Do you think i should get the Babolat aeropro 2013?

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  1. Francis27

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    i actually just got a new racket the head youtek ig instinct mp and i only used it for literally 2 hours it looks completely new with no scratches or anything but i kind of want that Babolat aeropro. im planning on selling it and just add some money to be able to buy the aeropro. Should i sell my instinct mp or just keep it?

    PS dont say just keep both :p
     
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  2. jonnyboi09

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    Go for it!!! I love the Aeropro Drive GT and also plan on buying the 2013.:)
     
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  3. Steve Huff

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    Yes!! Help the economy.
     
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  4. Francis27

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    I need to sell my head youtek ig instinct then just add some money to get it :)
     
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  5. Francis27

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    Thanks Andy
     
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  6. El Diablo

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    Can you REALLY not make a decision like this on your own? This makes me sad.
     
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  7. derickyan

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    yes, i heard its better than the older versions, and its only couple bucks more!
     
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  8. Andyroo10567

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    Let him do what he wants. It's a forum. A place to ask and discuss. Is he not allowed to ask questions?
     
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  9. MikeHitsHard93

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    Who cares? Lol.
     
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  10. couch

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    Get it. You'll play like Rafa- guaranteed!
     
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  11. prjacobs

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    Can we assume that you've actually played with the aeropro and want it... Or do you just want it?
    If it's the latter, get it. It won't really matter :) .
    Have fun....
     
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  12. MikeHitsHard93

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    No matter what, the aeropro drive will always be a super popular stick and you will more than likely be happy with your purchase :)
     
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  13. Francis27

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    I really want this stick and i just got this IG instinct barely used! But atleast if i sell it, it will buy fairly fast
     
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  14. quest01

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    I say go for it. I'm a big fan of the aero pro drives so I'm looking into them too.
     
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  15. Muppet

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    Why not get the Babolat, then compare it with the Head over the course of a few months. Sell the one you don't like as much.
     
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  16. MikeHitsHard93

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    Great idea^ I'm considering this as well with a couple used sticks.
     
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  17. aussierocks

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    Go with the Tecnifibre 305, much better stick, more control and is not as expensive. Definitely demo the 305!! You will not be disappointed.
     
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  18. A.Motoki.S

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    the aeropro may take some time to get used to if you've never used it before due to the aero modules ... it may require a different swing style compared to your instinct
     
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  19. IA-SteveB

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    I would at least demo it before making an impulse buy. Who go through the bother of buying without at least a test hit?
     
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  20. Volley123

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    Not if you have any arm issues. TW review notes that it feels stiff, even with active cortex. Demo it first. A cool PJ looks good on a display, and when the novelty wears off, comfort is key.
     
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  21. Federerkblade

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    Spot on. However from tw video review the plus one seems the one to buy
     
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  22. KenC

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    You do know you should buy racquets in pairs, right? Nothing worse than being on the cusp on winning a set when a string breaks and you have to pull out some very different racquet in a match. So buy at least 2, and if you don't have immediate access to a stringer I suggest buying 3 or more.
     
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  23. aussierocks

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    Try the Trcnifibre 305, plays very similar to the APD, but much softer on the arm and cheaper than the APD. The 305 is hidden gem, plays amazing, definitely give it s try!!
     
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