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Yonex Armortec 700 SP/IP (Gen II)
by Edwin Cheah Date Added: Sunday 09 August, 2009
I now owns a AT700Limited version.
Well, i could say it is an extremely head heavy racket, perfect for offensive players.
It feels solid when you swing it. (well, it is the most head heavy racket in the Yonex production line.)
Its not easy to get used to it.
It does not work with wrist actions. If you use your wrist during smashes for this racket, i think you might get an injury pretty easy.
It is a total full arm swing racket.
You need a very strong arm to play well with it.
It is not suitable for beginners at all.

So, anyone who they have really powerful smashes, combined with control abilities, I would say they will like this racket well.

And for others, if you want to learn to pick up a head heavy racket, try some other range of head heavy rackets like Ti-10 (although it says head light). Otherwise, you would suffer from this racket and you might give up, as many of my friends tried using my racket and they gave up.

AT700 is the best offensive racket overall, it's my all time favourite.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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