News: Winex re-release Dragon Sword

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  1. Winex West Can

    Winex West Can Regular Member

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    Winex re-releases a popular racquet and introduce a new one:

    The Dragon Sword was re-released as a new version based on the Armanetic design with a full titanium mesh shaft.

    A new model, Phoneix Blade, also based on the Armanetic design with a full kelvar shaft.
     

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    Times to slice some birds :D
     
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    They've got kool names, but how do they compare to highend racquets, e.g AT700, NS7000, etc. And how would the kevlar improve play?
     
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    lol, they should have Heavenly Sword(Yi Tian Jian) and Dragon Sabre(Tu Long Dao) instead :D
     
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    You're racquet won't die of gunfire :p.

    Seriously thou, kevlar is strong yet light material. So putting it in a racquet is just to reinforce it, I would think anyway...
     
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    LOLz...:p prolly it will sell very well in asian regions if those names were there...and you will see evreyone on the court who are using the racquets, jumping up and down... ;)
     
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    Very cool names...I wouldn't mind wielding the mighty Dragon Sword or the mystical Phoenix Blade. :p
     
  8. Winex West Can

    Winex West Can Regular Member

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    Well, I am thinking of getting them into N. America. ;)

    Both racquets are modelled on the AT series so they are in line with the latest offerings of the AT700 and AT800 series.

    Yeah, the names are cool. Can you imagine the conversations on the court?

    Player 1: Hey bud, what racquet are you using?
    Player 2: I'm using the Phoenix Blade to slice and dice, man!

    Player 3: Yeah, and I'm countering those strokes with my Dragon Sword. :D
     
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    COOL!!!! I will get them just for their names:p!
     
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    Me (Swinging Dragon Sword): "WHOOSH!! FLY DRAGON, FLY!"
     
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    You can own the weapon of choice, but can you fight like a Super Saiyan ???
     
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    Singaporeans who are interested in taking a look at the Dragon Sword can check it out at Artric Sports (located at Sembawang Shopping Centre). Unfortunately its not for sale. :crying:

    PS Artric Sports is the Singapore distributor for Winex products.
     
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    my goodness!!! the name - Dragon sword ........... :eek::D lol. and the design.......oooosh!

    why don't the used the name "ta kou pang" (wack dog stick)

    btw, is this a good racquet????
     
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    Because "da gou bang" has the negative connotation of being "homeless". ;)That is a bad image to carry on the badminton court.

    (It would be more appropriate for it to be "da e bang" which is wack geese stick :D )
     
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    Hahahahahahahahahahaha...........:D :D :D :D
     
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    The Phoenix Blade is now available at Atric Sports, retailing at S$149.90 before discount.
     
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    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    "Yi Tian Tu Long"...

    Crazy................. :p :p :p :p :p
     
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    wow

    howl zambimaru!!!!!!.....only funny for those who watch bleach :p
     
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    and on the grip it has a little button to retract and extend the racquet... hehe
     
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    where can we get these rackets, i dont see them in shops in CA
     

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