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Resemble Yonex AT700 old color

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by yosi11, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. yosi11

    yosi11 Regular Member

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    Can someone tell me a racket that has a spec resembling with Yonex at 700 old color, But the price a lot cheaper
     
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    The closest match would be Li-Ning N90. The price cheapness is subjective though, although a brand new AT700 old will cost relatively more than a brand new N90 :p
     
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    despite what people say, the closest match will be a current gen AT700.
     
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    I don't have that much money lol
     
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    how about flypower warrior 8?
     
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    IMO, Warriors is headlight to even balance. AT700 is super head heavy :D
     
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    How about flypower kaldera/thunderflash 3000 both have 30 cm BP
     
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    Hello Yosi,

    this is your 3rd thread to find a racket in one week!!! I got the impression that you don't know what you want.
    You mentioned LN SS98, FA Thunder Flash 300 and now you want something very close to an AT700 1gen. This means even and flex versus head heavy as hell and super stiff.
    Some advices:
    It's hard, but with only 30 to 50 $ you won't get a good racket from brands like Li-Ning.
    With your budget you won't have the torture of choice. The best deal for you and your budget is Apacs!!!

    Now you must know what you want. Every racket has its lovers and haters. So a good racket for you does not mean it is a good racket for everyone and vice versa. Let's start at zero.

    What's your current racket?

    I hope you won't open a 4th thread.:p
     
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    Pro Ace it has a crack on the head
     
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    Based on your location (and limited budget), why not just buy a local brand (astec, flypower, RS, ebox, hart, etc) ?

    If your previous racket were proace titanium dream (from your post on other thread, that's a very light 5U racket), why not just get another proace series ?. Proace Thunderbolt series or Abs Power series will be a good upgrade to your racket. Definitely won't be resemble AT700, but heavier (3U) + more power than your titanium dream.
     
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    OKay thanks
     

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