APACS fan club

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by clearng, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. Shinichi

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    any pics of it?
     
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    Broke the handle of my N force last night :crying:

    Luckily it's getting replaced for free. :cool:
     
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    How does it play? The specs look similar to the Ziggler, maybe a little more head heavy in balance
     
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    The frame is pretty much identical but it comes with the ZF2 gourmets and different paint job.
     
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    Robert is a MD and XD player, the racket is 3U and head heavy (300mm), it is more suitable for single play today as double play has gone so fast pace that most top players are switching to 4U balance or head heavy rackets. But that doesn't mean it cant be used in double. The V Pro II red is used by Fidasari from Indonesia who is a single player.
     
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    Hmm... Just seen the Apacs Blizzard series rackets online. Looks interesting.
     
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    Hmm.... The website describes it as the silver z-ziggler. A new edition. Might be worth a punt for RM99.
     
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    apacs similar yonex vt7

    Hi

    I'm looking for an apacs racket quite similar to yonex voltric 7 ( head heavy, mid flex and relatively light)
    I'm an intermediate player, which like to offense. I play single and double ( men and mix ).

    Any advices?

    thanks
     
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    I never play VT7 before, but from your description of HH,mF, and light, I think the Foray series fall into this category.
     
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    Bought it from Badmintonbay.com for SGD220
     
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    I bought it from central sports, I should be using it tonight.
     
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    Feel its abit harder to hit the sweet spot. Racket head is less isometric.
     
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    thanks for the info but wow that's crazy expensive for an Apacs racket!
     
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    The head is semi iso but it didn't seem to affect me too much. Slightly head heavy with a stiff but not extra stiff shaft. I've had 3 games with it now and getting used to it. The power is awesome when I hit it sweetly so with more practice it should be a really good racket. I think I will be getting another.
     
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