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Yonex BG65 or Wilson BS reaction 70 Carlton Iso Blade pro

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by karanoberai, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. karanoberai

    karanoberai Regular Member

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    Hi there,

    I am thinking of regutting my raquet at about 26lbs, I am using a cartlon iso blade raquet which states it can go upto 28lbs,
    Would 26lbs be good for me as I am an intermediate player and like to smash
    I am also thinking of using the Wilson BS reaction 70 string for this,
    Any ideas/opinions on this?

    Thanks
    Karan
     
  2. Sgbad

    Sgbad Regular Member

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    I would go for yonex bg65 though i have never tried the wilson string. By the way, whats the price difference between those strings in your area. If it is much cheaper, then it is worth a try. IMO, you wont go wrong with bg65.:)
     
  3. karanoberai

    karanoberai Regular Member

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    its almost the same, the BG65Ti costs 18$, Wilson 70 20£ and they have ashway ML XL for 22£, these are inclusive of stringing costs,
     
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    I would definitely go for bg65ti if this is the case.:D
     
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    karanoberai Regular Member

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    it looks to be more popular and can stick upto 26lbs as well, although I dont know abt the carlton raquet itself,
     
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    well 26lbs is not low. you could try GOSEN 70
    I think it is a little better than YYBG65 in elasticity
     

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