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    which racket is better AT900p or AT900t?


    pls advice

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    No racket is better. However, one of them may be better to you then the other. You need to tell us a bit more about your style of play what type of rackets you prefer etc. to allow us to guide you into letting you know which one is better suited to you.

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    Search the forum before asking.. and try them out yourself to know which one suits you more. There is no such thing as the 'best' racquet for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecraze07 View Post
    No racket is better. However, one of them may be better to you then the other. You need to tell us a bit more about your style of play what type of rackets you prefer etc. to allow us to guide you into letting you know which one is better suited to you.
    i prefer lighter racket because easier for me defence.i hate heavy racket.

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    Thumbs up which racket is good for u?

    Hi kooixh,
    In this case, AT900T will be better for u. Lighter n more defensive n good for control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kooixh View Post
    i prefer lighter racket because easier for me defence.i hate heavy racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnimdab729 View Post
    Hi kooixh,
    In this case, AT900T will be better for u. Lighter n more defensive n good for control.
    Lee
    ok thank you for the advice

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    Does it really have to be out of the 900T/P? There are many more rackets that may be more suitable for you in the Yonex lineup and much more if you look beyond Yonex.

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    if u want a light racket and good in defence go for the Yonex NanoSpeed 7000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnimdab729 View Post
    Hi kooixh,
    In this case, AT900T will be better for u. Lighter n more defensive n good for control.
    Lee
    AT900T is not lighter in weight compared to AT900P.Even as i measured my AT900P and T,the T has a heavier head.But,as the frame shape differs,the effect changed as well.Lighter?Go for any of them and choose 4U。Head light?Go for NS series.NS series generally are build lighter in all terms compared to AT..

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    Both AT900 are the same weight.
    I have both of them, Power for singles and Technique for doubles, though it should really be the other way round.. but that suits me.
    if you ideally want good defence, then the Technique

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    If you like light rackets then I think you take a look at the NS9000. They're even balance so it'll feel much lighter then the AT series. ARC 9 and 10 also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_fanatic View Post
    If you like light rackets then I think you take a look at the NS9000. They're even balance so it'll feel much lighter then the AT series. ARC 9 and 10 also.
    this is not totally accurate in my opinion...NS9000, Arc10 are both slightly head heavy and can't be considered even balance even though thats what it says on the shaft. I haven't tried the 9 so I can't give a comment about that. However, I do agree that the overall feel of the NS9000 is lighter than that of the 900P and 900T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_fanatic View Post
    If you like light rackets then I think you take a look at the NS9000. They're even balance so it'll feel much lighter then the AT series. ARC 9 and 10 also.
    NS9K isn't even balanced, it's headlight. Arc9 and 10 is even balanced. If I recall correctly, Arc7 feels light.

    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    this is not totally accurate in my opinion...NS9000, Arc10 are both slightly head heavy and can't be considered even balance even though thats what it says on the shaft. I haven't tried the 9 so I can't give a comment about that. However, I do agree that the overall feel of the NS9000 is lighter than that of the 900P and 900T.
    Yep agreed here. I've tried the 9, but even thou it's a powerful racket, the racket the shots tend to spray wide due to the flexability of the shaft. In a way, Arc7 and Arc10 would be better off with instead of the 9.

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    You guys are right about the NS and the ARC. I was comparing those two to the AT series so I should had made myself a bit more clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    NS9K isn't even balanced, it's headlight. Arc9 and 10 is even balanced. If I recall correctly, Arc7 feels light.
    The NS9K says headlight on the shaft, however according to the Yonex racquet chart (http://www.yonexusa.com/images/badmi...ton2_specs.pdf - and in the current catalogue) the NS9KS is pretty much even balanced (almost exactly the same as the Arc7 according to this chart) and the NS9KX is slightly head heavy.

    The Arc10 is slightly more head heavy than the NS9KX, again according to the chart (and this was what I felt when I swung them both).

    So I suppose it comes down to the definition of "headlight". My understading (which could be wrong!) is that headlight is anything with a balance point less than about 290-295mm. Not sure if this includes grip and/or strings?

    I have an NS9KX (original grip only, strung) and it balances at around 305mm.

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    since question is asked with ignorance, i'll reply you with ignorance - at900p is better, get it.

    Quote Originally Posted by kooixh View Post
    which racket is better AT900p or AT900t?


    pls advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindfury View Post
    since question is asked with ignorance, i'll reply you with ignorance - at900p is better, get it.
    ok i ll get it some other day

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