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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. ramadasr

    ramadasr Regular Member

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    9000c was out of stock on day 1. Also looking today, prices have gone up .


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    Sorry i have not used 75EX . Also power really depends on your strength. I have seen people wacking with headlight racket . It really is on player.


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  3. Michaelgtj

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    I m not a really powerfull player so I pick 3U racket to make me better hard hitter player, So far I feel satisfied.
    3U but not really head heavy, bp under 300 and only stiff, not really extra stiff.

    Base on lining chart
    75ex is better swing speed
    900b is more better power.
    Do you agree with this?
     
  4. Charlie Wang

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    I've been using the n90iiistype for a couple years and now its discontinued and my rackets got stolen. Trying to get something similar but li ning names and models seem to be all over the place now.

    Anyone recommend something thats similar?

    Thanks ahead of time
     
  5. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Woahh, stolen

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    Anyone try both aeronaut 7000 and 7000b could u tell me the difference? Thanks
     
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    Yep.. sounds right . May be try the 9000c . BP is less than 300mm . I want to buy this but not before i test it .


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  8. Coolkas

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    The downside of 9000C is its a bit sluggish, it is fast, but would be better if its faster, and netplay is just average, nothing special and again, its not bad, and the feedback and feel could be better, it feels solid, but lacking if you compare it to Yonex, it just feels a little bit dampened/dull, but again just use a hard feel string and youre good(i switched from Aerobite to BG80 on this racket) :D
    What i say above, you could say it is not its weakness tho, it is just me nitpicking and comparing it to every sector to the best racket ive ever tried
    Without comparing it to other racket,it is a great racket overall
     
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    I'm not a fan of that air stream type racket, lining make this type for better control with soft and hold feel, of course fast and enough power but I think for big powerfull smash, aeronaut type not the best one to pick now.
     
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    I never try 7000 just try 7000b.
    If you like to play front double, 7000 is better because stiffer, lighter weight.
    Compare this 2,
    7000B is for attacking double player and single player.
     
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    Unfortunately I left my bag in the back of my car seat in a gated security lot because my trunk was full. Silly mistake but I usually have 4-5 same rackets for tourneys and it was all gone unfortunately.

    Now Im having a hard time replacing the same or similar rackets.
     
  12. Vivek Bagadhi

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    I am very sorry for your loss. And yeah seeing from the specs point of view, I recommend you try the Aeronaut 9000C.

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    Do you like that racket. Is it user friendly?
     
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    You are comparing this 900B or which racket is the best you have used ? And ur playing style .


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    So sorry to hear this. 4-5 rackets oops. Must be big hole in the wallet. N9ii aka TB75 nay be good one for you since u have used S type . May 900B could also be good one. Try to swing both and see how you feel .


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    Hi im now currently using astrox77 and auraspeed90k. But I wan to change to li Ning aeronaut 9000. I want to use that to play singles mostly. Im mostly use chops and quick punches. Only sometimes a killer smash. My smash is quite decently hard but I dun really use it. Any recommendations on should I gett aeronaut 9000 or other rackets
     
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    For me 7000B is good racket, quite friendly and easy to use, not really head heavy and just medium stiff, so 3U it's okay.
     
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    To the best racket that ive tried that is best in each categories (Netplay, Direct Feel: DZS,100ZZ & Defense : BS12,JPX Ltd)
    Play style i'm more into defense and counter attacking, not a hard hitter at all, and rely more to speed, angle, drop, deceptive play and finding the gap
     
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    What's the stiffness difference between the 2?
     
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    Surprised 100zz was good for you if your defensive player . May be a different opinion!!


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