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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    sweet, i will try that out!!!
    if you tried it, give some review....:-)

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    Now I'm torn btw AT700 and C7

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    Do you play singles or doubles? AT700 is head heavier and might not be fast enough for doubles. Very powerful for singles though. C7 is more maneuverable and is better suited for doubles.

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    I would recommend the Voltric 5, Voltric 7, and Voltric 70. They are all medium flex according to the Yonex catalogue. Out of the three rackets the Voltric 5 is most head heavy, then Voltric 70 and then Voltric 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    Now I'm torn btw AT700 and C7
    AT 700 is considered extra stiff according to the Yonex catalogue. C7 should be closer to medium stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    sweet, i will try that out!!!
    Armortec 600 is also flexible and head heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pootisfoib View Post
    I would recommend the Voltric 5, Voltric 7, and Voltric 70. They are all medium flex according to the Yonex catalogue. Out of the three rackets the Voltric 5 is most head heavy, then Voltric 70 and then Voltric 7.
    VT70 is not medium flex imo....
    i feel like it's between medium and stiff....

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    I play doubles more.... Thanks all for the feedback. Really helps! Armortec 600? Need to look them up abit

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    Quote Originally Posted by pootisfoib View Post
    AT 700 is considered extra stiff according to the Yonex catalogue. C7 should be closer to medium stiff.
    AT700 does not feel extra stiff, more towards mid stiff to stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    I play doubles more.... Thanks all for the feedback. Really helps! Armortec 600? Need to look them up abit
    In that case, either a 4U AT700 or a C7 would better cater to your needs

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    I see.... I think I shall stick to trying the C7 first. After reading that the AT600 BP is 285 - 295, it is not head heavy enough for me. I am using a MX60 now and has a BP around 298. I wish I get a flexible racquet with BP more than 300.. which a C7 can offer

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    maybe AT600 and VT60 is for the beginners who wants to try head heavy racket....
    so yonex made it just slightly head heavy and flexible shaft....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnersfan View Post
    maybe AT600 and VT60 is for the beginners who wants to try head heavy racket....so yonex made it just slightly head heavy and flexible shaft....
    But there are also lower end AT and VT for beginners to try which have a flexible shaft.

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    Anyone knows what is the cheapest price around KL for Kason C7?

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    U can try elin collection. Last i asked is rm450 n comes with a racket cover, string and grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    But there are also lower end AT and VT for beginners to try which have a flexible shaft.
    just joking....
    maybe just want to give people more power or people who has a weak arm.....
    usually beginners who have wear arm or doesnt have good technique to hit the shuttle......
    so, flexible shaft and head heavy will help them to give more power....
    just my opinion....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnersfan View Post
    just joking....maybe just want to give people more power or people who has a weak arm.....usually beginners who have wear arm or doesnt have good technique to hit the shuttle......so, flexible shaft and head heavy will help them to give more power....just my opinion....
    Hehe, I absolutely agree that a flexible shaft would help a beginner create better power. But hmm.... Yonex high ends are designed for advanced and intermediates aren't they? That's why they create Taiwan Made Voltrics and Armortecs for beginners. Haha.

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