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    Default which one is better? as 7,9 or 10?

    price is not an issue with these rackets but i was wondering which ones the best?

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    The best racquet is based on you... Which one suits you more? Give each of them a hit and see which is best for you...

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    You talking about which company? SOTX?

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    Is red wine better than beer?

    Is white wine better than red wine?

    Is Shiraz better than Cab Sav?

    Is cheddar better than old english?

    you cannot possibly serious about your question? how can you expect an answer? sorry but questions like yours are mindblowing....

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    No beer is better then Red wine,White wines also bettter, and Cheddar mmmm
    lol :P

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    do you mean arcsaber series? arc7, 9 or 10?

    you will have to test them all out to know which one is best suited for you if its the arcsaber series you're referring to.

    I mean, if you're a male, you probably don't want the arc9 (pink with hearts all over). in terms of power, definately the arc 10 (stiff, head heavy) good for smashing. arc7 (flex, even balance) good for defense, lacks power for attacking.

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    Well... you will have to try them all or do what I do grab one of them and learn it lol (trial and error xD)

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    Arc 10 ........
    Powerful and manuverable

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    ARC 10 for male and ARC 9 for female

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    or do you mean which Shuttles are good?

    As7, As9, As10?
    haha.


    Ever thought of other models instead of the arc10/7/9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaynjay View Post
    ARC 10 for male and ARC 9 for female
    Incorrect.

    Arc 10 and Arc 9 are not gender-specified. Although Yonex advertises the Arc 9 as designed for ladies, it is not necessarily so. Men can pretty much play with Arc 9 and have no problem at all and women can do so vice versa.

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    i do own 3 of those rackets.. arc7,9 & 10.. (arc9 i bought for my gf.. :P)

    arc7.. nice defending racket.. but the offensive part lacks something.. i cant explain.. try it out urself

    arc9.. shaft not stiff.. good for those with weaker arm & wrist power.. tats y ppl said its meant for ladies.. but if u swing is not fast & hard.. it would be a good choice.. just mind those pink little lovely hearts on the racket.. lol!!

    arc10.. now my favourite racket.. well balanced... smash are like big bang.. lots of technology on it.. especially if u r a hard hitter.. the ultraPEF a good shock absorption tech. continous smashing wont make ur hand go numb or tired .. u can last longer :P

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    I own the Arcsaber 10 and love it but you should try all of the Arcsaber range and see which is your favourite.

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    I own a arc 10 and i have to say its very good but i also tried my friend (male)'s arc9 and its really good lots of control and quite a lot of power as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Incorrect.

    Arc 10 and Arc 9 are not gender-specified. Although Yonex advertises the Arc 9 as designed for ladies, it is not necessarily so. Men can pretty much play with Arc 9 and have no problem at all and women can do so vice versa.
    true true.... the mechanics of the racket aren't gender specific, but the designs on them are.

    please do let me know when the first international male player starts using the arc9

    .... if a guy uses a pink racket with lots of love hearts on it (owns one and not just borrowing for a hit), then........

    what chaos2blue has stated are very nice descriptions of each racket as I have also tried all 3 (the arc9 being my sister's). it all depends on personal feel when testing out the rackets and feels right for you I guess each person adapts more better to certain rackets.

    I love my arc7

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_dragon View Post
    true true.... the mechanics of the racket aren't gender specific, but the designs on them are.

    please do let me know when the first international male player starts using the arc9

    .... if a guy uses a pink racket with lots of love hearts on it (owns one and not just borrowing for a hit), then........
    I know it's weird to see mens playing with a pink coloured racket,But still it won't stop some male players playing well with ARC9 and so does some female players vice verse.In some situation,there is a possibility that the males plays better with ARC9 or females with ARC 10.It's all back to their own playing style.

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    I have ARC 10 and my lady friend the ARC 9. I must say that the ARC 9 is a very nice racquet as the defence is really good and power ain't too shabby also.

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