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    Quote Originally Posted by joeitay1987 View Post
    I'm using NR700fx currently. I'd say it lacks power.... BUT, clearing shots and control is good. Ive so called "improve" a little by using that racquet =D

    Just my thought =D
    what strings/tension do you use? You need to match strings with racquet type...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkwm83 View Post
    If NR-700RP suits you more than NS-9900, then yes, NR-700RP is better than NS-9900.
    There are no BEST rackets, but only the one that suits you BEST.
    I'm using both NR700RP and NS9900. In my opinion, NS9900 is good for single when I am fit, and NR700RP is good for double, or single when I'm tired

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    I'm testing out the Victor NS 660Ti string.. tied at 27lbs =)

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    I have a Yoney Nanoray770FX for sale, played for 2 hours only. bought 18 June 2012.

    if interested call or sms me 0122073659 (Malaysia, Selangor)

    very good price

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadmintonBoy View Post
    I have a Yoney Nanoray770FX for sale, played for 2 hours only. bought 18 June 2012.

    if interested call or sms me 0122073659 (Malaysia, Selangor)

    very good price
    You need to post this as a new thread in the buy/sell sub-forum... Also, forum rules state that you must indicate the selling price... hope this helps...

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    I already posted there. Thanks.

    Anyway, selling for RM300.00. racket is 1 day old only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeitay1987 View Post
    I'm testing out the Victor NS 660Ti string.. tied at 27lbs =)
    Apparently this has a soft/medium feel and is quote smooth in texture, which means you won't get much "bite" on the smashes. There's a thread on this string...
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...660-Ti-NS660Ti)

    You might need to try out hard strings like the BG80 as well, to find out what gives you the best performance balance. I think quite a few pros use this racquet so I guess it all depends on how you set it up. However, if you're an all-out aggressive singles player, you'd probably want to go for a head-heavy swatter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Apparently this has a soft/medium feel and is quote smooth in texture, which means you won't get much "bite" on the smashes. There's a thread on this string...
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...660-Ti-NS660Ti)

    You might need to try out hard strings like the BG80 as well, to find out what gives you the best performance balance. I think quite a few pros use this racquet so I guess it all depends on how you set it up. However, if you're an all-out aggressive singles player, you'd probably want to go for a head-heavy swatter.
    Haha, I'm not as aggressive as i used to be already. Changed my style haha. Anyway that string, i think its quite good, BUT it loses its tension quite easily. Thats the down side.

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    i am an all out offensive player but not as much speed wiv heavy rackets so i was thinking because i m quiet strong so i can still get power out of a light racket and stillllll have speed

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    how good is the RP at smashing compared to vt80

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    Can someone be so kind to comment on NR700FX/RP vs. VT70? A bit un-decide which to go for.

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    They're two very different rackets.

    I've got a VT70 and NR700RP. The former's head heavy and its shaft flexes quite a bit, while the NR700 swings faster and packs a bigger punch in my opinion.

    Stiff shafts have that effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desouled View Post
    They're two very different rackets.

    I've got a VT70 and NR700RP. The former's head heavy and its shaft flexes quite a bit, while the NR700 swings faster and packs a bigger punch in my opinion.

    Stiff shafts have that effect
    Desouled, thank you for commenting.

    Which one is more user friendly in your opinion?

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    NR700RP - shots are easier to execute and less effort to move around the court as a result.

    Been meaning to write a review about it but I don't get enough time with the racket as of now.

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    After reading this topic I still can't decide what should I buy between NR 7000FX/RP or NS 9900 ...

    I v tried the NS9900 and it s definitely an excellent racquet for my game-play (double, front court).
    But NR is the new series and will replace NS (tell me if i m wrong). The NS starts to be an old racket generation... (imo)

    I need something with good control but also easy for clears/drive return (def).

    I don't "usually" smash because of my lack of power but when I do I try to be accurate as possible.

    Thx for any advice

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    New design for the nanoray 700rp looks amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    After reading this topic I still can't decide what should I buy between NR 7000FX/RP or NS 9900 ...

    I v tried the NS9900 and it s definitely an excellent racquet for my game-play (double, front court).
    But NR is the new series and will replace NS (tell me if i m wrong). The NS starts to be an old racket generation... (imo)

    I need something with good control but also easy for clears/drive return (def).

    I don't "usually" smash because of my lack of power but when I do I try to be accurate as possible.

    Thx for any advice
    i think all of them are great rackets, despite the fact that i can't generate a fast enough smash with the 700rp because it's so light. but if control is what you need, all of them are fine. but i think fine tuning your arm to get a more accurate shot might be a better option than buy a new racket, unless you need one to play.

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