Replacement for yy at 900t

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  1. alan326

    alan326 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,
    My at900t was broken:crying:
    I'm now looking for a replacement for it (stiff, even balance to slight head heavy)
    Is nanoray series a good choice?
    Thanks guys
     
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    harsono05 Regular Member

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    i just bought nanoray 800. and i also play with AT900T and AT 800D. nanoray superior in both defense and drive compare to AT. but in power for smashing AT is better. I feel nanoray 800 lack of power even i hit in sweet spot. Different type of racket for different style of playing. if i played defense game i would use my nanoray. and for heavy bang2 game i would use AT. and nanoray 800 paint is bad, and heard it quite fragile.
     
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    PinkDawg Regular Member

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    If you're interested in AT900T still, you can buy it from mybadmintonstore!
     
  4. alan326

    alan326 Regular Member

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    I'm wondering nr900 or nr z-speed.
    Wanna try headlight & stiff racket:)
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    voltric 70 would be very close. i have both, they play similar. nanoray is a good choice but some of the rackets are even balance as opposed to head heavy which is what the at900t was.
     
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    I would try VT70, too. Good allround racket, slightly head heavy, very good cotrol, enough power.
     
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    I played for years with the AT900T and the VT70 really disappointed me, as it was way too flexible compared to AT900T. If you can get a hold of Victor SW35 or MX80 I really recommend you try them, because both have the stiffness and the solid feeling that made me fell in love with the AT900T, the VT70 lacks in both these areas imo.
     
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    Whats the name of your badminton store?
     
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    I am a AT900T user for 3years and switched to Arc8DX last year. The 8DX is less head heavy and a bit more stiff than 900T. To me, it has much better defense and almost the same power as 900T. And after several month's trying, I am now totally stick to 8DX and sold all my 900T...
     
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    z-speed is not head light.

    I would advise to look at victor meteor & thruster line. mx60, mx90, tk-6000, tk-9000
     
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    Nope. There's nothing in Yonex's current line-up that compares to their AT line. I still use my AT 700s but sold my VT80. The feel wasn't the same.
     
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    AT800 DEF is must better than NR800 from both defence and offence perspective!
     
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    NR900 would be headlight and stiff. I would choose NR900 over NR800.
     

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