Yonex ArcSaber Z Slash Review

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  1. xiaoheng

    xiaoheng Regular Member

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    no i dun think so...
     
  2. Matt

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    Manual string for the win ha ha ha! Well what I mean is that to keep us informed about the status in general. We just need you to provide the necessary informatoni we would like to know.

    I apologize if my post appear to be about the review not being out, my post is about keeping us informed.
     
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    I just broke my NanoSpeed 9900:crying::crying:.......And now I can just wait for this racket be released.....:(:(
     
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    It will be an interesting review I think.

    tried the arcsaber 10 a few days ago, not my type of racket...
    I like the AT900T A LOT! I like the way it's head heavy and still is easy to move around with. best all round racket so far.

    So I'm hoping there is going to be head heavyness in the arc Z :D

    surprise me Ants! But take your time haha
     
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    How it plays is secondary, as long as it is "the latest", right ??

    Have fun :cool:

    /Twobeer
     
  6. ignatius95

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    LOL yeah....:p ,
    May be i should try AT900 soon. Actually, what is the difference between AT900 Technic and AT900 Power?:confused:
     
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    how did your nanospeed break so soon??? :eek:
     
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    I don't know why:( It broke just a bit lower than the "head".....:crying:, anyway, i sent it back to the shop, I ask for a new one, and they sent it to Yonex (because i think something went wrong while in the production of my racket):( Wondering if Yonex is going to get me a replacement racket:rolleyes:
     
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    can you just send any broken yonex racket to yonex and ask for replacement?
    cos I have a few of those lying around here ;)
     
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    You can let them check;).... They will give you a replacement racket, as long as there is a problem while the racket was made. They will check it, if they think that the breakage is because of some personal issue (e.g. Crash with an other racket, dropped, ETC), they won't give any any replacement racket.....

    P.S. That's what i know, they might not be true :D
     
  13. SilverDJ

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    did you clash? it sounds like it kinda just...broke

    makes me skeptical of my own 9900. i hope it wasn't made in the same batch as yours. !!
     
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    looks like the hype gets more and more as the review is later and later... don't worry, take your time... man im curious... XD!
     
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    Such a good threat, ants.

    I see people waiting for your words patiently, and making considerable comments on others' choices, worries, confusions, as well as taking your helpful hints every time.

    Sportsmanship is shown in a forum, I am so glad to be here, too. Thanks!

    In sort of faith of the Chinese, if I have a Next Life,
    I would like to be a NEW YONEX Racket, sending to you and be given a fine test, and my Bio is going to be put on here, forever.
    Then, maybe I shall rest peacefully in your store, but made so many players happy.
     
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    Can't wait for the review as I pretty much don't like many of the new "nano" yonex racquets and my current fav at700 ltd is scarce! Hopefully it's just going to be a no gimmick head heavy yet still manuverable racquet!
     
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    Just like to say thanx to Ants for providing comments on all the new YY sticks. Like many others, I am one of those fanatic who cannot help to try the new equipments and praying that it will improve my game. And I can always count on him to provide a good review. Even though my opinion may defer, the reviews gives a good start. Anyway, without going to far off the topic, I am patiently waiting. Although regardless of the review, I'm sure I'll end up putting another dent in my wallet.
     
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    The Arc 10 is a good all-round racket, but for me, when I am tired, the Nano 9900 seems to do wonders. But, power is still very much inferior to the Arc 10 and the AT700 limited. :)
     
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    i wonder who will be the first pro player to use this racket?:)
     
  20. strobofred

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    We will have to wait for the china masters :p

    my guess: if it's a head heavy / all round racket: mr T Hidayat.

    Or even Peter Gade!

    what do you think?
     
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