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Recommend me racket. Beginner here :D

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by lawllipop, May 5, 2012.

  1. lawllipop

    lawllipop New Member

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    Hi there,
    Can you guys recommend me a low end racket?
    I prefer it to be light. I found on the internet of people recommending the nanoseries 100-300.
     
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  3. Jason123

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    Most rackets that claim to be head light are closer to even balance then anything, thats what i feel a lot of the time

    Get something from the nanospeed series or the nanoray, its best if you find a shop that has them all and you can hold them and see what you like,

    then you can go buy it online for cheap
     
  4. Soybean

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    Nanospeed 100 would be good for a beginner that wants a light racket.
     
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    arcsaber 001 or 002 also suitable for beginners....
    even balance and flexible shaft to give extra power for people who just start playing....
     
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    i think any racket under $150 CAD. Light and not so high tension because you don't want to force your strength and get hurt. to start off i think any brand would do. Especially brands from taiwan they have good quality. Good light rackets that i have tried is flypower, apacs, prince, head.
     

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