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Armortec 900 Technique

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by UchihaIyer, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. JoHn B

    JoHn B Regular Member

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    hey,

    ive had an AT900T for few months now and it broke on me this week, just through hitting, no racquet clashes or anything.

    I also know someone who had the same problem with the AT900T except he had only had it for around a month!

    So its definitly true but its still a good racquet so dont let it put you off!
     
  2. haifeng7

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    wow, technique has such a weak frame.
     
  3. Matt

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    That is not applicable to the 3U!
     
  4. Blurry D

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    Hahaahaha Matt is correct i was one of a victim of 4U
     
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    I have an Armortec 900 Technique and it is 4u g5. The racket depends on the handler. If you just take good care of your racket probably it will lasts long. Don't question the durability of the 4U coz it is the same as 3U. If you're a lousy player then the racket won't last and that's for sure.
     
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    i disagree. so you mean ppl like taufik hidayat is lousy? since he broke so many.
     
  7. Blurry D

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    Cone rattling..

    My AT 900 T seems to be making funny noises.The rattling sound comes from between the shaft and the cone..

    My question is that will it cause the racket to come out from the handle?

    Is my shaft giving way?

    I am worried cause i dont want it to come out in the middle of the game and hurt someone with it.
     
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    If you string at 32lbs, your racquets will go quickly...
     
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    i am against this> If you're a lousy player then the racket won't last and that's for sure.
     
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    Well, if for any reason you mishit when your strings are at 32, your racquet will collapse. And it's impossible to have no mishits.
     
  11. coleismybear

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    i didnt disagree bout the part on tension. :rolleyes:
     
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    How is the Armotec900 technique im getting mine soon, is it's smash as powerful as the at700. Can i get some review on it
     
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    Use the search feature, and look for Dinkalot's racquet review, and Ants review on the AT900T.
     
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    Everyone knows that taufik is a professional player and a hard hitter and no wonder he could easily break his racket. So you can never question the durability of the racket that really depends on the player.
     
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    No, it has a less power but more on defense and good for net play. You can easily control the shuttlecock. And i love that racket.
     
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    Friend bought AT900 technique 3U G4 from Japan. So there is a G4 for a 3U. Not sure if Malaysia has this. More common I saw is 3U G5.
    Is there a huge difference between G5 vs G4? hopefully is minimal.
     
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    Can someone help me with this..
     
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    The difference is just the handle size between G5 and G4.

    G5 is 83mm girth.
    G4 is 86mm girth.
     
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    I've been using the at900 technique it is pretty powerful, but it doesnt feel as good when you hold it as the at700. It feels more hollow. Is the at900 really for doubles, becasue i'm a single player and deciding which one to use at700 or 900technique? What do you guys think
     

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