Help on what racket i should get????????

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  1. Freeze

    Freeze Regular Member

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    i have about £250 to buy t 2 new rackets but i am not sure which ones to get? bte i have nanospeed 8000 and 9900 in my collection already.
    i am currently thinking of getting a li ning n90ii and a arcsaber 8dx?
     
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    LN N90II us a good choice. I never tried 8DX.
    Mind that NS series are mainly head light, so if thats the type you are after then i believe both rackets you mentioned are not your type.
     
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    yeah trying to get a range of rackets to try out cause sometimes i lend some rackets to my doubles partner who is offensive
     
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    I personally like the 8dx and the N90II but the N90 felt slightly slower, might just be on the heavier side of the specs. My personal take on it though is that I'm not interested in paying more for a Li-Ning than a high end Yonex... I think high end yonex rackets are already too expensive and paying more than that for a racket designed and manufactured by a company who's been doing it for only 2 years or so is ridiculous.

    I'll stick with the rackets I have for now unless I try a Li-Ning that I just find to be so much superior over my existing ones that I'm willing to pay for it.
     
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    An N90II and an N50II for singles/doubles :)
     
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    Freeze i am thinking about getting the 9900, how do you find it? As i want 2 Yonex rackets, 1 head heavy, 1 even, to match my Carlton Elite and Tour.
     
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    i find it light and very fast as it is very aerodynamic and it also has a nice feel the colour looks quite slick as it is mainly black it is very good. i got it as an birthday present in hk cause my family live there.
     
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    Arc8DX is a good racket, very even balance, more solid impact compare to ns9900. Little head heavier than ns9900 and same stiffness. Swing not as quick as ns9900. Haven't try the N90II though, but I think it a head heavy racket like the armotec 700 or 900P.
     

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