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    Question Yonex Nt 9/8?!

    Hey guys, recently I was browsing bbeshop and I happened to stumble upon these new rackets from yonex:http://www.bbeshop.com/index_racket.htm
    I've never seen them before and Im interested to learn more about them! XD

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    Those are just low end nano rackets. They are currently being sold in the US as well, and will be in Canada sometime in the Fall.

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    Wow! How are they?

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    And the paintjob on them looks a bit weird O_O

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    I wish I knew since I never tried it out. It's probably best to ask this in the equipment forum to see if anyone has tried it.

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    NT stands for Nano Tuff, its the "poor man's" nanospeed, its only made and distributed in taiwan i belive, and it claims to use nano technologie, but without the expensive materials such as UHMG/HMG or elastic Ti

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    We can order NC Tuff 9 light here in US. IMHO, it is just a beginners racquet to fill in the price gap. Any of the Cab is better for the beginner.

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    Oooo, lol I thought it was some high end hype XD

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    it may be low end but it is not a bad racket..

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    Go for Cab instead....

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