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    I have Armortec 900T and its a fantastic racket. Would love to try the 900 Power anyone fancy trading or selling theirs? Also have a Apacs Lethal 70 if anyone is interested.

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    Hey guys, I'm looking for a new racquet. I'm not a particularly strong person and I guess I'm more of a defensively minded player. Is the Armortec 900 Technique the best 4U racquet in its class? What about the Armortec 700? I think that also comes in a 4U as well right?

    My previous racquet was also a 4U and I think that's the particular weight class I'm interested in.

    Where is the best place to order either the Armortec 700 or 900 Technique in either Canada or the US and if possible online? I want to order from a reliable source just to minimize my chance of getting a counterfeit product.

    Thx!

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    if you are more defensively minded, it seems strange to be looking at some of the most head heavy racquets from yonex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider View Post
    Hey guys, I'm looking for a new racquet. I'm not a particularly strong person and I guess I'm more of a defensively minded player. Is the Armortec 900 Technique the best 4U racquet in its class? What about the Armortec 700? I think that also comes in a 4U as well right?

    My previous racquet was also a 4U and I think that's the particular weight class I'm interested in.

    Where is the best place to order either the Armortec 700 or 900 Technique in either Canada or the US and if possible online? I want to order from a reliable source just to minimize my chance of getting a counterfeit product.

    Thx!
    I agree with amleto here. If you want to stick with Armortec, I would recommend AT600 or Armortec Tour instead. They are both the same racquet with flexible shaft and only come in 4U. My AT600 helped me a lot in arm swing development and the LSC system does help a little bit. Now, I am trying to tame my stiff AT900T and perhaps in a few months my ATSB.

    From what I have read, ARC8DX sounds interesting but hey, it is not Armortec

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    What's the difference between Armortec 900P and Armortec 900T? It seems the same to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngjeffrey View Post
    What's the difference between Armortec 900P and Armortec 900T? It seems the same to me
    AT900P is slightly more head-heavy +hold -repulsion compared to AT900T. AT900P has box frame while AT900T has aero frame. The Elastic Ti for Power is at 5 & 7 o'clock while for Technique is at 11 & 1 o'clock. In terms of gameplay, some prefer one to the other depending of own's gameplay and technical skills. I have AT900T.

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    Love this racket! I own AT900T but broken 3 already sighh!! My friend broke 3 Powers as well hahahaa great rackets but hurts when they break sighhhh....

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    I own AT900T its a great racquet. Now i am using RSL laser 9900 its Taper technology, makes the racquet bend easier then AT900T hence, more power. AT900T is my backup racquet now. Hehe..

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    Default I have just tested out AT900T

    I just got AT900T 3UG4, AS version. Strung with NBG98 24-26 lbs.

    Weight: 95g
    bpoint: 300mm with one yonex super grap

    I feel the head heaviness is the same as AT900P but much faster. I still need some time to get used to it because I cannot generate as much power as AT900P atm. I think it is because the timing and swing speed cause the birdie bounding off the racket much earlier.

    However, the racket is excellent for double as it is fast, quick response for defense as well. clear, drive, drop and net play are excellent. smashing from back court needs some skills but one or two out of 5 times I can smash really powerfully as I swang it so quickly.

    Find NBG98 is very bouncy. Only a bit touch can fly a long distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    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.
    Agree. I have the same feeling though I am still in progress with my new AT900T. But the timing and swing speed is critical for generating power in smashing using AT900T. Just need time to adapt myself.

    I have the AT900P as well. But feel the swing speed is not as fast as AT900T especially when defending or net play.

    AT900P: weight - 98g; bpoint - 295mm; BG65 - 24lbs
    AT900T: weight - 95g; bpoint - 300mm; NBG98 - 24/26lbs

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    I'm new to the AT900 club. Just received my AT900 power yesterday. Can't wait to play. ^^
    AT900 power with BNG95@ 24lbs

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    Default NBG98 with AT900T

    Quote Originally Posted by sharpair View Post
    Agree. I have the same feeling though I am still in progress with my new AT900T. But the timing and swing speed is critical for generating power in smashing using AT900T. Just need time to adapt myself.

    I have the AT900P as well. But feel the swing speed is not as fast as AT900T especially when defending or net play.

    AT900P: weight - 98g; bpoint - 295mm; BG65 - 24lbs
    AT900T: weight - 95g; bpoint - 300mm; NBG98 - 24/26lbs
    After I tried my AT900T for almost 6 weeks (5 hours/week), I find the smashing power actually is partially related to the string used with the racket, NBG98. NBG98 has excellent repulsion power, which is supposed to generate massive power. However, I feel it depends.

    Besides the AT900T is a very fast swinging racket, which means the time birdie sticks on racket will reduce marginally, NBG98's great repulsion quality helps reducing that time. In other words, birdie will bounce off the face of the racket frame in a very short time. If you cannot make very fast swing or very quick generation of your wrist movement (press it down to generate smashing power) then birdie will fly off without enough power and the trajectory is quite flat rather than deep down towards the floor. Sometimes, especially in double, birdie moves very fast and flat. I dont have enough time to adjust myself to swing fast enough so the smashing is not powerful. However, when opponents lift the birdie and I have enough time to position myself and smashing is very quick and powerful.

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    does any1 know the string for at900P if you want a little more control, a bit lesser power?less repulsion?

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    happy to join the 900t/p club. I've been using the 900T for two years now and switch to the 900P for a year now. Reason I got the 900P, need more power. Coming from a 700(original) the 900T lacks some power. When I want to play defensive game I bring out the 900T.

    900P strung w/ bg80 @ 25bls.

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    just got my new AT900P few days ago! previously was using apacs nanospeed but wanted to up my game & power..
    racket is strung with bg66 25lbs

    only played once with AT900P, but feels really good, just that I realised my performance went down quite fast when i got tired after a few games

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    Quote Originally Posted by tingkai37 View Post
    does any1 know the string for at900P if you want a little more control, a bit lesser power?less repulsion?
    try a thicker gauge string, eg bg80 or zm70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tingkai37 View Post
    does any1 know the string for at900P if you want a little more control, a bit lesser power?less repulsion?
    How could anyone want less power ?

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