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Nanogy 99 vs zymax 65

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by stopdrop, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. stopdrop

    stopdrop Regular Member

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    I want to try out the zymax 65 on my 3u bs09 at 28lbs but am worried about how long the strings will last. Should I just go with my go to string nanogy 99 or try the zymax 65.( I use this racquet for doubles, front man;control based/ defense) Can someone compare the two?
     
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    The NBG99 will definitely be more durable than the ZM65 but both are good strings so imo just stick with the NBG99.
     
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    but NG99 costs 3x more than ZM65
     
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    my stringer charges one price for all strings
     
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    dsmbooster Regular Member

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    wow, then NG99 is the choice, I don't know how he can do it, may be he cut back on his stringing fee?
     
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    he's a really nice guy and always does a fantastic job
     
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    Or his baseprice is calculated on the most expensive string. That way he would make a lot more money on the cheaper strings :)
     
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    Just got ngy 99 at 28lbs on bs09 feels freaking awesome
     

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