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    Post What's The Next Racquet From Yonex?

    Is Yonex going to come out with a new series of racquet sooner or later?
    Like for example ArcSaber came out this year and is there any news of news of new series of Yonex badminton coming out sooner or later?

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    And if you know the name of the upcoming series , please name it and give a rough idea on when the new series is coming out...

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    Why?U wanna buy them?Hehe..have u went for the ARC 9?

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    Is there a reason why you are interested? You were asking about AT900T. It seems like you're guessing what racket is out there for you to try but do you really know what you want?

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    You made the EXACT same thread within 2 months....slow down and think if your question is already well discussed and search the forum first...

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    We should just wait till someone tells us... don't keep on asking because the majority of us don't know. Or do your own research, and don't treat us like.. answering robots.

    You asked me about the AT700 and AT900T via PM, so I typed up a huge list of advantages and disadvantages.. but I haven't heard a conclusion from you yet, and now you're asking about new racquets.

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    So you're not the only one he has IMed to.
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    DareToSmash, please do some reasearch, we are not going to do the work for you.
    Last edited by Matt; 10-27-2008 at 04:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    We should just wait till someone tells us... don't keep on asking because the majority of us don't know. Or do your own research, and don't treat us like.. answering robots.

    You asked me about the AT700 and AT900T via PM, so I typed up a huge list of advantages and disadvantages.. but I haven't heard a conclusion from you yet, and now you're asking about new racquets.
    Hi Jhirata

    Would you like to copy and paste your post on the AT700 vs AT900T on the forum for everyone's reference? That way your efforts will not be wasted and appreciated by others as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumpy_999 View Post
    Hi Jhirata

    Would you like to copy and paste your post on the AT700 vs AT900T on the forum for everyone's reference? That way your efforts will not be wasted and appreciated by others as well.
    Ugh, I cleared out my inbox and sent-items yesterday.

    Well anyway, I'll re-type my opinions.. it ain't that hard because it's all in my head

    Advantages of AT700:
    -3U version is a powerful beast
    -Long shaft, short handle benifits for single players.
    -Armortec-frame provides larger sweetspot compared to most of the NS's and MP's.

    Disadvantages of AT700:
    -4U version is fragile
    -The AT700 is known to have durability issues with the frame
    -The racquet lacks maneuverability because of the heavy frame
    -Can be hard to get used to, if a head-light racquet was previously used.
    -The new model's shaft becomes flexier, very quickly but not as quickly as the AT800's.

    Advantages of AT900T:
    -Head heavy enough to produce powerful shots
    -The aero-frame allows user to swing the racquet quickly, thus it doesn't lack maneuverability either
    -shorter shaft, longer handle benifits doubles players who require more handle space to grip on
    -Armortec-frame provides larger sweetspot compared to most of the NS's and MP's.

    Disadvantages of AT900T:
    -Price
    -4U version lacks durability

    Eh, that's about it that I could think of. All of these are just my opinions..

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    Default The Next Racket from Yonex

    With the new year approaching, is there any news about a new racket or maybe even line of rackets coming from Yonex? I suppose there won't be a whole new line of rackets coming out as the Arc Sabers just came out not too long ago, but maybe a new racket in the Armortec series? What do you guys think?

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    Default Regarding durability of 4U AT900T

    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Disadvantages of AT900T:
    -Price
    -4U version lacks durability
    Hi Jhirata,

    Would you mind enlightening me about the durability of 4U AT900T?



    In DinkALot's racquet review,

    4U AT900T is rated "Good" for both Shaft Durability and Frame Durability.

    Whereas its Paint Durability is rated "Good-".



    I would appreciate your thoughts on 4U AT900T's durability

    Thank you very much for your time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicroLegend View Post
    Hi Jhirata,

    Would you mind enlightening me about the durability of 4U AT900T?



    In DinkALot's racquet review,

    4U AT900T is rated "Good" for both Shaft Durability and Frame Durability.

    Whereas its Paint Durability is rated "Good-".



    I would appreciate your thoughts on 4U AT900T's durability

    Thank you very much for your time!
    Don't string at high tensions, don't miss hit, don't hit too hard like the Panda, don't clash and it would last very long ..

    I don't personally own this racquet, but I have tried the 4U version of it. It felt too fast for me.

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