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    Default Prince Bolt vs. Gosen Aermet 3400 vs. 2400 vs. Yonex Ti7 Light

    Hey guys! My friend narrowed it down to these rackets which he will buy. He has already played with my Prince Triple Threat Bolt and he got the most power out of it than any other racket he tried. He hasn't tried the Gosen Roots Gavun Aermet 3400, 2400 and the Ti7 Light. Which would you recommend? My friend is an all-around type and plays doubles. His criteria would be great playability, he's also looking to add more power into his game (currently likes the prince bolt since thats the only one he tried but is willing to buy the others if they are better than the bolt), and the racket has to be durable and should survive the clashes common for doubles.

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    He can't try the Gosen and Yonex rackets since no one has those rackets here in our place so he'll be relying on the recommendations.

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    BTT! Cmon guys!

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    i will be off topic, but i would just like to know what type of prince bolt you have, the one with the y-joint or the one with the "isometric" shaped head?

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    I have the new one with the iso/squarespot headshape.

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    BTT! Anyone?

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    Honestly it is hard to recommend a racquet that most people have not played with. I very much doubt people have played with most of those racquets so it's difficult to make a recommendation.

    The only thing I can say is that I've prefered Gosen racquets over Prince and Yonex racquets in general.

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    Default I think the Y joint is more powerful than the Iso shape

    Quote Originally Posted by marky mark
    i will be off topic, but i would just like to know what type of prince bolt you have, the one with the y-joint or the one with the "isometric" shaped head?
    I own An Isometric Shaped head!!.. in my observation prince bolt has the superb Control and Power than any other Racquets ive used (RSL, FLEET, YONEX)..

    Onced i used Prince Scream Y joint. Quite Powerful than Isometric Shape!!!

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