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So how many racket(s) do you have ?

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

  1. Gemcat

    Gemcat Regular Member

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    Most recently, got six....
    Sotx and Gosen will be added in my playlist soon enough...

    All Yonex:
    Muscle Power 22 Light
    Armortec 900 Technique
    Nanospeed 8000
    Nanospeed 9900
    Arcsaber 10 X 2
     
  2. DonnyGan

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    4.

    Yonex Arc10
    Yonex At900T
    Yonex NS9900
    Zelm Powerplay 9990
     
  3. Sasho

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    SOTX D-600 (singles for hard smashing);
    Talbot Torro 311 Iso Lite (4U even balanced mid stiff 665mm tactical racket for doubles);
    NoName SuperCarbon 3.0 (1U graphite and alominium racket for training).

    It may looks like I have all the rackets I need, but... I don't know, I am a bit tempted by the Karakal SL-80... Looking for an oval racket anyway...
     
  4. trickflick

    trickflick Regular Member

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    well, in golf there's a different club for each type of swing/shot but in badminton there are not :(:eek::D
     
  5. issarakaya

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    update....now 19 and counting :D

    Yonex Ti-10 1 gen IP
    Yonex Ti-10 2 gen SP
    Yonex Ti-10 3 gen IP
    Yonex Arcsaber 10 JP
    Yonex Nanospeed 9000S SP
    Yonex Nanospeed 9900 JP
    Yonex Armortec 900 Technique IP x3
    Yonex Armortec 900 Power IP
    Yonex Arnortec 700 1 gen IP x2
    Mizuno Tetracross 700 2 gen x2
    Carlton Airblade 33
    Apacs Nanotec 700 limited
    SOTX D600
    SOTX Woven 7
    Victor Brave Sword 08

    So many in my room but only Mizuno TC700 and Victor BS08 standby in my bag :D
     
  6. HDoan

    HDoan Regular Member

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    4, in order of most favorite to least.
    1) Armortec 900 Power (<3)
    2) Arcsaber 10
    3) Armortec 150
    4) Carbonex 8400
     
  7. hyper_power111

    hyper_power111 Regular Member

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    I have:
    1) 3 x Ti-10 (2U) 1st gen SP
    2) 1 x Ti-10 (2U) 1st gen TW
    3) 1 x Ti-10 (3U) 2nd gen SP
    4) 2 x AT700 (old color) IP
    5) 1 x AT900T TW
    6) 1 x Carbonex 21 2U (old color) SP
    7) 1 x Carbonex 21 2U (old color) IP
    8) 1 x Carbonex 30MS 2U
    9) 1 x Carbonex 25 2U (new color) SP
    10) 1 x Nanospeed 9900 3U

    I'm planning to buy Nanospeed 9900 JP 2U and NS8000 JP (old color) 2U
     
  8. Reliez

    Reliez Regular Member

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    Got a few actually :rolleyes:
    1X Armortec 900 T 4U
    1X Musclepower 21 (green) 2U
    1X Musclepower 22 LT 3U
    1X Nanospeed 9900 3U
    1X Arcsaber 7
    1X Musclepower 99
    1X Yonex B-460 1U

    Most of them I lend out to my friends, so it's virtually their rackets, haha. :rolleyes:
     
  9. alana07

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    currently i have :
    at600 sp 4u
    at700ltd th 4u
    at700 (old) ip 3u
    at900t sp 3u
    mp99 sp 3u
    gosen 6900 boonsak
    karakal tattoo mtec 80
     
  10. 71Dragtruck

    71Dragtruck Regular Member

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    Here's my stock, at least the ones I feel worth listing or putting in my bag.

    Arc10
    AT900P
    AT700 Limited
    NS9900
    NS7000
    NS500
     
  11. Tsumaranai

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    Very nice collection. I wish I had so many Ti-10s. :cool:
     
  12. molex

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    It took me a few days of on-off surfing (5 minutes every now and then) to get through this 15 pages of lists, because I was really curious to know what rackets other people are using... and, wow!

    Quite an extensive inventory, featuring all sorts of brands... but surprisingly, barely any Ashaways. Is there any specific reason for this? I'm wondering because I only have 1 racket, and it's an Ashaway Superlight 79. (shows that I'm quite the newbie!)

    Anyway, I for one don't see the surprising/strange thing about owning lots of rackets. People collect all sorts of things for all sorts of reasons, and using them regularly in play shouldn't be the only justifiable reason for owning a racket. (think jewellery, watches, books, sneakers, stamps, even cars....) :D

    I think its a human trait to collect lots of stuff that they like around them!

    (btw - this is my first post. hello to all!)
     
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    :D and it is a post I agree with.

    Although as you can see from the posts , people if they sold all their rackets - could probably buy a car :p.

    Badminton is a passion , and a hobby :).

    Anyway welcome to the forum molex.
     
  14. trickflick

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    i guess that's what it comes down to..
    since i've only played less than a year so far i only have two racquets
    everytime i get a third racquet, i sell the worse of my antecedent racquets

    im a simple guy i guess
    i get a massive headache everytime i have to choose between two racquets to use
    for now it's one primary, and one spare

    maybe i'll get more in the future
     
  15. Terraglow

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    now i have

    MP27
    Ti-1
    AT800DE-fake
    Cab8
    MP99
    wilson V-tech 85
    Prince Triple Threat Oversize PREMIER
    Arc10 ( broken ):crying::crying::crying:
     
  16. aramistuscany

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    All Yonex:

    Nanospeed 9900 2UG4 JP
    Nanospeed 9900 3UG4 SP
    ArcSaber 10 3UG5 SP
    Armortec 700 Limited 3UG4 SP
    Armortec 900 Power 3UG4 SP
    Ti 10 Long 2nd Gen 3UG5 SP
    Ti 10 Long 3rd Gen 3UG5 SP
     
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    woah, that's hardcore, and all of them are so different.

     
  18. cheemou21

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    I have EIGHT :D:D:D

    1) Proace Sweetspot 1000 x 3 (my favourite ) :):):)
    2) Yonex Arcsaber 7
    3) Yonex Carbonex 21sp
    4) Yonex MusclePower 88
    5) Yonex Armortec 900 Power
    6) Yonex Nanospeed 9900
     
  19. phamd124

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    Depending on how your Arc10 broke, and if it was real, and if it wasn't because of stringing problems, I think you can get it replaced with warranty.
     
  20. hduong

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    MP30
    AS7
    AT500
    Head Metallix 4000 - Just got this restrung with BG80 at 25lb. Can't wait to try it out. I really like it even with the factory strings at ~21lbs.\

    I think 3 is the most you would need. How many strings could you break in a day?
     

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