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Armortec 700 durability

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by mcsfgiants, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. mcsfgiants

    mcsfgiants Regular Member

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    Hey im wondering how durable is this racket.
    will the frame crack or break from miss hit such as hitting a plastic shuttlecock with the frame? im not a very goood player, i often hit the frame when i play. should i get this racket if i play singles and i often hit the frame? if not what alternative is there?
     
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    kaiyuan Regular Member

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    Should be okay. The frame crack or break only when you hit your racket on the floor or clash with another racket.
     
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    mcsfgiants Regular Member

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    will it be damaged when you hit the floor sometimes when you try to return smashes or drops?
     
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    Blitzzards Regular Member

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    Have you ever broken any other racquet from your mishits and "accidents"?

    If not then I doubt you will break the AT700 the way you think you might.

    If yes then I doubt any racquet will be suitable for you until you learn you play more properly. In the mean time you can only one of those >120g training racquets which are built very thick all over each part.
     
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    Mishit will break your racket....IF you are stringing 27 lbs and up, and hitting real hard on the birdie...
     
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    Depends on how hard you hit on the floor. Just have to be a little bit more careful.
     
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    mcsfgiants Regular Member

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    comparing to the vt70 is vt70 a lot more durable than the at700?
     

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