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Yonex Nanospeed 6600, NS6600 SP

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by aramistuscany, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. aramistuscany

    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    Available in 3UG4 and 5. 'FX Plus' feature which I suspect is the updated 'Vibration Filter Cap' feature of the NS7700 which is shown here for visual comparison with the NS6600. The orange shock absorber feature at the cone head feels like synthetic plastic rubber.

    Feel as stated is light and swings quick but not as quick as the NS9900 and also less stiff.

    On the whole, I find the colour scheme pleasant and appealing.
     

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    chrisnchips Regular Member

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    i love the feel of it. i think it may be my future primary racket, though I do want to test it out a bit more before I buy it.
     
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    Zabee Regular Member

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    it's around MYr 400 ++ here in kl ~~
     
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    chrisnchips Regular Member

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    about $170 here in California... how's that convert? even?

    -edit-
    400.0 Malaysian Ringgit = 128.713381043 US Dollar

    170.0 US Dollar = 528.3056 Malaysian Ringgit
     
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    Zabee Regular Member

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    retail price roughly MYR 500 something that price is after discount
     
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    above the grip have an orange thingy...wads that?? o_O
     
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    I think it's a vibration filter, to limit the volume of vibration that is transfered to the player.
     
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    So when is the NanoSpeed 8800 coming out ? :)
     
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    after Ns3000 i think hehe ~~
     
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    Zabee Regular Member

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    anyone tried it ?? reviews ??
     
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    NS6600 is a very user-friendly racquet. I tried it and find it has enough power but lack of the feeling because of the dampener on the cone. It is more a mix of NS7700 and NS6000 together. Because of the design it actually has longer shaft for flexing so some people might find it a little too flexie (I for 1)
     
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    Yes, used it for a couple of sessions now. I will compare it with the NS9900. The racquet head is slightly more oval (less isometric, more optometric) compared to the NS9900 and thus racquet head size is slightly smaller. The NS9900 head at the 11 and 1 o'clock position is more pronounced whereas the NS6600 lines in those areas are more smooth flowing and gradual. Sweet spot is slightly smaller but not really an issue that I experienced mishits. It is good for fast drives and net coverage but lacking in power for smashes.
     
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    optometric meaning inda like Z-Slash frame ?? i like longer shaft , hmmm anyway have decided to get 1 will give my view after getting it & trying it ~~
     
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    just recieve my new Ns600 strung with Bg66 @ 26lbs , gonna tried it out tommrrow or sunday .. cheers^^
     
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    The brother version of the yonex 9900:)
     
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    the younger brother george ~~
     
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    so have u tried this racket zabee?:)..
    how was it?
     
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    tonight .. damn it in the middle of LCW game , man i'm so gonna run wild and crazy at court searching for best spot for the tv ,..
     
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    oh yea i brought it for MYR 407 strung with bg66 @s6lbs & a yonex aero tech grap ( think it's call aerotech ) ~~
     
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    tried the racket for awhile just now , agree it's a user friendly racket .. easy to swing and hitting the shuttle but smash a bit slow maybe it's my own problem anyway will again tried it longer to actually "feel the groove " of this new baby .. ~~
     

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