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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    I think you may be mixing up Easton's role in nano, graphite and carbon shaft manufacturing and the actual companies that make the stuff. Easton, like all sports equipment manufacturers, are mere users of nano, graphite and carbon produced by a different breed of manufacturers. Easton, Yonex, Wilson, etc., etc., are examples of the different applications of the materials (nano, graphite, carbon) made by specialist nano, graphite and carbon companies. Two different sets of companies with two different roles.


    Ahh no. Easton do manufacture their arrow shafts they are not outsourced.

    I did not say they make carbon.....I said they manufacture accurate carbon shafts.

    Enough about arrows this thread got severly sidetracked

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    If you push eggroll hard enough, he might convince his Japanese bosses to import this string to North America .
    This is the forward on the string coming as you can see below Mid August.
    Retail the same as BG80.


    Nanogy 95 Badminton String

    Using Nanoscience, Yonex has developed a string with superior durability and feel.

    Core: High Polymer Nylon Multifilament
    Outer: Special braided High Polymer Nylon Fibre
    Coating: Compound Carbon Nanofibre

    String depression is decreased by 15% and is suited for player looking for speed/durability
    Estimated Arrival Date: mid-August

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    Default Got mine on a NS9000S

    It is available from my favourite little store in Hong Kong. Picked up a NS9000 yesterday and put these strings on at 23lbs. Unfortunately they are only available in one colour. I am not sure if there are other colours elsewhere but I was told only one colour and it was a natural gut colour which is rather like uncooked rice. I hope the strings are good.

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    Thumbs up nanogy95

    Do some of you know where to buy nanogy95 . A shop thats sellīs to europe maybe true an internet shop.

    sincerely

    Henrik Bendix

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    Default BG88Ti

    I am having a NS9000(original) since 2 weeks. Already got paint chip off at 3 oclock on the frame. Can see the underlying carbon. The NS rackets contain Fullerone at 11 and 1 oclock in the frame , shaft and has a strong T joint; the rest being carbon. This gives the frame the Elastic TI effect (snap back action), but also makes the frame strength uneven, making it relatively weaker at 4 n 8oclock positions. This can explain why NS vulenarable at those strained areas in the frame.
    NS9k are like the Formula1 car engines which are excellent in performance but will not last long, if u make it run like a Formula1.

    BTW, can find BG88Ti strings at Queensway shopping centre ? Thought better check here first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eggroll
    This is the forward on the string coming as you can see below Mid August.
    Retail the same as BG80.


    Nanogy 95 Badminton String

    Using Nanoscience, Yonex has developed a string with superior durability and feel.

    Core: High Polymer Nylon Multifilament
    Outer: Special braided High Polymer Nylon Fibre
    Coating: Compound Carbon Nanofibre

    String depression is decreased by 15% and is suited for player looking for speed/durability
    Estimated Arrival Date: mid-August
    If the specs given above are true, then I don't believe Yonex should call this string a nano string. A more accurate name would be a nano coated string.

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    Default Nanogy 95 available at BadmintonAlley.com

    Looks like they have Yonex Nanogy 95 in stock now. Listed at US$12.50. fyi.

    http://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_...-nanogy-95.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    If the specs given above are true, then I don't believe Yonex should call this string a nano string. A more accurate name would be a nano coated string.
    You do like to hear yourself talk don't you?

    It's Nano Coated, nothing more claimed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    If the specs given above are true, then I don't believe Yonex should call this string a nano string. A more accurate name would be a nano coated string.
    BG65Ti and 68Ti are known as titanium strings. similarly it has been coated right? cant be the string made of titanium!!

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    It's a very good string, I've used it about a few months now on my NS8000. Power, control and sound are great with this string.

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    anyone with an in depth review on this string outside of just numbers would be awesome

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    Just wanted to give you my impressions of this string. I have 2 raquets strung with it at this time. Both are Armortec 800 Offensive at 25 lbs. I use one as a demo raquet and the other for personal use. The sound of the string is solid. The shuttle seems to come off very quick but no real noticable change in power. I know that sounds a little funny but the string just seems to have a little extra pop. The control at the net is excellent. I've noticed a nice feel on touch shots at the net. Durability is still a question mark as the string jobs are only two weeks old. I will let you know how many games it lasts in both the demo and my personal raquet after they fail. The string is now available in pro shops around Alberta. For reference I have used primarily BG65 in the demos and at different times BG 80 and 70 when the mood strikes me or I know allot of good players will be trying out raquets. If the Nanogy lasts a reasonable amount of time I will string the demo 9000, 8000, and 7000 in Nanogy then get feedback from the players on this.

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    does anyone know were the NBG 95 is on the yonex string chart? like more 2wards durability, repulsiton, etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eggroll
    Just wanted to give you my impressions of this string. I have 2 raquets strung with it at this time. Both are Armortec 800 Offensive at 25 lbs. I use one as a demo raquet and the other for personal use. The sound of the string is solid. The shuttle seems to come off very quick but no real noticable change in power. I know that sounds a little funny but the string just seems to have a little extra pop. The control at the net is excellent. I've noticed a nice feel on touch shots at the net. Durability is still a question mark as the string jobs are only two weeks old. I will let you know how many games it lasts in both the demo and my personal raquet after they fail. The string is now available in pro shops around Alberta. For reference I have used primarily BG65 in the demos and at different times BG 80 and 70 when the mood strikes me or I know allot of good players will be trying out raquets. If the Nanogy lasts a reasonable amount of time I will string the demo 9000, 8000, and 7000 in Nanogy then get feedback from the players on this.
    did you get it strung at whats your racquet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by __Lam
    did you get it strung at whats your racquet?
    one of them yes. I strung the other.

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    seems like centralsports in the uk is now stocking these strings...

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    so are http://www.rapidrepair.biz/shop/index.htm

    I haven't looked at the price on Central Sports but I bet RR is cheaper.

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