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My Racquets ratings! mostly Yonex

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by jsunsun, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. xmomox

    xmomox Regular Member

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    nice ratings! i go fair for these
     
  2. sifuyono

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    at-700 is a must try
     
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    YONEX Ti-10 the best for me....;)
     
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    Which version of Ti-10 are you referring to?
     
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    Hi, what about wilson rackets? I use both wilson n2 and yonex ns9000 and found wilson n2 better. wilson rackets can take more string tension and smash really hard - they are a bit wider than yonex meaning more spot to play. n2 has turbo zone thats really got some turbo power. will be looking for a new review including wilson n and k factor series. Thanks
     
  6. sudhakar_sg

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    need help in raquet selection

    I need a nice badminton raquet,i want to buy a nice one at $50 or less than that. please help which brand and which model.
     
  7. phandrew

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    You can try looking at Apacs, SOTX or RSL rackets.
     
  8. sudhakar_sg

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    hi

    I saw a raquet in apacs (nanosaver1000). but i dont have idea how is that raquet worth, the shoper chared it for $70.

    Is it good or i can check some other raquet

    Please update me some raquet models which is good in quality.
     
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    Parameters of Fleet rackets!

    Dear all,
    I'm wavering among choices of Fleet Fire Melt 6000, Fleet Fire melt 8000 and Fleet Nano System 3000. Can any give the parameters? Could you plz give me any suggestion? My wrist force is normal!
    :confused::confused::confused:
     
  10. Nanospeeder

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    Yonex review

    Hi there,

    Here is my review of the Yonex racquets that I got my G4 claws on. The specs are subjective based on the stuff I used (strings/shuttlecocks). I loved to get my claws on other racquets but there are too many in the Yonex universe. ;)
     

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    how about armortec 300?
     
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    Comparison between nanospeed 9000 Type X and Armortec 900 Power

    Can anyone advise me what is the differnce between nanospeed 9000 Type X and Armortec 900 Power??
     
  13. phandrew

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    There is plenty of info about comparison between these 2 rackets so search
     
  14. lalala123

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    Can advise what racket should I get?
    I was thinking of ti10 but where can I still get it now?
    Or ArcSaber 10?
    I'm a singles player.
    Now holding on to AT300 that's head heavy but ithink th body is still quite heavy for me.
    I prefer my broken ti-8.
    I quite like head heavy rackets and have been using it since I start playing.
    So any advises on which to get?
     
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    AT-700 sounds good for you
     
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    I'm currently usin Ti-10. After using it for a while, I tried my friend's AT700.
    AT700 seems to vibrate a lot more than Ti-10. The Ti-10 felt somehow more solid.
    Probably bcoz it's stiffer?
     
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    can you not get ti10 new in asia? i know the top doubles players still use them.. i have one !:)
     
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    mp 99 more stiff than arc 10?
     
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    From bending test, they are about the same. However, MP99 has longer shaft so you might feel a little flexier. However, ARC10 has CS carbon and new T joint, so it behave totally differently than any racquet before. So please try it out for your own conclusion and before you buy...
     
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    How 'bout Yonex Muscle Power 10LT
     

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