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I need comments on NR-ZSP

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Spadroliken, Nov 22, 2013.

  1. Spadroliken

    Spadroliken Regular Member

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    Hey all! I'm looking to buy a NR-ZSP but before I do so, I need some comments with regards to the pros and cons of the racquet. I prefer head-heavy racquets but well-balanced is just fine.
     
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    Are you joking?? 66 pages in the topic on the same page aren't enough??
     
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    Well based on compiling a little bit of data, the frame is like a z slash and z force combined the sides are wider, may have lots of mis hits. From what I heard this isn't head light it's HH. If you can't hit the sweet spot consistently you might want to rethink what you want to buy. It's more of a Voltric then a nanoray. If you want
    More info just goto to the z speed thread as swunk said there's pages of info on it...
     
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    Just look at the unusual number of resales in the Sell/Buy forum... ;)
     
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    I have a three-word comment.

    The middle word is "of".
     
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    Work of wonder? ;) :p
     
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    weapon of gods?
     
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    Very of-fended actually
     
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    I hope the OP is not a Singaporean .....
     
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    Piece of sh**
     
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    ^ i think you missed the joke :(
     
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    Piece of art
     

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