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    yupp love my new 900t
    coming from at700, this 900 is easier to maneuver

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    I'm planning on buying an AT900T 3U myself. But, is it available in G5 or G4 size? As to what I've read here, I only see a 3U G3.

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    Armortec 900 Technique come in G3, G4 and G5. But you have to get the region right. Asian market is usually G4 or G5. European market for example, has lots of G3.

    Just look around, either in online shops, local shops or in the Buy-and-Sell Forum here. You'll definitely be able to find a racket of your choice.

    Good luck!

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    I finally got my AT900 Technique in 3U G5 and I'm still not so sure how I feel about it. I like the smashing power and everything but so far I'm still underwhelmed. Maybe I'm just moving away from head heavy racquets in terms of my preference. Anyway it's still a good racquet but I'm much happier with my El Cheapo Wilson K-Strike.

    nipoy, I suggest that you get a friend to buy it for you in HK at Rose Sports Equipment in Henessy Road or the one in Kowloon side. It's much much cheaper than what you'll get it for in Manila. It's about 1,200 HK ($150 US) than what it costs here which is something like 10,500 pesos ($250 US, give or take).

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    Yeah... tnx for the advice. I'm actually ordering it online from wingeesports.

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    i also just got my AT900P 3UG5.......n strung with BG66 26lbs.........i m kinda doubt with my grip size i just used it for a time but dun really can feel n evaluate the performance.....actually i been asking this in many threads........do grip size affected the performance in sense of smashing power?

    because i m owning a mp44 3UG4 and a ti-7 light 3UG5.............i felt tht i have a greater power with my mp but less at ti-7 light.........both are head light even......n strung with bg66 and same tension which is 26lbs...

    BUT obviously when come to smashing power my mp44 is more powerful...this is because of different racquet or different grip or actually is pschological problem? wat do u guys think? as i know grip do go wtih preference as stated in many threads..but do they have different...

    some say smaller grip give more control while thicker give more power...while some (vice versa)...some even say an elite player always go with a smaller grip....so how how??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pw2002 View Post
    I finally got my AT900 Technique in 3U G5 and I'm still not so sure how I feel about it. I like the smashing power and everything but so far I'm still underwhelmed. Maybe I'm just moving away from head heavy racquets in terms of my preference. Anyway it's still a good racquet but I'm much happier with my El Cheapo Wilson K-Strike.

    nipoy, I suggest that you get a friend to buy it for you in HK at Rose Sports Equipment in Henessy Road or the one in Kowloon side. It's much much cheaper than what you'll get it for in Manila. It's about 1,200 HK ($150 US) than what it costs here which is something like 10,500 pesos ($250 US, give or take).
    Once you get used to the fast swing speed, you'll be able to smash as hard as before, and be able to generate power much faster and easier. I find using my AT900T 4U and AT700 3U, the AT900T produces around the same amount of power, and comes easier. AT700 more powerful, but takes a bigger swing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmeh View Post
    i also just got my AT900P 3UG5.......n strung with BG66 26lbs.........i m kinda doubt with my grip size i just used it for a time but dun really can feel n evaluate the performance.....actually i been asking this in many threads........do grip size affected the performance in sense of smashing power?

    because i m owning a mp44 3UG4 and a ti-7 light 3UG5.............i felt tht i have a greater power with my mp but less at ti-7 light.........both are head light even......n strung with bg66 and same tension which is 26lbs...

    BUT obviously when come to smashing power my mp44 is more powerful...this is because of different racquet or different grip or actually is pschological problem? wat do u guys think? as i know grip do go wtih preference as stated in many threads..but do they have different...

    some say smaller grip give more control while thicker give more power...while some (vice versa)...some even say an elite player always go with a smaller grip....so how how??
    If the grip is so small that your hands can't hold it tight enough, then it's too small. I thought my former AT500 3UG5 was powerless, until I made the grip bigger, so the racquet doesn't slip around when I make a powerful stroke. If G5 is too small for you, then add another grip over it and see whether you feel more comfortable.

    Remember, the right grip size will give you more power than the "most powerful" grip size.

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    I'm still not sure if I like my AT900T or I don't! Maybe I should have gotten it in 4U so I wouldn't have had that much trouble with the weight. As a female, I've noticed that most of the female pros use the Nanospeed because of the ease of defense. I think I'll just borrow my cousin's NS9000 and see if he's willing to trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pw2002 View Post
    I'm still not sure if I like my AT900T or I don't! Maybe I should have gotten it in 4U so I wouldn't have had that much trouble with the weight. As a female, I've noticed that most of the female pros use the Nanospeed because of the ease of defense. I think I'll just borrow my cousin's NS9000 and see if he's willing to trade.
    Yes and no.

    Many China female players switched from Nanospeed 9000 type S to Armortec 900 technique, probably 4U.

    e.g. Zhu Lin, Yang Wei, Du Jing & Yu Yang.

    If you want to get nanospeed 9000, get the type S 3U. Still used by Xie Xingfang..

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    Hello all:
    i'm a newbie to this forum.........nice to meet you all!!
    I wanna get a AT 900, but not sure if i should get P or T. What is the different? It will be great if someone can help a newbie out.

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK117 View Post
    Hello all:
    i'm a newbie to this forum.........nice to meet you all!!
    I wanna get a AT 900, but not sure if i should get P or T. What is the different? It will be great if someone can help a newbie out.

    Thanks!!
    describe how you play, like do you smash alot or drop alot. I prefer my AT900T over the P mainly because of its aeroshaped frame so its very fast, and its more head heavy than the AT900P, easier to generate power. Many good things have been said about the Technique. Hope this makes your decision

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    I like to smash a lot......... Which one will suit me better?

    Is AT 900P for more offensive type and AT900 T for defensive type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK117 View Post
    I like to smash a lot......... Which one will suit me better?

    Is AT 900P for more offensive type and AT900 T for defensive type?
    Everyone likes to smash At900P is more offensive hence the word "Power", but I still like the AT900T, if any of your friends have got either of those rackets you should give it a try. Remember to ask what string tension they have it at, and if its a 4U or 3U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK117 View Post
    Hello all:
    i'm a newbie to this forum.........nice to meet you all!!
    I wanna get a AT 900, but not sure if i should get P or T. What is the different? It will be great if someone can help a newbie out.

    Thanks!!
    The AT-800 Offensive you have (and which you want to sell off) is a wonderful racquet.

    Unless you're up there with the pros, there's no pronounced advantage you'll gain from switching to the 900 series

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    Haha, yeah.......too much hype generated in this forum.......
    I mainly used AT 700 and MP 100 during the game, never really had a good chance to test out AT 800.......shame on me!! then when AT 900, i really wanna give it a try, and after i read about this thread, i really wanna get my hands on it.....

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    If you have the AT700 MP100 and AT800, then its kinda pointless getting an AT900, because imo the AT700 and MP100 are already very good rackets, pointless spending money on another racket.

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