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racket comparison

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by vivekaloor, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. vivekaloor

    vivekaloor Regular Member

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    pls suggest good racket to buy among these..intermediate level
    nanospeed 9900 vs voltric zforce vs at900p
     
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    They are all good rackets.
     
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    ns9900 is headlight while the other 2 is head heavy

    NS9900 = faster defence
    VTZF/AT900P = good for attacking/smashing
     
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    Buy the one with the nicest color. That's how I operate.
     
  5. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    i usually buy the one that attracts the most girls...so far, 0 :(
     
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    That is like comparing one end of a rainbow to the other (VTZF and NS9900) ... :eek:

    You are TEMPTING me to say, STAY IN THE MIDDLE, go get a Cab20 !! :p hehehe ... I love the Cab20 too much !!
     
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    Cab 20 is indeed a nice all around racket.
     
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    i think better go for ns9900... :) easy to handle if compared to vtzf
     
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    Put diamonds on it...
     
  11. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    i already use some of the most shiny rackets, wilson vertex, carlton vapour trail tour, and have been getting looks from dudes.....hahahahaha

    well, not that i'm actually trying to attrack attention when i'm playing since i suck! but still.......

    maybe i should really consider the diamond thing, fake ones at least....LOL
     
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    ns9900 is even balance but with a quick frame. Even according to yonex's own chart, 9900 is more head heavy than arc7!
     
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    .. and watch people scamper when you mis-hit the shuttle. :p
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    i'm wondering if you're talking about the 2u version of the ns9900 because i have used the 3u version and it's very headlight and definitely lighter in swing weight than the arc7 which i also have. if 2u is what you're talking about, then i must get that since the ns9900 is a fantastic racket and the only reason why i don't use it much is because it's headlight (to me at least :0) and i am not strong enough to get power out of a headlight racket :(
     
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    I've recently got my hands on a 2U NS9900, and it's incredible! It's probably slower than my Karakals (very few arackts aren't), but the power that it can generate is really good. Looking forward to trying the 9900 out on the courts again soon.
     
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    I always go for the 3U. Perfect for me
     
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    how much heavier is the 2u than the 3u when swung. i have the 3u and because i'm not strong, i can't generate as much power as i do with head heavy rackets. of course pros can generate power with the 3u 9900 because they have very good form. one of the admin said it's quite heavy, is that true???

    3u is just too light for me, it's very quick and responsive, but no power.
     

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