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Help me in choosing a good racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by sachu8, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. sachu8

    sachu8 New Member

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    Nanospeed 100 or Arcsaber 002...?

    Hi I am new to the forum.

    Please help me in choosing my 2nd Badminton Racket.

    Some information about me as a player are:

    Skill level - Intermediate

    Playing style- All round


    I usually play doubles several times in a weak.
    The previous racquet I used was the "Carbonex 7000df" and its frame broke near the joint.
    So I need a durable as well as light weight racquet and my budget is 30-45$.
    I am from Kerala in India.

    some of the racquets in my list are:

    1.Yonex Arcsaber 002
    2.Yonex Nanospeed 100
    3.Ashaway Power Platinum

    Among these 3 racquets which one is suitable for me.Also please suggest other racquets in this price range if any...
     
  2. sachu8

    sachu8 New Member

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    Hi I am new to the forum.
    Please help me in choosing my 2nd Racquet.

    Some information about me as a player are:

    Skill level - Intermediate

    Playing style- All round


    I usually play doubles several times in a weak.
    The previous racquet I used was the "Carbonex 7000df" and its frame breaked near the joint.
    So I need a durable as well as light weight racquet and my budget is 30-45$.
    I am from Kerala in India.

    some of the racquets in my list are:

    1.Yonex Arcsaber 002
    2.Yonex Nanospeed 100
    3.Ashaway Power Platinum

    Among these 3 racquets which one is suitable for me.Also please suggest other racquets in this price range if any...
     
  3. sachu8

    sachu8 New Member

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    Suggest a racket

    Hi I am new to the forum.
    Please help me in choosing my 2nd Racquet.

    Some information about me as a player are:

    Skill level - Intermediate

    Playing style- All round


    I usually play doubles several times in a weak.
    The previous racquet I used was the "Carbonex 7000df" and its frame breaked near the joint.
    So I need a durable as well as light weight racquet and my budget is 30-45$ (about 1300 to 1800 indian rupees).


    some of the racquets in my list are:

    1.Yonex Arcsaber 002
    2.Yonex Nanospeed 100
    3.Ashaway Power Platinum

    Among these 3 racquets which one is suitable for me.Also please suggest other racquets in this price range if any...
     
  4. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    I don't know about arcsaber 002 and nanospeed 100, both are flexible (your carbonex 7000df is medium)
    maybe you want something that is medium flex..

    maybe you can try apacs racket
    I never use it, but they are good value for money racket
    try their lower model such as edgesaber or nano series

    P.S: ebay is a good place to start for apacs racket
    try: http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=edgesaber&_sacat=See-All-Categories
    u
    sually they have promo, 2 rackets for $60 (while buying one would cost you $40)
    but you need to note that there is extra cost for shipping
     
    #4 Avenger, Aug 8, 2011
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2011
  5. irwan_kho

    irwan_kho Regular Member

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    i recommend you to get a Apacs Lethal 90 as the frame is really strong because my racket has collided with others racket and it's still okay until now.
     
  6. Josh Foster

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    I'd reccomend the Wilson V2 Racket, it's worked wonders for me, got mine from sportdiscount.com, 28 quid well spent
     

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