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

  1. Jb9999

    Jb9999 New Member

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    Tony, Can you compared the details as88d w t8000, pls?? Exp: Power: T8000>=As88D. Because i never been used as88d
     
  2. hm_andhika

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    I hope to share my review in 1-2 weeks for Pro Commander 3U and Ziggler LHI II Pro 3U.
    For Maxx Racket, I'm going to test Woven M3 3U.
     
  3. samhuda

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    im looking recomendation for apacs 3U, medium stiff to stiff, with slightly HH or HH. thNk you in advance
     
  4. Budi

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    AVP.
    But if you like fast racket, its good for you.
    If you come from slow but destructive hammer racket like me, its hardly fit you.

    Im from Lining Mega Power UC5000 then move to Victor TK770HT which i like(didnt remember what type of racket i use before that but all is 3U head heavy racket. Only remember the brand which is Yonex & Babollat). Then as i try AVP, never feel satisfy with it.
    Without question its definitely faster than my TK770 but when hitting, im missing the explosive solid BANG & switching between both really messing your timing & need adjustment on every change.
     
  5. hm_andhika

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    I have played few hours with Pro commander and LHI Pro II, both 3U and am not happy with the outcome.

    Pro commander is too flex for my liking, it fast but every stroke I made feels just not right.
    LHI Pro II is stiff and I like it but i feel vibration unfortunately, the power also quite average, nothing special.

    One thing I noticed, the handle size is too small and has different shape with Yonex or Mizuno.
    Im not comfortable with the handle.
     
  6. benx2

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    can someone compare between T200ii vs assailant pro vs pro commander?
     
  7. Ferrerkiko

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    Hi Fans :

    assailant pro and pro commander arrive in Singapore. for 3U
     
  8. Tantrum

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    Initially I liked the pro commander and assailant pro more than the T200ii... But now I prefer a bit more flex...

    Anyway, T200ii is good but being 3u, I went to the pro 4u rackets. The pros have faster swing, comparable in power and stiffer shaft.

    Hope this helps.
     
  9. yolosmash

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    I've noticed that the apacs canada website hasn't had its inventory updated in forever. Then I stumbled on another website: new.apacscanada.com. They seem to have a lot of models for sale, but the website is very unfinished (sample pictures everywhere, no contact info, social media links just go to the web developer's sites). Has anybody tried this site or know if it's legit?
     
  10. Islubio

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    Any stiff 4u, even to slight HH around 290-295bp rackets to recommend?
     
  11. Tantrum

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    I can only think of the pro commander, assailant pro or Ziggler LHI Pro.
     
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    How about apacs versus 55?? I need apacs racket with likely nanospeed 9900 frame. How about versus 55 / honor 200??
     
  13. Tantrum

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    Versus 55 I haven't used, but honor 200 is quite good. One of my favourites
     
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    The pro commander has stiffer shaft compared to t200ii? was just wondering because pro commander stiffness is rated 8.5 (medium stiff) whereas t200ii stiffness is rated 7.5-8 (stiff).
     
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    Hmm.. I may have remembered wrong, sold me T200ii already. They're not far off anyways.
     
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    Okey noticed. I like nanospeed 9900 because the frame have a large sweet spot n not really thick. So it fun play with it.

    How about honor 200? Allround or offensive?
     
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    Good day everyone. I'm currently using a virtuoso pro and i absolutely love it. I am looking for a back up racket but i dont want to spend too much on another virtuoso pro. Would the avp be a good option? Or are there any better rackets? Thanks
     
  18. MuazHafizi

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    Is there any goods apac racket in the picture that is worth to try or buy..there are a few racquets on sale rn
     

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    Sorry, since i've been busy lately. Both are a good racket. Different feel but produce almost a same output power. You could feel flex, punchy and head heavy feel for AS88D, but for T8000 almost the time you will feel heavy overall with even balance and stiff shaft. Difference racket

    Power : T8000 >= AS88D (Slightly, since T8000 have a stiff shaft and )
    Maneuver : T8000 >= AS88D (Slightly less and almost the same, maybe due to difference string was used)
    Lob : AS88D > T8000 (You need skill to produce good Lob for T8000)
    Control : AS88D >= T8000 (Just a preference for head heavy racket which usually could provide a good control)

    For the summary, the most easy to use racket is AS88D. Its great racket but i got bored from it. T8000 is not a user friendly racket. if you came from a light racket user, you will get benefit power from this racket. It so much fun since i got addicted with the stiffness.
    Hope this help
     
  20. Tony

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    Go for virtuoso performance
     

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