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    going with the white

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    I wished Yonex went all white with this racket. FB technology incorporated into this racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Announced officially now: http://www.yonex.co.jp/news/2013/05/1305141600.html



    This is supposed to be the successor of the NS7700 (seems you need to throw 20KM/H faster to score a threepointer now )
    Please let that be true. I've been waiting for a true successor to the NS7700 for years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    Please let that be true. I've been waiting for a true successor to the NS7700 for years now.
    I thought the 9900 was the best in the NS series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    NR800 is quite colorful similar as Arc FB, while NR750 is simpler and neat, just like VT80PG, Arc10PG.
    I don't like the colours of the NR800. You're right, the NR750 seem simpler and I'm a big believer that less is more. After thinking about it for the last couple of hours, the NR750's design is growing on me. lol!

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    Not me, I love the colour of the NR800 but it just not the racket for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider View Post
    I thought the 9900 was the best in the NS series?
    It might be spec wise, but for me, it was too head light and stiff. Difficult to generate power and not as forgiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    Please let that be true. I've been waiting for a true successor to the NS7700 for years now.
    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    It might be spec wise, but for me, it was too head light and stiff. Difficult to generate power and not as forgiving.
    I forgot to ask you about this earlier. How do you know this is the successor to the NS7700 and not the NS9900?

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    I just got notification that the NanoRay 750 is now available for sale in Japan. I'm tempted to get one to try out for myself, but I'm already busy with the Adidas Duoforce and YY ArcSaber FB 5U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider View Post
    I just got notification that the NanoRay 750 is now available for sale in Japan. I'm tempted to get one to try out for myself, but I'm already busy with the Adidas Duoforce and YY ArcSaber FB 5U.
    Same here. I've been debating for a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    Same here. I've been debating for a week.
    I'm hoping someone will bite the bullet and get it! I think the NR750 is also available in the US now too.

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    Does anyone here have the latest Yonex 2013 racket chart? I wonder where the NR750 falls in the chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider View Post
    I'm hoping someone will bite the bullet and get it! I think the NR750 is also available in the US now too.
    I will be getting it in a couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    I will be getting it in a couple weeks.
    i will be busy this wkend, but next weekend, i should have time and i am also on the fence whether to get it or not. it's on sale at badminton alley in sunnyvale...it's really not good to have a badminton store so close to home

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    i will be busy this wkend, but next weekend, i should have time and i am also on the fence whether to get it or not. it's on sale at badminton alley in sunnyvale...it's really not good to have a badminton store so close to home
    Wth! How many rackets do you already have, man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    i will be busy this wkend, but next weekend, i should have time and i am also on the fence whether to get it or not. it's on sale at badminton alley in sunnyvale...it's really not good to have a badminton store so close to home
    I know how you feel. That shop has enjoyed many of my impulse purchases since I started playing.

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    Performed a simple translation of the Japanese info on this raquet.

    I was a little dissapointed to find out that it is generally designed with womens singles players in mind, looking to perform high speed clears to the base line. Apparently this is a current trend in womens singles matches.

    (Something about the Nanometric technology, as seen on the FB being used to capitalise on more lightweight whilst still structurally strong carbon. Improving the speed of a high clear by some %)

    This is why, although it is being released in 3U and 4U weights, grip sizes are only avaliable in G5 & 6.

    Still a nice looking racket but not sure why its perferable to a FB.

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