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12-21-2006, 10:02 AM #35
usd110 for nano pro 9900 is a real good price. 9900 is high-end racket of Apacs (yes, apacs HAS high-end line). Even in China, it's hard to find such a good price. around North America, do not even dear to think about it.
12-21-2006, 10:03 AM #36
And the market price for string 65-ti is 20-23 dollars. 85? 25-27 dollars.
12-21-2006, 11:05 AM #37Originally Posted by Brady
12-21-2006, 05:35 PM #38
can anyone recommend a better string and string tension for me....now i'm using BG66@23lbs for my N9000speed and apacs string@24lbs for my NP7000
12-21-2006, 05:40 PM #39
average for BG85 is $25-$28. Yos is $27 and Lees is $28
12-21-2006, 06:51 PM #40
i have an apacs nano9000speed n i think its great.quality is good.had a few clashes and only a few paintchips on the paint surface.but im not sure if the tension is right for me. im using 27lbs. i can execute clears and lifts without any problem but they require quite a bit of effort.will lowering it 1lbs-2lbs help with this?sorry to b off topic
12-21-2006, 10:29 PM #41
Mat Jie, Without tell us more about your skills level, feeling of current string tension, and your string tension history. It's hard to give you any suggestions.
Zhafir92, I believe you should try. Usually, we grow our string tension one by one pound. So, usually, we are facing the problem if we should increase the tension or not. If we could not 'handle' the high tension, we could hurt ourselves. Talking about lower the tesion, it's ok to try. If you are using a string lower than the "should-be" tension, you just feel uncomfortable. then, just switch back. no hurt, usually.
a suggestion is that when you try to lower or increase your string tension, please do it little by little. More than 2 lbs a time is not recommanded.
12-21-2006, 11:01 PM #42
ok .thanks for the reply brady
12-22-2006, 12:02 AM #43
i'm juz an average player.....juz getting started to play seriuosly since august and right now i'm playing about thrice a week.....usually play doubles......can i go for the yonex nanogy95 string with 24@25lbs
12-22-2006, 12:25 AM #44Originally Posted by Mat Jie
12-22-2006, 02:49 AM #45Originally Posted by clearng
Errr It's APACS nano9000speed, and from what I read somewhere in this forum its most likely the selling price. I bought it about somewhere around october. When I bought the racket, they had already string it. They told me the string was apacs brand moreless 0.6mm with 25lbs tension. The grip was a RM5 grip ....
12-22-2006, 04:04 AM #46
my place (sabah)also selling this racket(nanospeed9000) at the same price...but if u need yonex string u have to add some money...
if not with that price u will get apacs or ashaway string...
and grip also free...
12-22-2006, 10:57 AM #47
try yonex nanogy 95 24.5 bls
12-22-2006, 11:00 AM #48Originally Posted by CYW2006
got wat model of apacs selling there ?
12-22-2006, 11:02 AM #49Originally Posted by Mat Jie
i using now quite good for me
coz 24 lbs is too soft for me and 25 is too hard for me so i put it 24.5 lbs
12-22-2006, 06:07 PM #50
Mat Jie, you are using the high-end line yonex strings. :-) pretty good enough. If you still need suggesions, you can try Ashaway Micro Power or Micro Legend that recieved a lot of good feedback from Badminton Central.
as for the string tension, you can increase or lower one pound to try. Be confidence and practice more. Nobady can choose the 'best' combo for you. When whatever the string/tension combo YOU feel good, it's the best.
from your describing, we are similar players. I am using Ashaway string and at 23x25. I just reached 23, I will try 24 after a couple of month. I will keep increasing until I feel uncomfortable. Then, I will lower down and keep it for a while. Do not let it hurt you, that's the most important. Keep this in mind, we can enjoy the game.
12-23-2006, 03:54 AM #51Originally Posted by Mat Jie
Whereas the Nano Power 7000 has 3U and 4U and is a clone of yonex NS7000 and is headlight balance, i would consider it a low end racquet.
Also the Nano 9000 Speed is a clone of Yonex NS7000 and is a low end racquet that would cost around 100RM with Apacs string and Apacs grip. No bag one. Yonex Strings must add around 10RM extra.
The Nano Pro 7000 Package @ RM150 is more worth it then the Nano 9000 Speed Package @ RM150.
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