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Review for Carlton nanopower 9900

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by niteeshs, May 25, 2007.

  1. niteeshs

    niteeshs Regular Member

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    I did not see any review for this racket anywhere. Would like to have your views on this racket in case you have used it.
     
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    good racket!!:D
     
  3. niteeshs

    niteeshs Regular Member

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    Thanks Marc. Any more updates? How is the feel, power of smash, clear etc?
     
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    marckevin20 Regular Member

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    i will rate that 1-10

    feel - 8.5

    power of smash - 9 (it depends what string you will use.mine is BG-85)


    clear - 9

    control - 9

    defense - 8.5

    maneuverability - 8

    over-all: good racket.
     
  5. marckevin20

    marckevin20 Regular Member

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    i always use that racket because it is a good racket. but for me, there is something wrong, the handle. because it is too SMALL. :D now, i'm using armortec 900 power. :D
     
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    You could use an overgrip that fits your hand size. Antway, thanks for the update.
     
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    I don't think he's talking about the size of the wood, i think he's talking about the length. Am i right marckevin20?
     
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    he's referring to the length of the handle, i'm pretty sure.
    carlton handles are known to be quite a bit shorter than yonex handles for example.
     
  9. marckevin20

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    yes!you are both right david and chickenpoodle!! the length of the handle. i want the handle of the yonex Armortecs!
     

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