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Gosen Roots Gavun Aermet 1700 or Gosen Flex Power 6 FP-6

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by 7slee0, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. 7slee0

    7slee0 Regular Member

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    :confused:I was wondering which one of these best suit me?? I am doubles player and i like to trick drop shots once in a while. I'm usually an all around guy but sometimes smash alot. I don't have much good footwork so when someone clears and i don't realize it, i have to get back there and either side drop it with the racket or overhead clear or backhand clear -_- any clue which will suit me best?? :confused: What strings should i use and what tensions?
     
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    my suggestion you may take the second option
    bg-80/85 tension 22
     
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    i think aermet 1700 more suit. i got use fp-6 before.the fexlibilities not as good as ads say. =.= aermet 1700 more nice for me. just my own opinion.
     
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    I am using the 2700 and 3700. 2700 is head heavy while the 3700 is head light. Personally I like the 2700 coz if u want to make full use of the "kickpoint" it's better to have a heavy head one. Im not very sure about the 1700 but my quest is that it is similar to the 2700 (head heavy).
    Thumbs up for Aermet verson it's now my main weapons...
     
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    aermet 1700 and 2700 i think different not much.but i can say its a nice racket by gosen. i currently using pks-slim which is head heavy racket too.
     

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