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AT700 or NS8000 or AT900T

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Daisuke, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. Daisuke

    Daisuke Regular Member

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    which racket could i use i am not really strong for smashes and clears but i also dont want a racket that is head heavy which makes me unable to get drops, and i wanted the grip to be 3UG4 with BG-80 blue coloured strings..

    i went on a site : newaystore.com and they sell rackets for about 100$ in us/ca dollars could they be fake???
     
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    all at series are head heavy, so the only remaining choice is ns8000
     
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    yea that newaystore.com site i think there rackets are fake $40 average for yonex rackets and real ones cost like $100+ and they only sell them for 40 all...have to be fake.also in the pics of there products they scratched out the original person that took the pics.
     
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    Drop the At700 from your choice, At700 head heavy
     
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    At900 also head heavy.

    Daisuke,
    you may consider At900T.
    not that head heavy as At700, head heavier than Ns8k.
    the head heaviness can provide extra power to your smash. as for dropshot, you need to adjust accordingly, this will not be hard.
    as for N8k, it might just suit your need to do dropshot, but as for your smash. no improvement of power.
    pick a racket that will improve your weakness...........:)
     
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    good point drift im going to purchase the at00t but is this also possible if i get the grip at 3UG4 and with BG-80 BLUE COLOURED STRINGS???
     
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    AT900T comes in 3UG4 and yes there is blue coloured BG80. The blue is more dark rather than light as shown in the link:

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=91
     

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