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    dear all, how would you rate the ns9k type x according to the list above? I am confusing about chosing at700, at800 off and ns9k type x, any recommendation? thanks a lot

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    The NS9k is a head light racket. All of the ones mentioned above are head heavy. Defensively, the ns9k is better than the rest because its easier to manoeuvre due to its head lightness. In terms of power, one has to have a fast swing and good strength to be able to get full power out of the ns9k as it is extra stiff. The same goes for the 900P as well.

    To be fair, I'm not sure what you are looking for, so can you elaborate more? they are all good rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicedbanana07 View Post
    The NS9k is a head light racket. All of the ones mentioned above are head heavy. Defensively, the ns9k is better than the rest because its easier to manoeuvre due to its head lightness. In terms of power, one has to have a fast swing and good strength to be able to get full power out of the ns9k as it is extra stiff. The same goes for the 900P as well.

    To be fair, I'm not sure what you are looking for, so can you elaborate more? they are all good rackets.
    hi Slicedbanana07, thanks for your prompt reply, I have used ns8k and at800de for quite a time, but I think I need a more head heavy racket, which is good for smash as well as single. Now I have chance to trade the at800de for 1 of the above rackets. Then I am confusing, I actually want to try all of them . Since those are 2nd hand rackets, durability is an issue, so far ns9k type x is most durable racket among them (correct if I am wrong). I am an intermediate-advance player, has played badminton for 6 years, I think my wrist is strong enough to handle them.
    Thanks
    edited: I discovered the at800off is G3, then I don't like it, now only at700 3ug4 and ns9ktype x
    Last edited by moonwalker; 06-20-2007 at 10:33 AM.

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    guys!! i already bought armortec 700(new color)!! what is the difference of the old color to the new color in terms of skills?


    moonwalker: but armortec 700 its worth it and its kinda cheaper than ns9000 type x. and armortec 700 is good for singles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicedbanana07 View Post
    The NS9k is a head light racket. All of the ones mentioned above are head heavy. Defensively, the ns9k is better than the rest because its easier to manoeuvre due to its head lightness. In terms of power, one has to have a fast swing and good strength to be able to get full power out of the ns9k as it is extra stiff. The same goes for the 900P as well.

    To be fair, I'm not sure what you are looking for, so can you elaborate more? they are all good rackets.

    yup!they are all good rackets

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    I want to know if anyone has a comparison of the AT700 to the AT900 but specifically both in 4U not 3U?

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    stiffnes fishmilk.

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    is armortec 900 power good for singles??

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    is armortec 700 good also for doubles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marckevin20 View Post
    is armortec 900 power good for singles??
    Id say it should only be used for singles because its stiff and head heavy which makes it hard to move around and get fast shots in doubles. Plus, your arm will get tired =/ In singles, you'll have time to generate the power and shots =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by BennyC View Post
    Id say it should only be used for singles because its stiff and head heavy which makes it hard to move around and get fast shots in doubles. Plus, your arm will get tired =/ In singles, you'll have time to generate the power and shots =]

    ohh,,thanks!but which is good for singles? armortec 700 or 900 poweR?

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    There are no doubles and singles racquets. Everyone has a different style.

    Usually attacking players like heavier racquets while more defensive or technical players like even or lighter racquets.

    Then there are exceptions like Chen Hong with his really light NS8000 and smashes like a monster.

    There are defensive players that want heavier racquets for STABILITY.

    It's all preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmilk View Post
    There are no doubles and singles racquets. Everyone has a different style.

    Usually attacking players like heavier racquets while more defensive or technical players like even or lighter racquets.

    Then there are exceptions like Chen Hong with his really light NS8000 and smashes like a monster.

    There are defensive players that want heavier racquets for STABILITY.

    It's all preference.
    ah..ok thank you fishmilk

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    AT900 might be easier to react with, as it's less head heavy. They're both good for singles though, but AT 900 might be better for doubles.

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    ohh,,thanks athlete!!

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    both good rackets for both...
    AT700 slightly better for single...and AT900P slightly better for double...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marckevin20 View Post
    is armortec 700 good also for doubles?
    I owned at700, at900p and at900t. The technique is the latest to my addition. All are 3u g4.

    IMO at900t is the best for playing doubles. Although the smash is not as powerful as the at700, but it is good enough. Compared to at900t, the at700 is slower for a quick doubles game.

    About the 900p, it is cleary stiffer than the 900t and the sweepspot is also smaller. But the 900p is also faster than the 700 for a doubles play.

    In conclusion, if you could hit the sweepspot often, then I recommend the 900p for doubles. Otherwise, use 900t for doubles.

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