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YONEX NanoRay 800

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

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  1. soulsync

    soulsync Regular Member

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    Midpoint E Lin is selling at rm600 wif grip n string.Dun think is same price as NR700 :)
     
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    The latest information

    Nanoray 800 retail price will be same like VT ZF.

    after 30% RM560 including string and grips will be rm600
     
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    Choeng....where is the shop u r referring?
     
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    Referring Sunrise Company.

    And The price get it from my friend was working in sunrise company
     
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    :eek: Same prices as VT-ZF. Tough competition then. VT-ZF or NR800 or VT-ZF or NR800?!? :confused:
     
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    Update: got mine today's noon. Already played this afternoon. Its 3U5...bought from Pertama Sports, Bangi. RRP rm799. Bought rm580 (foc bg66um+ac102 grip). Strung @26lbs using ES5ProtechIt really amazing and nice color! Only for SP coded, job painting really mediocre
     
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    Buy both...VTZF for smashing, NR800 for defense...
     
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    One of Single and another one for double.... its will be great ideal ?
     
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    Here in The Netherlands, it will arrive at shops this week, so may be available next week.
     
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    3u feels bit heavy....surprisingly i can swing and manouver faster. U guys should grab it faster. Worth to buy for playing double
     
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    Hmmm did saw the racket today @ E Lin and initial impression was okay only
    Paint color is average and doesnt really standout :p matter of preference i guess
    I like the ArcSaber I-Slash color and design in this case
    The frame itself felt pretty stiff, while dry swing feels normal only ... wonder how it plays on actual game
    Doesnt feel aerodynamic or fast in swing, the N80 felt better with solid weight and smoother swing
    Bro samsudds, how does it play compare to N80 or Victor BS series ?
     
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    IMHO. NR800 is not only for 'Defense' but also for '"Attack" - provided the technique is right. This is just the matter of how well you can optimize the performance out of this racket.

    Can someone please share your review? Can't wait.....:p
     
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    Can't wait till I can get my hands on this for doubles. Only question is, how powerfull will it be :p. MX80 is a bit slow for doubles (imo) but LOOOOVE the power it has to thunder down birdies.

    CarbonexFan, what shop are you referring to in NL? If the release date for Belgium is way later, I might pick it up in a shop in the "north" ;).
     
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    I am also very interested to know how's the "Smashing" of NR800 as compare to VT70. Considering both of these rackets. :D
     
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    Applogize since im only using Yonex all the while....cant say much compare to others
     
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    smashing-wise, vt70 better with slim shaft and head heavy....NR800 known as "King of Drive", wut else...:)
     
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    samsudds, can you compared it to NS9900 or NS8000, in term of smashing power and swing speed? or maybe write a review if possible :)
     
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    i owned NS9900 only. Compare both NR800 and NS9900, i still figuring out...coz i juz played 2hrs yesterday with NR800...and i'm sux at reviewing stuff:))
     
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    Tried this racket on last Sunday and now just have time to do review.

    Physically, the racket is feeling like AT800, but is too weak on attack smash, feeling like couldn't press down the shuttle. Advantage is really fast swing, it could help defending smash, but doubt that can last long. Just feeled like not suitable for me.

    For those who like to play defense, probably is a good choice for you guys.

    p/s: I was trying 3U.
     
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    Well said bro....
     

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