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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Sometimes I think I will never understand people. Yonex always makes these claims and not even the pros can translate them onto the court in an actual match, and yet even though people say they also don't believe the claims have any real world benefit, they still - in the back of their minds - think it will.

    Then they rush out and buy the things, then forget all about the claimed performance increase because they have their new shiny bit of gear and they're happy.

    It's a very puzzling human trait
    that is how racquet makers make $$.

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    this racquest was light head same as nanoray800 feeling. but overall the racquect its heavy body.

    the launching date will be 13th-20th Sept. Price still in the question!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyscj View Post
    the launching date will be 13th-20th Sept. Price still in the question!!!
    Sticker price is 27 300 Yen; most retailers going down towards 26 000.

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    Priced at $199 AUD at my stringer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Sticker price is 27 300 Yen; most retailers going down towards 26 000.

    doesnt shuttlehouse give a discount of at least 22%? that takes it to about 21500 yen or so JP code.

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    I am thinking hard right now - should I even consider selling my F9 Ltd for this racket? Seems to me it's like a faster and better control version of the F9 Ltd... it's a Nanoray.... that's where the power is totally outmatched....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Sticker price is 27 300 Yen; most retailers going down towards 26 000.
    Actually the MSRP is 26000. There is japanese VAT/GST at the rate of 5% of the item price

    Therefore, yonex japan set the price at 27300, which consists of 26000 + 5% (1300)

    This calculation also applicable for all other produts as set forth in the website www.yonex.co.jp


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    Quote Originally Posted by vajrasattva View Post
    doesnt shuttlehouse give a discount of at least 22%? that takes it to about 21500 yen or so JP code.
    Try global.rakuten.com and seek for proshop-yamano

    They provide discount up to 25% ++ free shipping to asian countries

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    So early adopters are actually willing to pay a premium to get this racket so that they can post their subjective impressions on how this racket suddenly improved their smash speed by an extra 200kmh?

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    love the orange colour. Havent got an orange colour racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    So early adopters are actually willing to pay a premium to get this racket so that they can post their subjective impressions on how this racket suddenly improved their smash speed by an extra 200kmh?
    the same can be said for any victor racquets or any other brands.

    nothing wrong with early adoption, if its fun, interesting, why not?

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    Most online stores here in Japan charges around 20 000 yen, strung.

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    Just found this

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    Meaning, Nanoray ZS will be less headheavy than NS9900

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    ^ Already posted a few pages back. Yep, and it's stiffer too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingu View Post
    Just found this

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    Meaning, Nanoray ZS will be less headheavy than NS9900

    I dont understand the logic behind this chart anymore.... why YY puts Arc-FB on the bottom-left section of the chart, whilst the BP of Arc-FB is categorized as even balance..... (at least it should have been equal/below Arc 11)

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    ^ A 3U or 4U version of FB, if it existed, would probably be closer to Arc 11 's spot, but the FB being 6U is where it's at on that chart.

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    ^^
    Hmm... then the X-axis of this chart doesn't put the static BP of rackets?

    but perhaps it elaborates the swing weight / dynamic head-heaviness/headlightness ?

    cmiiw

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