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NSpeed9900 2u OR 3u?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by jencon13, Aug 24, 2013.

  1. jencon13

    jencon13 Regular Member

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    Hey, so pretty much what do you people prefer? Mainly for singles, i want to know which one most people prefer and which plays better for you, thanks! :)
    Ps: Please dont give ambiguous answers to my relatively ambiguous question, thanks :D.
     
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    For me I personally would probably
    Prefer a 2U because, it trains your wrist it's heavier then 3U. You also generate more power from a 2U if you're use to them, ask your friends to let you try them or something :)
     
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    i only have a 3u, so that's what i used to use, now i use a nanoray300
     
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    yes,i agree with you, i i only have a 3u too,thanks for your sharing.[​IMG]
     
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    any other oppinions?
     
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    Exert Regular Member

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    Oh yeah if you're not used to 2U Don't bother it will slow you down on the court , it will give you more power though, 3U if you're used to it I guess it's all personal preference :)
     
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    i only hv 3u.ive tried both 2u n 3u n for me,it both doesnt suit me for single match.it is still too light:)i usually use it for doubles as i prefered voltric or arc series for single
     
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    Regardless 2U or 3U, IMO the NS9900 is hard to handle for singles. If you really want to stick with the idea to get a NS9900, I would go for the 3U. 2U will slow you a bit down, especially if you play a game in doubles with heavy smashers.
    I would prefer an Arc 10 or 11 for singles over the NS9900, but that are only my two cents.
     
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    hmm thanks all read all comments, yeah arc 10 is my go to along with arc z, at the moment but heard things about ns9900, still looking for other opinions :) - thanks.
     
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    Wouldn't recommend the arc z , the frame is smaller also timing is different as well I think you would be better for the arc 10 :)
     
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    You might want to hold on for the Nanoray Z-Speed;). It's bloody expensive, but it appears to be an NS9900 with loads more tech jammed in. Can be had in 3U or 2U, and I suspect the 2U will handle better than expected because of the fast head.
     
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    hmm yes i think i will hold off for z-speed since the arc 10 seems to be good enough for now :) cheers all.
     

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