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NR900 vs Arc 11

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by wellwell, Aug 8, 2014.

  1. wellwell

    wellwell New Member

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    Dear bros

    I am currently owe VT80 and AT600, I felt VT80 was too heavy for me, although the smash was much improve compare to AT600. I am normally pay double and it was too tired after 2 hrs play to using AT80. Plus I am not advance player.

    Now I am thinking about Arc FB, NR900 and Arc 11.
    When I went into a local store, the store manager not to suggest to have FB, because he said so many ppl break the racket due to light weight.

    Any suggestion plz
    thank you so much
     
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    PinkDawg Regular Member

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    NR is more directed towards doubles smashing while Arc11 is an all-around control racket. In doubles, by the way it sounds you are playing, you may find more utility in the NR900. :)
     
  4. amleto

    amleto Regular Member

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    If arc11 is the all-rounder, how does nr900 provide more utility? :confused:

    By definition the all-rounder covers more situations.
     
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    Sorry. I should say that it sounds like he is smashing and driving a lot (tired after 2 hours with VT80) so he will find the smashing ability the NR900 more useful because 1) he won't be tired, an improvement over the VT80 and 2) he will have great power, an advantage over the arc11. I would definitely need to know more about the play style to be accurate, I guess.
     
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    Thank you all of bros suggestion

    I try both racket..... here is my through
    Arc 11 = appear to be between AT and VT, it is still a heavy head
    NR900 = appear to be a stiff and balance racket and a bit light weight

    Overall, I maybe flip a coin for Arc 11 or NR900, forget about FB and NR900/NR750
     

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