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    Default New Yonex Nanogy 95 String

    Here you go, this is the newest Yonex nano badminton string.

    It's called "Nanogy 95", or in brief, "NBG-95"

    0.69mm thickness

    Everything else is unknown for now (but I might give you some reviews about it later )
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    bluejeff can you translate the specs of the string, i mean the repulsion, sound, durability,etc. is it designed for nano series. rackets? thanks

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    Interestring..

    I've been trying Gosen Nanocubics... Sounds like Yonex doing a me too here..

    I'm itching to try th NBG...

    /T

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencomienda111
    bluejeff can you translate the specs of the string, i mean the repulsion, sound, durability,etc. is it designed for nano series. rackets? thanks
    1. Repulsive Power
    2. Hitting Sound
    3. Impact Absorption
    4. Could be "Feel"
    5. Durability
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    Interesting that they give it 8 for durability, most of the Yonex high end performance strings tend to score very poorly.

    I'm lucky if BG66 lasts a couple of weeks.

    Here's hoping that the new strings plays great AND lasts a long time.

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    no, item 4 is "control".

    -SC

    Quote Originally Posted by LouisW
    1. Repulsive Power
    2. Hitting Sound
    3. Impact Absorption
    4. Could be "Feel"
    5. Durability

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    Not to hijack this thread but how's the Gosen Nanocubics so far?

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...262#post343262

    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer
    Interestring..

    I've been trying Gosen Nanocubics... Sounds like Yonex doing a me too here..

    I'm itching to try th NBG...

    /T

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    sounds like some marketing to me

    i think ill stick with bg80 and bg68ti

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    Quote Originally Posted by theasiandude88
    sounds like some marketing to me

    i think ill stick with bg80 and bg68ti
    Yeah me too on the BG80, still not sure about the 68Ti, I need to test it some more.

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    I would rate this string somehow feel like the CyberNatural. Or an Improved version of CyberNatural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    I would rate this string somehow feel like the CyberNatural. Or an Improved version of CyberNatural.
    How does CN compare with BG80?

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    Wow, how much is 1200 yen converted to USD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    Wow, how much is 1200 yen converted to USD?
    A bit too much: ~$10.22USD.

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    $10.00 is not so bad, I thought it was going to be $100.00

    I know some rich guys who are willing to pay the price to have nice strings on their rackets. (They own Porche, Rolex, big diamonds, why not $$$ strings?)

    Dan, just charge them $25-$30.00 for the string service.

    I wonder if Bluejeff has any samples for sale????

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    A bit too much: ~$10.22USD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005

    $10.00 is not so bad, I thought it was going to be $100.00

    I know some rich guys who are willing to pay the price to have nice strings on their rackets. (They own Porche, Rolex, big diamonds, why not $$$ strings?)

    Dan, just charge them $25-$30.00 for the string service.

    I wonder if Bluejeff has any samples for sale????
    Nope, not yet

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    I have a box with me. But i only use 1 pack. Jp strings are Too precious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Here you go, this is the newest Yonex nano badminton string.

    It's called "Nanogy 95", or in brief, "NBG-95"

    0.69mm thickness

    Everything else is unknown for now (but I might give you some reviews about it later )
    Something is not quite right with this chart. Surely, a nano string should be able to come close to 9 in every category. Its properties, except durability, are not quite as good as BG85. BG85 (the ones I have) has :
    1. Repulsion : 8
    2. Hitting sound : 8
    3. Shock absorption : 7
    4. Control : 7
    5. Durability : 6

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