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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. Coolkas

    Coolkas Regular Member

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    How does tectonic 7 feel? Please review it
     
  2. senthilprakash selvaraj

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    Well if you see closely on floor, there are two Tectonic 7 rackets and the other one is TC75C (Black handle cap) if i am not wrong. Tectonic series has white handle Cap like the one on the kitbag on right side of the image.
     
  3. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Well review coming in soon[​IMG]

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    Such a beautiful racket. So glad I got a lighter copy too. It shines so much more.

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  5. Vivek Bagadhi

    Vivek Bagadhi Regular Member

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    Lighter as in?

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    Overall weight. Balance still the same. Amazing what a 2ish gram difference makes.

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    Can anyone compare tectonic 7D and tectonic 7 , which one have more power for attacking and speed double player.
    Thanks.
     
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    between both the ZFII is more powerful
     
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    Are the aeronauts mostly differ on the weight and BP?

    I have the 7000B and just looking on specs alone, the AB 9000 seems to be the same racket with a slightly heavier head
     
  10. ice man

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    I’m an N9ii user for some time now and I really love this racquet for the easy power it offers but I always struggle a bit during fast pace doubles.
    Tc70 is really good in this case, but requires good consistency and form to be effective at back court, so can be tricky when you’re tired...

    Tomorrow I will receive my aeronaut 7000B, hope it will be the best of both worlds
    But really tempted to buy aeronaut 9000C too as it seems to fit the requirements too

    If someone can compare N9ii, N7ii with 7000B / 9000C it would be great!
     
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    I used to have n9ii. currently having both n7ii and 7000b.

    n9ii did not suit my play style. Surprisingly I smash better and harder with n7ii hence I sold n9ii

    now between n7ii and 7000b. 7000b feels really great when you swing at home. I can feel its potential power however when playing on the court all that great feeling were gone. Ocassionally when you hit it right it can produce boom smash. The main point I dislike from 7000b is the feedback. Maybe because its flex shaft. To me n7ii still the winner in term of feeling and power. Maybe because it is stiffer than the other two and my swing suits with stiff racket.
     
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  12. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Latest of Li Ning catalog 4.0, and yeah just zoom into the TC70C stiffnes rating

    Credit: Pakshal Rupaji sports, Chennai[​IMG]

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    online it says 9000D is stiff and tc75c is medium stiff, but its rated the same in the chart...
     
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    on another note, tectonic 7d looks intriguing
     
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    Maybe you should get that one for your next racket :D
     
  16. ice man

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    First session yesterday with my 7000B, strung with LN1 at 12kg, Wilson pro overgrip on top of base grip

    This setup weights 96gr, head weight is 41gr
    Picked up, the racquet feels lighter than the weight suggests, and feels less head heavy than my N9ii (96-41), on par with my Tc70 (95-41). Maybe because of the shorter shaft?

    So I played with 7000B for two hours yesterday, after using my tc70 to warm up.
    It’s a kind of mixture of N9ii and N7ii, the power is close to N9ii, and the manoeuvrability is close to N7ii, but it feels easier to play (suits my swing style better I suppose)
     
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    I really love N7ii / TC70 but it seems I can’t make it work in singles

    Is anyone able to compare it to N80ii / calibar 800?
     
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    Two different rackets. N80II clearly more weight in the head, stiffness is similar but they feel very different due to the different frame construction.

    What’s the main issue you have with the N7II in singles?
     
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    Don’t know exactly, it just didn’t felt right, but I played against a left hander with a weird game, it was the first time I tried tc70 in singles. Maybe it would be better with my usual BG80 but N1 and vbs63 aren’t bad in doubles so...
     
  20. terrynguyen121988

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    Wait for it, I used to use Nanoray Z Speed and now I want to try a li ning racket, I hope 9000C can do the same to Z Speed.
     

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