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Arc Saber Z-Slash or ArmorTec 700 Limited Edition?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by aesix, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. aesix

    aesix Regular Member

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    Which 1 should I go for?

    I love to smash, but I can't choose which 1 I should choose!

    I am narrowing my choices to these racquets

    Be sure to say why go for this one

    - What is different between ArmorTec 700 Old and the ArmorTec 700 Limited Edition?

    Thanks in advance,

    aesix
     
  2. quik_silver

    quik_silver Regular Member

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    do you wanna just search it up... there are posts about it already.
     
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    aesix Regular Member

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    I did,

    no results
     
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    aesix Regular Member

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    Thanks for the links.

    Any more opinions?
     
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    quik_silver Regular Member

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    opinions? use the search function.....
     
  7. Many Ch0icez

    Many Ch0icez Regular Member

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    relax. Threads like this should be answered personally. Although I have not used any of thse 2 rackets. i say the AT700 is obviously VERY VERY head heavy which in fact it will be easier to generate more power. Now the z slash is a faster swing sped with a even balance. Also it's a hard "beast" to "tame" . AS in it's very hard to adjust to the slim head frame = faster speed and the narrower head frame. I would say AT700 as it's a classic. I wouldn't be dissapointed with it.
     
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    How can you answer it personally if you have never used them?

    It would only be logical comparisons were made at the time the limited was released ;) With better answers than the couple of links already provided ...
    Might want to try the other section called "Racket Recommendation / Comparison" as well [​IMG].
     
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    Many Ch0icez Regular Member

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    Just by reading other posts and the specs and all the videos I have researched these rackets very well. And also I did get to try a at 700 LTD today. And Since I use a ns9900 I got a couple mishits. I used it for 1-2 hours. It was okay but Id still rather even / head light :)
     
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    i would say the arc z is my favourite one. It's extremely powerfull, BUT it is also difficult to control the power with you shots. But the plus side is, the racket is quite manouverable compared to the at 700.
    the armortec 700 is very head heavy and powerfull, but it is more controlable.
     
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    Well ... if even you can do it then ... ;);).
     

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