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    This is the English version :
    http://www.yonex.com/nanoray/webcatalogue/


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    Last edited by Rocker; 08-22-2011 at 04:50 AM.

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    Mods! Pls change Aero-box into Aero shape or frame ( auto association of isometric with box )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    This is the English version :
    http://www.yonex.com/nanoray/webcatalogue/


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    "2011/08/22
    GET READY FOR SPEED

    In 2004, the revolutionary YONEX technology NANOSCIENCE introduced nanotechnology into the world of badminton. The NANOSPEED Series - with cutting-edge FULLERENE built into the frame and shaft - then supported players as the game was accelerated further by the Rally Point System.

    In 2011, the relentless advances in the sport of badminton now demand a further breakthrough in racquet technology. The result is NANORAY - a new and technologically advanced racquet which delivers fast handling and high repulsion, responding to high-speed rallies with lightning fast movement.

    NANORAY Series are composed of 700 RP, 700FX, 500, 80 and 20. The secret behind NANORAY’s exceptional performance is a unique head construction featuring YONEX’s new AERO Frame structure where the frame sides vary in thickness between the top and bottom of the head. The thinner top of the frame sides minimize air resistance for greater head speed, while the thicker sides at the bottom of the head generate maximum repulsion through greater frame stiffness."

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    Looking forward for these but the comparison illustration in the catalogue to show they are thicker at the bottom, they kinda look ugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    Looking forward for these but the comparison illustration in the catalogue to show they are thicker at the bottom, they kinda look ugly.
    WideBody reborn? Kinda funny actually as I was using the search function on the YY JP site for Nanoray yesterday and nothing turned up. And viola () next day the whole shabam is up and ready ...
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    ...but no Nanopreme so far. I guess they're saving the stuff for the 900s.

    another thought just occurred to me: if the bottom of the frame is thicker, then the weight is skewed towards the bottom of the frame. Which may translate into: "I can't get the real control and feedback for my net shots and drops that I need, and which I get with a top-head-heavy racquet." ...although it might be great for pushes, swats etc...

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    ''if the bottom of the frame is thicker, then the weight is skewed towards the bottom of the frame''

    It means it's more like AT900 Pish rather than AT700ish.

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    wow.... so fast....

    will people compare nanoray with VT? or is nanoray replacing any other model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a|extan View Post
    wow.... so fast....

    will people compare nanoray with VT? or is nanoray replacing any other model?
    Comparison will be nanoray vs nanospeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Comparison will be nanoray vs nanospeed.
    so is nanospeed be phasing out ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a|extan View Post
    so is nanospeed be phasing out ?
    Probably. No sense in keeping NS in production when trying to sell NR. Think of it as Yonex trying to upgrade the NS series with NR. Although it may just be a marketing ploy.

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    Is there any different in term of the shaft length between this two model?

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    Head light really isn't my cup of tea but I really like the paint job for some reason. It's also interesting to see them introduce a whole line up at the same time. Regardless of whether the 700s are mid range or not, usually they only introduce one model first in a new range. Also strange that they would have 'twins' at the mid range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a|extan View Post
    so is nanospeed be phasing out ?
    Yes. Will keep NS9900 for 1 or 2 years as high end till the next NR highest end comes up. Jast as the VT replacing AT line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Probably. No sense in keeping NS in production when trying to sell NR. Think of it as Yonex trying to upgrade the NS series with NR. Although it may just be a marketing ploy.
    No, just materiel difference.

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    eew, they look so nasty...

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