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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    Finally got to play with it for a good 4 hours or so. My shoulder was hurting so I didn't get to test how good it is power wise, but it has very good speed and control. It felt faster the 700FX, a bit slower than the FB. Drives were surprisingly good and didn't take much effort. Drops were easier compared to the first few times with the FB. Can't comment on clears or smashes until I can do an overhand swing without hurting the joint between shoulder and arm.
    Interesting as of now, waiting for Power reviews !

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    With a light head racket, power will definitely suffered unless you have a very strong wrist power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gomezera View Post
    Following NR 700 and NR 800 footsteps, NR 750 will come in 3U and 4U.
    of course. noting special

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    Quote Originally Posted by ycw77 View Post
    With a light head racket, power will definitely suffered unless you have a very strong wrist power.
    Maybe I misunderstood but this racket is shown towards POWER side in the Yonex chart so I assume Power is good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by howdidoo View Post
    Maybe I misunderstood but this racket is shown towards POWER side in the Yonex chart so I assume Power is good?
    Not too sure about this but the NR definitely not as powerful as my other Arcs and Voltaic series.

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    Bought 2 NR750 back from Bangkok yesterday,
    Both dry weight unstrung with plastic wrap removed,
    both measured the same at 84g and 288mm BP,
    Adding Zymax62 on it make it 86g and 300mm BP..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschun86 View Post
    Both dry weight unstrung with plastic wrap removed,
    both measured the same at 84g and 288mm BP,
    interesting... doesn't sound like a head light racket as written on the shaft, did you remove the original grip before you took that measurements ?

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    Got to play with it again last night. Shoulder still isn't fully healed but I was still able to generate some decent smashes. I'm normally not a heavy smasher so my smashes are passable but nothing special. I'd probably say they're about as strong as with my NS 7700, maybe a bit stronger once my shoulder heals and I can play without holding back as much. But so far, the feel of the racket is very solid and it's not tiring to play with. One thing I've noticed though is that my net drop is a bit off. It's a bit more bouncy than normal, could be due to the different weight of the racket. Might just take some time to get used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixilver View Post
    interesting... doesn't sound like a head light racket as written on the shaft, did you remove the original grip before you took that measurements ?
    above measurement did with original grip.
    but I am not too sure about the 300mm BP after strung,
    too bad original grip already removed now...

    Some playing experience here I would conclude that I love it,
    Both of mine is in 4UG6.
    Power section is sure more than the Arc-FB I own before,
    drive I would say even or very close to Arc-FB,
    drop shot are even with Arc-FB,
    The netting is a tad less accurate compare to FB, I guess cause of the shaft stiffness between two.

    Overall, this is good replacement for my broken Arc-FB,
    hopefully it don't break as fast as my FB.

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    Whats the current status and review @slvrdrgn123 and @cschun86

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    I've been playing with it a good amount of times the past couple weeks. I still really like it and am planning on getting a 4UG5 to test the difference. I prefer this over the FB even though the FB allowed me to block shots that I normally wouldn't be able to.

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    Got in a few good sessions with the 4UG5 the past week and a half. Being a little lighter, it's easier to maneuver on quick shots but also a little less powerful. I'll need to play with it a bit more to see if I can find any major differences. Right now they both feel very close, but I would probably prefer the 3U for the extra power since it still feels fast and defense with it is great.

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    can any one compare it with Nanoray 700RP please? thanks

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    How's the durability of the racket? According to spec, it's belong to FB technology, so the frame should be 60% thinner. Is it more fragile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschun86 View Post
    Bought 2 NR750 back from Bangkok yesterday,
    Both dry weight unstrung with plastic wrap removed,
    both measured the same at 84g and 288mm BP,
    Adding Zymax62 on it make it 86g and 300mm BP..
    How much does it cost in BKK? Around BHT4000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzheng168 View Post
    can any one compare it with Nanoray 700RP please? thanks
    I have the 700FX and to me the 750 is leagues better. The balance of the racket helps create power easier in the rear court. Shots have more feel to them and are easier to control. Defense while returning smashes are easy to drive back low or lift it back cross court. Can't compare with an RP but maybe that'll help if you've played with an FX before.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rookieme View Post
    How's the durability of the racket? According to spec, it's belong to FB technology, so the frame should be 60% thinner. Is it more fragile?
    Clashed a few times and nothing major so far. Only a few nicks and paint chips. My FB is still going strong so I can't really say if it's more fragile than other rackets or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    I have the 700FX and to me the 750 is leagues better. The balance of the racket helps create power easier in the rear court. Shots have more feel to them and are easier to control. Defense while returning smashes are easy to drive back low or lift it back cross court. Can't compare with an RP but maybe that'll help if you've played with an FX before.

    Clashed a few times and nothing major so far. Only a few nicks and paint chips. My FB is still going strong so I can't really say if it's more fragile than other rackets or not.
    thanks for the input. So did you feel there's more weight on the 750 than 700FX? I thought the 750 is the most headlight racket made by yonex so far? i am confused.

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