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    If I remember it right, AT700 ltd come in 3U only? Also, some one might have a new 4U AT700 at good price for you.

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    AT500 is actually a really good racket, easy to use and powerful.

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    Its between a AT 700 and AT 300 for the same price, so I figured the smart choice would be the AT 700. Why is the AT 500 more recommended than the AT 700?

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    AT700 is like a sledgehammer. If you don't have enough strength to weird such a weapon it's not as great. AT500 is like half and half.

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    ....a .mis-post

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    That's understandable, but if given the choice, would you choose A) AT 700 or B) AT 300?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foshomo03 View Post
    That's understandable, but if given the choice, would you choose A) AT 700 or B) AT 300?
    Personally, I'd go for the AT700 because I'm an advanced player. For you, the AT300 would be a better choice. Also, what's wrong with the AT500?

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    I don't really understand why you would recommend the 300 over the 700. I can get them for the exact same price, s isn't it common sense to pick the more advanced racket? And no to the 500 because its not offered.

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    In theory, the AT-700 should cost a lot more then the AT-300. I'd be careful if I were you.

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    Thank you for your caution, but speaking hypothetically, if the two rackets were the same price, the AT 700 is a better buy. Am i correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foshomo03 View Post
    Thank you for your caution, but speaking hypothetically, if the two rackets were the same price, the AT 700 is a better buy. Am i correct?
    It depends on the player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecraze07 View Post
    It depends on the player.
    Great answer. Are you trying to Hustle someone, foshomo03? If you aren't thinking about selling the AT700, I too believe the AT500 or 300 would be a better choice.

    Why?
    because the AT700 is a beast, but a hard one to master at that. Its really head heavy, and has a small sweetspot. these two make it difficult. Then, it is not the most durable racket ever. so, you dish out more money if it breaks.

    I find the AT500 an excellent racket. worth its money and some more. same does with the AT 300. both are balanced enough to be maneuverable, and pack a great punch. search it up.
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    Hustle someone? I'm not selling the racket, I am the one purchasing it. I think I will go for the AT 700, over the AT 300. I'll comment on it after I receive it.

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    Just becareful... the deal you're getting sounds too good to be true. If you're buying from Ebay... better make sure you know how to tell a real from a fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foshomo03 View Post
    Hustle someone? I'm not selling the racket, I am the one purchasing it. I think I will go for the AT 700, over the AT 300. I'll comment on it after I receive it.
    good choice if i were u i get AT700 too! if i hav the money but u really hav to work hard to get use to this racket good luck^^ anyway do it the way u'll feel after buying it u r happy with it cos u really like this racket alot... no need to be too worry abt "am i going to get use to it?" do it slowly slowly it will be fine as long as u learn the techni correctly is ok... cos after all.. most important is u having fun playing badminton and enjoy this sports with ur frens or family... gd luck

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    wow, xiaheng, I truly admire your perspective. I have decided upon the AT 700! Thanks to all those who have cautioned me upon the risk of it being fake, but I am for sure it is the real deal.

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    mind tellin us where u're gettin the racquet if its online? i'm in the market for a AT700 aswell

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