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US coded racket

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by mcsfgiants, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. mcsfgiants

    mcsfgiants Regular Member

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    hello everyone, i'm wondering if an US coded racket is less durable or lack playability comparing to other country coded rackets?
     
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    druss Regular Member

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    They should be the same but... I know that for at least the AT900T/P Yonex USA only brought in the 4U weight so in that regard they would be slightly less durable than the 3U available elsewhere.
     
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    Well for USA, they tend to bring in 4U versions of a racket if it is available in that weight, instead of bringing in 3U which would be the popular one. That does not mean 4U's do not exist in other country codes since there is, like Japan for instance for some rackets.

    The quality of rackets is the same.
     

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