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Thread: MMOA strings & products
02-29-2004, 09:10 PM #18
Originally posted by badrad
I bought seven from a friend who went back to Taiwan, so got them real cheap. I had 3 of the MBR107, and mrs. badrad has 4 of the MB 908. Her's are all still intact. I'm a bit more brutal with mine. The one I broke in the shaft I was hitting a backhand, the racquet head nearly took my ear off.
Last year I tried out several packs of the MMOA titanium string. I thought they were horrible, no feel, and were not too durable. They were pretty cheap though, around $4 per pack, but I went through a new set of strings each week.
About the strings, I only try out thier tiantium strings. I get the same conclusion like you.........
12-09-2004, 07:21 AM #19
Originally Posted by huijun
12-13-2004, 03:38 AM #20
I have the mbr-300. Been with me for a year, so far still intact. Pretty decent racket. med flex leaning towards stiff. About 85 gms when new without strings. Putting on ashaway grips I get a very slighty head heavy racket.
12-13-2004, 07:29 PM #21
Am currently using sotx woven 7, just recently I came upon the kevlar 9000. Am thinking of buying this as a spare racket but cant find any review about this. I am impressed about its construction and its finish. Seems like a good racket but then again looks can be decieving It claims that it is woven with hm graphite and kevlar. What do you think????
12-22-2004, 12:23 AM #22
i have a sotx 7 88 garms and 292 bal.pt, i bought a mmoa kevlar power 9000 86 grams and 287 bal.pt. its easier i mean lighter to use( dont know if the 2 grams weight difference is noticeable) but its kinda more flexible than my woven 7, power is almost the same but maybe the woven 7 comes out as the winner in this category, but the woven 7 is more for a smasher kind of player i think, and the mmoa is for an all around player.
12-23-2004, 09:04 AM #23
I also own a woven 7(89.5 g) and I do like it very much. However I need a back up racket just in case strings break. Thank you for that feedback.
12-23-2004, 08:41 PM #24
I bought an MMOA Adampower MBR508 racket from Bowring St, HK two weeks ago.
Widebody, isometric head and long.
Light but packs enough power.
Strung mine with BG66 at 24 lbs.
Very comfortable racket to use.
Feels effortless to swing it around.
Highly recommended for social players.
10-02-2005, 08:42 PM #25
Originally Posted by bluejeff
10-10-2005, 12:21 AM #26
all of their merchandise looks pretty nice, i wanna try some of them out .
alothough i do beleive their shoes and some of their racquets are clones of yonexes. like theres 4 racquets that look like AT700, 500, 800OF, and 800DE...
10-10-2005, 10:27 AM #27
I've played with a fews of MMOA Shuttles:
Ultra Select: very good flight and probably the most durable shuttle I've hit. When the shuttle even goes, save it for practice, even with feathers gone, the shuttle still flies well enough for practice. A surprisingly good shuttle.
Super Select: similar to the Ultra Select but probably just a bit less durable and flight a tad bit less true. At $12/tube, it's the best shuttle I've hit for the money. Picked them up at www.waynesport.com and plan to go there today to get some more.
Select: currently using. Good flight, good durability. The feathers are noticeably thinner than the US and SS which are very thick but the durability is good. Speed seems a bit slower than the US and SS but it maybe due to the radical weather here in SoCal.
Overall, MMOA shuttles are excellent. Two thumbs up!
10-10-2005, 11:43 AM #28
04-06-2007, 12:02 PM #29
I finally found a thread on MMOA rackets. I'm quite interested in them. would anyone know any information of the rackets badminton shop online has? http://http://www.badmintonshoponlin...php?cPath=1_17 . any information would be greatly appreciated
05-13-2007, 06:52 PM #30
Originally Posted by david07
05-13-2007, 08:25 PM #31
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