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Have you Broken an Isometric 900 Swing power? Please tell me your story

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Will, May 8, 2002.

  1. Will

    Will Regular Member

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    I need to know how durable the Isometric 900 campared to the Ti sp. Please share your story if you broke your 900, I need this information before I decide which racket I want.

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  2. Yogi

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    My stringer broke an Sr of Iso 900 adn Ss of Ti sp. I think the Ti sp feels lighter. But i would say that the Iso 900 is damn durable indeed.
     
  3. jsunsun

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    i have a ti sp sr and a iso750 muscle for sale in the toronto region if you're interested.

    jsunsun@hotmail.com
     
  4. kwun

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    the durability of the Iso900 is average.

    the Iso900 is my favorite racket. i have had a lot of Iso900...

    2 SR (SP)
    3 SS (1 SP, 2 CN)
    1 SX


    one of the SR has a crack along the inside edge of the frame. this is after a lot of abuse from me stringing it at 25+ lbs for a few months. even so, i have been using that racket with the crack for a couple of months. then i retired it.

    the SS (SP) cracked. on the second day on a racket clash.

    the rest has been holding up pretty well.

    as for the TiSP. not sure. i haven't used one extensively.
     
  5. Yogi

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    Kwun,

    did u not try to repair it? I am sure it is repairable and usuable for training sessions. I gifted the Sr to a Kid who wanted it for training and i still use the Ti SP Ss. The broken one is obviously for the doubles with beginners and the other one for the matches.

    I use slim 10 for singles though.
     

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