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Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by nikhit5, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. nikhit5

    nikhit5 Regular Member

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    Hello guys,
    I have a yonex nanospeed 9900 JP
    I am a offensive player!!
    Can you guys tell me which is the best string and best tension suited for offensive play!!!!



    With regards,
    NIK
     
  2. faiyazk

    faiyazk Regular Member

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    how hard can/do you hit?
    any strings you have used before that we could then use to find a comparable string?

    I have a NS2000 as a backup with bg80 at 25lbs.

    also wats your budget? More powerful strings sacrifice in durability usually.
     
  3. nikhit5

    nikhit5 Regular Member

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    I really hit smashed very hard....
    I have used BG65 and all types of Li-NING Strings.... strung at 28 lbs
    they last 2moths...

    Just suggest the strings... and dont care about the budget as i save a lot for badminton!!!
     
  4. Blitzzards

    Blitzzards Regular Member

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    I understand that you said to have tried all types of Li Ning strings but have you tried NS95? I find it pretty much the most durable Li Ning string and I use it at 32-34lbs. It felt to me that it is more resilient and durable than the thickest Yonex strings [BG65] which I have used at the same tension range.
     
  5. nikhit5

    nikhit5 Regular Member

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    Yeah i know about that but i wanted to try some good yonex strings!!
     
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    Blitzzards Regular Member

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    In my experience there is no Yonex string as of yet that is equally as durable AND as resilient as the Li Ning NS95 :cool:
     
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    OK.. thanks...
     

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