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    Default looking for a racquet which is head heavy

    looking for a racquet which is head heavy medium stiff to stiff,durable,without creating a lot vibration that make elbow pain. and CHEAP!!!!!!!!!$150 and below any brand except yonex will do
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    try armortec 250 head heavy and easy to use .. i use it as a substitute for my arc 10

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    hi,
    U may try SOTX Woven7..I have 2pcs. If u interested to try. I can let go one for u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    looking for a racquet which is head heavy medium stiff to stiff,durable,without creating a lot vibration that make elbow pain. and CHEAP!!!!!!!!!$150 and below any brand except yonex will do

    go try out victor super wave 33 power or artery tec ti 95 power, both are slightly head heavy and mid stiff rackets, easy to generate power and most importantly below $150 each.

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    If I'm not wrong RSL X3 gold seems to fit the bill as well.

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    ZELM Powerplay 9900 is pretty nice. Give it a try, PM Sgbad for it. Since you are in S'pore, it should be easier for you to get one!

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    Try Bonny Classic Carbon 3100 S The point is, too many racquets, too little time and money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    ZELM Powerplay 9900 is pretty nice. Give it a try, PM Sgbad for it. Since you are in S'pore, it should be easier for you to get one!
    I think the ZELM Powerplay 9990 , would be a bit too stiff?

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