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YONEX NanoRay 800

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by YY_PLAYER, Jul 9, 2012.

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  1. concretemad

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    :crying: its again 3u/4u combination. is it the end of 2u rackets era?

    why need a 4u for a headlight racket?
     
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    Because people who use head light rackets want to get the extra maneuverability, so no point in making heavy rackets imo. If you like heavy and head heavy rackets, you should probably stick with Voltric until they release their next Power line.
     
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    The rackets are aimed at "drivers" - there's your answer;).
     
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    Even balanced rackets for the win
     
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    You guys feel free to buy the NanoRay800. I'm not asking you not to buy. For those who have budget, can always buy now and buy later again. If you can wait, you wait. If cannot wait Nanoray800 is good also. :)
     
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    why the Z? does haven't more pieces in the head frame makes it stronger?
     
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    i have both 700s, if the 800 is going to be similar to one of the two 700s then i'll wait :)
     
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    Fullerene, X-Fullerene, Toughlex, Sonic Metal... why so many names?
     
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    Welcome to the world of marketing my friend ;). Most of these terms are fancy schwancy names. Not saying it doesnt make a difference, but keep that in mind :).

    Ants, you are not helping here with your NR900 hints :p. Might just pick up this one and see how it fares. I used to play NanoSpeeds when I was young, maybe a return is fit now.
     
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    different material different names
     
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    personally i prefer heavy headlight racket and yes, stiif one. oldschool perhaps....

    all my ti10 and ns9900 are 2u.
     
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    I love the 3U
     
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    When will it available at Malaysia store for me to purchase?
     
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    1 shop in skudai already made a preoder for this racket..the price is rm870..btw it is JP code for that price.
     
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    In terms of specs, it seems to be some sort of Nanospeed/Arcsaber combo - you have the fast repulsion with high stiffness with (maybe its a gut feeling or I read it somewhere) - that it has some more oomph then the NS... so comparison if possible to the Arc10? My friend is willing to buy one if its close enough in spec.
     
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    Nanospeed has 2U version.....
     
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    Is this available in Singapore?
     
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    Where (or when) could yuo buy this racket in EU ? No leak from Yonex ;S , C'mon the olympics are finished ^^ let us enjoy this beauty.
     
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    #79 slice99, Sep 6, 2012
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