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power combined with durablity racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by joshua.bay, May 8, 2006.

  1. joshua.bay

    joshua.bay Regular Member

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    :D i haved used my armortec 700 as i wanna benifit from its heaviness..

    and i got the 3u version..

    i smash very hard and the swing spped is super fast.. but thats the problem.. everytime its hit the frame, and the shutle stills move at fast speed and wins openet, i feel so upset as i am afraid that the racket will break anyti,me.

    as the armortec 700 is known for its infamous fragility, i wanna get another racket(similar to arm 700) which suits my hard smashing style and a strong racket that will at least last one year..
    thanks
    and durable is the main factor here
     
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    Check out Proace 510 or 610...very durable rackets!!!!:D
     
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    joshua.bay Regular Member

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    sry, becos i am a yonex fan so heeeeeeee

    i wanna another yonex racket..

    thanks anyway...
     
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    I am not a big fan of Yonex just for the reason of durability...of 5 Yonex rackets 3 broke for no reason...If you have the money to spend then certainly buy Yonex because it is maybe the best on the market for playability...BUT do not rule out others until you have tried them because you might be missing out and not know it....
    I love my MP66 but doubt that it will last a year and i will not buy another if this one breaks....I found a Kawasaki that plays better (for me) and cost about a third of the price of the Yonex...I dont know about its duribility yet because have only used it for a month....:D
     
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    How about Cab30ms? Will you give it a try?
     

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