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Thread: HART racket series
04-15-2008, 08:29 AM #18
the seller recomended me storm 7000.i think the feeling is good and quite light.
04-15-2008, 09:14 AM #19
Thanks for info.^^;; but JB is too far from here, KL.^^ and new Hart Series are coming soon, so I'm looking for new series.^^
04-16-2008, 05:37 AM #20
04-16-2008, 10:14 PM #21
I have about 7 Hart rackets. haha... and I'm looking to buy more powerful one.^^
04-17-2008, 09:21 AM #22
04-17-2008, 10:02 AM #23
Bomber, it's new model. It'll come out soon.^^ haha.. Actually, I'm very close with Hart distributer.
04-19-2008, 08:47 PM #24
04-20-2008, 01:09 AM #25
05-17-2008, 09:24 PM #26
Hmm, HART brand. Yup, in Racquet World Pertama Complex KL, the HART racquets range are quite popular and I've seen 5: 1 ratio of HART to Yonex racquets in-queue for stringing. By the way I bought myself the last stock of ARC SABER 10, 3UG5 for that mth April. a total of 10 in stock "Arc Saber 10" sold out within 3 weeks in Racq World! One of the seller Bro. Lan told me that HART is the next brand popular among the KLlites after Yonex that is.
However, the way I see it, there are much similiarities among RSL racquets and HART racquets, it seems the technology of the racquets are also the same! The sell guy added that HART is made of Japan whereby RSL is made in China? Is it true? Well one other thing though, I hardly can find the HART racquets/product corporate website, any forumer are able to find their wsite??
05-17-2008, 09:27 PM #27
By the way, apart from my new acquired SABER. I also got RSL MATRIX NANO LIGHT 76 (weight 78 - 80 gram) with R6 technology, Oversize ISO Frame+ Inside Wave) surprisingly similar to one of the model HART racquet that I saw that day.Only that the latter is much cheaper !
05-18-2008, 08:54 AM #28
Hasrul, you are CORRECT about comparing RSL TECH and Hart TECH. The reason they are so similiar is that HART does OEM for RSL, WILSON, Babolat, n few other racket brands. Their focus is not to promote themselves but do OEM for other racket brands.
Tamper Shaft was created from Hart so Astec, RSL, Toalson have that technology in their rackets. Tennis pattern in Badminton racket was created by Hart, and Babolat use that pattern.
They don't have website cause they don't need. Their reputation for makin rackets are really good so that many big league badminton companies are willing make their rackets from Hart.
I'm telling you truth. Believe it or not^^
05-20-2008, 08:44 PM #29
it`s HART it is..
been pondering to get W ktour, victor..RSL....well seems HART is a good choice for hi quality with low budget $..
comparing to all the hypes of Yonex n other hi end price..
07-05-2008, 08:34 PM #30
Yeah. It seems that way though!. Heard that there is another brand; Fleet also good FLEET KEVLAR (A Head Heavy?). Well any HART racquet that tend to be HeadHeavy Racquet? Heard any model?
07-10-2008, 01:55 PM #31
I'd love to share some pics of my two Hart rackets, both are bought in Jakarta, my hometown.
The first one is Hart PowerShoot Pro Offensive, it's quite a cheap racket for beginner, but combined with Yonex Nanogy BG 95, the smashing performance is quite surprisingly good, plenty of power out of a 4U unit, especially since the racket is rather flexible, even strung at 24*26 lbs, the repulsion and explosiveness are there, though i'm just a low intermediate player and my strength isn't great. The price is just 12 US$, the price of the string and grip is around 60% of the racket value, LOL.
The second one is Hart Infinite Nano Offensive 76, now we're talking about REAL racket stuff here. Priced @69 US$, it's basically the same model compared to RSL Nano light, just 76 g, very light yet slightly head heavy and quite stiff. It's equipped with oversized frame, inner wave, light built, crisscross string pattern, and taper shaft tech. Really all around racket, it really shines in chop/overhead smash, net play, and line drive shot. It comes with a 3 compartment, oversized bag -capable of carrying 11 rackets, and a T-Shirt. I string it with Yonex BG 85, a truly remarkable combination in my experience so far.
That's all for now guys & gals, enjoy !
07-31-2008, 01:21 AM #32
I own a hart powershootpro offensive type. Its blue in color. Do you know th diffrences between offensive and defensive type? When i was comparing the two i dont feel the difference. Is the offensive more head heavy?
08-04-2008, 11:45 PM #33
looking for a new racket
i tried 2 HART rackets. don't know the series but colors are purple metallic and red/white/blue. it felt good. made me interested in HART series.
is there recommendation for best HART racket, that has fast maneuverability, heavy head, is good for attacking w/ solid feel?
i play doubles, tend to be defensive, but use a racket that can help to deliver the KO.
(posted this on another racket brand also, i'm collecting info)
08-05-2008, 08:35 PM #34
where is hart website?
i'm looking for hart racquet that head heavy like YY at-700, suggestion please?
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