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Mp 21

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Perfect Proposa, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. Perfect Proposa

    Perfect Proposa Regular Member

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    What do you think about the MP 21. I can't seem to find it on Yonex's US site. I paid $80 CAD for it.

    I'm wondering if it's appropriate for my play. I'm relatively inexperienced, but I do play weekly at my badminton club, so you could consider me slightly better than a beginner.

    Also, is there any way to gauge my level of play?
     
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    MP21 is good enough for a beginner~intermediate. Easy racquet to use.

    Well, can you clear full court ?
     
  3. Perfect Proposa

    Perfect Proposa Regular Member

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    Forehand, yes. Not so much backhand.
     
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    Midget_Boy Regular Member

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    $80 CDN for an MP-21 is a good price. You were not ripped off...unless it was used or damaged, :p
     
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    i got the heavy (green version for 60 bucks but im assuming u bought the blue/grey light version.. thats 80 bucks
     
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    Perfect Proposa Regular Member

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    I had thought the 2 were one and the same. they were both $80 at the store, and I liked green better, so I got that one. :p
     
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    rice_demon Regular Member

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    quick reply cuz u woke me up (ass) lol j/k
    um the green one is 2u and the light blue (light version) is 3u
     
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    ive use mp 21
    its a raquet for both offence and defence
    in my opinion its very balanced
    and btw y is it not on the yonex website
    and the sports chek in west vancouver sells this raquet for 50$ ( last time i was there like this aug.) it was aparntly 85 g
     
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    Sport Check = rip off!! :D
     
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    yeah they rip people off badly... i saw AT700 CD coded for $199.99 and NS4500 for like 129.99...
     
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    arent those prices ok? since they CD and u get a warranty
     
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    Good racket that one can grow into.
    Mostly for beginners.

    4 people got theirs for $55 plus free BG65 strings each in local store in CA, USA.
     
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    hmmm i am not really sure if the Sport Chek in Toronto provides warranty for broken racquets... i think even if they give warranty, they might scam people another $20~$30.. =\
     
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    u deal with yonex canada i think..
     
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    take it back to the store you bought it from. yonex canada do warranty the racquet against defect for 6 month if i remember it correct.
     

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