Racquet prices at Brown's

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  1. ibaniski

    ibaniski Regular Member

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    Hey.. I need to buy a beginners racquet, and I've been looking over Brown's web page for prices. Can someone tell me if the prices for the following racquets are real/cheap/expencive:

    49.99CAD Wilson Pro Staff Graphit,
    59.99CAD Wilson Pro Staff Kevlar,
    59.99CAD Yonex ISO 62 MF Light
    59.99CAD Black Knight Carbo-Knight
    49.99CAD Black Knight Fury

    Ofcourse, Im just starting to play badminton, so I have no idea how does the prices of these racquets vary. If you think that I could get some of these racquets for cheaper prices pleaste post or PM me.

    Everyone thanks for your input, it really would be appreciated,
    Ilija
     
  2. Traum

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    $60 for the Yonex Iso 62 MF Lite seems pretty good.

    -Rick
     
  3. bigredlemon

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    Aero Pro Ti for $60 at sportmart. Good intermediate racquet... though if you are an absolute noob you'll want something more flexible like the MF. I don't think you'll go wrong with either, though you'll need strong arms for the aero pro ti because it's a) heavy, b) head heavy, and c) stiff. If you have poor technique or very very weak arms, you should get the 62MF since it's a) head light, b)somewhat heavy, c) flexible.
     
  4. Ugly_FootWurk

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    I sent you a private message..
     

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