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Nanospeed 9900 and Armortec 900 Power

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ilostmybrain, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. ilostmybrain

    ilostmybrain Regular Member

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    Hey guys, my friend is willing to trade me a brand new nanospeed 9900 or armortec 900 power, and right now i really can't decide

    Advice please?
     
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    9900 - head light
    900P - super head heavy


    that in itself should be easy to choose depending on your own preference...
     
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    Thanks Kwun =D
     
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    9900 - Repulsive (shorter contact time on the stringbed = good for doubles, wrist-based racket)
    aerodynamic frame. easier to defend and maneuver.

    900P - not as repulsive as 9900, "Elastic Ti used at the frame" (Longer contact time on the stringbed)
    suitable for Singles and Men in XD. a 4U one might help defensive performance in doubles.
    Box frame, wider/thicker frame relatively, longer handle.

    hope this helps =)
     
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    Normally an advance player should know the difference between those 2.
    So my question is, are you an advance player?

    If not you will struggle with both.
    AT900P in defenses and NS9900 in attacks, without mentioning the problems you might encounter when late.
     

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