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    How does FB compare to Nanoray 800? Can someone please review on this comparison?

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    I have both the FB (6U) and NR800 (4U) for quite a while now, about 8 months for the FB and close to a year for the NR800. I would say that they play very differently. The NR800 feels a lot stiffer in comparison but plays faster but the FB is more maneuverable. They are both suitable for doubles play (for me, mens double). The NR800, given its stiffness, will suit those who are more advanced and have good wrist work while the FB is more of an all-rounder. Do note that they both need some conscious effort in order to generate power. For me I find the FB to be more enjoyable because of its maneuverability and is great when you are tired. I hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sting.kl View Post
    I have both the FB (6U) and NR800 (4U) for quite a while now, about 8 months for the FB and close to a year for the NR800. I would say that they play very differently. The NR800 feels a lot stiffer in comparison but plays faster but the FB is more maneuverable. They are both suitable for doubles play (for me, mens double). The NR800, given its stiffness, will suit those who are more advanced and have good wrist work while the FB is more of an all-rounder. Do note that they both need some conscious effort in order to generate power. For me I find the FB to be more enjoyable because of its maneuverability and is great when you are tired. I hope that helps.

    Anyone else have tried those 2 rackets? Any comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DStyle View Post
    Anyone else have tried those 2 rackets? Any comments?
    Very different rackets and very hard to compare.

    IMO, the Flash Boost is better in every aspect, except it is very fragile. But the FB is one of those rackets you love or hate and there is absolutely no way you're gonna know if you like it until you try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    Very different rackets and very hard to compare.

    IMO, the Flash Boost is better in every aspect, except it is very fragile. But the FB is one of those rackets you love or hate and there is absolutely no way you're gonna know if you like it until you try it.
    Yeah, I have seen comments by ppl who owns it about how fragile it is. One even show a picture of his broken FB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DStyle View Post
    Yeah, I have seen comments by ppl who owns it about how fragile it is. One even show a picture of his broken FB.
    actually a lot have shown pics of their broken FB

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    How does this compare to bs12?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverWalkAlone View Post
    How does this compare to bs12?
    As indicated above I own both the FB and NR800. In addition, I also own the BS12 (3U equivalent), by first Victor given the rave reviews on the Bravesword series. For me, the BS12 is not that great mainly because of the added weight and the center of gravity is quite different to the two Yonex racquets mentioned above. I find it slower and needs significant effort to use. That's my two cents.

    Those who can overcome these issues may of course find it a great racquet

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    Default ArcSaber FB

    some picture of this racket :

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    ^ WOW! Those are very striking pics! Thanks for posting!

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    Thanks man

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    Hi just a quick question, what the difference between F5 and F6 im planning to get this racket and what should be the best tension on it since its kinda fragile. thanks in advance

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    The main difference is of course the weight, F6 being lighter than the F5. That choice would depend on your personal choice and your skill level. I string my F6 to 23lbs and so far with minor clashes it has been holding up. Good luck with your choice.

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    There is no F6 or F5... Simply F. F means 73g. On their label code though, Yonex uses a shortened notation like "3U4" or "F4", which means "3UG4" and "FG4".

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    I just order Yonex FB 5U in JP version .. I believe with no crash , it can go up to min 27. But i will test drrive it on 24 to see how it goes ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    I just order Yonex FB 5U in JP version .. I believe with no crash , it can go up to min 27. But i will test drrive it on 24 to see how it goes ?

    No! I'd love to tell you otherwise , but your racket will break.

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    How u know my racket will break ?

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