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    Default Does anyone own Victor Magan ATB 6000 And Karakal SL-70 Racquets?

    Do they? If yes i want to know wich one is better for defensive//offensive.

    Ive tested the SL70 and found it had great net control, also good for geting smashes.

    IMO, The Magan ATB would be more of a hard shot from the back of the court cause of the bridge makes it nearly impossible to net play.

    But im no expert in this, please help me out, thx.

    here is the magan atb 6000 btw

    http://www.badmintonwarehouse.com/s....it.A/id.204/.f
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    whats up with the bridge, i could be wrong from the look it'll surely add more 'weight' to the head by a wide margin. ie. heavier than the current head heavy rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carimari
    whats up with the bridge, i could be wrong from the look it'll surely add more 'weight' to the head by a wide margin. ie. heavier than the current head heavy rackets.
    The racquet is actually 85gms

    It is a anti-torsion bridge that stops torsion completely due to basic "mechanical-laws". Strings going through the bridge enhancing the precision and control, but also the trampoline effect (no vibration) and power as well as a so far never really achieved "vibrationdamping" in badminton sport. The hit sounds deep and clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade
    The racquet is actually 85gms

    It is a anti-torsion bridge that stops torsion completely due to basic "mechanical-laws". Strings going through the bridge enhancing the precision and control, but also the trampoline effect (no vibration) and power as well as a so far never really achieved "vibrationdamping" in badminton sport. The hit sounds deep and clear.
    Anyone? Magan ATB has Ashaway String Micro power...is this good? ive heard of ASHAway but dont know ...

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