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08-10-2008, 10:19 AM #18
K I took a look at the dinkalots reviews.
these made me remove the 800DE from the list due his lack of durability.
(I hate the paintjob anyways)
Is this really a big issue with the 800DE?
because as I use my rackets quite long durability is important (never broke a racket!)
to choose between the NS 9000S and AT900T seems very difficult.
So what is the most striking difference between those?
and then there are the arcsabers which aren't mentioned in the review, how do they compare to above rackets?
keep up the good work and ty very much!
PS: you don't have to mention a SOTX in every reply, I know it sounds silly and prob doesn't make sense, but I prefer a yonex and am willing to pay for it!
I know you have the best intentions...
08-10-2008, 11:10 AM #19
after reading ants reviews on all the 4 remaining rackets I have come to remove 3 more rackets from my list:
arcsaber 7: lack of power/budget version of the arcsaber 10 (budget doesn't matter that much
arcsaber 10: more of an offensive racket, great netplay but lacks on defence.
NS9000S: the head light will take time to adjust, tricky playing the net, lack of control.
so whats left is:
AT900T: I like armortec (solid feeling), don't think it will take me ages to adjust (armortec, head heavy). what are in fact the biggest differences between the AT500 and AT900T?
Also Ants review was pretty enthousiastic and convincing.
I like to be in control of the shuttle, it's a fast racket and exellent in defence.
And will not reduce my smashpower (maybe improve).
so now I chose my racket I will need to make some other choices.
4U or 3U?
stringing: what type of string should I use?
how hard should it be stringed?
08-10-2008, 12:37 PM #20
You should take the AT900T in 3U. It's very fast for a head heavy racquet, but the solid feel is there. 4U would feel too fast, and moving from an AT500, you would overswing wayy too much, and you would feel there is no power. 3U would keep the power there, and still be much faster than AT500.
08-10-2008, 01:09 PM #21
ty very much all for helping me to choose my new racket.
I will repost the stringing questions, in the right section.
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