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Yonex VT70 vs AT700 1 gen.

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Holmp, Oct 19, 2013.

  1. Holmp

    Holmp Regular Member

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    I just got my hands on a 1 gen AT700 3u, and will compare it to my usual singles racket VT 70 4u. First impressions is that the AT700 is a little more HH and diff in ballancepoint is 2-3 mm. I feels as the AT700 is more a big arm racket and the VT70 is usable with wrist aktion it might be the diff in u3 vs u4.
     
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    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    Aha. And what important thing would you tell us? What is the sense of this thread?
     
  3. Holmp

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    To compare the AT700 with the VT70 like it says in the headline recommendation/comparison. So that if you liked the AT700 you might like the VT70 if it turns out to be about the same.
     
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    Yes, you really should at least compare it with a 3U VT70. You can almost draw the conclusion here beforehand but nevertheless it is worth something to put it down on paper (post it here).
     
  5. ucantseeme

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    This is not a review and don't help much. IMO is a comparison only useful with close rackets, same weight class and same string an tension.
     

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