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    Default Yonex Nanospeed 5000, 4500, 850, 800.

    Yonex Nanospeed 5000, 4500, 850, 800.
    Any comment on above Rackets.

    would like try the series of Nanospeed. Shaft sfitt or mid is ok to me.
    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happycar View Post
    Yonex Nanospeed 5000, 4500, 850, 800.
    Any comment on above Rackets.

    would like try the series of Nanospeed. Shaft sfitt or mid is ok to me.
    Thanks!!
    ok
    Ns5000: no longer in production, no idea where to get it
    Ns4500: medium flex, an good racket, still in production
    Ns850: doesn't exist....
    Ns800: stiff, a good racket, good value for money.... But a tantrum 200 is better

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    ok
    Ns5000: no longer in production, no idea where to get it
    Ns4500: medium flex, an good racket, still in production
    Ns850: doesn't exist....
    Ns800: stiff, a good racket, good value for money.... But a tantrum 200 is better
    Cant really compare a NS800 with a Tantrum200 . They are from a completely different planet

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    Cant really compare a NS800 with a Tantrum200 . They are from a completely different planet
    they are pretty similar in price. But I would say that the tantrum 200 is a much better racket than a NS800

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    ns800 is good i used to use it before i switched over to MP99

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    NS5000 is similar to NS4500 in spec. i like my 5000. good power on NBG95 21.5lbs. nice, head light feel, great control, good defense. I feel most happy serving with this of my 3 racquets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    ok
    Ns5000: no longer in production, no idea where to get it
    Ns4500: medium flex, an good racket, still in production
    Ns850: doesn't exist....
    Ns800: stiff, a good racket, good value for money.... But a tantrum 200 is better
    NS 850 is a new model by yonex ..its in their Korean website i think....

    ~^anand
    Last edited by anandalphonse; 02-02-2010 at 11:31 AM. Reason: nee

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    Quote Originally Posted by anandalphonse View Post
    NS 850 is a new model by yonex ..its in their Korean website i think....

    ~^anand
    ok, well I had not heard of it before, and it is impossible to give a review on a racket that I or anyone else hadn't reviewed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kestrel22 View Post
    NS5000 is similar to NS4500 in spec. i like my 5000. good power on NBG95 21.5lbs. nice, head light feel, great control, good defense. I feel most happy serving with this of my 3 racquets.
    what is the diff btw NS4500 vs NS5000?
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    they are pretty similar in price. But I would say that the tantrum 200 is a much better racket than a NS800
    Never mind better than NS800, IMO the T200 is probably the best value-for-money racket ever made - such a shame I didn't take to it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    ok
    Ns5000: no longer in production, no idea where to get it
    Ns4500: medium flex, an good racket, still in production
    Ns850: doesn't exist....
    Ns800: stiff, a good racket, good value for money.... But a tantrum 200 is better
    NS850 is the latest low-end racquet released alongside Arc008, Arc5 etc...





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    Is the Arcsaber 008 made in Japan? Maybe not hehehehehe its only RM249.90

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    Quote Originally Posted by armour-shuttle View Post
    Is the Arcsaber 008 made in Japan? Maybe not hehehehehe its only RM249.90
    the 008 should be made in taiwan as its a lower grade model

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    Quote Originally Posted by armour-shuttle View Post
    Is the Arcsaber 008 made in Japan? Maybe not hehehehehe its only RM249.90
    ya... Arcsaber 008 is also Made In Taiwan...

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    Ok,saw many comments. By the way ,nanospeed 850 now exist in the world. Problem is with spec. Yonex says it is stiff shaft,other sites say xtra stiff..it is replacement of nanospeed 800...it'l b good if anyone can clear this problem..

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    it'l b good if anyone can clear this problem..nd,it'l b a great help if any of u tell me ths tht stiff racket makes much more vibrate or not..
    Thank you all

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