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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    Tried this racket on last Sunday and now just have time to do review.Physically, the racket is feeling like AT800, but is too weak on attack smash, feeling like couldn't press down the shuttle. Advantage is really fast swing, it could help defending smash, but doubt that can last long. Just feeled like not suitable for me.For those who like to play defense, probably is a good choice for you guys. p/s: I was trying 3U.
    Well said bro....

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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    Tried this racket on last Sunday and now just have time to do review.

    Physically, the racket is feeling like AT800, but is too weak on attack smash, feeling like couldn't press down the shuttle. Advantage is really fast swing, it could help defending smash, but doubt that can last long. Just feeled like not suitable for me.

    For those who like to play defense, probably is a good choice for you guys.

    p/s:€€I was trying 3U.
    The Nanoray 800 has been designed to follow in the footsteps of the Nanospeed 8000 -- which is a great stiff headlight racket. Naturally it's going to be great on defense, but one can't claim that it will be no good on offense. No one would say that Bao Chun Lai, who used NS8000, couldn't "press down the shuttle". We all just have different styles, that's all.
    Thanks for the review.
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    it's out now in the USA

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    As a "driver", I seriously need a go of this thing...

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    Can't hardly wait for NR900....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    The Nanoray 800 has been designed to follow in the footsteps of the Nanospeed 8000 -- which is a great stiff headlight racket. Naturally it's going to be great on defense, but one can't claim that it will be no good on offense. No one would say that Bao Chun Lai, who used NS8000, couldn't "press down the shuttle". We all just have different styles, that's all. Thanks for the review.
    "Speed is not about power or control.It's about lightning fast shot making with near-instant 'snap-back' that Nanoray's fast swing and high repulsion will give you. So, if you want to attack with lightning speed, play with Nanoray..."-Yonex-

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudds View Post
    "Speed is not about power or control.It's about lightning fast shot making with near-instant 'snap-back' that Nanoray's fast swing and high repulsion will give you. So, if you want to attack with lightning speed, play with Nanoray..."-Yonex-
    Yes, and if you want a 19 kg force smash, buy a VTZF. - Yonex

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    Slurpppp. NR800 should look nice in Blue or Green string. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokmengng View Post
    Slurpppp. NR800 should look nice in Blue or Green string. What do you think?
    Yellow also not bad

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    What's the recommended string for NR800 from Yonex? Anyone? I don't really see it from Yonex website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokmengng View Post
    What's the recommended string for NR800 from Yonex? Anyone? I don't really see it from Yonex website.
    bg80 power for hard hitter
    bg66 ultimax for control player

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    if nanoray is in fact a new line that's replacing nanospeed then it's safe to assume that it'll be a series of head light rackets, which are more suitable (for the general public at least) for doubles. if the 800 is going to have similar playing characteristics of both 700s, then it's def. not the racket for me if it only has 3u. will this racket comes in a 2u version?

    on a side note it took me 3 months of playing and training with the ns9900 to be able to get a decent smash speed, i think it will be harder for me to smash since the nanorays are lighter. 2u will be perfect because it'll be a bit heavier, yet still head light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    if nanoray is in fact a new line that's replacing nanospeed then it's safe to assume that it'll be a series of head light rackets, which are more suitable (for the general public at least) for doubles. if the 800 is going to have similar playing characteristics of both 700s, then it's def. not the racket for me if it only has 3u. will this racket comes in a 2u version?

    on a side note it took me 3 months of playing and training with the ns9900 to be able to get a decent smash speed, i think it will be harder for me to smash since the nanorays are lighter. 2u will be perfect because it'll be a bit heavier, yet still head light.
    The yonex site says the 800 is only 3u and 4u.

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    I want it in 4U, try to order online but i could only found it with some HK and Singapore reseller :S

    Nothing is available in the EU..

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    I don't like its look anyway. NR 700* has better paint job.

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    Got one yesterday......strung it at 24 pounds with bg80. Ready to try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZbadman View Post
    Got one yesterday......strung it at 24 pounds with bg80. Ready to try it out.
    Dang, you get so many rackets! Didn't you just get an i-Slash too???

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