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Should i buy Yonex AT-900T,or wait for the next generation of Yonex AT-900T

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by DareToSmash, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. DareToSmash

    DareToSmash Regular Member

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    Should i buy the Yonex AT-900T or should i wait for the next generation of it as i hope that yonex would manufacture it in a different colour.:confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
     
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    It is unlikely they will release a new colour scheme soon. Just buy it now and enjoy it.
     
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    A new colour... i think the white and red really fits at900t so well... not too much power but only sharp shoots
     
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    if you always think like that, you'll never ever buy a new racquet :p
     
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    Exactly.Go for what u've desired for already,before it's out of stock.
     
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    This depends on a lot of factors primarily playing style. If the current at900t is what you want, get it. All the at rackets so far are pretty unique, so the next in the series will prob be unique as well. Besides I think the at900t has one of the best paint jobs of the majority rackets on the market.
     
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    be different and get a JP coded version or buy a mizuno!
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    JP is too common already.Try national teams rackets,like 3 holes on the bottom of IP,KP,CP,etc,or any european countries coded.That's what i call rare.
     
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    Yonex doesn't usually make new colour for the top end racquets of a series....like MP99/100, NS9000, AT800, ISOTISP, ISO900, only exception was Ti series, but they made the new Ti-10 a completely different racquet.
     
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    So,how was it compared to the 1st,2nd,3rd gen of ti10?I haven't string my 3rd gen yet,so don't know how different it is.
     
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    I'm not sure how different it is, but different members will agree that the old ti-10 and it's newer versions aren't the same racquets.
     

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