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    Hi,
    I'm just curious that if anyone had experience of getting their racket repaired from this website: http://racketrepair.com/. I desperately want to repair my AT 700 1st gen, which cracked between 1 and 2 o' clock after using it for 4 months.
    Any feedback would be appreciated.

    thnx

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    better get a new one

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    only if anyone was selling it.

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    Im sure someone have it,but must be expensive

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    The AT700 1st gen is undoubtedly one of the legendary rackets but unfortunately the frame is quite well-known to be fragile, especially if it is strung under high tension. Though I can still find a few sellers around, the price might be more expensive compared to the other hi-end rackets available in the market at the moment due to its rarity. From what I have found so far, they are ranging in between US$250-350 depends on the condition, etc.
    Other "more economical" suggestion is either to get the 2nd gen or the AT700 Premium Edition 2012 which are descendants of the 1st gen and still widely available in the market, of course the price will make more sense... Other members in this forum said, the 1st gen Li Ning N90 is very similar to the AT700 1st gen too but I'm not so sure if it is easy to buy one in Canada.

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