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Need help for a new racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by _MICHAEL_, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. _MICHAEL_

    _MICHAEL_ Regular Member

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    Hello,
    i've been playing badminton for about 4 years and I will be turning 14 in 4 days. I've been using the same racket (Head Nano Power Ti.10000) for about 3 1/2 years and I just broke the strings for the second time and I am thinking of buying a new racket rather than restring it. My price range is MAX. 200$, because I pay my own equipement. I'm a big Yonex fanatic so I dont think i'll buy from an other company again. I have an all around play style, however I tend to be a little more aggressive. Can you help me pick a good racket for me? Thanks.
     
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    _MICHAEL_ Regular Member

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    Additional Info: After searching on the the website of my nearby badminton shop I found the ArcSaber 7 for 204,99$ which is 5$ over my price range but i'm sure my parents could help me a little. Do you think it's appropriate for me? (btw, i forgot to mention on my first post that i play 2 times a week and go in about 7 tournaments per year). Thanks again.
     
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    WoOZY Regular Member

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    Where do you live in Canada?
     
  4. _MICHAEL_

    _MICHAEL_ Regular Member

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    Quebec, why?
     
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    arcsaber 7 is a good racket and it's all round racket....
    you can use it for double and single play.....
    other racket would be Voltric 70, also an all round racket....
    at my place VT70 is a cheaper than Arc7....
    dont know if the same goes at your place.....
     
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    WoOZY Regular Member

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    If it's a Sports Expert... They might offer 20% discount for some recreational club members...
     

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