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    playing a high-end racket with nylons is like...
    i don't even find a comparison to describe how dumb this is.

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    Would you say it is similar to a Voltric 70?

    in terms of flexibility and weight?


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Changsta View Post
    Would you say it is similar to a Voltric 70?

    in terms of flexibility and weight?


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    More Heavier and Stiffer

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhkjacky View Post
    In 2013 BWF World Championships,

    TBH used NR-ZSP, but he seem didn't smash as strong as before.
    and KKK had more unforced error too.

    The TV even didn't show his smash speed and he is not listed in the top five.

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    Well, i never believe what Yonex or other manufacturers said on their racket...
    Fastest racket on earth, and etc..
    its just a marketing hype....
    that 493 kmh was done in a very condusive condition, no crowd no pressure...
    when there is no crowd, the air flow would be different...
    pressure also will affect the players' performance, i dont think they can achieve 493 kmh, plus it is just like "one-off", not something that can be done repeatedly...

    i never have a chance to use NRZS but when i hold and swing it at the shop, i feel like it is heavier than VT70, i feel like im holding a VTZF...
    that racket is truly not for beginner, i think even intermediate player should avoid it too...
    the one who made 493 kmh is a national player, who train everyday...
    racket is just a tool, it may affect just 5%(i think), the rest is up to us, our arm and wrist, swing speed and technique...

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    Many people know they cant get the 493km/h smash or play like LCW but in reality the demand of rackets use by professional player keep on increasing in the market although the racket available on the market is not the same as the one use by professional players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    Many people know they cant get the 493km/h smash or play like LCW but in reality the demand of rackets use by professional player keep on increasing in the market although the racket available on the market is not the same as the one use by professional players
    it's called "marketing"... and it seems to be working...

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    Yes. It seem very successful

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    Well, if it is not successful, those guys at the marketing side will have to look for another job!

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    Sometime swing from shop and play with it, will give us diff feel.

    I owned vt80, vt70 and TI10.

    Had borrow from a friend to test nrzs.
    Is not head heavy than vt70.

    It much easy to swing and i could continous smash and attack from overhead. Very easy to generate power and smash compare to vt80. No way i can do that with vt80. My guess it may not stiff as vt80?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    Yes. It seem very successful
    Well, it's very successful in that lots of people have bought one, so Yonex have made their money.

    However, a lot of them are being re-sold, so it's a bit of a failure in that respect.

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    It seems sucessful in the first launch as people looking forward to it , i just spoken to some shops in SG , they mentioned there were some feedbacks that why they stop bringing it in . From their sound of that , i suppose those who bought it probably feel good to have a new try on the Guinness world record Racket but didnt considered that we are not national players like TBH & LCW ?

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    ouch.....

    seems i made a 'mistake' ? lol..... with so many negative response...no wonder it went on 10% discount ...

    just got one....hope I 'can suit' this racket...

    haven't got the chance to try it out...prolly this wed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-maker View Post
    ouch.....

    seems i made a 'mistake' ? lol..... with so many negative response...no wonder it went on 10% discount ...

    just got one....hope I 'can suit' this racket...

    haven't got the chance to try it out...prolly this wed...
    Don't worry, you're not the only one... look at Koo/Tan and Goh LiuYing, they've gotten worse since switching to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChongHL View Post
    Sometime swing from shop and play with it, will give us diff feel.

    I owned vt80, vt70 and TI10.

    Had borrow from a friend to test nrzs.
    Is not head heavy than vt70.

    It much easy to swing and i could continous smash and attack from overhead. Very easy to generate power and smash compare to vt80. No way i can do that with vt80. My guess it may not stiff as vt80?
    I concur what you've said about NRZS. There are quite number of people here commanding the racket based on its static characteristic instead of actually hitting birdie at the court. In my opinion, this racket is performed very much the way it is described in Yonex performance chart - fast swing speed and neutral in head balance. I own NRZS (3U), NR800 (4U), NS9900 (4U), and Li ling N55. I can switch easily switch between NR800 and NRZS during the game. Both NRZS, NR800 and NS9900 are felt very similar but NRZS does feel swing faster even it is 3U in weight. In contrast, LN N55 is felt much head heavier than all 3 other rackets.

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    u sure ur ns9900 is a 4u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    u sure ur ns9900 is a 4u?
    My bad! It is 3U on my NS9900

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    ok...took it for a ride yesterday..

    26x27 lbs - nanogy 98 string

    can't say much cos only one session...BUT.... not as bad as i feared after reading all the negative comments here..

    Clears are easy,powerful...
    smashes are sharp and strong
    net play are good/reponsive..

    so,for an ' amatuer ' like me,no complains...

    also having a shoulder ache .but but but...

    plenty of mishits....still can't get used to the weight/shape of the racquet...

    need a few more sessions to be able to 'tame' it...lol...

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