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    what makes me doubt teh statistics isthe at500-at300...
    afaik teh only difference is stiffness...so the at500 should be directly above the at300...but somehow the at300 is more singles, and at500 more doubles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winex West Can
    I can view the chart. I don't know whether it's because of my browser or something, as i tried it on Internet Explorer and Firefox.

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    Default Yonex diagram, including Nanospeed 9000S/X

    Here is a diagramm from Yonex. What do they mean by "SOFT FEEL" and "SOLID FEEL"? Can somebody please explain what the difference means in game?


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    I find solid feel and soft feel better terms than "singles"and "doubles" wich i found useless...
    feel probably means just as it says.
    hitting a soft racket will fele gentle, smooth. while a hard-racket might be more hard, and solid.

    Inetrested in other peoples opinions...

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    maybe soft feel is like flex and solid feel is stiff.

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    Does no one know what 'soft feel' and 'solid feel' mean in terms of play? Is it the stiffness, but stiffness is already included in Hardhitter-Control, or not?

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    It's unbelievable they still use that hard hitting vs control. I thought they'd be already over that stage. Well apparently according to that diagram of Yonex I can't execute precise shots with hard hitter rackets.

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    Question Yonex thailand

    Hi everyone...

    I have noticed this. I was searching the web thailland's yonex page, when I found this:



    It shows the different kinds of yonex rackets. As you can se the yellow labels are muscle power, the blue labels are armortec, the orange labels are nanospeed,.. ect.
    Than i noticed that there were 5 nanospeed labels. I don't know if this i a fault or if there is coming a fifth nanospeed???
    .. as you know there already are the 6000, 7000, 8000 and 9000.

    Just a funny thing i thougth you should see
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpixi
    Hi everyone...

    I have noticed this. I was searching the web thailland's yonex page, when I found this:



    It shows the different kinds of yonex rackets. As you can se the yellow labels are muscle power, the blue labels are armortec, the orange labels are nanospeed,.. ect.
    Than i noticed that there were 5 nanospeed labels. I don't know if this i a fault or if there is coming a fifth nanospeed???
    .. as you know there already are the 6000, 7000, 8000 and 9000.

    Just a funny thing i thougth you should see
    NS 9000 has two models. Stiff and Extra Stiff

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    As you can see, AT-800 has two options with two different circles on the graph. I wouldn't surprise if the upper one is the 9000-X and the other one is the S.

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    At any rate, I wouldn't put too much stock in a picture - I really love the MP99 and NS7000 even more (yet i'm a power player), but don't really like the NS8000. Personal testing will definitely beat any graph you can find IMO!

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    no mystery here, its covered in this thread

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...?t=4389&page=7

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    The link seems werid because all I see is a blank page with the BC background!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrocyanic


    no mystery here, its covered in this thread

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...?t=4389&page=7
    Have you guys noticed that Yonex keep changing the rating of its recent "top-of-the-line" racquets such as the AT800OF and the NS8000. Before both of those were tied at top place for hard-hitting as the MP-100 but that has changed with Yonex's recent revision of the chart.

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    Wait a minute.

    If this is on the Yonex Thailand website, does this mean that the NS9K will be available in Bangkok sooner than expected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by virusvoodoo
    Have you guys noticed that Yonex keep changing the rating of its recent "top-of-the-line" racquets such as the AT800OF and the NS8000. Before both of those were tied at top place for hard-hitting as the MP-100 but that has changed with Yonex's recent revision of the chart.
    yep, i noticed this too. i remembered when the at800of and ns8000 first came out they were at the top of the chart and now they're in the middle? isn't this false advertising?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdie kim
    yep, i noticed this too. i remembered when the at800of and ns8000 first came out they were at the top of the chart and now they're in the middle? isn't this false advertising?
    seeing that yonex's chart always changes, the chart itself is prone to being "correct" anyways, and cooler's testing shows some of that as well

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