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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by New_Guy04, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. New_Guy04

    New_Guy04 Regular Member

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    i was looking through the review section and was looking through the racket slim-10... i realized how popular it was among ppl... that is , b4, it cracked... the racket seems to be one of the most popular racket out of the yy rackets, but it seemed to have a big durability problem..

    i am guessing the durability issue comes from the fact that slim 10 has a very thin frame (therefore, it is light), so it breaks easily. this is when i came up with the thought...

    the new nanospeed rackets have nano technology in them... they are supposed to have small amount of material, and yet produce a very durable racket... so i was thinking, why not use the technology to produce slim 10. the durability issue might be solved if this happens, and yet it would still have a similar performance ( i think...:p ) since it would still be light...
     
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    Quick - get on the phone to Yonex ;)
     
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    ns7000/8000/9000 technology still superior to slim 10, with or without nanotube or buckyball.
     

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