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Name your 5 top rackets!!!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by rosso, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. hendrawanfan

    hendrawanfan Regular Member

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    1.Carbnonex 20
    2.Iso-800 Tour
    3.Ti-10
    4.Armortec 700 old
    5.Armortec 900T
     
  2. clearng

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    Apacs Nano Pro 9800
    Apacs Nano Pro 9000
    Apacs Nano 9000 Speed
    Yang Yang Nano Sensation 100
    Apacs Nano Power 900 Red
     
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    So far the Top 5 would be Cab 21,Mp99,AT700,Ti-10 Old,NS9000
     
  4. wocdam

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    1.Victor Superwaves 32
    2.Victor Artery Tec Ti 99
    3.Victor Powerwaves 11
    4.Victor Powerwaves 11
    5.SOTX Woven 13
     
  5. wing-omega5-0

    wing-omega5-0 Regular Member

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    1) ns9kS. so used to this thing and we've been through so much XD
    2) other ns9kS. similar, but packs alot more power.
    3) (retired) Prokennex titanium pro 747. loved this racket back in the day. perfect example that u dont need a good racket to play well. the thing was so light that you get absolutely no power out of it but it was durable and had a good feel.
    4) (retired) mp100. 3 or 4 years ago. good control and good power. but bad gripping made it hard to play with.
    5) (retired) tie between at700 and at800-O. both packed punches but i lost ALOT of at800's versus the one at700. although 5 years later i'm wondering why the hell i ever got these things. expensive and wasnt great either.
     
  6. MusclePower100

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    1. Nanospeed9000 Type X 2UG4 JP
    2. Nanospeed9000 Type X 2UG4 JP
    3. Nanospeed9000 Type X 2UG4 JP
    4. Nanospeed8000 2UG4 JP
    5. MusclePower100 3UG4 CD
     
  7. pelawancai

    pelawancai Regular Member

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    1. Yonex Cab 8 SP - Best!!!
    2. Yonex Cab 9
    3. Yonex AT 900
    4. Yonex Cab 21
    5. NS 9000
     
  8. sifuyono

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    Which AT-700? old or new?
    Which NS9000? X or S?:)
     
  9. Athelete1234

    Athelete1234 Regular Member

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    Both AT700's are the same thing...:)
     
  10. ttktom

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    ermmm my top 5 has Changed a bit like lol. they are

    Yonex MP 99
    Yonex MP 100
    Inflight Nemisis
    Yonex Ti-3
    Inflight Slim Series 100
     
  11. khookg

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    Huh my top 5

    1.) Gosen 5000 Ti
    2.) Carlton Airblade Elite
    3.) Carlton Airblade Super lite
    4.) RSL Mellinium 5
    5.) Pro Ace Widebody 270
     
  12. Xinguy

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    My top 5 choice is

    1)Yonex Ti-10 old colour
    2)Yonex isometric 800 tour
    3)Yonex MP99
    4)Yonex Mp100
    5)Last choice aspac armotec900T
     
  13. Russki Bear

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    My top 5 has changed

    1)RSL X2-Pro (Mr. Shiney)
    2)MP100 (Pow-Pow)
    3)AT800Off
    4)MP99 (Spanky)
    5)??

    A lot I haven't tried though....
     
  14. thunder killer

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    Pro Ace Ti Killer
    Pro Ace Ti Speed
    Pro Ace Ti Power
    Yonex Nano 6000
    Pro Ace Titanium 11
     
  15. Ausworthar

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    1) Speedo Aerolite 688 [Played it since i was 10 in 2000, string currently broken and switching to another racket, Good balance, and established as an extension of my arm when needing to return shots while running backwards.]
    2) Yonex B460 [Played it every evening after i came back from primary school at the backyard.]
    3) Toalson Mega Flex Inner Power [Bought it yesterday, testing it in the weekends. Was trying several racquets when the 'stringer'[?] passed me the Toalson, which was freshly strung. Felt lighter than all the others which i held. Only fear - Lack of counterbalancing weight when switching to backhands.]

    Cheers
     
  16. issarakaya

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    1. YY AT900T
    2. YY Ti-10 gen2
    3. Carlton Airblade 33
    4. Mizuno Tetracross 700
    5. SOTX D600

    All at the same level for me actually but i set this rank for how many i choose this racket for my game :D
     
  17. ryim_

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    My top 5 but not in any sort of order:
    -MP99
    -AT900P
    -Ti10 (1st generation)
    -Ti10 (2nd generation)
    -AT800D
     
  18. Danstevens

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    1.) SOTX Woven 16. In my opinion, the ultimate racket
    2.) Yonex Ti-10 (older one) with some lead tape on the head
    3.) Yonex Arcsber 10
    4.) SOTX Woven 12 ltd
    5.) Yonex nanospeed 9000X with lead tape on the head.

    Love them all but the Woven 16 is in a league of its own.
     
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    what feature of woven 16 that stands out so good?
     
  20. teoky

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    Not in any particular order :

    1) Prince M+ 85
    2) ARC Saber 10 (3U)
    3) Victor SW33P (4U)
    4) Carlton Powerblade 9909
    5) Carlton Nanolite 9500
     

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