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looking for a racquet which is head heavy

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Gold-, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. Gold-

    Gold- Regular Member

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    looking for a racquet which is head heavy medium stiff to stiff,durable,without creating a lot vibration that make elbow pain. and CHEAP!!!!!!!!!$150 and below any brand except yonex will do
     
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  2. Xhan_

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    try armortec 250 :D head heavy and easy to use .. i use it as a substitute for my arc 10
     
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    hi,
    U may try SOTX Woven7..I have 2pcs. If u interested to try. I can let go one for u. :)
     
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    go try out victor super wave 33 power or artery tec ti 95 power, both are slightly head heavy and mid stiff rackets, easy to generate power and most importantly below $150 each.
     
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    If I'm not wrong RSL X3 gold seems to fit the bill as well.
     
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    ZELM Powerplay 9900 is pretty nice. Give it a try, PM Sgbad for it. Since you are in S'pore, it should be easier for you to get one!
     
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    Try Bonny Classic Carbon 3100 S :D The point is, too many racquets, too little time and money :p
     
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    I think the ZELM Powerplay 9990 , would be a bit too stiff?
     

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