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need help plz, nanospeed 9900, nanoray 700rp or li-ning ?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Chanetak, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. Chanetak

    Chanetak Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'm French and I'm going to Kuala Lumpur next week and I need help.

    1. I don't know which one I should buy.
    I only play double, high level. I tried nanoray 700rp and I loved it. My friend said nanospeed 9900 would be the best for me, what do you think ? I would like to try li-ning racquets also, I heart n50 was good for double ?

    I have Voltric 5 and Arcsaber 002, and I really felt the difference when I tried nanoray 700rp.

    2. I don't know where I can buy racquets in KL, help ! (no fake please !)

    Thank you for your help
     
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    i have nr700rp, ns9900, arc002, and n50. just to let you know, nanoray700 and nanospeed9900 is very similar, at least the 3u version of the ns9900. arc002 is even balance with a very flexible shaft, so it's going to be very different than the head light nanoray700 and nanospeed9900. the n50 is going to be the heaviest as far as swing weight is concerned, by far!! it's even heavier than an arc10 2u. the only racket heavier than the n50 is the n90 which feels like Thor's hammer. since you're playing at a high level, n50 might be what you're looking for, great power, solid feel, even balance racket!!!
     
  4. Chanetak

    Chanetak Regular Member

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    Thanks Alfahmad and gundamzaku.

    In France you can't choose 2U or 3U, can you tell me the difference ?

    Do you guys know Lee CHong Wei sports arena ? A Malaysian friend of mine told me to go there to buy my racquet. What do you think ?
     
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    I wouldn't go to LCW sports arena. Prices there are exorbitant even after discount. Try pertama complex, SP Lee in kuchai, AJ rackets in puchong should have pretty good deals.
     
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    you can go to Perfect sport in Puchong. Thier price is very attractive. i just got a nanoray 800 from them yesterday. Modern Sport in PJ is good as well. Get a Voltric Z force from David 2 days ago.
     
  7. Chanetak

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    Hi, actually i was thinking about nr800, because i dont know if im gonna find ns9900. How much was it ? I was at mid valley megamall, and maybe its just me, but everything was overpriced ! Badminton stuff and other. Thanks for your reply
     
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    The 2 mentioned sport is giving 35% discount from the rrp including string and grip.they have wide range of selection over there.hahaha....
     
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    You still can find ns9900 here.the purple edition or original edition.
     
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    for tourist, maybe its easier for you to go direct sport in 1utama shopping mall, pj. pm me if u need direction.
     
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    good idea. I wouldn't go to LCW sports arena. Prices there are exorbitant even after discount.[​IMG]
     
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    Mid valley is not the place to really look for badminton stuff. Even their regular clothings are expensive. A somewhat decent place would be pertama complex next to Sogo in KL. There's quite some selection there with decent discount. I think you can get a 30% discount. You don't need the hassle to run around Puchong or Kota Damansara to find the place in a cab. Taxi driver might take you all round the world.



     
  13. Chanetak

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    Thank you all, I bought my green nanospeed 9900ltd at pertama complex, 600rm with bg66 string and grip.

    I just hope it's not a fake racket.
     
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    well judging from the price you paid for the racket it sounds about right, $1USD = $3.04MYR and i'm assuming you're in Malaysia. actually, 196 is considered cheap in California, USA, at least in the san francisco bay area especially your limited edition!!!
     
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    I hope it's right ! Plus, I ask him to put a 25 tension for the string, the racket is still okay, and the guy said until 30, no problem, so I think it's genuine. Yeah I also think I got a good price.
     
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    Well that is not the best bargain in town.but nevertheless u still get a good deal.some other place u can get another Rm20 cheaper.to me as a tourist, u already get a good price.
     
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    Its a good price. For Rm20 he might get lost somewhere else or taxi take him round the world costing him more than Rm 20. A friend bought just the regular nanospeed black for RM 600 in pertama too a few months back.
     
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    25lbs is average and you have nothing to worry about. of course 30lbs will probably void your warranty but i've had people string it higher than 30 and the racket is perfectly fine. it's a great racket, enjoy!!!
     

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