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    I broke my Hart racket ...... BTW it is a old model .... Do you guys know of an offensive Hart racket that is head heavy + stiff or very stiff + Oval Head .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pussiii999 View Post
    I broke my Hart racket ...... BTW it is a old model .... Do you guys know of an offensive Hart racket that is head heavy + stiff or very stiff + Oval Head .....
    Most Hart racquets are isometric headframe nowadays -and with oversize design, there are limited numbers of oval headframe models, but all are low end models, certainly won't fit to your preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wierdngifted View Post
    do anyone knows where can I buy this Hart racket here in the Philippines?
    I can Sell you two models, HART Infinite Nano 76(RED) & 78(BLUE).you can contact me at 0917 811 3153

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    Hmm, the Infinite Nano series are great racquets, especially for players who emphasize their game in control, defense, drive, and quick/overhead smash with flicked wrist technique. Not really suited to big smash players who would love to generate power through arm swing motion and the momentum of the racquet, since these babies are lightweight punchers. IIRC, the models are Infinite Nano Offensive 76, Infinite Nano Attack 78, Infinite Nano Aero Power 76, and Infinite Nano Wipe Power 76. The built quality & painting job are awesome, certainly worth the money spent on them.

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    Is there anyone who have tried Hart Infinite Bomber F2?
    Any comment on these rackets?

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    I've checked this racquet at the shop, basically, a rather affordable, yet very playable unit, the feel is similar to the even balance Yonex Titanium type, and very comparable to Astec Magic Power, though obviously this racquet has oversized headframe. It's quite all arounder -slight bias to attacking game, thus the name with "bomber" tag on it, decent performer for double game in practise, especially if you're unwilling to risk your more expensive racquet (cough, Yonex unit, cough). The built quality is more than decent, but the paint job looks average.
    Last edited by SpursIndonesia; 12-24-2008 at 08:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pussiii999 View Post
    I broke my Hart racket ...... BTW it is a old model .... Do you guys know of an offensive Hart racket that is head heavy + stiff or very stiff + Oval Head .....
    I am too looking for racket that is head heavy. A while ago i went to badminton racket shop and i found hart wave power or wave something i forgot. Can any body give a review about this racket? I think its slight head heavy, i measured its BP, its around 285-295 if i am not mistaken.

    I have two option to choose this racket or yonex mp22. I know its a lower type racket and cheap but i all of my racket is about that range too and it is just fine with me.

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    OMG, i think i made a mistake, wave power is not from hart, its form astec, sorry for the mistake.

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    anyone tried hart infinite 578 before??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    680mm is the limit for major tournaments..

    Most long-sized racquets are around 675mm.

    That racquet of yours seems very nice to use though.. very large frame.. the sweet spot should be huge. It should be pretty forgiving.
    So. I decided to buy one for myself to give this brand a try.

    HART Infinite Strike 55, 50SGD at Queensway in Singapore.

    Regular 675mm racquet, head-heavy, 3UG5, "new" grommet pattern, short handle and short shaft but with the huge frame. Really shiny.

    I find that it's not as powerful as the other racquets I've been using (TC700 2U, AT700 3U, MP100 3U) but the large frame makes it so easy to defend with. The feedback from the racquet is ok.

    Tried it with BG66M ( one-piece ) at 27lbs but the strings broke in 10mins.. Tried again with BG65 at 23lbs (two-piece, funny pattern) and again, the strings broke in only a month. The grommets might have been damaged or something, idk.

    I wouldn't mind getting another one of these racquets, they're really easy to play with.

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    u guys wont believes it ~!! FULL GRAPHITE OOOH~!! i try aready GOOD ~!

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    Give this brand a try. It is a quite good racket. Oversize frame, as the factory used to call it, makes this racket very forgiving. Power is also acceptable, although i will say it is not very powerful.
    I have used Hart Infinite Bomber F2 and Hart Infinite blah blah blah ( forgot the type ) but it is an attack type.
    The price is very affordable, hence very suitable, for a new comer in badminton.

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    Hi joeak@dezignler
    Where u find the Ads? in KL?
    I want to add another one as backup..

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    bro PM to me, 013-3576632 / e-mail to me at: mysals1@yahoo.com
    were i can get hart racket promotion, urgent. tq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kobat91 View Post
    bro PM to me, 013-3576632 / e-mail to me at: mysals1@yahoo.com
    were i can get hart racket promotion, urgent. tq.
    at Puchong, Racket Zone..a lot of stock, got 2 the rm39.90 last week..but not sure bout now, maybe sold out already;p

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    I broke my racket and now looking for head heavy racket. I own powershoot pro series but it is too light. Which series is good for attacking but i don't want oversize head. Anyone can help??

    Are infinite offensive and infinite attack series oversize head?

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    Anyone know what is newest for HART wavetec series?i like using the wavetec 700 but it is old and rusty at places i am afraid it may break.

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