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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by tobiascra, Nov 13, 2009.
Armortec 700 is smasher dream!!!
All else being equal, a racquet with an isometric frame should not be a better smashing racquet than one with an oval shaped frame: smaller, more concentrated sweet spot for the oval frame, hence more power onto the shuttlecock.
For me it is Arc ZS Head Down.
Fast and powerful smashes and repetitively.....
BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM
Black Eye Peace~!Boom Boom Pow!They must watch badminton for making those song
apacs lethal 70 for me
Goku .. ?Coool name!I wonder you can kamehameha during match
I vote for Lethal 70
what's the maximum tension for the arcsaber z racket???i heard that power panda ultra racket can take 40 lbs string tension???and they have distributors in singapore??????
Here are the list of my racket collections????
-Yonex Nanospeed 7700
-Yonex Nanospeed 9000
-Yonex Nanospeed 9900
-Yonex Arcsaber 10
-Hart Infinite Pro 8000
-Hart Infinite Attack 888
-Fischer G Spirit
-Pro Ace ABS Power 1200
The maximum string tension for LINING N90????cuz i really like high tension string racket????
I have not seen any specs.. the n90 is very robust, so i think the N90 can take alot!! the most i have used on n90 is 33x35 nbg95 and that was no problem at all .
Well, it depends on which racket is more comfortable for you. I tried Z-Slash but not getting what I was expected. I can produce more powerful smashes using Nanospeed 9900...
Originally posted by Cooler
I quite comfortable with DMS 330 Proace previously. Just got VH 2000 apac, it is very powerful. Proace TI8 and TI11 also not bad.
Many ppl said Lethal 60 and 70 are the best.
Panda Power Ultras
Li-Ning N90 hands down...
Armortec 700 and n90
So far the best smashing racket for me is Sintec Professional 800. To unleash the power of the beast, i need to strengthen my wrist. And my smashing is simply unreturnable, even by a much better player. Unfortunately, i did not continue the wrist training, and the racket is collecting dust now.....
you must be pro then