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    Quote Originally Posted by kkwm83 View Post
    You switch from a ultimate head heavy smashing weapon into a head light speedy sword....
    Totally different style of play... thats wat he meant by HUGE different.

    Besides, NR-700FX shaft is not as stiff as VT-80...
    So it should be lesser burden to you...
    from wat i feel, n700fx is a bit stiffer than vt80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    from wat i feel, n700fx is a bit stiffer than vt80.
    technically VT80 is stiffer, but i think the Nanopreme technology in the VT80 shaft makes the difference.
    It gives you a better 'whipping' feel when you hit the shuttle. Thats what makes you felt it has more repulsion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcmaster View Post
    I'm still waiting for the reviews of both NR700RP and NR700FX, or better yet, comparison between the two. Anyone, please?
    you need to wait somebody who has redundant of money that can both two racket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkwm83 View Post
    Just a very short review for you, as I am not very good in it.

    NR-700RP, 3UG5, NBG98 27lbs strung with Yonex ES5Protech Digital Machine.

    My main racket was NS-9900, 3UG5 (was NBG98 27lbs, now BG80Power 27lbs).
    Managed to get NR-700RP when I successfully claimed my AT600 last month and trade it with this.

    Had 2-3 sessions with it,
    Attack: Obvious head heavier than NS9900, still consider head light balance though, maybe the bp is higher than 9900. This makes it easier to generate powerful smashes compared to NS9900.
    Placement and netplay are still easy due to its shaft stiffness, no problem with drives.

    Defence: Swing speed is quick, although NS9900 is still quicker slightly.
    Back court clears/ stroke not that relaxing (maybe is my own problem not the racket), but mostly more than half court.
    Defencing smashes is easy due to its swing speed.

    Might try a few more session with it to be more certain, but overall it is a very decent headlight racket.
    what do you conclude about this racket, suitable for front player or back player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    what do you conclude about this racket, suitable for front player or back player?
    slightly more towards the back... IMHO...

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    already try it last night....very good racket but clear not so good as vt80 maybe myself or before this i get use to vt80 ..good all around...
    smash very accurate but then u need sometimes to get use to it....to generate more power...hehehe

    by the way during i bought nanoray i also bought asic gel beyond 27cm saiz ...never use...somebody interested pls PM me ...i bought RM300.00 ..and i want to sell also RM300.00 but nego a bit..due to consider brand new...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkwm83 View Post
    technically VT80 is stiffer, but i think the Nanopreme technology in the VT80 shaft makes the difference.
    It gives you a better 'whipping' feel when you hit the shuttle. Thats what makes you felt it has more repulsion.
    does term of 'whipping' and 'kickpoint' is the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    does term of 'whipping' and 'kickpoint' is the same?
    Erm... seriously I have no idea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    does term of 'whipping' and 'kickpoint' is the same?
    This may help:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...quot?highlight=

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    thank for ur help. imo...n700fx has kick point toward the tjoint. during smashing i can feel the racket head retract very fast.

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    Played with the missus fx today


    Was surprised at the quickness of the racket and defending with it was amazing.


    and she suggested me to get one for myself...maybe I will get the rp and try

    Maybe sud go n get one and try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
    Played with the missus fx today


    Was surprised at the quickness of the racket and defending with it was amazing.


    and she suggested me to get one for myself...maybe I will get the rp and try

    Maybe sud go n get one and try
    i recommend this racket, u will like it more and more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    you need to wait somebody who has redundant of money that can both two racket...
    In the Netherlands, they don't deliver the weight and gripsize I wanted. So I had to order it in Asia. I'll receive it at the end of this month together with my Ti10LTD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonexFan View Post
    In the Netherlands, they don't deliver the weight and gripsize I wanted. So I had to order it in Asia. I'll receive it at the end of this month together with my Ti10LTD.
    what weight and grip size u want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    what weight and grip size u want?
    Reference is always 3U-G4. They only deliver 3U-G3 or 4U-G4. Different grip size has a big influence on the racket feel, so I prefer to hold on G4 as my grip size. Not sure if the Nanoray is still a head light racket, but a 4U head light racket is too light for me.

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    I'm looking forward to buy nanoray 700 FX, I'm a Intermediate player with Ti-10(3rd Gen) user(Hard Hitter), Can I hear someone's feedback on this racket? Does or will it suits me if I Switch to NR 700FX?Will it affect my smashing power if switch to this racket? Kinda feel tired of using Super stiff racket and heavy racket, trying to make my game more easier and comfortable...Since that i also saw that lin dan has change his racket to a lighter racket haha =P LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonexFan View Post
    Not sure if the Nanoray is still a head light racket, but a 4U head light racket is too light for me.
    the racket is headlight. the kick point is closer to tjoint.

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