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    Camelsports info can be found somewhere in here.

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    @easy tiger
    What is the stiffness of the LN racket in comparison to the AT900t ?

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    Through manual flexing it seems marginally less stiff than the 900T, but out on court it seems stiffer. I think that's because it's more even balanced so has less head weight.

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    hahah let me try when i come back

    btw, i actually really like the design from the pics

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    It's not a complete shocker, it's just that against the best looking rackets out there, she comes up a bit short.

    I'm horrified that I don't really care.
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    reminds of the ns99k

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    Bit early in the morning to be blind, isn't it

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    hahaha for me, it' just been a really long night, all good to still be blind

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    Tiger, maybe you, or someone else can explain this to me. I really don't get this stuff that some racquets are for doubles and some for singles. Why?
    I hardly ever play singles, frankly I'm too old for singles and don't have the speed, but I can play doubles fine with a Z slash, and yet I keep reading that it isnt good for doubles. What's the theory behind that?

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    Oh and from the pics, your new racquet looks fine to me, nice bright cheerful colors. I like it well enough, but if you're not impressed, well, designs and colors are pretty secondary anyway, it's the performance that counts.

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    I think it's just a 'gap between theory and reality' thing, Grotius, perpetuated by marketing and the need to pay single's players wages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grotius View Post
    Oh and from the pics, your new racquet looks fine to me, nice bright cheerful colors. I like it well enough, but if you're not impressed, well, designs and colors are pretty secondary anyway, it's the performance that counts.
    I'm a designer by trade, you see, so I want it all.

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    18 hours of court time......still my go-to racket!

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    im impressed

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    Would be interesting to compare it to Tritnity 2.

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    I'm glad you have found an intermediate racket to suit your intermediate skills mate. This just goes to show that you have to pick a racket that suits your badminton skills and not buy the top-of-the-range ones, because they may just be a little too stiff for you

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    Yeah unlike you I'm not a 'pro' that likes stiff ones.

    [Actually all the top end rackets I have are less stiff than the 100C, but don't let that get in the way of a good story!]

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