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Nanoray 300R max string tension!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by cuonghn8, Dec 12, 2016.

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    cuonghn8 New Member

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    Hello all,

    I've just purchased a new http://www.sunriseclick.com/1887/Yonex-Badminton-Racquets/Nanoray-300-R-(NR300R).

    It surprised me (in a bad way) with the max string tension, 19 lbs - 22 lbs. It's 3U, stiff shaft but can only allow 22 lbs max.?

    The old model Nanoray 300, after searching for reviews. It can be strung much higher than 22 lbs. I though this one is the upgrade model with new technology?

    Even with Nanoray 20/60 4U, it can be strung at 24lbs max. Any thoughts, guys? Has anyone tested this racket?

    Anyway, I went a head and got it strung at 24lbs. I'll pick it up and test it tomorrow. Hopefully I can pick it in one piece :D
     
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    how's the racket for you? i'm thinking of purchasing it as well but same surprised to find it limited to only 22lbs.


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    Bought 2 from Sunrise. Strung with 24 lbs and no problems so far.

    Happy smashing :)

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    cool thanks! is it really stiff? i read another post somewhere that it's actually abit flex (which would suit me as a advanced-beginner)


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    Yes, a bit flex, not that stiff that you find in Z Force series.

    I don't know what "advanced beginner" mean :) I'd say it suits you if you play regularly 2,3 sessions/week for 1+ year.

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    i mean i used to play when i was young but not often. i have the basics but looking to pick it up again for exercise :)

    thanks!


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    I see. Hope you'll like it :)

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