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    Ok, there's a chance I might want to try it out.

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    You can purchase a few packs from me when my shipment arrives .

    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    Ok, there's a chance I might want to try it out.

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    waiting to buy it in malaysia...
    dunno how much will it retailing...

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    Default DinkAlot smash power

    Jeez how hard does Sir Dink smash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthboy
    Jeez how hard does Sir Dink smash?
    Too hard for our imagination!! Hense da panda!

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    But Panda is cute and . . . gentle.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt
    Too hard for our imagination!! Hense da panda!

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    However, a killer panda is a different story. He use broken racquet as toothpic and broken string as dental floss. How much tougher can you get?

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    Are you guys who play Badminton with Sir DinkAlot sure he is'nt Popeye? Have you noticed between games if he disappears ???? I think he may go and top up on Spinich! Hence the smash power.

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    Is the Yonex Nanogy 98 a real nano string or does it just have a coating of nano dust on the jacket? The heart of a string is the inner core comprising hundreds of multifilaments or thousands of microfilaments. Only when all the center multifilaments or microfilaments are nano can a string be called a nano string. If not it is just hype, like titanium in BG68Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    The heart of a string is the inner core comprising hundreds of multifilaments or thousands of microfilaments. Only when all the center multifilaments or microfilaments are nano can a string be called a nano string. If not it is just hype, like titanium in BG68Ti.
    Is the Vectran in BG80 just hype as well then? It is not in the filaments, only in the jacket.

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    This is from the NBG-95.

    MATERIAL / CONSTRUCTION
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    High Polymer Nylon Multifilament
    OUTER: Special Braided high Polymer Nylon Fiber
    COATING: Compound Carbon Nano Fiber

    I guess it'd probably be just the coating. I'm not so sure you could apply the nano-tech into the filament either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    Is the Vectran in BG80 just hype as well then? It is not in the filaments, only in the jacket.
    The sliver of vectran in BG80 and BG85 is part of the core but wrapped in a spiral pattern around the outer layer of the core. This gives it added spring or resilience. The 2-layer braided jacket encloses the core of multifilaments, which can be either twisted or braided, with the vectran. Over the jacket is a coating or skin.
    In view of the small quantity of vectran used, yes I would think it is a hype, albeit a smaller hype than the nano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    In view of the small quantity of vectran used, yes I would think it is a hype, albeit a smaller hype than the nano.
    The vectran in BG80 and BG85 maybe hype but those two strings are not. You'll be hard pressed to find better performing strings with better durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    But Panda is cute and . . . gentle.
    Yes, I'm just a nice, gentle, cute panda (NGCP).

    I just dink, no smashes for me.

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    Yeah, Eepak should come up with TEP Poppy Pop 1000 for the ultimate replusion, tackiness and durability.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The vectran in BG80 and BG85 maybe hype but those two strings are not. You'll be hard pressed to find better performing strings with better durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The vectran in BG80 and BG85 maybe hype but those two strings are not. You'll be hard pressed to find better performing strings with better durability.
    Yes, I agree BG80 and BG85 are very good strings. But their description that they are vectran strings is a bit overblown for a string that contains perhaps not more than 5% vectran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Yes, I agree BG80 and BG85 are very good strings. But their description that they are vectran strings is a bit overblown for a string that contains perhaps not more than 5% vectran.
    Maybe 5% is all that is needed. Anyone know why more manufacturers don't use vectran at all and why Yonex doesn't use more vectran?

    There must be a reason.

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