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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by cyrusso, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. cyrusso

    cyrusso New Member

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    I current own a yonex armotec 900T and nanospeed 7700...
    Im looking for a 3rd racket atm..
    anyone has any recommendations?
    I quite like the 7700 as it suits my style better...
    wif the 900T i tend to hit out more easily ...1stly it's strung higher than 7700 and 2ndly it's more powerful i think
    anyhow i have more control wif the 7700 than the 900T.
    i tend to like rackets wif looong shafts.
    the carlton megaflex f1 is the one i like the best...
    but it's too old and i dun think i can get it anywhere...since badmintonalley.com doesn't ship outside us or canada i think?
    anyone knows where i can get one...or can recommend me of another similar racket?
    any help appericated
     
  2. Danstevens

    Danstevens Regular Member

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    Well, why not get another NS7700? If you like it, that seems to be the logical thing to do.
     
  3. dubber

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    Seeing as you feel like the at900T has more power are you looking for something that sits in between the 7700 and at900T?
     
  4. cyrusso

    cyrusso New Member

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    I dun realli need another ns 7700...im looking for anther racket which i can swap in between plays...
    and yes im looking for something like that dubber
     

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