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08-29-2004, 10:39 PM #1
which rackets is the best forever?
Post your favorite racket now~!
08-29-2004, 10:49 PM #2Originally Posted by fc8697syp
08-29-2004, 10:53 PM #3
i am using yonex Ti6 right now. And i want to buy Ti10. Is that a good choice?
i notice that Ti10's head is quite heavy. Is that can increase the power when you hit the shuttlecock?
08-30-2004, 11:08 AM #4Originally Posted by fc8697syp
08-30-2004, 11:08 AM #5
Mine would include anti paint scratching technology with constnt tension string that never loosened, 100% sweet spot would also not go unappreciated
Originally Posted by cooler
08-30-2004, 11:14 AM #6
There is no such thing as forever. If there is, then it must be one that can recreate itself to form any type of racquet at your command.
08-30-2004, 11:45 AM #7
The best racquet is the one that by using it I can jump from level Z to level A. Probably I can only find this racquet in my dream.
08-30-2004, 08:41 PM #8
Best Racquet for me so far: Fly Swatter
08-30-2004, 09:16 PM #9Originally Posted by bluejeff
All these while being as durable as a diamond.
09-02-2004, 01:43 PM #10
well, not forever but so far? Ti-10 definitely
09-02-2004, 02:04 PM #11Originally Posted by holyspacemonkey
09-02-2004, 10:58 PM #12Originally Posted by R20190
I like both my Cab21 and Ti-10 but in my case I prefer the cab21 slightly more.
09-03-2004, 06:00 AM #13
Maybe is a bit of topic ..
but someone can tell me wich is the best raket between Mp99 and Mp100 .. because i wanna buy a yonex raket but i don't know wich is the best .. =)
09-03-2004, 06:08 AM #14
I would rather have a shuttle that lasts forever. However, I think the racquet that's "best forever" is the one that gave me my most memorable victory. That event hasn't come to pass yet, so I am still waiting for my 'best' racquet.
09-08-2004, 09:53 PM #15Originally Posted by Syaoran_Style
They finally picked AT700 and AT800 for serious use(i.e. competition). I was told that the control, speed and "hitting feeling" are superior.
09-08-2004, 10:15 PM #16Originally Posted by fc8697syp
My son's coach and the coach's friend had used Ti-10 for more than 3 years for every day teaching and playing untill my son bought AT700. I can share their experiences with you:
1 It took time to adjust to AT's feel.
2 The coach and friends broke a pair of AT800 during the first week of buying when playing double(clash). Even though expensive, they replaced and bought extra AT.
3 I was told that AT is:
a) more stable and faster than Ti10
b) powerful enough for most players
c) easy to break when clash
d) AT is also head heavy, but not as heavy as Ti-10
4 The coach, had been playing with a group of friends, thanked me for buying the AT700 for my son such that he could try the AT very seriously and by switching from Ti-10 to AT, he really scored more than before when played with the same group of people.
5 Before I forget to introduce, the coach is a die-heart mainland chinese style person who believes in techniques and look down upon weapons. Now he is waiting to try Nano.
09-08-2004, 10:49 PM #17
My response to some of your points above:
1. It takes time to adjust to any racquet, just in the matter of the length of time.
a. I wouldn't say that.
c. I think both AT and Ti are pretty much the same
d. Wrong, you need to check with the specs. For example, AT700's balance point is far beyond the Ti-10. AT700 is much more head heavy than Ti10.
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