Astrox 88s 4U vs Auraspeed 90s 4U

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  1. Sunray7

    Sunray7 Regular Member

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    dear badminton pals

    I am currently using nanoflare 700
    Looking to get either the Astrox 88s or the AUraspeed 90s
    Mostly likely will be staying with 4U.
    Are these 2 rackets similar?


    anyone who played any of the above rackets? can kindly share some comments?
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. DinB

    DinB Regular Member

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    I have both rackets but in 3U. My personal experience is the 88s is stiffer, more head heavy, and better at smashing. The 90s feels a bit more flexible, faster, and easier to use.
     
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    How about 90s vs Li-Ning TC70/N7ii? Anyone got both?
     
  4. Mete Ozcorekci

    Mete Ozcorekci Regular Member

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    90s is more like nf700 than 88s. For my experience, 90s has better smash than nf700; it is bec, 90s is more allrounder with emphasis on speed while nf700 has more emphasis on head acceleration and more headlight compare to 90s. 88s, on the other hand, power racket with emphasis on control around net and speed. So, basically 90s will be faster and might be easier to control while not suffering much from power that much; however, you can get more power from 88s, while not suffering from speed that much.

    Personally, I really enjoy 90s and like it much more than nf700 as I sold my nf700 after I used 90s a while, but if you want something different you can go 88s, bec 90s and nf700 is similar.

    Note: all of them are 4u ofc

    Cheers
     

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