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Yonex new racket is coming: Nanoray Z speed!!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kumache, May 29, 2013.

  1. kumache

    kumache Regular Member

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    News confirmed. what Tan Boon Heong 's holding is the yonex new racket NR Z SP. Amazing speed really, got a new Guinness records. Not sure that Lee Chong Wei will use it or not. However he did try.
    Meet Nanoray Z speed in this Autumn. :cool:
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    Can't see attachment or pic...
     
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    can't see the picture :(
     
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    Oh boy. Why do I have the feeling there will be a limited edition of TBH for the Nanoray Z Speed (or whatever they call it)?
     
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    u guys must be disappointed coz now u see the pic and find no big clear racket demonstration in it...:(
     
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    Maybe TBH broke his own record--421km/h smashing by using ArcZslash.
     
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    Heard that the color is shinning orange. And there will be 2U Spec。
     
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    A Nanoray in 2U ???? :eek:
    Now that would be kinda unusual, wouldn't it?
     
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    I'm going to anticipate this new racket :)
     
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    No more unusual than an Arcsaber in 6U...;)
     
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    Is it a replacement for the Nanospeed 9900 series or even for the Arc Z-Slash?
    Do you have a link to read a full page of the news (any language, since we have our beloved Google Translate to do the job)?

    It's quite an awkward naming though from Yonex, why do they always put the letter "Z" everywhere? Arcsaber Z-Slash, Voltric Z-Force, now Nanoray Z-Speed, maybe later we'll see Carbonex Z-bra.
     
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    I assume that you didn't read the reason of why they chose Z..
    In 2009, the debut of first Yonex Z-series; Yonex Arcsaber Z-Slash.
    What is Z? Z represents the third unknown letter after X and Y in math. That's what I read from the Yonex Arcsaber Z-Slash microsite in 2009 before buying it. :)
     
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    LOL! Touche! Daft of me...
     
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    hahaha

    "Z" for the highest specs by YY, whilst "I" for medium flex

    Arc Z-Slash ---> I-Slash

    VT Z-Force ---> I-Force

    NR Z-Speed ---> ???

    :D
     
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    it's inside information, sorry dude, cant give u any formal news link.

    And i think Z is an unique series of Yonex. Just like arcsaber, Voltric. but Z got some crossover with Arc and Vt. So Z is a kid of a marry couple in this case they are Nanoray and Speed.:eek:
     
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    hmm.... there is 1 similar specs in Arc Z and VT Z series, which is = "compact frame"

    Lets just wait whether NR Z also has this "compact frame" specs or not.
     
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    I-Ospeed. :D

    how??
     
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    sure NRZSP got compact frame. also 2u spec surprisingly. After F spec, i thought Yonex would begin their super light generation. now maybe im wrong. Or, NRZSP is way too head light, so they need 2U spec to satisfy smashing demand?
     
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    2u nanoray.......yahooooooo......bring it on
     

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