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So how many racket(s) do you have ?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by juris, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. wasabi323

    wasabi323 New Member

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    1x NS9900 (just got today still need to string, can't wait to try :D)
    1x AT900t (my go to)
    1x AT700 (clone, pretty good quality, can't really tell until you examine it for a while)
    1x MP88
     
  2. NanoBatien

    NanoBatien Regular Member

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    1x D900
    1x Cab 21 Sp (spare)

    Both BG80 at 23lb.
     
  3. Silver Bullet

    Silver Bullet Regular Member

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    1 Arcsaber 10 with BG 80 at 26 lbs [​IMG]
    1 old MP7 with BG 65ti at 26 lbs ( for warmups )

    I'm getting the Nanospeed 9900 soon and will see which I like better [​IMG]
     
  4. thejym

    thejym Regular Member

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    San Diego
    1 Wilson Dynapower 9500 (backup and doubles racket)
    1 Armortec 900 Technique (unstrung) :(
    1 MP-23 (backup for my backup)
     
  5. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    2 AT700 old
    1 AT800 DE
    1 AT800 OF
    1 AT900 P
    1 AT900 T
    1 MP99
    1 MP100
    1 AS7
    1 AS10
    1 TSF300A
    1 TC700 old
    1 教练拍
     
  6. Dreamzz

    Dreamzz Regular Member

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    even if you changed racquets for each game, do you manage to use them all in a single session?

    if not, why do you need to bring so many?
     
  7. Danstevens

    Danstevens Regular Member

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    You never know, you may pop a lot of strings or just find that you're really not enjoying the racket you're currently playing with and need as many options as possible for something to suit your mood. If you have the rackets, I don't see why there is any reason not to take them.
     
  8. what07

    what07 Regular Member

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    2x nano 900 power [whites]
    1x EdgeSaber 10
    1x Nano Tour 9600
    1x AT900P
    1x AT900T
    1x Arc10
    2x Isometric 75MF
     
  9. TechKXL

    TechKXL Regular Member

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    1 x At900P
    1 x Wilson Ncode N3
    1 x Wilson Vision V4

    Sadly I've only got a 3 racket bag, so no more will fit!
    Not that I have any more rackets anyhow, lol!
     
  10. bluecraze07

    bluecraze07 Regular Member

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    Currently:

    SOTX Woven 7i

    I sold all my rackets. Buying a RSL X2 Blue soon.
     
  11. Makunouchi

    Makunouchi Regular Member

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    Currently on my bag

    2 x Arc 10
    1 x NS 9900 (Still adjusting)
     
  12. HKChua

    HKChua Regular Member

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    Woah! That combination suits me well.

    Can I borrow them for a year? :D...
     
  13. Dreamzz

    Dreamzz Regular Member

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    ah, just seems like overkill to me.
    to each his own i guess.
    i normally bring 4 racquets to a 3 hour session, and i've never really broken more than 2 sets of strings in any 3 hour period.
     
  14. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    Well,i have some strung rackets at my place.If i don't bring it,it'll be useless.Also,depends on who i play with,i also choose my racket.Singles,i have 4 preferred racket,and doubles,with those which is good,i have 3 preferred ones,and doubles with those which is not really good,i have 3 preferred ones.So,i have my reason..since i have enough to use,n i won't waste them.
     
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  15. Firedrive

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    2x T-10 1 Generation 2U
    1x Nanospeed 9000x JP 2U
    2x SOTX CirclePower 7000
    1x SOTX Woven 7 aka Sledgehammer
     
  16. janemba001

    janemba001 Regular Member

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    I feel so left out as I only have one racket that I recently got.

    1x Muscle Power 99
     
  17. bluecraze07

    bluecraze07 Regular Member

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    You shouldn't feel left out :) You have a very very good racket.
     
  18. isben

    isben Regular Member

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    2 x Arcsaber 10
    2 x At900P
    1 x Pronex clone of at700ltd
    1 x Apacs nano 7000 power
    1 x Fleet nano control 1383
    1 x Ashaway Trainer
     
  19. janemba001

    janemba001 Regular Member

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    Still haven't played with it but that's what I hear.
     
  20. MaZnFLiP

    MaZnFLiP New Member

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    1 x Apacs Nano 900 Power (Red)
    1 x Yonex Isometric 24vF as my backup racket because I cant afford another one right now because of college tuition, books, etc =\
     

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