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Isometric 60 MF light vs. Carbonex 8000 light

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by hnvn123, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. hnvn123

    hnvn123 Regular Member

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    I am a beginner/intermediate player and planed to buy a racke. I am very keen on playing and try hard to develop my skill. In my small town in Germany, I could only find two kind of yonex isometric 60 MF light and Carbonex 8000 light, that cost 25€.
    Could you please compare and give me some advise/suggestion about these two rackets?
    Do you think I can find another Wilson/Proace racket which is in the same price and better? Because, in my town, there are quite more Wilson/Proace rackets.

    Thank in advance
    hnvn123
     
  2. t3tsubo

    t3tsubo Regular Member

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    both are very low end racquets that should be used for entry level beginners. You are better off getting from another brand if those are your only two choices from yonex.
    Go with Wilson/Proace.
     
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    don't limit yourself to just yonex, other brands like SOTX and Forza are quite good.
     
  4. hnvn123

    hnvn123 Regular Member

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    Thank you for your suggestion. Could you please name several Wilson/Proace models?
     

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