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Armortec 900 Technique

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

  1. drifit

    drifit Moderator

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    calm down.....:eek:
    if you feel that group is a troll group, just leave it. no need to join that troll group, get what i mean?
    :rolleyes:
    i wonder when will the admin & mods step into this, if this case goes further....
     
  2. ants

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    Just stay within the topic of the thread. :) I think this forum has closed MANY Threads lately..
     
  3. Blurry D

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    I cannot agree more..

    Just if you have an opinion voice it out in you blog or something like that..
     
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    Top-Notch Stupidity

    This mother-of-all-ignoramuses is posting the same silly stuff all over the place :rolleyes:

    See post#81
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=44558

    By the way, a defensive reaction doesn't show that something is either right or wrong.

    For instance, anyone who analyses your writing would say you're truly a jackass with a garbage bin for a head and toothpaste for brains. ;)
    Um, would you care to defend this? :cool:
     
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    Don't feed the troll please, its people like Master Yoda that thrives off of starting and continuing conflicts. Which is why he's posting the same things in 2 threads, so please just drop the topic altogether yes? I'm sure a moderator will soon come along and either:

    a) Ban Master Yoda for saying offensive things and starting conflicts
    b) Close down the thread altogether
    c) Ban those involved for the on-going flaming
    d) All of the above

    Because I would hate to see another thread closed, because I'm quite interested in the AT900T and would like to learn more about other opinions on it.
     
  6. jhirata

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    All the 'troll' posts/ useless off-topic posts should just get deleted, then everything should be fine for a while.
     
  7. Blurry D

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    Alrite back to the AT 900 T

    URghhh it is not a good thing for me if i tend to switch rackets.I love the racket but sometime it does not pack that much of power!!
     
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    You will just have to get used to it longer...
     
  9. Matt

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    It's Blurry D, not the racket! hehehe!
     
  10. Blurry D

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    hheheheheh :p

    Do all of you use a thicker grip on the racket or just an over grip on top of the original one?
     
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    For me, one overgrip on top of the stock grip.
     
  12. dairyboichau

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    one overgrip on top of original
    i find it that its a lot smoother if you old it very near the end of the racket
    i generate good power now :)
    a lot better than my ns 8k
    i feel if i play more, i think this racket is perfect
     
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    Is it just me, or is one side of the Armortec 900T more susceptible than the other? One side of my racket is flawless, and the other side is MASSIVE chipped.

    Hahahahha. I love it though, regardless of the paint job that leaves much to be desired...
     
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    Sorry, a little OT here.
    I used to think Singapore is a safe haven for genuine stuff.

    Not until I got 2 fake MBs from a singapore seller on eBay.

    Yes, sad that fakes do show up from SGP, those who sell fakes in jail. A few rotten apples spoil several million good ones. But it does not mean it never happened, at least to me. I rest my case.
     
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    nooo not again..... can you people just stop with this!!

    Seriously, I am utterly disappointed with you people..you bought it at your own risk dont blame it on the country.it is the individual.

    Alrite i dont want to go further any more before i get banned from this forum..
     
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    There are thiefs everywhere, it doesn't matter where you are. Just make sure you find someone with good reputation to deal with.
     
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    guys,

    how much an AT900T cost in malaysia? gonna get it this sunday .
     
  18. drifit

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    be prepared to pay around RM650
     
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    wooo .. is the price increase? last time I ask was rm580 .. around that la ..
     
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    is your price given includes string and overgrip?
    normal cheap string? normal cheap overgrip?
     

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