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Thread: Anyone broken an AT-700 yet?
09-16-2003, 07:11 PM #1
Anyone broken an AT-700 yet?
Iwan asked this in a previous post but got no replies. So, has anyone broken an AT-700 yet. So far I haven't heard from anyone what their durability is like, except what we can glean from the recommended tensions being higher than other Yonex 4U racquets.
09-17-2003, 01:04 AM #2
The one of my friend which is a 3U JP version has been broken for sometime.
09-17-2003, 01:32 AM #3
you didn't read my reply in Iwans post?
I had one broken AT700 because of a heavy collision.
I was standing on the left side of the court and my partner on the right side, the shuttle came through the middle so I had my forehand ready..... but my partner had his backhand in mind........... a collision was the result. His AT700 didn't have a scratch! But mine......... oh boy......... cracked at the 2 O'clock spot.
happens when you don't play together to often.......
09-17-2003, 10:35 AM #4
Interesting...So would you both say that despite the fact it snapped, the AT-700 is just as durable as an MP100 or MP99? I mean, were the collisions severe enough to snap almost any top end racquet?
I decided not to buy an Armotec700 because it is only available in 4U in the UK. I was worried that it would be as fragile as the 4U MP88, which, I'm told, is the racquet most frequently returned as faulty to Yonex.
09-17-2003, 03:45 PM #5
I know for sure that the collision I had would have broken any racket!
The only strange thing is that the other AT700 didn't have a scratch! So the durability would be ok I guess.
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