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    Why what happened?

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    It definately can holds up to 30Lbs. I have mine strung at 30 to 31lbs. So far i have not broke mine. But i do have friends who broke their AT900 at 28lbs,25lbs and even 23lbs!

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    Did they hit it on other racket when they were playing doubles?

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    4U bad!! 3U all the way!!

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    Is't ok if i'm going to strung it with 26 lbs?

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    I guess it depends on the person..but ants its right that it can hold up to 31lbs or more.

    so depends on what you feel comfortable with and willing to take the risk..

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    Ok i'll try to strung it with 28 lbs. I'll let you know if my racket breaks. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    4U bad!! 3U all the way!!
    This distinctly reminds me of Animal Farm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    4U bad!! 3U all the way!!
    Yeah.. i always use 3U. The only 4U that i had which was given to me.. i didnt even use it for gameplay. But i let my bro use it instead. hehehe

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    Got my AT900T 4U strung @ 28 lbs.

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    Default How do you feel with 28lbs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Reiko View Post
    Got my AT900T 4U strung @ 28 lbs.
    Hi, just wanna know how you are performing with 28lbs on AT900T. Mine is 26 lbs, just nice for me. May be will consider 28lbs next time on my racquet if feedback on 28lbs is good.

    Tell us more....thanks

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    Default Bought AT900 in Japan.please advice if i need to change

    Quote Originally Posted by hong123 View Post
    i own one technique 3ug5 and tried friend's power 4ug4
    totally different feeling, is this the same between 3ug5 technique and 4ug5 technique?
    While watching the Japan Open 2007, I bought AT900, technique . Do you think it is good. Since I heard it is easily broken. Do you think I should change to AT700. I a, leaving japan on Wednesday. I still have one more day to decide to change. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TERENCE View Post
    While watching the Japan Open 2007, I bought AT900, technique . Do you think it is good. Since I heard it is easily broken. Do you think I should change to AT700. I a, leaving japan on Wednesday. I still have one more day to decide to change. Thanks
    nah.... At700 is more fragile than At900. few cases already heard. they told me, yes it is very good to use. then show me the crack.... and said, is normal to see in At700....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reiko View Post
    Got my AT900T 4U strung @ 28 lbs.
    Hmmm...nice to hear that a 4U can hold a 28 lbs.But wont it be too risky even for a single mishit..I strung mine only at 25 lbs.Dont wanna break this one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caryne Au View Post
    Hi, just wanna know how you are performing with 28lbs on AT900T. Mine is 26 lbs, just nice for me. May be will consider 28lbs next time on my racquet if feedback on 28lbs is good.

    Tell us more....thanks
    I love it! It is spectacular especially on control. It's a bit less on power because I'm using BG68Ti.

    When I was using BG85 I've got more power on it but I don't like the control. I'm a control player so I had to changed it into BG68Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Hmmm...nice to hear that a 4U can hold a 28 lbs.But wont it be too risky even for a single mishit..I strung mine only at 25 lbs.Dont wanna break this one..
    Well, that depends on the power when it collides on other racket. More power, then it's more possibility to break. There are many different cases why do people break their rackets.

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    I had my 900 T strung at 23 since I was afraid of it breaking and its doing fine now...just took me a while to get used to the loss of power but soon got it back. I just love the defence of the racket! So damn fast!!!

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