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Can you recommend me a racket?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by crossffirex, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. crossffirex

    crossffirex New Member

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    I like playing badminton and I just started a couple months ago. The one I am using right now is pretty bad, it's made by Pro Polo.

    I want a racket less than $150. When i play, i like to go on the offensive side. So is there any racket that gives me powerful strike with little force? I am looking at Voltric 60 but that racket is $200, not within my budget.
     
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    laksaman57 Regular Member

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    I would recommend ProAce Titanium 11
     
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    Will that racket give powerful strike with little force?
     
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    there's no such thing as a free lunch
     
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    swunk Regular Member

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    no such thing as "powerful strike with little force". the power is in the hand, not in the racket.
    you should maybe look up some used racket, like arcsaber 10 or armortec 900 technique
    wouldn't recommend any head-heavy ones coz most likely you dont have the wrist to handle them.
     
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    Trinhity Regular Member

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    If you like to attack, try a Li Ning MEGA POWER series racquet called the "High Carbon 1800":
    http://shopbadmintononline.com/racquet-mega-power-high-carbon-1800-for-badminton-p-382.html

    This site is only for North America, but perhaps you can find something in your country.
     
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    I would suggest looking for armortec 600s which is pretty close to the VT 60. Or you could go for the lower end of the arcsaber range
     
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    i would suggest an even balance racket with a flexible shaft, then actually get some good instructions on footwork and other basic techniques before you spend $150 on a racket you can't use. as a beginner, i would recommend you to learn how to swing a racket with the appropriate form first, before anything else :)
     
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    Id recommend the usual racket that i recommend for people thats looking for offensive play with low budget. Muscle Power 22 . Fantastic smashes and net smashes . It really doesnt take long to get used to this thing , about 30minutes of play will do it.

    Mine is 3U @27 lbs , forgot the string but it's green
     

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