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Yonex Basic Series Models

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by GRObFURSt, Jun 24, 2002.

  1. GRObFURSt

    GRObFURSt Regular Member

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    What does every know about these. I know that they are really cheap. Even though I would only use them because I wouldnt risk breaking my racket in a social hit I dont think I would bother buying one. But what do ou know about them ..?
     
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    GRObFURSt Regular Member

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    Ayl, In t24 I saw a basic series racket for $69 ! and I saw the same one in I think it was in k-mart for only $30. Ill find out what models they are.
     
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    acutally when I think about it I think it was an INSOMETRIC 20 that I saw in t24 and it was B-560 and a B-460 I saw in the shop. You can veiw these onhttp://www.yonex.com/new-yonex01/badminton/y_b_racquets.htm#
     
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    I have them!

    my first ever raquet was a Yonex B-460!
    I love it, pretty much indestructable I'd say!
    steel shaft steel frame, I could swing it around like crazy and not worry about clashing or anything! haha~ :D
    (I think it's also the heaviest raquet available... :eek: )
    and only cost me NZ$20 (I think, got it in 2002) which is less than US$15
    too bad the string broke a couple of months ago... :(
    so I started using my sister's first raquet, the B-560DF, haha
    felt so much lighter than mine! (although I think after using the B-460 ANYTHING would feel lighter!)
    and it's steel shaft aluminium frame, so I still use it like I did my old B-460... too bad the 'heaviness' isn't there though :( I loved the heavy feeling, like I was swinging a sledge-hammer around :D
     

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