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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by UchihaIyer, Aug 11, 2007.
It was a 3U. Can't tell you about the AT700 but I'm positive about the AT900T.
As far as I am aware, he use's 3UG4 for all of his rackets. Including AT900T and AT700 (old)
i remember ants saying that he used a 4u at700.
I think he used both weight versions, there is a photo on this forum that ants posted of one of TH rackets, and it was 3UG4
4u AT700 ,I dont see any point in that ! and I guess it wont be that popular
I have a question about the armortec 900T. I tried one today and unfortunately it was a 4u racket. I found the power wasn't nearly what I am used to. I use a z-force (4u) currently and am looking for a new backup racket. I'm really between the at900t and the voltric 80. probably would get 3u either way but my main concern is whether the 3u armortec 900 is going to be much more of a hard hitter then the 4u? and whether or not the voltric 80 might also be a better option?
any help is welcome!
A friend of mine is facing a similar dilemma. Which racquet to choose between AT900T, VT80 and VTZF if one desires a head heavy racquet that generates the most power of the 3 mentioned options? Thanks in advance!