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Thread: Need help buying new racket!
11-08-2006, 03:00 PM #1
Need help buying new racket!
I am looking to buy a new racket, one that appealed to me the most is the Yonex Armortec 150.
I currently have a Canadian Tire Slazenger X-treme match racket, which was alright for starting out, although i've grown out of it, and it isn't worth replacing strings on a 25$ racket.
I consider myself a more defensive player, I make alot of clears, and smashes when I feel I have a good chance.
I've been playing for 2 years now, and just need a new racket.
If anyone knows anything about the Yonex Armortec 150, or has any other suggestions, I would much appreciate it!
11-08-2006, 03:03 PM #2
11-08-2006, 03:25 PM #3
11-08-2006, 04:00 PM #4
Originally Posted by Wong8Egg
11-08-2006, 04:03 PM #5
hard to find comment about at150, at250
11-08-2006, 04:06 PM #6
Yeah, seems not many people have them?
11-09-2006, 03:49 PM #7
Is there anyone else who has any recommendations?
11-09-2006, 05:41 PM #8
I haven;t tried them but like what I always say when it comes to low end Yonexes, it isn't worth the buy. I'm guessing AT 150 is like 100+ dollars. For that, you can get a better quality racket from another company.
Do more research and broaden your sight to include companies such as Winex, Babolat, Carleton, Forza, etc.
11-10-2006, 01:28 PM #9
Originally Posted by manduki
11-14-2006, 08:03 AM #10
personally... the best option is to try out the racquet first before buying...
but hard to find friends using the racquet that we want to try out...
so for me...usually i ask a more experienced player or sales rep from the shop... let them know my requirements...previous racquet which i find comfortable to use...and they will try to recommend the racquet closest to what i want...
and so far, not too bad... maybe i'm not too particular and i get used to the racquet instead as i use them...
colin, probably u can state out your budget first? and from there try to work out the best racquet which suits your budget...
11-22-2006, 10:25 AM #11
i hav at250
been playing for a year using yonex nano8000 but i needed a backup racket so i bought a discounted at250. At250 is dramatically heavier than nano800. Its so stiff and head-heavy i would suggest to use a very repulsive string and decrease your usual string tension. The only great thing about it is that when i started using it my arm and forehand muscle developed more and when i switch back to nano8000 i noticed my smash are more powerful. So its a good training racquet... but not for tournaments. hope this help
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