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Which Yonex similar to Carlton Aero Speed 29

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by wakloo69, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. wakloo69

    wakloo69 Regular Member

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    I m yonex fan but since my MP 77 was broken it no longer yonex racket in my hand now. Currently, i use carlton as29, rsl laser 6800, prince xp pro ti 86, pro ace TB 3, rsl M5 energy ti 5180, apacs nano555 speed. I find that carlton AS29 is the best no 1 racket that suit me. Here the info about the racket

    Carlton AS 29
    87 g
    3U/3 1/4...G?
    even balance
    max string 28lbs

    I really really miss "my love" yonex to hold in my hand again. Anyone here can give me the yonex that similar as carlton AS29? Your help is really appreciated. TQ.
     
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    Mp-99 is the same in everyway except price
     
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    aaronyim Regular Member

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    My NS900X is a peice of ****, the frame bent when i was playing a doubles game
    what can you do with a bent frame
     
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    Was that the same NS9k that you strung to 45lbs??

    and in response to wakloo69's question, im not really sure anything in the yonex range can come close to a Carlton...you could try a Cab 30 MS, its also 3u, oval headed, near even balance and can take stringing to 28lbs
     
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    What's that supposed to mean? Are you insinuating that Carlton is an overall better brand than Yonex?
     
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    "Are you insinuating that Carlton is an overall better brand than Yonex?"

    No I most definitely am not. What I meant was that nothing in the Yonex line has the same characteristics or "feel" as any carlton racquet.
     
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    Ok, just wanted to know. I'm not really familiar with Carlton. I've only used the high durability p.e. Carlton. It's pretty heavy.
     
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    No problem, im a fan of both carlton and yonex racquets, and i only speak from my personal experiences with carltons that you cant find a similar model =) And yeah, those p.e carltons do weigh a ton, but hey...theyre not bad for training XD
     

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