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Anyone ever used Carlton Airblade AS Ti?

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by DuStbaLl, Mar 15, 2002.

  1. DuStbaLl

    DuStbaLl Guest

    Is there anyone who has tried Carlton's 2001 new racket - Airblade AS Ti?
    What do you think about it?
     
  2. TrunkZ69

    TrunkZ69 Regular Member

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    It's quite head heavy and very stiff. Really powerful. I got one for sale if you want it. I live in the US, email me if u want. ryu222@hotmail.com
     
  3. hotdog

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    Bought one AS Ti as well as one AS-1 from HongKong for HK$1000 this Christmas. Both are very powerful. i strung with BG80 on AS Ti and BG85 on AS-1. Now i play these two all the time and leave my MP77 at home.
     
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    Do you mean AS TI and AS-1 cost HK$ 1000 together or HK$1000 each? I just want to know the pricing in HK.
     
  5. vincent ting

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    to QiDong

    the price should be hk$1000 for bith 2 rackets
    there were good rackets


    Are u plan to go to HK to shop for badminton??

    I would liek to recommend my friend's badminton shop Mr keen in HK,
    if u want further details, e-mail me
    vincentting@yahoo.com

    and I can quote u the price

    the price we can offer may not be the cheapest, but they will be 100% real, generie, quality product which worth it!!

    have a nice day
    vincent
     
  6. dragon62

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    I donno what kind of racquet your using but i think the Carlton AB As-Ti is very light. It is easy to handle but at times it is hard to get power out of it. My smash clocked with the racquet is only 97mph but with an Mp99 i got it to 101..

    I quote the price 110CAD...i got a deal for it but it is 110CAD

    Its won me many championships and I just love the way it handles...it has a nice grip for right handed ppl, im lefty btw...heh
     
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    Did you notice that this thread is over 2 years old before you posted?
     
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    hehe good one..someone noticing the date!
     
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    i would've thought this first post would be a dead giveaway as to how old the thread is, but i suppose not :rolleyes:
     

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