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Help me for the best alternative

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ice_dragon, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. ice_dragon

    ice_dragon Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I've looked around and I cant seem to find any answers.

    I've havn't had my yonex NS9000x for half a year and I've half cracked it -.-' but still playable xD.

    Basically, rather than buyin another NS9000x, I wanna know the best other alternative to the NS9000x.

    Thanks in advance

    ice_dragon
     
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    Danstevens Regular Member

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    NS9900?

    What sort of budget are you working to?
     
  3. ice_dragon

    ice_dragon Regular Member

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    Hi,
    It would be best if it was under 60 pounds.

    I was thinking on the lines of:
    tactic namiblade 9000 and apacs nano 9000 speed

    and if you know a place where i could either demo or trial it, it would be best.

    Thanks

    *edit* if any one could sell me their nanospeed for that price I would buy it.. preferably good condition
     
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    I'd go for the Apacs Nano 9000 speed. I don't know of anywhere that does demos but the N9000S was made with the intentions of "cloning" the NS9000 from Yonex so I doubt there will be any problems. It's a little more flexible but I think you'll be fine.

    Make a [WTB] (want to buy) thread in the buy and sell forum and see if anything comes up. Obviously, another NS9000X is the best solution
     
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    Thanks Dan
    will do a wtb


    for all u BCers, I will also consider other alternatives to the nanospeed 9000 x

    thanks in advance ^^
     

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