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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by bratt pua, Nov 17, 2010.
These are my collection Have a Look!
Nano Sensation 800
Sad that no one wants to be a fan. No worries! I'm here!!! and I love my Yang Yang Quantum Saber 5000.
Lol I would be a fan but I never got to try a Yang Yang racket :/
How do you like your Berlin and Cologne rackets...how do they compare and which do you prefer? Thanks for any info!
thanks. I would be a fan but I never got to try a Yang Yang racket too
I have Yang Yang Willpower 9000... very light feel...always miss hit...
I have yangyang willpower 1000!!!! Aybody interested pm me... Tq
sorry...willpower 1000 not willpower 9000....
i would like to know as well, since i have never owned a yang yang and have been thinking about buying one of the two listed here since they are on sale as well
I went ahead and ordered a Berlin...should get here tomorrow. I'm no expert, but I'll let you know what I think.
Well, broke a string halfway through first game on a slight, not very hard, mis-hit, so no report yet.
Figure on replacing the string if you get one....they had a kind of "pingy" or "twangy" sound...maybe they used old banjo strings.
It was a closeout racket, so maybe they were quite old/brittle.
I've played a few times now with this racquet and I think i like it. It's a fairly light, quick, maneuverable defensive racket. Head light, but not excessively so, even with an overgrip. No problem with clears if you hit in the sweet spot, but not the most powerful smashing racket, as is to be expected. As stated before, count on replacing the strings...I had re-strung with BG65 at 22#. I noticed the top cross-string was missing, too, from the factory, probably contributing to the break....my un-expert $.02 worth.
Yang Yang Enviro Star 3000, 5000, 6000.
I & a group of my playing buddy have used the above Yang Yang rackets for the last 4 years, love it, good control, repulsive esp back hand, light feeling easy to maneuver. decided to try their Pro range later this month.
It is recommended to use thinner string like 65-66 micron thickness. BG 65 / 70 micron is too thick !
I got YANG YANG GOLD NANO 7000 love every second play with it. This is head light racket with mid stiff shaft 3U.
I'm using ONLY Yang Yang Environ 9000. Its my favourite racket. Yang-Yang just fazed out the entire model. I can't seem to get them anywhere. Anyone can help me by telling me where to look for this racket in KL, I would be very thankful.