DinkALot's Racket Review

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by DinkAlot, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. aku33

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    have you ever tried any black knight rackets? specifically the black knight C2C Shadow.. ?
    thanks
     
  2. l3ryan

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    is Apacs L60 the same thing as the L50?
    and any ratings on higher end Lethal rackets like the L90 and L100?
    thx
     
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    This might have been asked (and answered) before. But I just couldn't see the link/answer. Is the chart downloadable? I can't see the details as the fonts are very small.
     
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    Right click on the chart and save it (gif file) and then magnify away.
     
  5. DinkAlot

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    Will redo/update all the charts and relink them to my home site some I can update and change without incident...soon.

    If a racket is not on the list:

    1) It has not been tested or not tested thoroughly
    2) No chance to update
     
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    Home site?! Look forward to it!
     
  7. DinkAlot

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    Panda's (my) home site: www.dcbadminton.net.
     
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    a new review list please !!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. $@$UKE AMISH

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    hi dink can u add up the review for lower range armortec 70 :)
     
  10. renbo

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    This chart is such a joke!
     
  11. druss

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    Wow, just an informative post... if you're going to criticize then say why, a comment like that with no additional information is a joke in itself. Plus, these are the opinions of one person, take it as you will.
     
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    hi all. recently i could see a lot of tantrum 200 4U version. the weight unstrung + original grip is 86 gram (same like Sir Dinkalot's review...86 gram). any review? is it better than 3U since the different is not much. 3U version imho is about 88 / 89 gram. Apacs claim that the 3U version is not too maneuverable due to the weight. With 4U tantrum 200 is now more maneuverable and faster.
     
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    If doubles, 85-86g is perfect for speed and power.
     
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    It's all up to your preferences. Anyway, I thought 3U = 85-89.9g?
     
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    nope. its 4U... printed on the cone. and the weight is exactly 86 gram unstrung with original grip. the 3U version is 89 gram. i'm sure it is better for defense compared to 3U, but not sure about the power...
     
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    Wondering if Dinalot will tes the latest FZ Forza 666
     
  19. Ashuron

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    just bought a new Cab 20 sp (3u)..
    it seems not that good..should have bought the 2u version
     
  20. anemoithuellai

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    hi dink, have you ever played with yonex carbonex 3 super? I saw the cab 9 super in your review table, so I was wondering if you tried the 3 sp version. If you have, can you tell me whether it's stiff/medium/flexible?
    Thanks a lot
     

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