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    Hmmm I am wondering why they are only selling NBG95 here in Xiamen? Why no NBG98 out yet... also the BG80 here has a new colour... not the pruple one, but quite white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    Hmmm I am wondering why they are only selling NBG95 here in Xiamen? Why no NBG98 out yet... also the BG80 here has a new colour... not the pruple one, but quite white.
    I think it's officially called "lavender" - halfway between white and purple. BG-85 has been available in this colour for a while.

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    Which is better nanogy 95 or nanogy 98? Which string will be loosen up easily,the tension?

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    both have good holding tension compare to its peers

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    Are there specs on all the Yonex strings somewhere?

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    there's no spec for holding tension properties, the other already on the backpack side of string

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    there's no spec for holding tension properties, the other already on the backpack side of string
    Suprised there isnt a chart, like the Yonex rackets.

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    there is a chart exclusively for string, you find it on yonex catalog

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    Hmmm I am wondering why they are only selling NBG95 here in Xiamen? Why no NBG98 out yet... also the BG80 here has a new colour... not the pruple one, but quite white.
    Because it's not available widely in china.The only place that sells the 98 is bbesports.com,n they costs arounde 90 rmb a pack.

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    Cheaper if you order it online : P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Because it's not available widely in china.The only place that sells the 98 is bbesports.com,n they costs arounde 90 rmb a pack.
    I see... strange why is it not widely available in China? I thought this was the nation of badminton players .... maybe too expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    I see... strange why is it not widely available in China? I thought this was the nation of badminton players .... maybe too expensive?
    Have you noticed that most of the good products are kept within Japan? Cars, electronics and sporting goods! Even if the same model exist in other parts of the world, the quality of the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) products are usually better built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    Have you noticed that most of the good products are kept within Japan? Cars, electronics and sporting goods! Even if the same model exist in other parts of the world, the quality of the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) products are usually better built.
    What a crying shame !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    Have you noticed that most of the good products are kept within Japan? Cars, electronics and sporting goods! Even if the same model exist in other parts of the world, the quality of the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) products are usually better built.
    Hah, no problem, there's always shuttle-house.com. Except.. there's all the shipment fees and taxes and all that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    Have you noticed that most of the good products are kept within Japan? Cars, electronics and sporting goods! Even if the same model exist in other parts of the world, the quality of the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) products are usually better built.
    This is a generalization. I used to buy a lot of Japanese goods at one time and my son who worked as an expat in Japan for 3 years also brought back many made in Japan products. Honestly I did not find anything exceptional about them. I ended up giving all those things away to the Salvation Army, especially electronic equip.

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    the string now comes in yellow and red.

    http://shuttle-house.com/new-cgi/pag...id=NBG98&lan=e

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    ahh i wish that it came in royal-blue.. that's my favourite colour.

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