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    Default Need New Raquet, but which one?

    Hello Everyone,

    I am hoping to get some advice as to what racket I should buy that will be close to the one that I currently have. I have had my raquet for about 6 years now (played throughout high-school, tournament and college) and it is a Iso-Metric 300. Haven't been playing for about 1 a year and looking to play again.

    I am Looking for a well rounded racket for a singles player. The reason I like the Iso-Metric 300 over the 800 is because it is a bit heavier which give you a bit more control. Just looking for any suggestion and any brand. oh and trying to keep under $100.00 US.

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    Default Suggestion, Kason.

    Have you thought of trying a new brand? Kason.

    Depending on your level of play, are you A, B, C, or Beginner?

    I'm a A player, to compete at A level, it's all about speed. If you get to your shots quicker, your opponents have to keep up.

    I recently switched from Yonex to Kason and I just love the Kason Carvel U3 & U4 rackets. These rackets are so light and quick, I get to my shots earlier. I've been able to raise my game with a quicker return. Anyways, just a suggestion.

    Just in case you want to know, my Yonex rackets are bench warmers now...collecting dust....

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    Thankx for the reply, I'll look into them.. U got a question or anything on it? How much do they range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    Have you thought of trying a new brand? Kason.

    Depending on your level of play, are you A, B, C, or Beginner?

    I'm a A player, to compete at A level, it's all about speed. If you get to your shots quicker, your opponents have to keep up.

    I recently switched from Yonex to Kason and I just love the Kason Carvel U3 & U4 rackets. These rackets are so light and quick, I get to my shots earlier. I've been able to raise my game with a quicker return. Anyways, just a suggestion.

    Just in case you want to know, my Yonex rackets are bench warmers now...collecting dust....
    im very uninformed... whats the diff between A, B, C and beginner? (sorry if im being stupid haha)

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    Default $50.00 Kason

    Kason rackets are very affordable (unlike Yonex), $50-$80 will get you a very good racket for intermediate level. My Kason Carvel U3 costed me $50.00 and worth every penny. Search the web for Kason Badminton and see which shop has the best deal.



    Quote Originally Posted by Greasemonkey
    Thankx for the reply, I'll look into them.. U got a question or anything on it? How much do they range?

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