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andreroddick155
08-29-2005, 11:56 AM
look at this link: http://d e t ch .moe-nifty.com/tennis/2005/08/dunlop_diaclust_899a.html
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Does anyone know what kind of rackets are these and know if they sell these in the us? And how come dunlopsports dont show this racket on their website?

Terre Battu
09-01-2005, 11:22 PM
Those rackets are only distributed in Japan. They are based on the 200G originals - the injection moulded ones without grommets.
They look nice though.

BallBoy
09-02-2005, 01:29 AM
Those rackets are only distributed in Japan. They are based on the 200G originals - the injection moulded ones without grommets.
They look nice though.

There are..

Rim Professional-S (yellow)
Rim Professional-V (red)
Rim Professional-Z (blue)
Rim Professional-L (silver)

200G/300G are made by Dunlop UK,
Rim Professional series are made by Dunlop Japan.
They are completely two different companies. Dunlop Japan has its own racquet design team and production line. Rim series is not based on 200G.

Rim professional series are sold in most of asian countries including China, Korea, India, Philiphines, and Taiwan.

They have pretty cool design and produce lots of pop on serve and forehand.

Rim Professional-s is one of the most popular rackets in Asia, with its head size of 98, unstrung weight of 310, 27 inches long, 21.3mm thick and 320 balance point.

They are pretty cool rackets

Dennis Yeung
09-02-2005, 03:03 AM
Hi BallBoy, I'm wondering which part of China can I find the RIM series? It is not available here in Hong Kong. Your reply is greatly appreciated.