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Pics of my new AT900P

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Optiblue, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. Optiblue

    Optiblue Regular Member

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    Just got this for my birthday present :D Strung with bg-68ti @ 29lbs

    Straight from Windsor in JDM land :p

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    Now that's a beast.. :eek:
     
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    Tamed by LCW who devastated CJ and BCL.:)
     
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    Omfg looking at that racket makes me piss in my pants xD
     
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    :D Okie, make sure no one has it the next time you are on court :D. LOL!!!

     
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    Looks great. Have fun with it.
     
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    OB, did you get your racquet strung at Tad's? Which machine did the stringer use?
     
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    lol, i wonder what happen if u were looking at....:p
     
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    or... " Mop up on court 4 please":p
     
  10. Optiblue

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    Thanks for the comments! I guess this racquet will need some Anti-urine technology! Yup, it was strung @ tads by Gary, but I'm not sure what machine he used since my brother broght this one in. I hope it was the Babolat :)
     
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    Yeh! JP land!! err and your racket's birthdate is younger than my Technique!! =(

    Most likely it's been done on the crank machine. From what I have seen, badminton rackets are not done on the electronics unless it was requested. It's faster to be done on the crank anyways.
     
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    Congrats on your new racket. Looks amazing, hope u enjoy it :)
     
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    This was painstakingly chosen from a bunch on the rack in the Shinjuku store. Your bro looked at all the details: paint, graphics, grommets, finishing, and the cone alignment to find the best one. I think the employees were looking at us a bit because so many rackets were off the rack. When the racket was chosen, the person ringing it through handled it as if it were precious jewelery... bag in a bag, carefully closed and handed over.
     
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    Anti Urine Technology LOL XD!
     
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    Yonex racquets in the future will have Nano Anti-On-court Urine Excretion technology inbedded in the frame. O_O
     
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    how come your racket has the word Gummetal on it? my armortec900 power doesn't have that word. My racket is an US version.
     
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    Only the JP has the word GUMMETAL on it. Here are my own JP rackets of the NS9KS and Technique.

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    Our JP rackets is the real deal since it has the "real" name of it. :D
     
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    gummetal is called 'gomu-metaru' in japanese, which actually means 'rubber-metal'. Just for your lil information. >_>
     
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    Thanks alot guys. i got it now. I got a at900p ,and i love it. What you guys think my next racket should be ? i like its head heavy like the at900p.
     
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    Is that the Kanji/Romaji of it?
     
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