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Review of Yonex NanoSpeed 6000.

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. Elixau

    Elixau Regular Member

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    I like the old colour of NS6k, hehe xD
     
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    I second it. :p
     
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    2010 new colour

    3rd generation Nanospeed 6000

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    Flex: Steif (Stiff)
    Balance: Grifflastig (Headlight)
    Frame: Graphite, Elastomer, Nano Carbon
    Shaft: High Modulus Graphite, Nano Carbon
    Weight: 85-89g (3U)
    Price: CHF 229.- (~$220 USD)
     
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    i just bot a nanopseed 6000 from wah sang in causeway bay for hkd850 and its the old colour, gold stripes on 3 and 9 oclock on frame. on the shaft it says nanocarbon and matrix c60. i notice on the yonex website, its suppose to have fullerene in the shaft. is there something inconsistent here? did i just buy a fake or are only the newest generation ones built with fullerene?
     
  5. RyomaEchizen

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    Stiff? Wow, i thought N6k's only come in flexible..
     
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    Good spot ;). Just checked the website again and they have changed it to flexible (for a minute thought I had wrongly pasted the NS7000 specs but not the case)
     
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    well got the racket now...great racket.
    love it!
     
  8. RyomaEchizen

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    I got this racket too! That's why I kinda corrected you because i was so surprised at first how my smash weren't working... Then I realized i must changed my timing and wait for the racket to flex back before hitting with immense power... someone noted already the amount of energy you put into smashing with a head heavy racket is less when using NS6k while having the smash with the same power. I personally like this racket and should be more praised. The control it provides is quite the sexy beast. :)
     
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    can anyone agreed that NS6000 is the best defend racket compare to NS9900 ?Bcoz NS6000 have the lightest head in all series based on yonex chart.
     
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    My experience with NS 6000 has been mixed. It is an excellent control racket, with my drops and net play second to none. It is very fast with the drives. But attack wise, I am pretty disappointed. The smashes are kind of weak and clears too take a bit more power than my liking.
     
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    wat string and tension u use?
     
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    String is BG 66 @ 25.
     
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    bro, try 27lbs.. u will c the difference.. in terms of power and more control..
     
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    Will try it and let you know.
     

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