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Alternative to AT900P

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by markgab, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. markgab

    markgab Regular Member

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    Hi all :)

    I need some recommendations.
    I'm using AT-900P, only play doubles and i am a hard hitter.
    Am looking for an alternative racket, hear say Voltric 80 and the high tension and other recommendation or like Bravesword?

    Whats so good about VT80 compared to AT900P?
    Would appreciate your views :D

    Thanks
     
  2. GUENNIIIII

    GUENNIIIII Regular Member

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    In my opinion you could try a lot of yonex rackets which are pretty similar to the AT900P.
    Actually yesterday i played with a AT900P because a m8 try´d my Voltric80 and i must say somehow i feel that the racket is older. the air resistance around the at900p was much bigger i think and i cant hit the shuttle so smove and save compared to the voltric. the voltric is a bit more head heavy but maybe you could give the 4u version a try for doubles. i also think a arcsaber 10, arcsaber z-slash or (ns9900) is a good choise for an alternative.
     
  3. CanucksDynasty

    CanucksDynasty Regular Member

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    I've read in this forum that the VT80 is the replacement for AT900P.
    I have the VT80 and love it (never had the AT900P).

    I would recommend the Yonex VT80 or Victor MX80.
    Those are the hot sellers right now.

    CD.
     

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