do you guys buys the 30 grip real 102ex? or 3 packs?
    The 3s are better , the 30s are thinner n dun last as long as the 3s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    The 3s are better , the 30s are thinner n dun last as long as the 3s.
    I hear they are the same? buts its just more rolled onto 1 real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -SYC- View Post
    I hear they are the same? buts its just more rolled onto 1 real?
    i gotten both the 3s n 30s from tenniswarehouse. both white , n that's what i observed.

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    I've moved from the Yonex graps to a British company called R.A.B. They make great graps (I use the double action or ACE graps), really tacky and recommended to me by a stringer I used. Love them, much better than any I have used before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by violin View Post
    I use the very unheard of and difficult to find yonex ac134, better known as dekoboko twin grip
    i like this grip very much but it's very difficult to find one in Singapore despitr of the expensive price tag, and the other thing is the choice of colors is very limited, they are only coloured in black, dark blue, red and pink.

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    How abt babolat? Theirs is thin n has a good grip for sweaty hands(at least for me ..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixilver View Post
    i like this grip very much but it's very difficult to find one in Singapore despitr of the expensive price tag, and the other thing is the choice of colors is very limited, they are only coloured in black, dark blue, red and pink.
    AC143EX overgrip in malaysia only available in red, black and white colour...

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    i usually use karakal super PU, but recently I've been using babolat "dry touch" over grip and wilson "roger federer" white overgrip are both nice. babolat feels better but doesnt last as long a the wilson.

    I some how like the velvety feeling feel better than tacky PU, especially after recently moving from the rough towel. (yes, i have been experimenting )

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    I've been using the Gamma Supreme Overgrip that comes in a resealable pack of 30 for about £25 - £27, for about 8years, or at least since before I had kids, and it they have never let me down. A wristband stops sweat running down onto the handle so I don't suffer so much with having to replace the grips as often.

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    I just use plain and simple Yonex Super Grap. Looking to try either Karakal Super PU or RKEP grips, though. If anyone wants to send me some to try out, that would be very nice of you

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