AT900 - T/P Fans Club!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Smichz, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. 3radius

    3radius Regular Member

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    zm67 or bg80 or bg66 23 to 27lbs
     
  2. Barca

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    For me, BG80 @ 25~26lbs since i started using AT900T quite a few years ago.
     
  3. alana07

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    before you have your racket strung up, do go and buy the new Muscle Power styled grommets and installed them into your new AT900T before its first stringing. these new style grommets are meant to protect your frame at the 5 o'clock and seven o'clock positions from being bitten into by the strings. part #s are AC416L-1 and AC416W-2, 1 pack each will suffice for your racket.
    mine's just been restrung with the new grommets and BG66M @ 24lbs.
     
  4. LilYoshi

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    Thanks, that's pretty good advice.
    It's been a while since I've last played, so I'm slowly getting back into it.
    Haven't played in over 7 years, gonna be a while before getting back into my glory days! mwuahah
     
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    Where can I find these new grommets in Singapore?
     
  6. fishmilk

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    I bought 3 AT900 4UG4 when they first came out and I really like them. Not tempted to switch to any new racquets but I really wish I bought the 3U instead. They were a bit heavy to me at the time but I'm sure I'd adjust, and now I can't ever seem to find the 4U's.

    On a better note, these racquets have excellent weapons of choice. When I lose, or play poorly, I know it's me and not the racquet.
     
  7. rotchanasak

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    May I joint your club? I 've just recieved AT900T 4UG5 ( only spec in THAILAND).I currently use NS9900 and NS7700 for double play.Yes they all fine ad suit for me.Oh I string them with NBG98 M23 and C25.But for some reason I play single for about 50% now.Lately I borrow my friend an AT70MG for some try about head heavy rac.The result surprice me that in single play the defendsive shot like clear and lft are so easy compare with NS series.But lack of defend and drive (speed play).After that I think it is time to me to grow and try new thing so I brough AT900T after see many review and comments.I will try this one next week and I will tell you how they work.I manage this rac in high level of satisfy.
     
  8. rotchanasak

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    So this is my result.First time to play with this weapon.
    Play with AT900T 4UG5 strung with NBG98 M21 C23
    Single 3 games,double 4 games.
    And this is only my feel base on my personal.
    The summary is,
    For the wrist base player and use nanospeed series from NS7700 upgrade to NS9900,
    very easy to use AT900T very easy to adapt to change.
    SMASH POWER
    AT900T>NS9900>NS7700
    DRIVE
    AT900T>=NS9900>NS7700
    CLEAR
    AT900T>NS9900>NS7700
    DROP
    AT900T=NS9900>NS7700
    NET SHOT
    AT900T=NS9900>NS7700
    BLOCK RETURN
    NS9900>AT900T>NS7700
    LIFT RETURN
    AT900T>NS9900>NS7700
    CONTROL
    NS9900>=AT900T>NS7700
    SPEED OF SWING
    NS9900>AT900T>=NS7700

    At last,
    you need to adjust your power if you use AT900T.Or very sharp at your accuracy.

    Comment,
    For the wrist base speed player who play with NS99OO and suit you.
    And you think you need something to fullfill your game.
    The head heavy rac will come to answer you.
    Just try it and you will find that you have many rooms to improve now.
    Let's get another level of play.
     
  9. ns9900

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    I own both AT900T 4UG4 and NS9900 as well. My assessment of both rackets are more or less the same as your's. Can't agree more. When I'm not having a good game, 1 of them will definitely bring me back to the game. :)
     
  10. rotchanasak

    rotchanasak Regular Member

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    For ns9900,as I told,this is only my personal feel.
    I own them and I love them all.
    just like you 1 of them will match your situation.
    I have problem with defendsive clear in single play and power smash in double play.
    The AT900T solved these problem but I still use NS9900 as well.
    I am not a rich man,for me only have 3 rac.
    I buy new rac for some reason.
    But every time I buy new rac,i have to improve myself for use new rac.
    BETTER RAC MEAN BETTER SKILL AND BETTER STRENGTH.
     
  11. Renmazuo27

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    What's the benefit of replacing standard grommets with continuos ones on these rackets?
     
  12. Yoppy

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    not much, beside your racket will be at least 0.05 gram heavier :)
     

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