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    Hey....ok la...
    im kinda low budget...but may i know how much is at700 and at 900???
    I thought AT900 got 2 type right???
    Power and technique....

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    Yeah. I was referring to the technique in my previous post.

    Price rnages from different models. You get JP coded, SP coded etc, and they all have an influence on price. You get different prices from different shops from different countries. The at700 will be slightly cheaper than the 900 series. Both the 9000P and 900T cost the same.

    Not sure about Asia where most people buy, but in the UK, a brand new , made in japan Uk coded at900P/T will cost Ģ120, while the 700 will be around Ģ100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stork View Post
    everything said here. 900t is power and control.
    ahh,, thanks stork

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    None of them.. YOU have the power, and YOU have the control !! The best of them is the one that transfer most of YOUR power, and control to the shuttle!!!

    /T
    ohh,, thanks twobeer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicedbanana07 View Post
    "very true, but a suitable racquet makes that transfer a little bit easier."

    Of course, and we are suggesting the 900T. If you have the money, go for a 900T then a at700. Why not have 2 rackets, 900T for doubles and 700 for singles. But if i were to choose one, it'll be the 900T, purely because of the balance. Don't be fooled to think that the 700 has a lot more power than the technique therefore the technique is a weak racket. It's not, the 900T can smash hard (if you are really strong - then you can smash harder). But for those who seek ultimate smashing pleasure, the at700 is probably the way to go, but with this racket you'll haver to sacrifice some control. Now with this, its similar to the technique, the control will still be there (referring to the racket), but with your skill, you can bring it up to par with the 900T.

    The racket is there as a tool. It gives you different levels of control and power etc. Your skill and strength as a player is what makes the reacket better. If you are a player of finesse and control, a racket like the 700, whose basic spec is that control is ok, would be soo much better (control that is) when used by you because of your skill alone.

    Example - look at pro's Lin Dan, Peter Gade whom both use and love the at700. On paper its all about power with slightly less control. But, they can control it justb as well as any other racket on the market, even rackets that are targeted more towards control.

    Look at Taufik, he has the hardest smash in singles. I'm sure he can hit just as fast with a 900 technique than an at700.

    Anyway, if you are an average/ intermediate player, which racket you get does not really matter because you want notice too much change in performance levels. If you are a good player, get the racket that is more suited to your style. Your skills alone should more than compensate for the "lack of" in the racket.
    slicedbanana!! lotsa thanks!! i want to smash, so what racket? i use armortec 900 power and the shaft is kinda extra stiff so i want just like the power of armortec 900 power but the shaft is a little bit less stiffer.

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    which is lighter? armortec 700 or armortec 900 technique

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    Quote Originally Posted by marckevin20 View Post
    slicedbanana!! lotsa thanks!! i want to smash, so what racket? i use armortec 900 power and the shaft is kinda extra stiff so i want just like the power of armortec 900 power but the shaft is a little bit less stiffer.
    That has to be a at700 then. 700 has a relatively flexy shaft even though it says its stiff. Has a bigger sweetspot. Head heavy, and can hit pretty hard.

    As for which is lighter, it depends which weight category u choose.

    AT900's can come in 3U or 4U. The at700 comes in 3U. If you look at the cone of your 900P, and like the weight, then go for the same with the 700.

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    agree with slicedbanana, from your last postings i would recommend at700. the at900technique feels a little lighter compared to at700 and swings faster (balancepoint and aeroshape).

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    AT900-P and AT700 are not perfectly interchangable. Change from AT700 to 900-P will have some problem at timing/ position / wrist usage. However, I think it worth the effort to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicedbanana07 View Post
    That has to be a at700 then. 700 has a relatively flexy shaft even though it says its stiff. Has a bigger sweetspot. Head heavy, and can hit pretty hard.

    As for which is lighter, it depends which weight category u choose.

    AT900's can come in 3U or 4U. The at700 comes in 3U. If you look at the cone of your 900P, and like the weight, then go for the same with the 700.

    oh,,thanks!i should go for armortec 700. but it's head frame is not that durable than armortec900's right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stork View Post
    agree with slicedbanana, from your last postings i would recommend at700. the at900technique feels a little lighter compared to at700 and swings faster (balancepoint and aeroshape).
    oh. thanks stork!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foo.tw View Post
    AT900-P and AT700 are not perfectly interchangable. Change from AT700 to 900-P will have some problem at timing/ position / wrist usage. However, I think it worth the effort to change.

    ohh,, so what racket? i want a lesser stiff than armortec 900 power and has the power to smash.

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    and oh, i forgot i use armortec 900 power and 9900 nanopower!

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    They say AT700, and i agree with them. If u have AT900P then why try to adept to it?

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    "ohh,, so what racket? i want a lesser stiff than armortec 900 power and has the power to smash."

    if thatīs what you really want, take at700. i donīt see any problems with frame-durability from my experience. mine are strung 26x28

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Silver- View Post
    They say AT700, and i agree with them. If u have AT900P then why try to adept to it?
    yeah.you're right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stork View Post
    "ohh,, so what racket? i want a lesser stiff than armortec 900 power and has the power to smash."

    if thatīs what you really want, take at700. i donīt see any problems with frame-durability from my experience. mine are strung 26x28
    ohh,, ok Stork..

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