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    Default Armortec 700 durability

    Hey im wondering how durable is this racket.
    will the frame crack or break from miss hit such as hitting a plastic shuttlecock with the frame? im not a very goood player, i often hit the frame when i play. should i get this racket if i play singles and i often hit the frame? if not what alternative is there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsfgiants View Post
    Hey im wondering how durable is this racket.
    will the frame crack or break from miss hit such as hitting a plastic shuttlecock with the frame? im not a very goood player, i often hit the frame when i play. should i get this racket if i play singles and i often hit the frame? if not what alternative is there?
    Should be okay. The frame crack or break only when you hit your racket on the floor or clash with another racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Should be okay. The frame crack or break only when you hit your racket on the floor or clash with another racket.
    will it be damaged when you hit the floor sometimes when you try to return smashes or drops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsfgiants View Post
    im not a very goood player, i often hit the frame when i play. should i get this racket if i play singles and i often hit the frame? if not what alternative is there?
    Have you ever broken any other racquet from your mishits and "accidents"?

    If not then I doubt you will break the AT700 the way you think you might.

    If yes then I doubt any racquet will be suitable for you until you learn you play more properly. In the mean time you can only one of those >120g training racquets which are built very thick all over each part.

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    Mishit will break your racket....IF you are stringing 27 lbs and up, and hitting real hard on the birdie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsfgiants View Post
    will it be damaged when you hit the floor sometimes when you try to return smashes or drops?
    Depends on how hard you hit on the floor. Just have to be a little bit more careful.

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    comparing to the vt70 is vt70 a lot more durable than the at700?

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