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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Licin, Feb 27, 2013.
Another work of art by Evil Empire :
Simple yet elegant design by no other than Evil Empire themselves.
Following NR 700 and NR 800 footsteps, NR 750 will come in 3U and 4U.
is this true?
Well, if you want to be confirmed then you should wait for the official announcement from Yonex. However, we usually do refer to this so called leaked information.
I wonder how this will compare to the Nano Ray 800? I do like the design of this racket better than the Nano Ray 800.
NR800 is quite colorful similar as Arc FB, while NR750 is simpler and neat, just like VT80PG, Arc10PG.
Yonex name NR 800 king of Drive. What would they name this one?
Queen of rally ?
If NR750 a Queen of rally, it has some sort of like special ability to restore our stamina when it is necessary
I vote for Prince of Interception, since queen nickname has been voted my Mr. claw
Any guess on price range?
Come on, Yonex - never mind making rackets between ones you've already got! Make with the NR900 already!
is that supposed to debut yet at all england next wk?
I very much doubt it, but I'll be keeping an eye out... on the three days we get it televised.
I'm prepared to stake real money there won't be any NR750s, though.
Shouldn't have left out:
My bad i left it out.
Thanks demolidor .
Announced officially now: http://www.yonex.co.jp/news/2013/05/1305141600.html
This is supposed to be the successor of the NS7700 (seems you need to throw 20KM/H faster to score a threepointer now )
going with the white
I wished Yonex went all white with this racket. FB technology incorporated into this racket?
Please let that be true. I've been waiting for a true successor to the NS7700 for years now.