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    I doubt it would make much difference which of those 6 rackets you chose. Regardless of brand, at that price, none of them are going to use any kind of special technology / quality materials, or anything else that might set them apart from the rest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tai Thung View Post
    I saw the 6 rackets in your list is 3U rackets, I think you should go for 4U rackets as per your request (82~85g)
    I agree
    I guess it's pretty subjective, but I personally find overall weight generally makes a bigger difference to the feel of a racket than balance.

    If you prefer the feel of a lighter racket, then I think with your budget, Kason are your best bet.
    They make various rackets that you should be able to find for under $50, including the "Light" (772g / 5U) and "Troy" (822g / 4U) series'.
    Here's a list, incase you're interested:
    http://www.bbeshop.com/en/racket_kason.htm

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    get ns100!
    its very good for a beginner
    it has loud sound
    i've tried it my self and im and high intermediate player

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverDJ View Post
    That Wilson nCode you mentioned seems to be a little overlooked. I've used the nCode series and those rackets have always felt very good for me. This racket is also catered towards the female demographic. I'm not looking to be sexist, but you are a female player, and it seems as though if a racket is being advertised as "...a super lightweight racket excellent for beginner and intermediate player, especially female player" (Taken from the Badmintonalley.com description), that it would be optimal for you to use this racket. Again, positive things about the Wilson nCode series, good luck with your choice.
    The only complain I have for Wilson nCode is the grip size is only in G3 in US market, which is kinda big even for some male players. It's always much easier to increase the grip size (i.e. add overgrip) than downsizing.

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