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    Question Help me choose new racket please

    Hi,

    I am beginner and would like to buy new racket for my needs.

    Kindly help me advice a few rackets.

    I would like to get Medium Stiff and Even Balance type.
    Either 3U or 4U is ok.

    As i am a beginner, my smash are not good and i still learning footwork.
    I am using li-ning HC 1050 for now and i felt it too light.

    Thanks!

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    If you have strong hands, then you can go with heavier rackets. Heavy racket is for power play. Light rackets is more for defensive, singles and control.

    Am coming up with LYD ltd lighter ones soon.

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    Rkep pro6000.

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    Hello,

    Thanks very much for the suggestions.

    Will take a note for Pro6000.

    Will there be anymore choice for me as i can't buy all rackets and need to narrow down to at least 2 to 3 rackets only.

    Thank you all.

    Rgds,

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    BS 12 sounds good for you ... medium stiff and even balance ^^ put it in your list if you like heh

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    RKEP 6000 is a good choice, since it is not that expensive & performed really well. However there are of course several medium stiff & even balance racket from famous brand, but of course higher in price. For example Yonex Arcsaber 7, Victor MX60 or BS12

    Since you stay in Singapore, 2nd hand racket price at Singapore is quite reasonable, do frequently check Buy & sell thread if you are willing to buy 2nd hand racket.

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    Thanks all for your advices. I will note down BS12 and Rkep 6000 which should be ok for me to test.

    Licin, yes i don't mind buying 2nd hand rackets as long as they are good to uses and price are reasonable.

    Thanks for the advice to check buy and sell thread.

    Again, thanks all for help and giving me advices!

    rgds

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    Yes, do consider buying 2nd hand racket, you might be lucky if you find a buyer that desperately wanna sell his racket fast, so they put it at a very affordable price...

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