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    I've never picked up a racquet that feels right from the word go, but the 900t really did.

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    Hidayat already switch to power version

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    Hidayat already switch to power version
    Because its so damn good... just gets better and better
    No wonder most of the pro's prefer P over T, they already have superb technique and can get a whole lot more from the power generated by a P .

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    Yep volcom i agree....because they have such good technique, they can get the most from the racket....i found it to be a little too demanding for me

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    I pick Technique simply because it looks better than the Power.That's my own personal preferrence though.Hehe..Btw,technique is also quite powerful for me already.A lil bit weaker than the AT700..but its maneuverability n the control is better than the AT700.

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    i just received my AT900T 4UG4, it seem a pretty good racket

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    4U ill! 3U is better!

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    This is no time for some "Four legs good, two legs bad" routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    Because its so damn good... just gets better and better
    No wonder most of the pro's prefer P over T, they already have superb technique and can get a whole lot more from the power generated by a P .
    now hidayat switch again to his technique version..
    any thought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    now hidayat switch again to his technique version..
    any thought?
    No comments hahahaha

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    Good choice.Since i bought T also cos of him..=P

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    will get this racket later...will post it later too..

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    brief noob review of my AT900T

    Racket: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique JP
    Weight and Grip Size: 3UG4
    String: Yonex NBG 98
    String Tension: 23lbs 1 piece stringing
    Grip: wilson pro overgrip (white)
    Shuttle Used: Yonex AS40 & PT 10


    Looks:
    Beautiful racket, esp the white parts of the racket (i like white ) Yonex dont have many rackets that have white paint. Like the unique look.

    Warm up:
    Swing very fast, when holding it can feel the head is abit heavy but when swinging it around the head heaviness disappear.

    Doubles game:
    Tend to overhit the shuttle and mis-hit due to racket swinging speed & wrong timing causing many shots to hit net or fly too high when doing drops shots/slice. Could not generate power from it, forehand clears were weak, smash keep hitting net. Able to perform very fast drives and good in countering opponent drive shots. Friends also demo with my racket, most common complain is no solid feel when smashing/clearing aka no power (like the head weight had disappear, swinging a headless racket).

    Conclusion:
    Maybe i was tired after work, played the double right after work, so could not focus. (doubles partner keep calling me to focus as i keep making errors) This brief review is base on just 1 doubles game so maybe future games i can fully utilize this racket and get better results

    My overall ratings

    Power: 6/10
    Control: 8/10
    Feel: 6/10
    Defence: 9/10

    Positives: Great manoeuvrability , good defence
    Negatives: No power compared to other head heavy rackets, no feel (like swinging headless racket)

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    The best racket I've ever use, the defense, the maneuverability, and the power is good too, i use 4UG4. this racket make my smash more accurate.

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    Ok so 4U isnt very durable?, If i hit too much on the frame is it going to break the racket

    Is it possible to get a 3U in America?

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    Only by buying it secondhand or by ordering it from Asia/Europe(?).

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    When I went to buy my 900P I also tested a T and wasn't keen on it. The T is better for defensive transitions and cuts through the air better (probably due to aero section).

    However, my timing was not as natural as with the P, and the T seemed to swing with less momentum. This wasn't due to balance - it's hard to explain, but the T seemed to kick differently (further up the shaft than the P). It also seemed to wobble a lot more under heavy hits.

    Coming from an 800O I expected to prefer the 900P, so that's what I went with.

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