Any more users of Tetracross 700 ??

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  1. bad_fanatic

    bad_fanatic Regular Member

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    I think the weakest link in this racket is the grommets. In the past, I've owned a GP-9, GP-5, Mystic Power 500, TC500 and Luminasonic 5. I notice that the grommets gets worn rather quick. My TC500 grommet is worn so bad that you can see the frame.

    I know shuttle-house sells the replacement grommets for a few bucks, but I'm not to worried about as I don't really use it anymore and it's just sitting there collecting dust.
     
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    Is the aerodynamic design of the TC700 good? I, personally, prefer faster rackets.
    This racket seems to be a harsh task to many, but i would like to see if i can conquer it.
     
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    The frame is not in aerodynamic design likes those Brave swords. But it has a unique frame shape, slightly smaller than isometric head, therefore it moves faster.

    Once getting used to the frame shape, you begin to reveal the power of TC700.
     
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    Bigfatsiu Regular Member

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    Does the TC700 has a BP of 305+? it seem a little bit too head heavy
     
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    Bigfatsiu Regular Member

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    Any review on it's brother, the TC500?
     
  6. LD rules!

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    read post #7, 500 is no where near as good as 700.:)
     
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    At least none of mine does. I recall it is between 290 - 295. No too sure now.
     
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    The US dollar is weak.. the NZ dollar is getting strong because of the rugby world cup.. the price of the TC700 is slashed by half at most shops.. IT'S TIEM TO BUY :).. about two or three of these.. And completely clear out my Apacs stuff.
     
  9. LD rules!

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    I wonder if I will be able to find this racket anywhere in Singapore...
     
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    Not a chance unless you get it from another forumer. I even have to import my own.
     
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    Damn:crying: will just have to find other rackets to buy during my stay :(
     
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    what tape is you used??

    Ermm......what tape is you used on ur racket??
     
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    what tape is you used??

    what tape do u used on your racket??
     

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