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Racket handle broke...Buying new racket!

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by geraldpc, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. geraldpc

    geraldpc Regular Member

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    Hi~! Check with you guy is there any way to repair racket handle.
    My 11+yrs old YY CAB25 handle broke..:crying:with me for so long.... (Wishing thinking.:D)


    BTW, I looking foward to buy 1 new racket. I have try AS10 and NS9kX. Both I like it but NS9kX seen to be better in all way.

    One thing trouble me is that I also hear NS9kX brake easily. Is it true?? Any recommand??

    I live in : Singapore
    Gender: Male
    Level : Advanced, casual
    Budget: None
    Playing style : All round player(frequent smashes and drive)
    Play mode : Both singles and doubles(Most of the time Double)
     
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    phandrew Regular Member

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    There is no such thing as a AS10 racket. It's ARC10. yes NS9000X can break easier than other rackets but not a big difference.
     
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    maa2003 Regular Member

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    if you wanna try SOTX, then you can visit http://sotx-sg.blogspot.com

    cheap and good rackets ........

     
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    Shipping from Singapore to USA is not going to be cheap so buying from ibuysports will be cheaper.
     
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    maa2003 Regular Member

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    understand boss, the threadstarter is from Singapore ......
     
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    phandrew Regular Member

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    Opps. I somehow mixed what i said with another thread. Sorry.
     
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    yonex ti10 or at 900p, otherwise, sotx not bad also and cheaper... haha
     
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    Oh! I throught A = Arc and S = Saber that why I state AS10. Get it! Will call ARC10. Thank for the feedback on NS9KX
     
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    Thank for the recommandation! I have try this 2 racket too.

    AT900P don't like it. Maybe because of the heavy head but very powerful when smash

    Ti10 not bad. But hard to find in my country nowadays. Prefer to buy newer racket.:D

    As for SOTX I have never try any of the racket from this brand. Is it better than Yonex??
     
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    How the pricing for this racket brand?? I have never try this brand before. Thank for the recommandation!:)
     
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    SOTX rackets perform just as good or even better than yonex at a cheaper price. Ti-10(old) is a old racket but is still a beast.
     
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    hmmm? last i checked, quite a few 3rd gen ti10 at queensway shopping and classic sports
     
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    Have not been to queensway for same times.. Maybe go take a look when free. But I prefer to go arctic and 10&10. Their service and price very good!
     
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    Have not been to queensway for some times, maybe go take a look when free. Prefer acrtic and 10&10, their service and price very good!
     
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    The price of SOTX at http://sotx-sg.blogspot.com are in Singapore Dollar .:D
     

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