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    Default Apacs Tantrum 200 analysis

    Note: The content and approach of this review are based from my own personal opinion according to the level of my game play. Adjust accordingly with your level of game play to make proper decision and judgment. To facilitate my review, certain range of moderator will be used when necessary.

    1. Testing Information and Parameters

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    2. Racket Specification

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    3. Racket Performance Analysis

    3.1
    Control Department
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    4.2 Overall Racket Comments

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    4.3 Summary
    - An excellent all round racket.
    - Suitable racket for both double and single because it has excellent performance in control, defense and power.
    - Among the best high end all round racket available in the market that is recommended for both offensive and defensive type of play.
    - Can be bought at an affordable price for those who are searching for a high end, excellent, all round replacement racket.

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    Great job on the review!

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    I can't say I agree with all the findings, but this puts the vast majority of BC reviews (including mine) to considerable shame! How long did it take???

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    My gosh, are you a professional racket tester ! some detail review. Thats what all the members here should be aiming for next time they post a review . Ok, who want to do one of this for the L90

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    Mmmmm your test took 1 year though, so not much chance of a Dinkalot style table for about 50yrs......

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    Shooting stroke: 2 thumbs up for you... keep it up with you great job and hope to hear from you again..

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    My gosh, are you a professional racket tester ! some detail review.
    No staiger, i'm not a professional racket tester...just a hardcore badminton fan like you

    Mark A
    How long did it take???
    It took me ~ 1 year bro..

    Sorry for the microscopic table presentation, if it was not from the help of our friend drifit, this review would not be presentable at the first place since i made it using MS word 2007. I'm trying my best to be as detail as possible for the benefit for all BC members. Hopefully it helps or at least it can provide some idea for those who are going for this racket.

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    Good effort you put in there... but often times racket testing is subjective and relative.

    Meaning different people will place different emphasis on different aspects, and also you need to compare to other rackets you've used or tested for a more comprehensive feel of the racket. Eg. how does it compare to similar rackets like NS9.9k, Trinity 2, Zelm 9900, Woven etc.

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    thanks for the review.
    looks like a thesis :lol:

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    can anyone introduce a good high end APACS racket for defensive players in double?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    can anyone introduce a good high end APACS racket for defensive players in double?
    Apacs Tantrum Light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    can anyone introduce a good high end APACS racket for defensive players in double?
    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Apacs Tantrum Light.
    One possible choice or any Apacs racket that is head light....but then having a suitable racket for defense will not improve your defense if you don't have the correct technique to play defensive since whatever racket that you choose at the end WOULD NOT DO THE DEFENSE FOR YOU BUT YOU WILL DO THE DEFENSE FOR THE RACKET

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    I am getting contradicting reviews on this racket... oh well i shall try tis racket on monday..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I am getting contradicting reviews on this racket... oh well i shall try tis racket on monday..
    I'll buy it 2moro n try at night..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I am getting contradicting reviews on this racket... oh well i shall try tis racket on monday..
    This is because, since the level of game play that exist varies hugely from one individual to another thus resulting in a good racket held in one hand will not be a good racket for another person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooting stroke View Post
    This is because, since the level of game play that exist varies hugely from one individual to another thus resulting in a good racket held in one hand will not be a good racket for another person.
    Nods with agreement...

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Apacs Tantrum Light.

    thank you for your advise.
    i am newbie for apacs racket range...i am yonex fans.

    May i know details reason why you intro Apacs Tantrum Light for defensive double players?
    personal experience? defensive play = lightest & fastest racket range ?

    what about this racket stifness? was its flex range coz stiff range diff to tame ?

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