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    Default Nanoray 10/20/60 Nanospeed 100

    Hello,

    i recently got a Nanoray 60, but yesterday i accidentally broke it, so im looking for a replacement, in the same price category as the previous one. I am a beginner-semi intermediate. I thought about these 4 rackets, but i am open to any reccomandations, which one would you reccomend me?
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    Nanoray 20
    Nanoray 60
    Nanospeed 100
    Thanks in advance.

    -michal

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    Quote Originally Posted by morty21 View Post
    Hello,

    i recently got a Nanoray 60, but yesterday i accidentally broke it, so im looking for a replacement, in the same price category as the previous one. I am a beginner-semi intermediate. I thought about these 4 rackets, but i am open to any reccomandations, which one would you reccomend me?
    Nanoray 10
    Nanoray 20
    Nanoray 60
    Nanospeed 100
    Thanks in advance.

    -michal
    Go for the nanospeed 100 or nanoray 20, I have both racquets. How did you break your racquet?

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    Thanks, i will probably buy the nanoray 20.
    Actually i dont know how did i break it, i was playing when i suddenly saw that its broken, and later i saw that i had blood on my knee, and there was also a piece of the carbon from the racket in the knee, so thats a big mystery for me, how did it actually happen... Name:  IMG_20140223_205133.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by morty21 View Post
    Thanks, i will probably buy the nanoray 20.
    Actually i dont know how did i break it, i was playing when i suddenly saw that its broken, and later i saw that i had blood on my knee, and there was also a piece of the carbon from the racket in the knee, so thats a big mystery for me, how did it actually happen... Name:  IMG_20140223_205133.jpg
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    I actually think you swung into your knee????? :0000 be careful!

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    i actually think the nanospeed 100 is a quicker racket than the nanoray20. i bought my dad a voltric 9 along with a nanospeed 100 for my stepmother so they could play together when i'm busy. so i've used a nanospeed 100 before. i've also bought the nanoray 20 when it came out since i was curious and the racket seemed clumsy as in the frame seems very wide when i play doubles. just my two cents!

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    Carbon in your knee could be dangerous. But anyway I would recommend the nanospeed 100 because I use mine a lot and it seems easy to use or the nanoray 60 sinc e you might be used to it. Just don't hit your knee again lol.

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