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mp tour and armortec 250 limited

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by t1nosupr1mo, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. t1nosupr1mo

    t1nosupr1mo Regular Member

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    any one know the specs and characteristic of this 2 rackets ?
    the information is soo limited cant find any.
    price check for these 2 please
    and any one know if armortec 250 vs 250 limited different ? or just color scheme and designs

    any comments or review for the 2 rackets are welcomed.

    thanks in advance.
     
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    t1nosupr1mo Regular Member

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    yeeee. nobody ? lol
     
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    t1nosupr1mo Regular Member

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    ya i saw that, both racket is not listed.
    only regular at250
     
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    regular at250 and limited ..is just color scheme.I dint use before MP tour so sorry,cant help you.
     
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    t1nosupr1mo Regular Member

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    hmm i guees this low/mid end racket is not soo popular.
    thanks tho
     
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    picked up a regular at250 for about $40cad... not a bad racquet at all given the price
     
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    im not a power player hows the power on at250 ?
     
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    using the stock strings i got pretty good smashes and end to end clears out of it

    pretty good entry level racquet
     
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    i have both AT250(non-ltd) and mp tour. the mp tour is a bit more flexible, especially when i'm trying to lift to the backcourt. the AT250 is a bit more head heavy balance, so i tend to get tired quicker after a few hours of continuous playing. i have bg65ti on the AT250 @ 24lbs, and ashaway microlegend xl @ 22lbs on one tour, and ashaway zymax 62 @ 22lbs on the other tour.
    maybe i'm a weak player, but i would still prefer something stiffer and a bit lighter for doubles playing, for singles, the mp tour is perfect, just heavy enough so i can have some kind of a weak smash (mainly because i'm a weak player) and balanced enough for quick drives back to the opponent.
     

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