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Yonex Nanospeed 5000, 4500, 850, 800.

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by happycar, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    I have a nanospeed 800 i would say it is stiff because it doesnt bend alot
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    there is going to be a new a racket
    the nanospeed 6600 to replace the 6000
    arcsaber 9FL (for ladies) placing the arcsaber 9
    arcsaber 5dx replacing the arcsaber 5
     
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    sri_badcen Regular Member

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    hey drew tze en how did you find out ..?
     
  4. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    i found out from someone i know
    but i have a picture of nanospeed 6600
    yonex arent releasing any pictures because they dont want fake yonex rackets
    [​IMG]
     
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    i've gotten hold of a NS850. Its definetely the most head heavy of the NS series, feel is good, but it seems that it's bigger brothers feel more solid. it's stiff, and provides good offense as well as defence. it's made in taiwan so not too expensive as to the ones made in japan. i've strung mine with bg 85 at 28lbs and it feels good :).
     
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    Hi all,

    Currently i'm have ARMORTEC 70 MEGA G2, it's a head heavy racket. Rite now i'm looking more defensive racket like nanospeed. I saw one shop sell NS4500 and NS5000 at RM299. Which one should i buy since my budget is around RM300. and maybe you all can suggest other model that can suit my requirement.tq
     
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    NS4500 & NS5000 are almost the same anyway, you can just choose whichever color that suits you.
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    A Nanospeed 850 is cheaper than the Nanospeed 4500 and 5000
    and is good !
     
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    I went to AJ Puchong yesterday. They offer me RM420 for this racket. Definitely over my budget..hehehe
     
  10. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    What is your budget again ?
     
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    My budget is below RM300..
     
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    ite now the NS model that suit my budget is :

    NS4500 = RM299 @ AJ Puchong
    NS5000 = RM99 @ Hock Eng Bangi
    NS850 = RM2++ @ AJ Puchong

    Maybe NS5000 is not an option because some say that it out of production. And now i have NS4500 and NS850 to choose. The different between this two is :

    NS4500:
    Flex:Medium
    Frame:Graphite
    Shaft:Fullerene, H.M. Graphite
    Weight/Grip size:3U (85-89.9) G3
    Made in Japan

    NS850:
    Flex:Stiff
    Frame:H.M.Graphite, CARBON NANOTUBE, SUPER HMG
    Shaft:H.M.Graphite, CARBON NANOTUBE
    Weight/Grip size:3U(85.0-89.9g)/G3,4,5
    Made in Taiwan

    Any opinion?
     
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    RM99 ?!? @@
    anyway, NS4500 is their mid-end racket, where as NS850 is lower end.
    for another RM50 extra to get a Japan made mid-end racket is really a good bargain.

    NS850 is very slightly head heavier than NS4500
     
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    Sorry,

    NS4500 = RM299 @ AJ Puchong
    NS5000 = RM299 @ Hock Eng Bangi
    NS850 = RM2++ @ AJ Puchong
     
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    Thanks kkwm83..
     
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    where to find ns 850 in kedah or penang?
     
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    i got nanospeed 5000 which strung at 26 lbs with bg 66 ultimax.. good control and handling. is a good racket ^_^
     
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    nanospeed 850 has a high modulus graphite frame & shaft... so do we consider it as mid-end racket instead of low-end? correct me if im wrong, is it low end racket is mostly full carbon graphite and mid-end usually HMG material? any info on this?
     
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    How do these nanospeeds compare to the nanospeed 9900?
     
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    Nanospeed 2000 is a decent racket.

    Light head, Med Flex 5u grip, just wack a Karakal Grip on and it makes it feel even lighter
     

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