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    Default Armortec 900 power OR Armortec 700 (new colour) which is better overall????

    well i am deiciding to get a new racket and i have been struggling on what one to get Armortec 900 power or At 700... i been reading alot of reviews and people say that the at700 produces alot more power than the 900 power and i don't know if thats true??? So if you guys know anything about these 2 rackets and what one is better please reply..

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    Quote Originally Posted by - duongalex View Post
    well i am deiciding to get a new racket and i have been struggling on what one to get Armortec 900 power or At 700... i been reading alot of reviews and people say that the at700 produces alot more power than the 900 power and i don't know if thats true??? So if you guys know anything about these 2 rackets and what one is better please reply..
    its all based on technique...but the at700 is more head heavy so you might get a bit more power, but like i said...all on technique* =]

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    Armortec 700 ( New Color ) Allllll The Way Dude

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    In the right hands there shouldn't be a huge difference. To me the biggest difference is that the AT700 has a longer and more flexier shaft.

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    scrub the new colour and get the old colour...the new at700 looks nasty

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    If you play doubles, AT900P is better. Both are good for singles. At700 is hard to use cause of its head heaviness. AT900P is hard to use cause of the stiffness.

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    keep in mind though at700 breaks easily, a friend killed one off bad frame hits

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    o really.... that sucks how hard did he hit it though??

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    dude I'm only 14 and you are telling me the AT700 is hard to handle??? Wow, you must have toothpicks for arms or something because it's working fiiiiineee for me. Plus color is only a small factor of a racquet, it depends if you are comfortable and intact with your racquet and also pending on your technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliao View Post
    dude I'm only 14 and you are telling me the AT700 is hard to handle??? Wow, you must have toothpicks for arms or something because it's working fiiiiineee for me. Plus color is only a small factor of a racquet, it depends if you are comfortable and intact with your racquet and also pending on your technique.
    It's harder to handle, but if you work on it, it's easy to handle. It does work fine for me, and I dont' see why you have to make a statement like that. All high end racquets are difficult to use for some reason, and for the AT700, it's because of it's head heaviness.

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    all high end racquets are hard to use for newbies/equipment junkies because they don't have the form and skill yet.

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    All ATs are the same .....but heck, it all comes down to your own techniques

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddex View Post
    All ATs are the same .....but heck, it all comes down to your own techniques
    They're not...stiffness, head heaviness, materials, and frame x-sections are all different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddex View Post
    All ATs are the same .....but heck, it all comes down to your own techniques

    All ATs are not the same, infact they vary by alot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliao View Post
    dude I'm only 14 and you are telling me the AT700 is hard to handle??? Wow, you must have toothpicks for arms or something because it's working fiiiiineee for me. Plus color is only a small factor of a racquet, it depends if you are comfortable and intact with your racquet and also pending on your technique.
    When I started playing badminton in 1977, I used to play badminton for 3 - 4 hours, and all rackets were having wooden frames... And you are right, the AT700 in your hand is toothpick compared to the wooden ones.

    Age is never the problem, is the 'head' that is having the problem...

    Thanks.

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    i think the main problem arises when you have pain all over...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    When I started playing badminton in 1977, I used to play badminton for 3 - 4 hours, and all rackets were having wooden frames... And you are right, the AT700 in your hand is toothpick compared to the wooden ones.

    Age is never the problem, is the 'head' that is having the problem...

    Thanks.
    I actually have a few wooden racquets in my garage. Great for training.

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